Andrew goes to Jamaica, where the food is as distinctive as the island’s famous reggae music. He experiences the true flavor of this tropical paradise through traditional cuisine, street food in Kingston and ...Go to Episode
Andrew and local fishermen hunt for lionfish, who have poisonous barbs that can sting. Andrew gets a lesson from a marine biologist and eats the fish for the first time.
Discovery Bay, St. Ann, Jamaica
Andrew walks through the jungle to meet Wolde "The Yatti Man" Selasie, who gives him his first taste of all-natural Rastafarian cuisine.
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National Heroes Park
Andrew’s friend Jacqui takes him to this park where families serve their own versions of Caribbean staples at makeshift food stands.
Aunt Merle's Fish Shack
Jacqui and Andrew go to Hellshire Beach where fishermen come ashore to sell their catch. There are little stalls called fish shacks where Andrew tastes some fresh seafood.
Half Moon Bay, Hellshire Beach, Kingston, Jamaica
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