Being in the desert, as they were, Andō knew there was going to be a relatively scarce selection of food to find. However, it wasn't his first time having to do this, and he was confident in the fact that there was food to be found, if only one knew where to look. As Kisora went to gather firewood, Andō moved a bit further away, descending the other side of the dune in search of a good spot to wait. It would be a game of patience, but as the sun had gone down and the temperature had reached bearable levels, the desert had become a hotbed for animal activity.
He didn't have to wait too long, standing completely stationary, for the cautionary creatures of the desert to become assured of their safety. The occasional lizard scampering over the dunes, though they were not the prey that Andō sought. He was looking for something bigger; the lizard's natural predator, drawn by their scampering feet. He even waited after the first snake appeared, eyeing it cautiously as it pursued its target. He proved fortunate, his patience rewarded, when a second snake also appeared from the sands to chase the scampering lizards. Andō's hand gripped his blade a little tighter as he prepared to move. One strike would be enough, he needed only wait for the appropriate moment.
Sizing each other up, the two snakes could not abide by another in their hunting grounds. The lizard left abandoned, the two snakes reared themselves up, closing the distance between each other to try and intimidate the other. With a strike of his blade, a white arc of chakra coursed from Andō's position, cleanly severing the heads of both snakes in a moment. The samurai returned his blade to its sheath and watched, waiting, until the two thrashing bodies ceased their movement, before retrieving them with one hand and moving to ascend the dunes back towards his and Kisora's location.
He moved his way over to the freshly-started fire and set the two slain snakes down by the ground. Then, he removed his white coat, seeking not to have it become too sandy, and folded it over one of his arms, then tossing it neatly over his shoulder, revealing his gray armor underneath. With that done, he carefully removed his two swords and set them down as well, before sitting himself down in the sand by the fire. "I hope wild snake is equivalent to a bento." He glanced over at Kisora and smiled, then produced a small knife and grabbed one of the two snakes and pushed the knife into the lower end of the snake, inserting about half way and beginning the process of removing the scales and skin from the snake.