Irish People Try American Sandwiches

Irish People Try American Sandwiches


Sandwiches!!! Sandwiches and I can’t wait, I really really need to eat. I haven’t eaten in days in preparation for this. -It’s steak and cheese with onion -yeah Ah! So good -There’s tons of it -…lots of meat – It’s meat cause Americans are meaty aren’t they? What’s not to like you know. You got meat, cheese. Is there cheese in it? Absolutely stunning! -Okay I was always hoping we’ll get one of those. -A Philly cheese steak. Is it called a Philly steak sandwich because the cows are from Philadelphia? -You wouldn’t wanna be… on the first date. -Yeah – So, how are you doing? So this is gonna be one of these rare Facts videos where everything’s going to be great? It looks like something from the inside of the drain pipe between two slices of bread It’s not very inventive is it? Like, Hey ma what did you make today. Well… What do we have… Here’s some bread. Shut up.Here’s some meat. It’s like a burger without all the accoutrement that you need. It’s not even that bad, it’s just a mess It’s very tasty. But you know it’s not good for your arteries. It does need more, it needs cheese. Is that like going sloppy Joe? Is this prawn? Prawn sandwiches are… I thought that was a very British thing Nope It gets nicer the more I eat. It gets way nicer the more I eat. -Sauce is kind of unusual, isn’t it? what is the sauce? -Oh! Back taste! A bit of burger sauce Shrimp Po boy. Oh okay, I knew I had it. -The common man sandwich. -Yeah – I like it. The little Po Boy This… I immediately think, straight away, it looks really really good cause it’s got pickles. And this. What’s this here? this look like Yoda’s penis It’s smells like… vinegar You know what? It’s pretty good Not great. Okay now… It’s kinda slowly… Okay no. -Mustard, pastrami, pickle. -Ah, it’s pastrami, yeah mustard -That’s it. When I had it, it just felt like ham and mustard…Ah, that’s nice and then all of the sudden it just started getting more sour like Good, I don’t usually eat raw meat but if I had to I would eat that. -Oh common! peanut butter and jam. -Never tried it. -Huge fan. -We have peanut butter, we have jam. -(both) It’s called jam. Americans’ national identity is strongly attached to that. -No, oh my god. -No? I’m sorry if that’s attached to your national identity It’s awful. It’s nice actually, it’s very sticky, isn’t it? I love it cause I think it’s like savory mixed with sweet and it’s pretty great, you know? *Both dancing and singing fabulously* It’s peanut butter jelly time! Peanut butter jelly time. Peanut butter jelly, peanut butter jelly -You know, the variety is what makes sandwiches so special. -Exactly, you can do so much. -You can literally. Like, I could take two pieces of bread and put Blaithin head in between and she is a sandwich. Nobody has a mouth big enough to eat my head.

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    Terrill Van Dyke

    "Sandwiches from the U.S." … not "sandwiches from america" … NO country is labeled "america" – America is a continent NOT a country; How stupid are people from "the continent of " … Ireland ?? – – see it makes no sense! Use proper grammar; or stay home !

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    Daniel Horcajada

    The worst place in the world that I have been regarding food is by far Ireland and I've been in USA, UK, Portugal, Spain, Andorra, France, Holand, Turkey, Morocco, Italy, Malta, Egypt and México. Not so many countries to compare I know, but the only one were I starved and the food was shit was Ireland. I still have nightmares :-). And from best to worst IMHO are Spain, France, México, Portugal, Turkey, Italy, Egypt, Morocco, Andorra, USA, UK, Holand, Malta and Ireland.

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    tash tash

    I'm an American I don't no who made those sandwiches they look gross I had better looking sandwiches then those yall need to go to authentic restaurants where that's there specialty…

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    Ski Skrt

    Brits have no fucking grasp on Americans what so ever y’all always think shit is attached to ALL Americans culture, each city in each state of America has their own way of doing things, literally the same as the rest of the world idk what’s so hard to understand about that, one sandwich or one staple meal does NOT connect to the whole of Americans. People in the south eat different than northerners, same for Midwest people and same for the west/coastal areas, we DONT SHARE SIMILARITIES

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    lisah126

    Never had a pastrami on rye and I lived in newyork for 16 years. I dont really like pb&j either. It's more of a crappy thing you eat when your a kid.

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    JStarStar00

    15/16 of my great great grandparents came over from Ireland during the Potato Famine from 1847-1865. If they had Philly cheesesteak sammitches or PBJ, they would have stayed in Ireland.

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    rh1507

    Look I have adopted my Dad's method for the PB & Jelly I had when I was a kid. Get out the peanut butter and jelly and the bread. Toast the two slices of bread then apply the peanut butter and jelly. It's still good today as it was in the 80's and a little of the 90's.

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    Rebekah Courtney רבקה

    Peanut butter sammies without jelly and no edges makes me miss my momma !!! And makes me taste buds sing

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    David Craig

    I like my PBJ's with lightly toasted bread still warm to make the creamy peanut butter melt with either apple jelly, strawberry jam, or just plain honey. A must, some whole milk or chocolate works for me.

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    Fethry Duck

    Funny they let people taste American food who eat Irish Stew! Waoh 🤤🤤 Better take some people from Italy or France to judge American Food.

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    Luke Phillips

    I am absolutely prepared to enlist and go to war to absolutely crush the pathetic fucking Irish and their non-existent military over their disrespect of the pb&j. Please Donald trump if you see this let’s erase Ireland forever for this offense.

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    SvenTviking

    Why THE FUCK does a women, take a SANDWICH, (a dish designed for the utter convenience of consumption, pick up, put to mouth, bite, put sandwich down), then pick it up and start pulling the fucking thing to pieces with her fingers? Making the thing messy to eat, less attractive and totally wasteful of effort?
    No man does that!

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    Mrs. Moose

    We have jam in the USA too. Jam and jelly are two different things.

    Jelly is made from fruit juice.
    Jam is made from fruit mash.

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    Ice Viking

    I still have no palate for Rye bread. Just not for me. Love pastrami however. One of my favorite deli meats next to black pepper cracked turkey.

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    Phinehas Priest

    No, Irish, jelly is not jam.
    Jam is made with the whole fruit which is heated, mashed smooth.
    Jelly is made with fruit juice only. Thus jelly is sweeter with a stronger flavor.

    In the US we have jelly, jam, preserves, marmalade, and butters. Apparently unlike the Irish, we know what each is.

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    Cary Baxter

    Pastrami is not raw meat; it's cured meat. The pink color is due to the nitrates used to cure the meat according to an old Jewish recipe. Nitrates are why ham is pink, otherwise, ham would be grey. Pastrami sandwiches are popular in New York City, but much less popular elsewhere, but it is a classic "deli" dish that is famous.

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    interminably perplexed

    Pitiful representations of all sandwiches. Maybe the pb&j was probably pretty normal, but I wouldn't want the rest the way the looked either.

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    Jessica Gonzalez

    Creamy peanut butter, and home made strawberry jam…. so good!
    Also a proper sloppy joe requires cheese and pickles, and way more sauce. They weren't messy enough.

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    Taylor Williamson

    You guys need to stop “researching” what we eat on a computer and you need to actually come over here to see everything. They dont even know what it is.

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    Paul Cumming

    Jesus, I live in Philly and I was upset with that. I’m from Ireland. The expressions are pretty funny but all these shows need a proper chef and I’ve worked in restaurants over here for 20 years. Still funny though.

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    Nichele Mason

    To think you consider Americans to be wholehearted PB and J eaters is stupid. And the Po Boy Shrimp sandwich Ive never heard of and looks gross!

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