Irish People Taste Test Northeast American Treats

  • Published on Nov 9, 2015
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    We got some candies from the Northeastern part of America and asked our contributors to taste test them. Fluffernutter anyone?
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Comments • 3 753

  • Noah Goyette
    Noah Goyette 5 hours ago

    Fluffy nutters had me pissin myself. Totally Lowell Mass staple but people eat em all over. The reason its a MASS treat is that it was INVENTED in Mass. Fluff was invented and manufactured in MASS. ok. back to the video.

  • Mikis Kay
    Mikis Kay Day ago

    "Do people die of Maple syrup poisoning?"
    They do. Its called diabetes. :)

  • Connor Russell
    Connor Russell 8 days ago

    Except Maryland isn’t the northeast...

  • KLM Hooked Moore
    KLM Hooked Moore 15 days ago

    Who made this list up of Northeast US treats? Someone that doesn't actually live in the US?

  • aj aj
    aj aj 16 days ago

    Why does the music remind me of rosy n jim

  • 1969Vanessa G
    1969Vanessa G 16 days ago

    Fluffer Nutter sounds like someone on Games of Thrones needed just before they did the do.

  • rebellorebellion
    rebellorebellion 23 days ago

    Its honestly weird that flufernuters a mass thing they're awesome also most people just call it a peanut butter and fluff sandwich

  • diane smith
    diane smith 26 days ago

    NJ is not know. For maple anything. I live at the NJ shore (no we aren’t like the heathens who come from NY to kill our beaches w attitudes, spoiled children and trash) and we have original salt water taffy. I have NEVER had nor seen maple ones. My friend who owns a sweet shop hand makes his and they are softer and not as sweet. They’re fresh and yummy. You still may lose some dental work though! The grossest one is banana flavored. It tastes like circus peanuts (also a sweet but melt in your mouth with no chewing necessary.

  • Michael Boyce
    Michael Boyce Month ago

    Yer Eatin' the Best!

  • Paddy O'Driscoll
    Paddy O'Driscoll Month ago

    They always show rare items few in the US eat, and act like they're part of our daily living. Wee bit of a scam I think,,,

  • Noah Peck
    Noah Peck Month ago

    Uhhh what about MAINE!

  • Eric Gaudet
    Eric Gaudet Month ago

    I'm from New England Massachusetts and we have the best Treats from the Maple Cookies to the Saltwater Taffy.

  • djm_hatevriska
    djm_hatevriska Month ago

    of all the salt water taffy flavors you choose maple? WEAAAK

  • Lia King
    Lia King Month ago

    As someone from the New England, this ain't it.
    We don't have just Maple everything-especially salt water taffy, we have good flavors like peppermint.
    And I've never had a Maple syrup cookie or candy.

  • Jessica Perry
    Jessica Perry Month ago

    Not a huge taffy fan, but I do love the cinnamon taffy...

  • KingArod19
    KingArod19 2 months ago +1

    How come Connecticut wasn't mentioned

  • acepilot1
    acepilot1 2 months ago

    “Fluffynutter, sounds like someone working on a porn site” lol

  • LadyLili
    LadyLili 2 months ago

    Fluffernutter, also a plan thought of by Nott The Brave in @CriticalRole
    There should be a video of Irish People watching Critical Role

  • Fred Prekel
    Fred Prekel 2 months ago

    that bag of shit is not form new jersey

  • Emily Greene
    Emily Greene 2 months ago

    As a New England Nutmegger (meaning living in Connecticut), we don't all eat maple all the time. There are some foods that are being omitted for Connecticut - we enjoy our seafood (as does much of New England), we eat rhubarb pie (which is delicious), anything with cranberries (they're delicious if you cook with them correctly), fresh hot lobster rolls, steamed cheeseburgers, Apple cider, New Haven Style Clam Pie, etc. Otherwise, it depends on what food is available. Unfortunately, there is A LOT of Italian and American food places eaten here, but sometimes, there is a German, Middle Eastern, Turkish, or French restaurant, but those are usually towards the bottom shoreline of the state. The Northwest of Connecticut though tends to have the best overall food because its organic non-GMO and farm/local grown. One of my favourite places to eat is in Woodbury called Marketplace and it IS amazing! It is, IMHO, 5 star NYC worthy and that's not even covering all of the good off-the-beaten track restaurants. :) But the crown gem to shop at is New Morning Market, which is almost all organic local food with pasture-raised meat, they bring in fresh caught shellfish, both local and international gourmet cheeses, and fresh produce that kicks the butt out of Walmart and Aldi's any day.

