Andrew's Zimmern's Bucket List

Check out all the things Andrew wants to do before he dies. Take a look at his bucket list in this fun slideshow.

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Andrew Zimmern with cooks catch of the day with Thomas Daley in St. Croix
Andrew Zimmern with cooks catch of the day with Thomas Daley in St. Croix

Andrew Zimmern with cooks catch of the day with Thomas Daley in St. Croix

After spending the morning fishing, local captain Thomas Daley invites Andrew to his home to cook their fresh catch in his awesome backyard kitchen. 960 1280

  

Shellfish cooking on a stove in St. Croix

Shellfish cooking on a stove in St. Croix

Captain Daley's famous butter broth with shellfish cooks on the stove. 960 1280

  

Andrew Zimmern holds shellfish in St. Croix

Andrew Zimmern holds shellfish in St. Croix

Andrew looks pretty excited about his lunch -- fresh-caught St. Croix shellfish. 960 1280

  

Andrew Zimmern at food truck in St. Croix

Andrew Zimmern at food truck in St. Croix

Isaac and Claudette Thomas have been parking their food truck in front of St. Croix's Richmond power plant for over 25 years. 960 1280

  

Kingfish stew from the Thomas food truck in St. Croix

Kingfish stew from the Thomas food truck in St. Croix

A Thomas food truck specialty -- kingfish stew on top of spinach and okra with sweet potato droppers. 960 1280

  

Andrew Zimmern at a baseball game in St. Croix

Andrew Zimmern at a baseball game in St. Croix

It's always fun to stop and catch a local ball game! Baseball teams, from all over the Caribbean, came to St. Croix for an inter-island tournament. 960 1280

  

A Crucian prepares land crabs for a local dish

A Crucian prepares land crabs for a local dish

Local Crucian James “Pebbles” Rock makes sure that the backs of the land crabs are removed before adding them to rice and vegetables in a typical St. Croix dish. 960 1280

  

Andrew Zimmern holds a land crab in St. Croix

Andrew Zimmern holds a land crab in St. Croix

Land crabs are a plentiful food source on St. Croix, but they have to be purged of the garbage they eat before serving. Look at how big they grow! 960 1280

  

Andrew Zimmern herds cattle in St. Croix

Andrew Zimmern herds cattle in St. Croix

The cowboys at Annaly Farms in St. Croix put Andrew to work right away, herding their own breed of cattle, Senepol, out in the pasture. 960 1280

  

Puerto Rican pasteles in St. Croix

Puerto Rican pasteles in St. Croix

There is a large Puerto Rican community in St. Croix and they’ve brought a typical Puerto Rican dish with them -- homemade pasteles made with pork, green bananas and pumpkin. 960 1280

  

Andrew Zimmern has a Puerto Rican meal in St. Croix

Andrew Zimmern has a Puerto Rican meal in St. Croix

Andrew sits down with the Morales family of the St. Croix’s Villa Morales restaurant for a typical Puerto Rican meal of seasoned rice, pickled green bananas, stewed pigs feet, stewed goat, pastillas and breadfruit tostones. 960 1280

  

Andrew Zimmern laughs with Crucian farmer

Andrew Zimmern laughs with Crucian farmer

Andrew enjoys a laugh with Grantley Samuel, a Crucian farmer, who sells the fruit of the baobab tree. 960 1280

  

Blood sausage from the Joe Can Cook food truck in St. Croix

Blood sausage from the Joe Can Cook food truck in St. Croix

Blood pudding, or blood sausage, is made in 3 varieties at the Joe Can Cook food truck. 960 1280

  

Beef kabobs in St. Croix

Beef kabobs in St. Croix

The cowboy lunch at Annaly Farms consists of Senepol beef kabobs with veggies from their garden. 960 1280

  

"Being welcomed into this Himba village was a huge honor and thrill for me." 'Andrew Zimmern 960 1280

  

"This is an Ovambo-style dessert -- spinach dried and reconstituted. It tasted like mud and probably my least favorite food on my Namibia trip." 'Andrew Zimmern 960 1280

  

"It took 5 men and nearly all my strength to butcher a 700-pound blue wildebeest." 'Andrew Zimmern 960 1280

  

"Photographer Joel Weber shoots the vast landscape in Eastern Namibia." 'Andrew Zimmern 960 1280

  

"Himba women have a striking sense of beauty that requires elaborate rituals. The result is stunning!" 'Andrew Zimmern 960 1280

  

"Dried mopane worms are a staple food in Namibia. These worms are rich in protein." 'Andrew Zimmern 960 1280

  

"The intestines of the blue wildebeest are cooked Ovambo-style -- directly on the hot coals." 'Andrew Zimmern 960 1280

  

"Air-dried oryx meat is an Ovambo tribe specialty." ' Andrew Zimmern 960 1280

  

"I'm standing outside of a Himba village. The tribe lives in one of the harshest climates on earth." 'Andrew Zimmern 960 1280

  

"Here's a picture of me in the backyard kitchen of a `smiley den' while visiting a Katatura slum in Namibia, where the food is pretty hardcore." 'Andrew Zimmern 960 1280

  

"The sun sets in Kaokoland, the ancestral homeland of the Himba. Today it remains one of Namibia's closely protected conservancies." 'Andrew Zimmern 960 1280

  

"In Ovambo tradition, the wildebeest eyeballs are cooked first, wrapped in the stomach and tossed on the coals." 'Andrew Zimmern 960 1280

  

"My Himba guide, Edison, explains some of the fascinating Himba rituals." 'Andrew Zimmern 960 1280

  

"This porridge, an Ovambo staple, is made of mashed beans." 'Andrew Zimmern 960 1280

  

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