Irish People Try Stereotypical Irish Foods

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  • Published on Jan 31, 2015
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    We had irish people try out those "traditional" irish foods kindly supplied by the USclip commenters.
    Haggis, Corned beef & cabbage, Pigs feet, Guinness, Lucky
    Charms and Colcannon.
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  • lester mckee
    lester mckee 6 hours ago

    corned beef and cabbage is not a st. Patrick day food in the states....it is a new years food celebration for those who are of Irish decent....like germans would be Sauer kraut and sausage.

  • Maureen Wagg
    Maureen Wagg Day ago

    I love corned beef and cabbage but not all in the same pot. We have evolved lol And geezus wept, USA....Irish do NOT eat haggis. Scottish people do and even some of them don't like it. I love it, myself if it's done right. Pigs feet just taste like ham. Guiness is a big YESSSSS. We do NOT drink green beer. I'm Canadian of Irish/French decent. My grandad was Irish. My husband is a Canadian of Scots decent. I eat most of that food, except for Lucky Charms and pigs feet. lol

  • Maureen Wagg
    Maureen Wagg Day ago

    lolol Lucky Charms indeed. Yuck. Too sweet. And no Champ??? Come on! Get with it.

  • Strange Boy
    Strange Boy 7 days ago

    Why do so many Irish look like Spaniards

  • Christopher B.
    Christopher B. 10 days ago

    And this is why only my wife has been to your country. I'm not eating or drinking this shit. And I mean shit.....

  • Trine Asen
    Trine Asen 12 days ago

    The dutch captions are very wrong

  • sammy bubba
    sammy bubba 13 days ago

    scots eat haggis, poor southern americans eat pigs feet.

  • Xtra Delite
    Xtra Delite 14 days ago

    Beer is mandatory with pigs feet.

  • Chimp
    Chimp 15 days ago

    Americans just think of Ireland as a potato

  • mark demell
    mark demell 16 days ago +1

    I just fell in love with the redhead!

  • John Waschka
    John Waschka 20 days ago

    Corned beef and cabbage is not a traditional Irish meal. It IS a a traditional Irish American meal. It’s what Irish immigrants could afford. I love it. Unfortunately no one else in my family can stand it. As for the Guinness... we make much better stouts here in America. My two favorites are Big Bad Baptist from Epic Brewing and Speedway Stout from AleSmith.

  • Darkest Darker
    Darkest Darker 21 day ago

    Never knew Rick Rubin was Irish...

  • K M
    K M 21 day ago

    It is the IRISH people that came to America that made these "IRISH DISHES", so if you want to be smart asses with people then talk shit to your relatives here! We Americans whose ancestors came here from other countries KNOW what they ate in their country of origin! If the IRISH were too drunk to remember that you do NOT eat corned beef and cabbage, it is NOT all American's fault, so STHU and quit ragging on ALL Americans about it!

  • Cerillion Blue
    Cerillion Blue 21 day ago

    so serious question. When one travels to Ireland, is it all just stew and alcohol or what? Nobody seems to know what you people eat

  • Georgejmh
    Georgejmh 22 days ago

    GOD, I adore the Redhead!

  • Richard Grace
    Richard Grace 23 days ago

    Seriously. Who tf in America thinks Irish people eat lucky charms....does this channel just pull bs out its ass

  • J R
    J R 24 days ago +1

    Pigs feet is a hit all over the world...wTF?

  • Pol Polanco
    Pol Polanco 24 days ago

    So if that's not their food then what the hell are they eating? Rainbows?? Lmao

  • If Only
    If Only 24 days ago

    And yet you lot have the worst stereotypes about foreign food !

  • Janell Evans
    Janell Evans 25 days ago

    I thought hagis was Scottish

  • pokey nose
    pokey nose 25 days ago

    Where's CODDLE

  • hfredydl
    hfredydl 25 days ago

    Lucky charms ??? Really ???

  • Z B
    Z B 26 days ago

    Corned beef and cabbage is an American Irish dish... not Irish

  • Marsha Campbell
    Marsha Campbell 27 days ago

    I've had Guinness in Ireland. Best stuff ever! American Guinness is gross. Anyone have an explanation?

