Christmas Foods | American Kids Try Food from Around the World – Ep 10 | Kids Try | Cut


Fried chicken. Fried chicken. Fried chicken. Fried chicken. Fried chicken. This is not what you call fried chicken! Can I open my eyes? Mmmm. Lobster! Lobster! Lobster! I don’t know what that
is and I don’t wanna know. I kind of see like, like little spikes. It looks like there’s eyes in here. It feels like shrimp, and I love shrimp. Yum! Won’t get poked. Hey, it’s not alive, Justin. But those eyes are looking at me. Is that shrimp? (breathing determinedly) Yes. Okay, nope, it’s greasy, okay. I’ve seen my mom peel
the shrimp a lots of times, so I’m gonna see if I can
remember how to do it, so, okay, do that, then I give up. To celebrate the birth of Jesus. Is this meat or something? It tastes like it’s meat. Yuuuum! (gasping excitedly) Sweet mama! Water please! This is Christmas, still? Japan? I hope I’m right for this one. The donkeys and the elephants. Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. I think Donald Trump’s the elephant, and Hillary Clinton’s the donkey. You can take this away now. No! ‘Cause I don’t like it. Yes! Yes! This is happening! This is happening! Is this KFC chicken?! Santa Claus! I’m not gonna eat the Santa Claus. Sorry, Santa. My tummy’s pretty big. No it’s not, look! Yum! This is happening! Yes! (sniffs bucket) This is happening! This is happening! This is happening! This is my favorite piece. I wish my dad. Okay! I think… (sniffs bucket) This is a brilliant country
that eats chicken for Christmas. A brilliant country! (crunchy chewing) They have to go to the other half of the world to just get this? (inhaling)
(chewing) – I’m gonna get really hyper after this. Inside the cake there’s more strawberry. – I think that’s a smart idea. Japan rocks! Every time you say Japan
rocks I scoot it away from you.

100 thoughts on “Christmas Foods | American Kids Try Food from Around the World – Ep 10 | Kids Try | Cut

  1. I'm Dominican, and that doesn't like one of our dishes! Lmfao. I was so confused when the put those plates on the table.

  2. He said go to the other half of the world the kid meant America and the adults said that they went to Japan and got fried chicken

  3. Hello, i’m from Dominican Republic and actually when we do Rice with coconut milk we do it white not yellow, when do it yellow we put some corn, not coconut milk, and another fact is that we don’t eat that at all that in Christmas, we eat “pastelon de Platano maduro” “lasagna” “arepitas de yuca” “arroz navideño” etc

  4. bro this boy in red has little problem right ?! why can't you see anything and it's already crazy 😁😄hugs from Brazil

  5. So cute! But the christmas meal in Dominican Republic always depend the city and the family. I know because I'm from and live in Dominican Republic.
    On christmas my family like to cook roast chicken and pork, spaghetti style Dominican, Russian salad, baguett bread, empanadas de yuca(IDK how can I say in english) and to serve we put some fruits how: apple, grapes… and some dominican's candies 🇩🇴😍😍🤤

  6. Love this series…..so very cute….

    …….but without mentioning a name… the hyper youtuber – reaction of the one kid seems very insincere. Cringeworthy and painfull to watch.

    Nothing wrong with being excited and an extrovert…but he over – acted behaviour seems to be encouraged or coached.

  7. A estos morrillos les hace falta que les den de desayunar chetos con coca para que sepan lo que es tener hambre.

  8. I love the girl with the blonde hair who mistook dr for the elephants and the donkeys. She’s so smart and always makes the best and cutest comments. Loved her comments under the French food video « promise me you’ll never tell mommy I had wine » she is just the cutest

  9. "Why do you think people barbecue Christmas meals in New Zealand?"
    "To celebrate the birth of Jesus"

    well they're not wrong

  10. Uhh I was born in franceParis and I talk french and I fricking love france food of course bc. I live in france d duh

  11. In New Zealand we have a bbq because it’s summertime since we’re in an opposite hemisphere so it’s different seasons

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