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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  • Kegan Mahon
    Kegan Mahon Day ago +1

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

  • Thomas Reed
    Thomas Reed Day 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 days 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 4 days ago

    Love cornbeef potatoes cabbage bread so good

  • Melanie Cravens
    Melanie Cravens 4 days ago

    Love that accent.

  • trust okerezi
    trust okerezi 4 days ago

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

    • trust okerezi
      trust okerezi 4 days ago

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

  • Katie Morgan
    Katie Morgan 5 days 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 5 days 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 14 days 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 17 days ago

    Baby Ryan. He looks so timid here lol

  • Bobby Raketic
    Bobby Raketic 17 days ago

    The redhead is sexy

  • Fizzy Sparkles
    Fizzy Sparkles 22 days ago

    LUCKY 👏TRARMS👏ARE 👏 NOT👏IRISH

    • Ciara Whoriskey
      Ciara Whoriskey 19 days 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 Month 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 Month ago

    Wheres the raw dirt spud on a stick?

  • Chris Black
    Chris Black Month 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 Month ago

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

  • Ryan
    Ryan Month ago

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

  • David Green
    David Green Month 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 Month 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 19 days ago

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

  • ladycplum
    ladycplum Month ago

    Cabbage and kale are not the same thing, Elga

  • Waylen Underwood
    Waylen Underwood Month ago

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

  • Alfred Hitchcock
    Alfred Hitchcock Month 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.

  • Fred Prekel
    Fred Prekel Month ago

    only complete morons think lucky charms are Irish.corned beef and cabbage were very cheap during the mass Irish immigration due to the potato famine in Ireland. Haggis is Scottish the people that think it's Irish are stupid. pig's feet are more of a stereotypical Hispanic and black food. Guinness is just a good Irish beer, so piss off on that point

  • David in Barstow
    David in Barstow Month 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.

  • thanks for reading this i like cats

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

  • DENDRA EKTA
    DENDRA EKTA Month ago

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

  • Hi from france
    Hi from france Month ago

    The red girl is absolutly lovely

  • Jack Jones
    Jack Jones Month ago

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

  • Kenneth Hess
    Kenneth Hess Month ago

    I don’t like Luck Charms !

  • kat kouch
    kat kouch Month 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 Month ago

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

  • brion burkett
    brion burkett Month ago

    I want all of these people over for Christmas.

  • terry boyer
    terry boyer Month ago

    Guinness So much more than just a breakfast drink...

  • Dave Edsall
    Dave Edsall Month ago

    I have an honest question is Guinness meant to be drank room temperature or cold?

  • Derek Davis
    Derek Davis Month ago

    They are 14 miles apart or so, my family came over from Wales my grandpa's side is Dugan Davis, Ireland was my grans side Flowers, FARQUHARSON.

    • Derek Davis
      Derek Davis Month ago

      A road trip of all 3 would be awesome, I have a little red hair, fair skinned and bearded, I'm built for the weather, drist weather.

  • T. L. Warren
    T. L. Warren Month ago

    Haggis is Scottish. Not the same country. Trotters are from the US Southern states. Lucky Charms is a US food. Bah!!! This is what Irish think other people think they eat? I always thought, corned beef, shepherds or cottage pie, Irish stew, and ale or lager or beer.

  • The Geek Monster
    The Geek Monster Month ago

    That first couple has to be the best looking pair of humans on earth.

  • Nemalde
    Nemalde Month ago

    Jesus, Mary, and Joseph; they all drink Bud!

  • Dante Jeavon
    Dante Jeavon Month ago

    Kale&cabbage are two different things!

  • B Redfern
    B Redfern Month ago

    So.. this has nothing to do with the food but, is it just me or does the guy in the blue hoodie look like an Irish Ashton Couture?

  • Junie
    Junie Month ago

    This video should be titled "what Irish people think is Irish is food in America". How stupid.

  • the1stfallenangel94

    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 Month ago

    Elga is my favorite Irishman

  • Luke Devlin
    Luke Devlin Month ago

    Colcannon and Guinness are the only things I've eaten or heard of, and I'm IRISH

  • Amanda s.
    Amanda s. Month ago

    What are they saying when they "cheers"? I can't understand it. I'm curious.

  • Cher Walker
    Cher Walker Month ago

    The trotter 😂😁😂😁😁

  • Shawty Pepelina
    Shawty Pepelina 2 months ago

    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 2 months ago

    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
    Icanifiwant 2 months ago +1

    I love me some corned beef and cabbage....

  • Nora Bryant
    Nora Bryant 2 months ago

    No Americans don't think you eat that crap.

  • Michael Rogers
    Michael Rogers 2 months ago +1

    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
    RoseOfTheNight4444 2 months ago

    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 2 months ago

    They were some tough critics they didn't even like their own food son of a gun

  • Kenneth Prince
    Kenneth Prince 2 months ago

    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 2 months ago

    I haven't seen anyone in Ireland eating that stuff when I visited..except for the Guinness!

