Bizarre Foods: Hawaii Pictures
Andrew Zimmern heads to Hawaii's Big Island, far from the tourist-filled beaches. Go behind the scenes with Andrew to get his take.
The sunset from Kahua Ranch in North Kohala, HI.
Yellowfin tuna, courtesy of Capt. Bomboy Llanes.
Perfectly Sliced Yellowfin Tuna
It tastes better when you catch and fillet it yourself.
Gear Up for Tahitian Prawn Spearing
Why don’t I look as cool as the locals do? Brothers Ben and Kwai Publico and I are all geared up for a Tahitian prawn spearing, and somehow, I just don't look the part.
Horseback Riding at Kahua Ranch
Kahua Ranch hands don't come any better than this guy. At least I can ride and not fall.
The Waipio Valley
Related: Hawaii, the Big Island Weekend Guide
Cow Testicles Anyone?
Nut-cutting time at Kahua Ranch.
Cow Testicles for Everyone
Trimming the cow testicles over our bucket at Kahua Ranch.
Frying the testicles. Locals call them lahos and serve them sprinkled with garlic salt.
Tuna Eye Balls
Tuna eyeballs waiting to be braised in sugar and soy sauce at KTA grocery store.
Giant ponds of algae (at Hawaii Natural Energy Lab Park) waiting to be turned into vitamin supplements.
Would You Like Some Spirulina?
Offering the crew a taste of some raw spirulina paste.
Traditional Foods at Super J's
Pasteles and pork lau lau at Super J's.
“Green-sticking” for tuna off the Kona Coast.
Catch of the Day
Got one. Small but tasty.