Andrew dances the night away in Trinidad, participates in a purification ritual and eats lunch in the valley. Check out his photos from Cuba.

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Corn is a staple food of aboriginals in Argentina. Each region has many varieties, including this black corn. 960 1280


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For Quechan meals, the men use the green cabbage leaves and the women use the purple leaves as plates. 960 1280


San Telmo, Buenos Aires' oldest neighborhood, is host to a big street fair every Sunday. 960 1280


Hugo Chavarrieta, the owner of La Brigada Steakhouse, prepares to make meat lovers' dreams come true. 960 1280


The sun rises on a 500-lb. calf that local gauchos roasted overnight for Andrew's light lunch at an estancia, or ranch. 960 1280


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Andrew admires some Sea Pineapples with his host at Tsukiji Market in Tokyo. 960 1280


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The cheese, in the center of this dish, is host to a thousand tiny maggots, which make the cheese very pungent. 960 1280


Andrew Zimmern and author/guide Josh Berman enjoying bull testicle soup and ceviche at a roadside truckstop. 960 1280


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Miss Edna poses with Andrew after she and her family prepared a home-cooked Creole meal for him in Bluefields, Nicaragua. 960 1280


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