Andrew uncovers unique food traditions in the great state of Arizona, where the spirit of the Wild West still lives strong today. From native traditions of the Navajo to the New Agers' approach to food, this state offers an abundance of bizarre foods.

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Andrew goes horseback-riding in Monument Valley, located on the Arizona-Utah border. 960 1280


Andrew learns to make acheeii, a Navajo dish made by wrapping a sheep's intestines around its stomach. 960 1280


Andrew holds up a pack rat that was caught in a deadfall trap. 960 1280


These tiny edible flowers are used in the Joya Salad prepared at the Montelucia Resort in Scottsdale, AZ. 960 1280


Andrew watches a Navajo woman weave inside a hogan, a traditional Navajo home. 960 1280


Survival guide Tony Nester shows Andrew how to cook a pack rat. 960 1280


Photographer Adrian Danciu shoots video of the sun setting over Monument Valley. 960 1280


Andrew tries this delicious menudo at the Maico Taco Stand in Tucson, AZ. 960 1280


Andrew takes aim and prepares to shoot an AK-47 with members of the Scottsdale Gun Club at the Seven Springs Ranch. 960 1280


Andrew, Chris Biano and Carlotta Flores, chef and owner of El Charro Café, talk about the food served in her restaurant. 960 1280


Andrew and Chris Biano order house specialties, including menudo, on the menu at Taqueria Pico de Gallo in Tucson, AZ. 960 1280


Rob Anderson of the Scottsdale Gun Club shows Andrew how to heat up an MRE -- a meal ready to eat. 960 1280


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