  • Wm F E II
    Wm F E II 2 months ago

    Should have tried Berger's cookies from Baltimore... please do a part 2 to this one...

  • Quaylonda Herman
    Quaylonda Herman 2 months ago

    I’m from Maine and everything they just had were exactly the sweets that I ate as a child.. I love their reactions........ BUT!!! Where are the woopie pies and blueberry milkshakes

  • A Katlynn
    A Katlynn 2 months ago

    Maple is everything but PA and NJ... should of put Soft Serve ice cream twist with rainbow jimmies!

  • Danielle Rodbell
    Danielle Rodbell 2 months ago

    berger cookies from baltimore MD

  • darkespeon64
    darkespeon64 2 months ago

    im sad to see you dont have them trying anything from western america..... we got cool shit like scorpion lolipops glad to see theyre trying fluff though my parents are from mass and theres only one store that sells it here and they are obsessed its actually good but im not a fan of marshmallows so i dont eat it often

  • Boris Van Druff
    Boris Van Druff 2 months ago

    There should be a part two to this that includes sponge candy.

  • Mrs Patmore
    Mrs Patmore 2 months ago


  • Christobanistan
    Christobanistan 2 months ago

    I love hearing an Irish person say "wee." :D

  • R Smaczny
    R Smaczny 2 months ago

    more Laura, please :)

    JMANNY 2 months ago

    Jeeez didn't do Maine woopie pies... And moxie

  • TheDreded603
    TheDreded603 2 months ago

    Nh should have been apple cider donuts

  • e1e2t3
    e1e2t3 2 months ago

    Nothing from Maine! Whoopie pies!

  • Stacey Walton
    Stacey Walton 2 months ago

    Vermont is not in Canada.

  • Dr.Froaderick Fronkensteen

    And now from California we have - cannabis infused gummy bears...

  • BadHabitMarco
    BadHabitMarco 2 months ago +2

    The video is that old, even Davey looks clean!

  • lester mckee
    lester mckee 2 months ago

    gotta complain about everything....even candy

  • Ben Mogensen
    Ben Mogensen 2 months ago

    For those of us massholes who are allergic to peanut butter, we eat fluffer fluffers.

  • ytubepuppy
    ytubepuppy 3 months ago

    I want to adopt Lolsy Byrne (the red head).

  • Debra Enderle
    Debra Enderle 3 months ago

    Where's Pennsylvania's contribution?

  • christopher king
    christopher king 3 months ago

    SMH. Being from NYC. This is disgraceful.

  • Arun Salwan
    Arun Salwan 3 months ago

    Love this channel but the more I watch it I’m getting beginning to think that the Irish at least this small sample size need to get out more and didn’t even like sushi I thought they were from Dublin which is a big city

  • elyb
    elyb 3 months ago

    They actually served those fluffernutter monstrosities in school lunches. Horrifying!

  • alex cavoli
    alex cavoli 3 months ago

    And side note dont discuss our Autumn foliage with any one living in New England unless you want to help rake their yard. Cause fuck those trees they are a nuisance.

    • Jim P
      Jim P 16 days ago

      Yeah. Damn trees! They suck!

  • alex cavoli
    alex cavoli 3 months ago

    Most from New England dont buy that shit either there mother makes it for them or they dont like it. What you ate is probably mass produced for tourists who come to look at our beautiful dead trees. My mother has had a running tap on the ancient maples in our backyard my whole life...all the maple syrup you want bitches. Which the Amish sell for extortionate prices because tourists are ignorant. Cause spoiler alert if you already have the trees it's free, just boil it down and treat with whatever added flavors you wish.

