Monday 10 pm | 9c
Tues 9pm | 8c
Wed 9pm | 8c
Tour South Africa 02:33
You Could Win a Trip to the Amalfi Coast
Andrew Zimmern helps a local fisherman pull up his nets off the coast of Bocachica in Colombia.
Andrew holds a live caiman - a cousin to the alligator - caught in the remote village of Gambote.
After killing, the skin of a caiman can be very useful in Gambote.
Andrew and local guide Rainbow Nelson watch as locals skin a capybara -- the largest rodent in the world -- at El Cochi.
A skinned ñeque rat is one of the many foods for sale at Bazurto Market -- in Cartagena’s central, open-air market.
Andrew gets friendly with dinner: a super-sized jungle rat at Bazurto Market.
The money stand: This vendor at Bazurto Market sells testicles, eyeballs, intestines, hearts and livers.
Andrew appreciates the primal style of cooking at El Rancho Llanero -- simple skewered slabs of meat cooked over an open fire on the side of the road.
A roasted armadillo sits on the table at El Cochi.
Ñeque (capybara) cooks on the grill at El Cochi.
Andrew pours local guide Rainbow Nelson a generous helping of Palenque's "medicinal tonic."
Andrew soaks in the sensational views of Cartagena from the top of Castillo San Felipe de Barajas, a colonial Spanish fortress built in 1536.
Bizarre Foods America: Colombia Pictures
Andrew's Top 5 for Cartagena 04:32
Cartagena's Fresh Market Fruit 02:06
Colombia's Herbal Remedies 02:34
Adam Richman's Fandemonium
Redneck Yacht Club
8am | 7c
8:30amam | 7:30amc
9am | 8c
9:30amam | 8:30amc
10am | 9c
The 2013 BBQ World Championship
10:30amam | 9:30amc
11am | 10c
12pm | 11c
Peruvian Amazon: Giant Rodents & Biting Ants
1pm | 12c
San Antonio: Brains, Balls & Blood
2pm | 1c
Man v. Food
3pm | 2c
3:30pm | 2:30c
Food Paradise: Meatball Paradise
4pm | 3c
5pm | 4c
6pm | 5c
Birmingham: The New South
7pm | 6c
8pm | 7c
Art of Survival
9pm | 8c
10pm | 9c
Nashville: Crane Meat and Pigeon Feet
11pm | 10c
12am | 11c
1am | 12c
2am | 1c
3am | 2c
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