Guinea pigs, piranhas, coconut grubs -- it's all in a day's work for Andrew Zimmern, as he takes a bite out of the South American country of Ecuador.Go to Episode
Motes de la Magdalena
Andrew rides a tram up to the mountains above Quito and dines at Motes de la Magdalena. He enjoys cuero de librillo (soup made from the outside of a cow's stomach), guatita (cow-stomach stew) and menudo (tripe and beef heart soup).
Similar to an American farmers market, this town's Saturday market offers a wide variety of delicacies. Andrew samples roast pork with motes and cracklings (pig skin), cheese empanadas and an aloe vera vitamin drink.
Otavalo, Ecuadorian Regions Ecuador
Andrew visits the equator, where he enjoys an exotic meal of cuy (roasted guinea pig) at Fiambre's Restaurant.
Mitad del Mundo, Ecuador
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