  • Timothy O'Brien
    Timothy O'Brien Month ago +1

    Irishman's battery lol

  • Timothy O'Brien
    Timothy O'Brien Month ago

    Lucky Charms are so totally disgusting. NO HUMAN SHOULD EVER CONSUME THEM!!! Leprechauns are allowed. But they'd barf.

  • Kyle Crocker
    Kyle Crocker Month ago

    Thought haggis was Scottish

  • Douglas Page
    Douglas Page Month ago

    I think that a lot of the stereotypes are not based on traditional Irish, but Irish-American immigrants. Some who came, as my ancestors did, as laborers and sharecroppers on English run farms, or in the later migrations. I can vouch for the origin of corned beef and cabbage. beef had to be preserved in those days, because of the lack of refrigeration, so curing it, was the way to preserve it. and according to my grandmother, it was not necessarily for Saint Patrick's day, but only served on special occasions, because beef was a high cost meat, and though necessary for rural folks who had to either travel a long way by horse or wagon for supplies, it had to be cured as to not go bad during the journey,, or shipping. Cabbage and potatoes, were simply affordable and easily grown crops. as for the rest, I have no idea as to the origin.

  • Katie •
    Katie • Month ago +1

    I would think potatoes, cabbage and meat dishes of all sorts🤷🏼‍♀️

  • SigmaWalker
    SigmaWalker Month ago

    That's fucked up... making Irish people eat Lucky Charms. You assholes. LOL

  • Akihito007
    Akihito007 Month ago

    Guess the closest I've had is lamb chop stew with soda bread.

  • Nathan
    Nathan Month ago

    Pigs feet are awesome. I know plenty of people who do the pickled ones. Personally pickled not a fan, but ya cook um right, pigs feet are awesome. I'm not Irish, I'm from Midwest U.S. German decent though, so we share cabbage in a traditional sense? I think?

  • Mimi
    Mimi Month ago +1

    They all talk like leprechauns. If Irish people think can do American accents, then we can do Irish.

  • steve gale
    steve gale Month ago

    Haggis is English. Lancashire/Yorkshire origin.

  • Scott Murphy
    Scott Murphy Month ago

    Guinness extra stout is nectar of the Gods. I tried haggis once and had to stifle a vomit. Sheeps lung in intestines? How broke do you have to be to eat that shit?

  • Larry renz
    Larry renz Month ago

    Pigs foot is German food

  • wendy guity
    wendy guity Month ago

    No Dear. Americans do NOT presume you eat Lucky Charms.

  • A dingo stole my meme

    You eat the day after .when you find your keys and pants and right shoe.

  • the truth
    the truth 2 months ago +2

    You know Irish people are picky when they don't like their own food

  • dlschgo
    dlschgo 2 months ago

    These are the dishes that the NEW IRISH IMMIGRANTS to America made and ate. How do they not get this? I guess the people left in Ireland couldn't figure out how to get on the boat.

  • Lauren Lewis Grief Coach Practitioner

    Lucky Charms, nasty!

  • sidney greenglass
    sidney greenglass 2 months ago

    The reaction to the pigs feet!

  • J E
    J E 2 months ago

    I always thought "pig feet" was a Black American Southern dish that my people ate because we got the "scrap" parts of the pig. I had no idea this was an actual Irish dish. Ain't that a bish.

  • sobo2001
    sobo2001 2 months ago

    Americans dont think that Haggis is Irish. Your hosts are just running out of things to feed you.

  • Colton_ Cunningham
    Colton_ Cunningham 2 months ago

    Ignorance.... imagine thinking a whole nation actually believes stereotypes about your country. seems like an insult but not a good one. Not saying a whole lot of Americans are smart enough to know the difference between Scotland and Ireland, but not all of them believe the stereotype. If you want to nag on your American cousins for being ignorant, look in the mirror.

  • Joanne White
    Joanne White 2 months ago

    lucky charms arent even irish theyre american

  • sus nelson
    sus nelson 2 months ago

    That was so funny !

  • Emily Wheatley
    Emily Wheatley 2 months ago

    The corned beef and cabbage did not look like it was cooked in a crock pot! Nooooo!