  • Learning to be Pretty
    Learning to be Pretty 2 months ago

    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 2 months ago

    Thats weird that Irish people dont like there own food. Lmfao

  • Hokaro Orvana
    Hokaro Orvana 2 months ago

    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 2 months ago

    We know the difference between Scottish and Irish!

  • Gabrielle Miles
    Gabrielle Miles 2 months ago

    I said this on a video about chicken feet somewhere on USclip already. But pig foot souse from Trinidad 🇹🇹 (Caribbean) is 👌🏼

  • EINAR VOLSUNG
    EINAR VOLSUNG 2 months ago

    My family is Scandinavian. We eat a lot of cabbage and fish.

  • Valfalk
    Valfalk 2 months ago

    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
    Oi40ozCasualty 2 months ago

    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 2 months ago

    Irish women* r hot. And their accent... ;)

  • Sharon Dwyer
    Sharon Dwyer 2 months ago

    The Irish Fella @ 0:31 on the right..whit whew! He is handsome 😚

  • Omni Charlizard
    Omni Charlizard 2 months ago

    What is that catchy af tune going on in the background? Thats a foot tapping somg

  • Masi Ford
    Masi Ford 2 months ago

    Tbh the most I’ve taste that was Irish was soda bread literally nothing else

  • ForzaOnda
    ForzaOnda 2 months ago

    They're all right about one thing: *Guinness does taste better in Ireland*

  • CCornelius
    CCornelius 2 months ago +1

    Pigs feet? Hey, you Irish stop stealing our Southern cookin'!

  • Insane Hiker
    Insane Hiker 2 months ago

    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
    EyeWatchThemAll 2 months ago

    On what planet is Lucky Charms Irish??

  • Mybubbles
    Mybubbles 2 months ago

    Gotta love it when the yanks call it “St Patty’s Day”! Like, who the fuck is Patricia???😂😂😂

  • Adrienne
    Adrienne 2 months ago

    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 2 months ago

    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 2 months ago

    I want to go on record saying I've never assumed any of these except the Guinness.

  • ursaltydog
    ursaltydog 2 months ago

    This should be titled, "What Irish people think we Americans think they eat"..

    • ursaltydog
      ursaltydog 2 months ago

      Btw.. we don't think ya eat Lucky Charms and pigs feat.. Welsh people who immigrated to here, ate pigs feet..

  • WICKEDMARIUS
    WICKEDMARIUS 2 months ago

    He spilled Guinness kill him with rocks and fire

  • Alan Novaes
    Alan Novaes 2 months ago

    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

  • TheMistressMisery
    TheMistressMisery 2 months ago

    It's "Sláinte" and yet it sounds like "Slauncha" I WANT TO UNDERSTAND GAELIC BUT WHY YOU MAKE IT SO HARD?!

    • TheMistressMisery
      TheMistressMisery 2 months ago

      Also, where's the bread pudding? Thought that was "stereotypical"-y Irish lol

  • kwistiny
    kwistiny 2 months ago

    Who’s the gorgeous tall dark and handsome Irishman next to Ryan?

  • xadam2dudex
    xadam2dudex 2 months ago

    Well that's a cop out ... No real Irish food just what they think Americans think what Irish food is

  • Emily O'Connor
    Emily O'Connor 2 months ago

    We cook corned beef in a crockpot with mustard and brown sugar. I honestly can't imagine boiling it.

  • Matthew Larson
    Matthew Larson 3 months ago

    I like the music, anyone know specifically who that is playing?

  • Chad Max
    Chad Max 3 months ago

    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 Gebonicks
    George Gebonicks 3 months ago

    The American savory video was one thing but you cunts can’t even get your own food right.

  • gigi
    gigi 3 months ago

    These Irish men are so handsome, I'm in love. 😍😊❤️

  • crazyfvck
    crazyfvck 3 months ago

    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 3 months ago

    Irish boys with long eyelashes and black sweaters all American women would be had in that!

  • Cole Thornton
    Cole Thornton 3 months ago

    Oh jeez, no one thinks Irish folk eat Lucky Charms. I've never heard of white head cabbage. Everyone with half a brain knows that it's Scots who are associated with haggis. Pigs feet....seriously? No.

  • Architecture Whisperer
    Architecture Whisperer 3 months ago

    Aside from Lucky Charms all they eat are potatoes, cabbage and beef. No enchiladas, no gumbo, no BBQ. How sad

  • DVD Guy That
    DVD Guy That 3 months ago

    I love cabbage!

  • Beth Michael
    Beth Michael 3 months ago

    Cabbage...blech

  • Madden Mobile Slay
    Madden Mobile Slay 3 months ago

    i hate some irish people

  • Gym Rat 5
    Gym Rat 5 3 months ago

    Irish people don't like Irish Food? Or what us Americans call Irish food. Who Knew?

  • Randi C.
    Randi C. 3 months ago

    Love corned beef and cabbage

  • J bell
    J bell 3 months ago +1

    I think I'm in love with that irish red head