Americans Try Bizarre American Foods

Americans Try Bizarre American Foods


– What? – [Voiceover] Lady’s Brunch. – Oh, hell yeah. – Ladies eat this? – Who eats this thing? – So, it looks like it’s
just a regular cheeseburger except there’s egg, bacon, and of course, a Krispy Kreme as the bun. – Let’s do this. – Whoa. – It tastes pretty much exactly how you think it would taste. – It’s delicious. Is it an innovation on
a standard burger? No. – It looks like a peanut butter sandwich but there’s white on it? – Is that Marshmallow Fluff? – This better not be
mayonnaise and peanut butter. – Whoa. That’s not Marshmallow Fluff. – Is it mayonnaise? – That’s mayonnaise and peanut butter. – This is mayonnaise? – It’s actually good. – Better than I thought it would be. – [Voiceover] When you
first told me Scrapple, I thought it was going to be a drink. – It’s like trimmings
and stuff. It’s fried. – It smells like meat. It doesn’t have a bad flavor but it has a really weird texture. – Just to, it has a winning
formula for human food; fat, meat, put that on fire, and you got delicious. – [Voiceover] So here, we have olive loaf. – This looks like a cartoon food. – It’s the meat equivalent
of a fruitcake, right? – I mean, I don’t know
why it’s just olive. There should be other
things embedded in it, like even more meat. – Oh my God. – Nope. Definitely no. – Yeah, it’s like really
salty, but I don’t hate it. – I don’t know when you would be like, “Oh, give me olive loaf,” as opposed to, “Give me ham, or give me Spam, or give me turkey or anything else.” – Olive loaf. It’s better than bologna. – [Voiceover] Oh, are
these Kool-Aid pickles? – What? – What the f- – I hate pickles but I love Kool-Aid. – Just purely from an
aesthetic standpoint, this is beautiful. – Good. – I’ve never eaten like
a full pickle before, like I take one bite and spit it out, but I’m going to eat this whole pickle. I bit my tongue. F- – Better than a normal pickle? Yeah.