Check out Andrew's trip to Jamaica with photos of Hellshire Beach, Faith's Pen, Discovery Bay and more.
Andrew and Dayne Buddo ride Discovery Bay's rough seas with local fishermen.
Head to Jamaica to sample tasty dishes, including this fresh grilled snapper topped with onions and spicy scotch peppers.
Andrew and his guide Jacqui Sinclair make a pit stop to taste a few dishes served at food stands in Kingston, Jamaica.
Andrew tries this dish; a plate called "all-in-one" and served at the Ishanti Ital restaurant in Kingston, Jamaica.
Andrew carefully cuts away a lionfish's spine before cooking it.
Wolde 'The Yatti Man' Selasie prepares an all-natural Rastafarian drink by shredding coconut.
At Angela's Shack, Andrew tries curried goat with steamed callalou, a traditional Jamaican delicacy.
Jerk is prepared the traditional way on pimento wood at Scotchies in Ocho Rios, Jamaica.
Andrew discusses his meal with Yvonne Hope, the queen of Rastafarian Ital cuisine.
<i>Bizarre Foods</i> photogs Adrian and Dane film Hellshire Beach, located on the southeastern coast of Jamaica.
Andrew shows off his crab at Aunt Merle's Fish Shack in Hellshire Beach, Jamaica.
The <i>Bizarre Foods</i> crew shoots a scene at Faith's Pen, a famous area that serves the most interesting food in Jamaica.
Curried tripe with rice and beans is just one of several dishes served at a food shack in Faith's Pen.
Andrew does a food crawl in Faith's Pen, where he finds this delicious pork dish read to be served at a local food shack in Jamaica.
At another food shack, owners display chicken, plantains, cassava, and fish consume, ready to be consumed by hungry customers.