  • Reese Holder
    Reese Holder 2 months ago

    Corned Beef and Cabbage, are an American-Irish immigrant tradition.

  • dirtdogpac
    dirtdogpac 2 months ago

    Ok in a Mexican Irish n I grew up eating potatoes every day for dinner

  • Frank McGuire
    Frank McGuire 2 months ago

    Corn beef and cabbage, well that an Irish American tradition. My family ate to to celebrate how far we had come, from poverty to plenty. Never assumed it was an Irish tradition...

  • Bark5ley X
    Bark5ley X 2 months ago

    My friends kids hate everything and waist so much food. I was thinking they were offensely picky.... Turns out they are just Irish. Hehehe

  • GrovelandGal 12
    GrovelandGal 12 2 months ago

    I guess I never really thought or assumed people in Ireland ate anything specific. It's weird that people would assume they ate these things.

  • Housekat61
    Housekat61 2 months ago

    Hhahahahahah ..Lucky Charms ..seriously ..were they "magically Delicious" ?

  • jayteegamble
    jayteegamble 2 months ago

    I've never thought Irish people ate Lucky Charms for breakfast. I assume their breakfast is like corned beef and cabbage or maybe potatoes depending on the day.

  • Marieda Parellio
    Marieda Parellio 2 months ago

    The handsome Irish vampire is consistently one of the funniest in every episode! Who is he?

  • Ed Keaton
    Ed Keaton 2 months ago +1

    Whenever Elga takes part in these taste tests, I'm there! She's gorgeous! 😊😉😎

  • Skip Lee
    Skip Lee 2 months ago

    I never heard of pigs feet! Yuck!! WTF!

  • chucky
    chucky 2 months ago

    stupid list.. they put a damn cereal in the list??? and haggis which everyone on the planet knows is Scottish, NOT Irish..

  • Troy Ragnor
    Troy Ragnor 3 months ago

    honestly though, corned beef tastes like dog food.

  • jutubaeh
    jutubaeh 3 months ago

    wass n kappess v v

  • Mr Wiseman
    Mr Wiseman 3 months ago

    2:36 this need to be a meme! Olga's epic reaction.

  • DefOni
    DefOni 3 months ago

    I'm 100% american and I love corned beef and cabbage.

  • Kyle Lebrocq
    Kyle Lebrocq 3 months ago

    Wow this was boring as fuck

  • windcalmer
    windcalmer 3 months ago

    What is her name?

  • Class tilton
    Class tilton 3 months ago

    Who are these dumbasses at the beginning, multiple comments about haggis :/ thats scottish you knob jockies

  • Concreteowl
    Concreteowl 3 months ago

    We would have trotters when we were young but we were very poor and shared it with the cat.

  • John Smith
    John Smith 3 months ago

    How is Guinness a stereotypical Irish food if it's made in Ireland and not America?

  • Kegan Mahon
    Kegan Mahon 3 months ago +1

    (Discretely eats his corned beef and cabbage while wearing a shamrock hoodie)

  • Thomas Reed
    Thomas Reed 3 months ago

    Can't stand cabbage. When I visited Ireland I ate fish and chips. They were great. Haggis is Scottish

  • Brian Evans
    Brian Evans 3 months ago

    I've always wondered, are you supposed to drink Guinness warm or cold? I've tried it both ways and I was just not impressed.

  • Melanie Cravens
    Melanie Cravens 3 months ago

    Love cornbeef potatoes cabbage bread so good

  • Melanie Cravens
    Melanie Cravens 3 months ago

    Love that accent.

  • trust okerezi
    trust okerezi 3 months ago

    I now understand why yall drink much . imagine having to eat pigs foot when sober :>

    • trust okerezi
      trust okerezi 3 months ago

      you need some jollof rice and suya in your life : )

  • Katie Morgan
    Katie Morgan 3 months ago

    Why don't you make them eat Thanksgiving dinner? I did it to my Irish friends..all the standard crap etc.

  • Katie Morgan
    Katie Morgan 3 months ago

    I'm American and we ate ham and cabbage..no one made them a shepherd's pie 👎

  • Robert R O'Brien , Jr
    Robert R O'Brien , Jr 3 months ago

    What about fish and chips or bangers and mash?

