Irish People Try Stereotypical Irish Foods

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"It tastes like dog food?."
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We had irish people try out those "traditional" irish foods kindly supplied by the UZvid commenters.
Haggis, Corned beef & cabbage, Pigs feet, Guinness, Lucky
Charms and Colcannon.
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31-Yan, 2015

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Keyinroq ko‘rish
Fikrlar 5 985
Weirdly I knew a guy whose mother was Irish and apparently she did make haggis. I was so thrown off because I thought that was something Scotland did like America does meatloaf and casseroles
David David
David David 2 kun oldin
Elga is my favorite Irishman
Luke Devlin
Luke Devlin 2 kun oldin
Colcannon and Guinness are the only things I've eaten or heard of, and I'm IRISH
Amanda s.
Amanda s. 2 kun oldin
What are they saying when they "cheers"? I can't understand it. I'm curious.
Cher Walker
Cher Walker 3 kun oldin
The trotter 😂😁😂😁😁
Shawty Pepelina
Shawty Pepelina 5 kun oldin
There’s a wonderful Irish pub that serves Colcannon in my town and I LOVE it! It is amazing but then again I love most traditional Irish Foods!
Narrative Knight
Narrative Knight 6 kun oldin
He is a LEPRECHAUN! Americans think that leprechauns are Irish, we don't think that Irish people are leprechauns. I can never tell if you all like food or not because half of the time whoever is cooking has NO idea what they are doing.
Icanifiwant 7 kun oldin
I love me some corned beef and cabbage....
Nora Bryant
Nora Bryant 7 kun oldin
No Americans don't think you eat that crap.
Michael Rogers
Michael Rogers 9 kun oldin
Haggis is fucking Scottish, Ireland isn't even part of the UK, how do you fuck up this badly, I'm yankee as fuck a know this, who runs this shit. Now I'm bitter and hunger!
RoseOfTheNight4444 10 kun oldin
That music never fails to raise my spirits. I'm constantly on the lookout for stuff like it. I literally just came off of a 4 hour binge, adding songs to my Spotify. I'm so American but I swear I can feel the Irish blood coursing through my veins! Speaking of which... this music is my personal battery! (2:58) Well, music in general is what keeps me going but still!
Louie Villa
Louie Villa 11 kun oldin
They were some tough critics they didn't even like their own food son of a gun
Kenneth Prince
Kenneth Prince 12 kun oldin
So am i to understand my grandmother cooked corn beef and cabage on st patricks say every year my entire life telling me thats what we irish eat and they dont even eat it in Ireland? My whole life is a lie lol
Eva Maynard
Eva Maynard 12 kun oldin
I haven't seen anyone in Ireland eating that stuff when I visited..except for the Guinness!
Learning to be Pretty
I love the Irish angry comments...now you see how Americans feel when we see the American food videos, we don’t eat that shit half the time
Guillermo Medina
Guillermo Medina 13 kun oldin
Thats weird that Irish people dont like there own food. Lmfao
Hokaro Orvana
Hokaro Orvana 14 kun oldin
Alot of these seem like Scottish foods not Irish... And that's coming from an American
Wesley luvs Oktoberfest
I only came here for the comments.
Bobby Hood
Bobby Hood 14 kun oldin
We know the difference between Scottish and Irish!
Gabrielle Miles
Gabrielle Miles 15 kun oldin
I said this on a video about chicken feet somewhere on UZvid already. But pig foot souse from Trinidad 🇹🇹 (Caribbean) is 👌🏼
hales n
hales n 15 kun oldin
I mean I’ve always thought that Irish people ate normal food that’s less fatty & sugary compared to American food
EINAR VOLSUNG 17 kun oldin
My family is Scandinavian. We eat a lot of cabbage and fish.
