Kids Try Christmas Food From Around the World | Kids Try | HiHo Kids

Kids Try Christmas Food From Around the World | Kids Try | HiHo Kids

– Where’s the coin? (laughs) I don’t see the coin here. – So that was a sick joke! (playful music) – Hello there. – You know, Christmas morning, oh my Gosh, it’s Christmas. And then I rush down the stairs, usually, my mom and dad
would still be sleep. – Sometimes. – A lot of stuff,
different kinds of stuff. – Yes. – [Boy] Mmm, that smells like bacon. That’s bacon, I know that’s bacon, I know that’s bacon. – I just know it’s bacon! [Woman] Alright, open your eyes. – I’m eating all of this. (woman laughs) What the heck is this? – Is it edible? – Oh my Gosh. – Blindfold! – I’mma devour this. – From England? – Like London and stuff? – Oh, it’s where the King lives! Queen, and King. – Oh my Gosh! – Bacon and sausage? I like bacon. – [Boy] What? Carrots? – This is a bone that’s been
cooked in the oven for 62 days. – Parshnet? – Pars-pip? – Humus. – What? It doesn’t taste like
anything, what is it? – Why would you make sauce out of bread? – We should have a King of Sriracha. – Of course- I already am. I’m the King of Sriracha. Pip pip, thank you. – What’s this? – Is it some sort of
pudding made out of, like, like, the same kinda stuff fig bars are made out of? – It’s Chinese! We have some fortune cookies. – Some noodles. – Fried rice, I’mma put
Sriracha on my fried rice. – It’s Chinese food. – But, it’s like, Chinese food. – Wait, what? – You’re Jewish? – Fortune cookie! (laughing) – Wow! – Bulgaria? I’ve heard of it. – It’s a rock? – Are you supposed to
crack that open and eat it? – Totally a rock! – I can’t break it. – I still don’t know what it is. – Some sort a pie. Actually a huge bagel. – It just scares me, it looks like someone’s about to come out. (“Flight of the Bumblebee”) – Where’s the coin? A coin, a coin… (laughing) I don’t see the coin here. – I know. But I wanna have good luck. – So that was a sick joke! – Wow, that’s a lot. – What the heck is that? – What the heck is a tamale? Tastes like mashed potatoes. Where are you supposed to eat this? – It’s super juicy. – Chicken tamale is spicy. – Is tamale spicy? – No it’s not. Is this freakin’ whiskey, or something? Alcohol or somethin’? – Or just like syrup? – Pour, pour, pour, stop! Stop! – Your turn. – Tastes like a honeycomb. – I don’t like it. – What? – Yup. – Ooh, this is… – And it matches! – You can never have too
much of Jesus’s Birthday. – Amazing! Have a awesome Christmas year! – Be thankful, be grateful
that you have a life. Because Christmas isn’t
all about presents. It’s all about being together and happiness, and kindness. Merry Christmas from Cavalli Davis.

100 thoughts on “Kids Try Christmas Food From Around the World | Kids Try | HiHo Kids”

  1. That little girl is so pretty I love watching these little kids 😊😊 I can never put my daughter to do this she is the slowest eater LMFAO

  2. Okay but like .. I am from Bulgaria and I've never heard of koliva 🤣

    An update : so I googled it turns out I just haven't heard it in english and I had this before. Its actually boiled wheat often made with sugar , lemon or lemon zest and cinnamon BUT we never eat it for Christmas. Its actully made for funerals and other sad events like that. 🙂

  3. I'm bulgarian
    Bruh y u looking for the coin you have to get lucky to get it you can't just search for it and also you give each family member a peice and then you put a few pieces aside for Jesus for the house for the car etc.

  4. In Denmark we eat:
    •Flæskesteg (Pig)
    •Brune Kartofler (Caramelized Potatos)
    •And (Duck)
    •Rødkål (Red Cabbage)
    •Risalamande med Kirsebær Sovs (Rice Pudding with a Hidden Almond, And You Eat It With Cherry Sauce)
    •Risengrød (Also a Rice Pudding That You Eat With Cinnamon and Butter)

  5. My family does the coin bread thing but instead of a coin it's like a plastic small baby and if it's in your slice you have to do something

  6. Did anybody notice the boy in the green shirt and glasses he did the middle finger 🖕🏻😂🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

  7. I've never had Chinese take out for xmas dinner. Wtf?
    Sounds more like someone who is lonely and depressed would have on xmas day.
    Xmas dinner is usually like Thanksgiving dinner except with ham instead of turkey.

  8. me i come from france and i grew up eating what is called "buche de noel" and in english we say it as "Christmas log"

  9. Her: I'm Jewish
    The boy: You can never have too much of Jesus's birthday
    Her: T R I G G E R E D
    (Jewish people don't believe in jesus )

  10. In the koledna pitka you're not supposed to find a coin! You're supposed to find it in the banitsa that is eating at new year night! And I don't think that is called koliva, I think is halva! However good video, keep it up!👌👌👌

  11. hey i thought it was really shitty of you to only tell Ethan he used Charm and Personality to his advantage and not his sister

  12. You are right adout mexico becauce that is what my family eats evry chrismas my. family is mexican comit if your family is mexican⬇⬇

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