  • courtney marie
    courtney marie 3 months ago


  • Bec Thumma
    Bec Thumma 3 months ago

    whoever did the research on this one got it all wrong. What the hell was up with all the maple??? I'm from Pennsylvania and we would have given ya Whoopie Pies, not a spec of maple in them. Chocolate soft cookies with cream in the middle. Never heard of maple flavor that one wrong. Salt water taffy comes in many flavors but not maple.

  • Leigh Sutherland
    Leigh Sutherland 3 months ago

    WTF? New Jersey is NOT in the Northeast!!!! You just insulted millions of Nee Englanders.
    Also, Fluff is really good in hot chocolate. If you asked someone from the Northeast, you’d know.

  • raymond weaver
    raymond weaver 3 months ago

    Maple salt water Taffy from NJ? One of the few flavors of taffy I've never seen.

  • Ty Strong
    Ty Strong 3 months ago

    Vermonter here. Glad you like our cookies. No we aren't apart of Canada. Yes we are a Maple Syrup King of the US 😏❤😂🥞🍁

  • Niecey
    Niecey 3 months ago

    Bust a fluffier nut.... yaasss

  • William Winder
    William Winder 3 months ago

    0:30 NO

  • John Doe
    John Doe 3 months ago

    I could watch a video with just the leather and blue jacket guys they're amusing

  • Yankee Red
    Yankee Red 3 months ago

    Just waiting to see what ny is.... I'm assuming will be a nyc thing cuz it's always nyc crap

  • Emily L
    Emily L 3 months ago

    Im scared

  • Patrick Kent
    Patrick Kent 3 months ago

    3 is the name of one of our dogs and salt water gaffe is good

  • joefromravenna
    joefromravenna 3 months ago

    As a Michigan guy i've only had the maple cookies from the store and some taffy we made in Chemistry class.

  • Tobez
    Tobez 4 months ago

    New Hampshire represent!

  • JonR311
    JonR311 4 months ago

    Whoever chooses what they try is mental and obsessed with maple. I live in the northeast never have had any of these.

  • Noah Jones
    Noah Jones 4 months ago

    Regular salt water taffy is amazing

  • ed vanslyke
    ed vanslyke 4 months ago

    haha leather jacketguy said its got no color if anybody knows no color its him!!!

  • Sherry Kunkle
    Sherry Kunkle 4 months ago

    lol is Vermont in Canada ha could be -- is Ireland in England?

  • Andi Bell
    Andi Bell 4 months ago

    Not a fan of maple, but most people love it.

  • Sarah McDonough
    Sarah McDonough 4 months ago

    Why doesn't anyone acknowledge Maine???? We have good food too, dammit!!!!!

  • Falcon Fight Team Presents

    Anyone else feeling the Irony of a man that's basically monochrome bitching about the lack of colour on a plate?

  • Kate Dare
    Kate Dare 4 months ago

    I named my cat after that sandwich lol

  • Mike Graves
    Mike Graves 4 months ago

    Ryan trying to cover that fucked up HAIRLINE with a baseball cap. Loser

  • Tiocfaidh ár lá
    Tiocfaidh ár lá 5 months ago

    I wish they had Laura Byrne as a snack in New England. 😊

  • Tyler Madore
    Tyler Madore 5 months ago

    What’s with all the maple stuff

  • Daniel Roberts
    Daniel Roberts 5 months ago

    Came to find out what needs tea or cabbage.

  • jjjjmmmm
    jjjjmmmm 5 months ago

    Brits, Irish: "They'd be good with a cup of tea". Always.

  • Normand Frigon
    Normand Frigon 5 months ago

    Where did this stuff come from? North East American treats Born and raised in RI, where are the fried clams, steamers, fish and chips, boston baked beans, New England Boiled dinner. Missed the mark totally

  • Matt DOE
    Matt DOE 5 months ago

    And yes fluff and paenut butter is a sandwich in rhode island also lol

  • Matt DOE
    Matt DOE 5 months ago

    Wheres rhode island ?

