Andrew travels to rugged Mongolia, where living off the land is part of the country's nomadic tradition. He eats foods prepared in ways he's never seen before from a blowtorch barbecue to an animal carcass oven.Go to Episode
Meat is the heart and soul of the Mongolian diet. Andrew finds vast quantities of horse, camel, goat, sheep and cow. He buys a sheep's head and cooks up this local delicacy at an eatery across the street.
Huchit Shonhor Market, Denjiin Myanga, Chingeltei District, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia
This market, more commonly known as the Black Market, is Mongolia's largest market, drawing up to 100,000 visitors every day. Vendors sell a variety of products, including sausage made from goat and sheep innards.
Naran Tuul Market, Narnii Zam, Bayanzurkh District, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia
Andrew meets a group of archers practicing a unique style that descended from Mongol warriors from many centuries ago.
Tuul River, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia
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