  • youtube_myspace_and_i_will_google_your_yahoo

    if people would stop mumbling in these videos...that would be great

  • Morgan Best
    Morgan Best 3 months ago

    Baby Ryan. He looks so timid here lol

  • Bobby Raketic
    Bobby Raketic 3 months ago

    The redhead is sexy

  • Fizzy Sparkles
    Fizzy Sparkles 3 months ago

    LUCKY 👏TRARMS👏ARE 👏 NOT👏IRISH

    • Ciara Whoriskey
      Ciara Whoriskey 3 months ago

      Fizzy Sparkles yeah that’s...that’s the point of the video

  • Sullivan's Slaughterhouse Podcast

    Just came to hear the Irish say the words "Lucky Charms"

    It was magical!

  • Mary Infante
    Mary Infante 4 months ago

    I never heard the Irish ate pigs feet, but I know a lot of Americans from the south that eat pickled pigs feet. Yeah, EEWWWWWW!

  • RODSLINGER
    RODSLINGER 4 months ago

    Wheres the raw dirt spud on a stick?

  • Chris Black
    Chris Black 4 months ago

    No wonder Irish react the way they do to American foods. These foods would make me so depressed if most of my foods involved eating cabbage and potatoes. BLAH!

  • Nelson Viveiros
    Nelson Viveiros 4 months ago

    Usually when someone stereotypes a race most of the time it's the Americans enough said

  • Ryan
    Ryan 4 months ago +1

    I think that's the best mood I've ever seen Ryan in

  • David
    David 4 months ago

    I get absolutely wasted on St. Patrick's day. I don't eat before hand either, that way I get drunk faster, it's called financial responsibility.

  • Lemon Lover
    Lemon Lover 4 months ago

    I'm so glad that's not American food , ha! That's why Irish food isn't known around the world, it's basically boiled meat with potatoes! So sad.

    • Ciara Whoriskey
      Ciara Whoriskey 3 months ago

      Lemon Lover you do realise that this isn’t actually Irish food right?

  • ladycplum
    ladycplum 4 months ago

    Cabbage and kale are not the same thing, Elga

  • Waylen Underwood
    Waylen Underwood 4 months ago

    Elga if you ever read this know that you are the most beautiful woman in the world

  • Alfred Hitchcock
    Alfred Hitchcock 4 months ago

    My grandmother wouldn’t allow us to eat corned beef because she said they never ate it in Ireland. There’s plenty of fresh pork, so why eat old meat? Instead, we had pork tenderloin with cabbage & potatoes. I hear they call it a “boiled dinner” up in New England. I love it. I never even tasted corned beef til I was in my 30s. We also ate farls, but my grandmother called it soda bread. When I saw what they sell in bakeries as Irish soda bread during the month of March, I was stumped. I love farls with fresh butter and a cup of tea. Add bacon and egg (fried in bacon grease), dip the buttered farl in the yolk ....oh boy. That’s breakfast. I miss my grandmother.

  • David in Barstow
    David in Barstow 4 months ago

    It's like soul food. It's what poor Irish immigrants ate to avoid starving. So many Americans believe it's what modern Irish eat.

  • Kira Viksna
    Kira Viksna 4 months ago

    May I ask all of you people outside Ireland, why do you think we eat this?

  • DENDRA EKTA
    DENDRA EKTA 4 months ago

    love from Italy :) you guys are great ! always respect to Ireland :)

  • Hi from france
    Hi from france 4 months ago

    The red girl is absolutly lovely

  • Jack Jones
    Jack Jones 4 months ago

    I is it me or does homeboy look like the anonymous guy from v for vendet?

  • Kenneth Hess
    Kenneth Hess 4 months ago

    I don’t like Luck Charms !

  • kat kouch
    kat kouch 4 months ago

    my mother ate pickled trotters. and i make corned beef and cabbage a couple of times a year, and it looks nothing like that.

  • LeVar Berry
    LeVar Berry 4 months ago

    How about the tiny bowls they are using for Lucky Charms??? WTF