Samoa

Andrew comes to the South Pacific to explore the food and culture of the Samoan Islands. Andrew is the honored guest at a traditional ceremony where he's served pig organs. He also goes deep-sea fishing and ...

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Maketi Fou Market

Andrew takes a trip to the local market in the capital of Apia where he checks out the abundance of tropical fruits and exotic delicacies. Andrew eats vee (Samoan apples), ka-ka Pua (pork pies), mutton and se'e (sea slugs, aka sea cucumber).

Fugalei Street, Apia, Upolu Samoa

 
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Mata-utu-la-fanga

Andrew makes his way to a small village on the island of Upolu to take part in a sacred meal on Good Friday called a toe-ah-nigh. Here he samples pig organs and fresh eel with coconut milk and taro leaves.

Upolu, Samoa

 
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Nu'utele Island

Andrew forages through the tropical forest for food. He samples tree nut from the terminallia catapa, Samoan chewing gum (white tree sap), water from a drinking vine, Samoan fruit bat and aphouto (coconut grubs on a stick).

1.8 km off the southeast coast of Aleipata, Upolu, Samoa

 

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