View photos from the Mongolia episode of Bizarre Foods.
Airag, fermented mare's milk, is one of the first foods offered to any guest entering a nomad tent.
At full draw, Andrew will pull almost 70 lbs. of weight with thumb and forefinger. But he did manage to shoot the arrow.
Andrew hums through his nose while 2 men perform the art of throat-singing.
The production crew stops to shoot video while traveling across Mongolia's highlands.
Boodog is served. The goat carcass is slit open, revealing chunks of meat and internal organs that were cooked inside it.
Joel Weber kneels to get a shot of an ovoo, a roadside altar. Ovoos are scattered throughout Mongolia.
Vendors sell cultured butter, cheese and dried curds at the Central Market in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia's capital city.
There are 2.6 million people in Mongolia and 34 million head of livestock.
Andrew dons the appropriate gear to learn Mongolian wrestling on a hillside outside Ulaanbaatar.
Andrew checks out hundreds of animal heads at the meat market in Ulaanbaatar.