  • Sierra Makeup
    Sierra Makeup 5 months ago

    I eat fluffed nutters in Alabama

  • Dylan Beck
    Dylan Beck 5 months ago

    Disliked for the Yankees hat

  • Tommy2shoe811
    Tommy2shoe811 5 months ago

    Girl in the orange shirt w long hair is impossibly cute. Melting....

  • Stephanie Yankeerose9973

    Wtf happened to NY???
    We have the best apples!
    And pizza & bagels. 👍🤗

  • Ugly Games
    Ugly Games 5 months ago

    I live in Boston and have never had a fluffernutter or anything else on this list

  • TheDman216
    TheDman216 5 months ago

    the northeast has a ton on maple trees.. Nh has tons of them everywhere..Iam guessing at least 75% of peoples back yard have a few so yea during some parts of the year theres maple everthing being sold localy and the best syrup youll ever have for pancakes

  • Marty Contestabile
    Marty Contestabile 5 months ago

    Why don't you have at least their first names on here for us to see? I would love to know the redheads name.

  • drizzt7010
    drizzt7010 5 months ago

    Hey. Give these Irish peeps a cup of tea. Why would u not give them tea. They will enjoy it so much more with TEA

  • Jerrod Milton
    Jerrod Milton 5 months ago

    Should've have them try needums from Maine. Potato chocolates sounds crazy but so good.

  • April Mosley
    April Mosley 5 months ago

    i am so happy you guys tried Fluff!!

  • Sabrina Rios
    Sabrina Rios 5 months ago

    You know what I can't find anywhere but up here in the northeast? Ring bologna summer sausage. Yum

  • kristin gallipoli
    kristin gallipoli 5 months ago

    fluffernutter. classic.

  • rustysmith540
    rustysmith540 5 months ago

    Rhode island's coffee milk

  • Chip Becker
    Chip Becker 5 months ago

    Lolsy ! 'Nuff Said !

  • Faith Taylor
    Faith Taylor 5 months ago

    I haven't eaten most of these because I'm southern and a creature of habit

  • Ellie Holmes
    Ellie Holmes 5 months ago

    There was no cussing in this one. Congrats!!

  • Ellie Holmes
    Ellie Holmes 5 months ago

    Taffy, it's like toffee's cousin.

  • Ronan Dex
    Ronan Dex 5 months ago

    Give them some Cotton Candy! LOL It will blow their minds!

  • J Dad
    J Dad 5 months ago

    What is with Irish people's faces their ununiform sagged eye on one side they must have had sexual impulses that were inspired by Picasso

  • J Dad
    J Dad 5 months ago

    English kick their ass for so many years they're still obsessed with tea sad

  • Ivan Mills
    Ivan Mills 5 months ago

    I'm an American and wouldn't eat any of that shit!

  • Tracy Rowe
    Tracy Rowe 5 months ago

    why do they always skip Connecticut? I have yet to see one of these videos where they have a treat or sandwich or something from Connecticut

  • Kelli Andrews
    Kelli Andrews 5 months ago

    Peanut Butter, Marshmallow Creme And Banana s !!!!!

  • J Paterson
    J Paterson 5 months ago +1

    How come you called this New Jersey when theHutchinson's Candy bag says New Hampshire? Can't you read? Salt Water Taffy was created on the boardwalks of NJ not this copy cat shit!

    • Paw Printss
      Paw Printss 4 months ago

      J Paterson yes!! I’ve never seen maple taffy in NJ. You have to get the authentic stuff on the boardwalk!

  • Jacob Parker
    Jacob Parker 5 months ago

    Totally should have added Berger cookies from Baltimore.

  • Me Justme
    Me Justme 5 months ago +1

    "FluffyNutter.. Thats a State Sandwich?" "Oh, god. Its like all states took sandwiches and this was last one left." HAHA! I love these Guys!! I personally ate so many p.b.&f..n. as a kid. So did my Nephews, Big time Fav! 💖 Love these videos! 💖

  • Colette Bembenek
    Colette Bembenek 5 months ago

    Taffy is said as 'taffy'; whereas 'toffee' has an 'o', see now Irish critics?