Valfalk 17 kun oldin
all the people commenting “haggis is scottish” r/whooosh they even said themselves in the video “right. irish, scottish, must be the same thing”
Oi40ozCasualty 18 kun oldin
To the Irish folk. It's a Leprechaun on the box of Lucky Charms. Not an Irish person lol. I have a feeling most know this though lol.
meis awsom
meis awsom 18 kun oldin
Irish women* r hot. And their accent... ;)
Sharon Dwyer
Sharon Dwyer 18 kun oldin
The Irish Fella @ 0:31 on the right..whit whew! He is handsome 😚
Omni Charlizard
Omni Charlizard 20 kun oldin
What is that catchy af tune going on in the background? Thats a foot tapping somg
Madison Curie
Madison Curie 21 kun oldin
Tbh the most I’ve taste that was Irish was soda bread literally nothing else
ForzaOnda 21 kun oldin
They're all right about one thing: *Guinness does taste better in Ireland*
CCornelius 21 kun oldin
Pigs feet? Hey, you Irish stop stealing our Southern cookin'!
Insane Hiker
Insane Hiker 21 kun oldin
Corned beef and Cabbage came to be associated with the Irish who tried to order Bacon and Cabbage at Jewish Delicatessens, who substituted the Bacon (what Americans call Canadian Bacon) with Corned Beef. The same delis likely tried to turn the meal into a sandwich to take on the go (for eating on the job) which lead to the creation the Reuben.
EyeWatchThemAll 22 kun oldin
On what planet is Lucky Charms Irish??
Mybubbles 22 kun oldin
Gotta love it when the yanks call it “St Patty’s Day”! Like, who the fuck is Patricia???😂😂😂
Adrienne 24 kun oldin
When they broke out the Guinness I smiled. It's a meal in itself.
Alex Grover's Gardening Know How
Of course many of the "American" things they eat are not top of the line American food or particularly popular.
Reming Morton
Reming Morton 27 kun oldin
I appreciate how they weren’t offended by the mix up between Scotland and Ireland. I expected them to be like “haggis is Scottish you uncultured swine”
Cher Poston
Cher Poston Oy oldin
I want to go on record saying I've never assumed any of these except the Guinness.
ursaltydog Oy oldin
This should be titled, "What Irish people think we Americans think they eat"..
ursaltydog Oy oldin
Btw.. we don't think ya eat Lucky Charms and pigs feat.. Welsh people who immigrated to here, ate pigs feet..
He spilled Guinness kill him with rocks and fire
Alan Novaes
Alan Novaes Oy oldin
It doesn’t surprise me how ignorant some Americans are to think that they eat some of these things something that I’ve learned growing up here is that you wouldn’t believe how culturally and geographically ignorant MOST Americans are especially the new generation
It's "Sláinte" and yet it sounds like "Slauncha" I WANT TO UNDERSTAND GAELIC BUT WHY YOU MAKE IT SO HARD?!
Also, where's the bread pudding? Thought that was "stereotypical"-y Irish lol
kwistiny Oy oldin
Who’s the gorgeous tall dark and handsome Irishman next to Ryan?
xadam2dudex Oy oldin
Well that's a cop out ... No real Irish food just what they think Americans think what Irish food is
Emily O'Connor
We cook corned beef in a crockpot with mustard and brown sugar. I honestly can't imagine boiling it.
Matthew Larson
I like the music, anyone know specifically who that is playing?
Chad Max
Chad Max Oy oldin
haggis .. who is the idiot that thinks that's Irish? sheep stomach stuffed with meat and barley... where's the cabbage in that? .. jk :)
George Sapone
George Sapone Oy oldin
The American savory video was one thing but you cunts can’t even get your own food right.
gigi Oy oldin
These Irish men are so handsome, I'm in love. 😍😊❤️
crazyfvck Oy oldin
I always add extra sugar to my Lucky Charms :) It hides at the bottom, and you can either scoop it up with each spoonful, or you can drink it with the milk after you eat the cereal ;)
Staci Schuck
Staci Schuck Oy oldin
Irish boys with long eyelashes and black sweaters all American women would be had in that!