Andrew gets an intimate look at the food and the people that live in Madagascar. Most people still live the way they did 100s of years ago -- hunting and gathering for food.

From This Episode

Andrew and his wife, Rishia, dance at a celebration after the Sakalava circumcision ceremony. 960 1280


Villagers run with a zebu (aka humped cattle or Brahmin cattle) during the circumcision ceremony in Bemanonga, Madagascar. 960 1280


A cameraman films a market vendor preparing ground cassava leaves. 960 1280


Zebu meat prepared and ready to cook as part of the celebration after the Sakalava ceremony. 960 1280


Andrew heads out with a few local fisherman off the coast of Morondava, Madagascar. 960 1280


Villagers celebrate after a 5-year-old boy's circumcision in Morondava. 960 1280


Vendors take a break at a market in Antananarivo. 960 1280


Andrew, with help from his guide, talks to villagers about the Sakalava ceremony. 960 1280


The production crew shoots a scene here at Madagascar's Baobab Alley in the late afternoon. 960 1280


Videographer Mike Simon shoots the bustling crowd in downtown Antananarivo. 960 1280


Fog rolls in over Antananarivo, the capital of Madagascar. 960 1280


Vendors display baobab fruit at the Big Market in Morondava. 960 1280


Andrew and the crew shoot Bizarre Foods promos high above the crowd of people in downtown Morondava, Madagascar. 960 1280


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