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  • - I like a secret redneck.

  • - Yeah.

  • (upbeat music)

  • Whatever we do the south goes way harder.

  • Just like all decadent as (bleep).

  • They're like you eat it,

  • and then it's just nap time.

  • - I'm really excited for sweet tea,

  • because I feel like ladies like sweet tea,

  • and I've always wanted to be a lady.

  • - [man in plaid shirt] Oprah?

  • Oh Okra.

  • What's okra?

  • - This is okra dude.

  • It's a--

  • - Okay, I thought it was animal.

  • - It looks like a banana pepper.

  • What do they call it?

  • Pepperoncinis?

  • - Why don't you like okra?

  • - It's so slimy.

  • It's disgusting.

  • - [woman on right] Yeah. - [woman on left] Mmm.

  • - I love a good pickle.

  • - [woman with long brown hair] What's this?

  • A little peanut?

  • - [woman with purple hair] Yeah, a little peanut.

  • - [woman with long brown hair] Little peanuts?

  • - It looks like a cartoon of

  • like what a little poop would look like.

  • Doesn't it?

  • - Ew, it's slimy.

  • - I don't like that it's wet.

  • - Mmm,mm,mm,mm,mm,mm.

  • - It feels like a bean.

  • - It's salty,

  • and it's (bleep) (mumbles).

  • - I like it a lot.

  • - I am pleasantly surprised.

  • I am not gonna lie.

  • - [Voiceover] Liver mush.

  • It looks like burnt toast.

  • - A weird brownie, that's what it feels like.

  • - It smells pretty good.

  • - I'm not mad at it.

  • Maybe it would be with ketchup or like a sauce.

  • - You're not mad at it?

  • - Uh-uh.

  • - Yeah, it's like a sandier cousin of the hamburger.

  • - I could see myself cuttin' open one of these biscuits,

  • putting it in there.

  • - Can you give us like five minutes?

  • I just wanna finish eating.

  • - [Voiceover] Country ham

  • - It's not your typical deli ham you see in the supermarket.

  • - This is like

  • ham.

  • - You guys are on some next level (bleep) here.

  • - It's like a hug from the Lord.

  • It's delicious.

  • - Mm.

  • - [both] Mm, mm, mm.

  • Mm, mm, mm.

  • - What would happen if I replaced my morning coffee

  • with this gravy?

  • - Oh here's something that tastes good.

  • I know what we'll do.

  • We'll soak it in butter and gravy.

  • Oh, you're a genius.

  • - [woman with long brown hair] Oh it's a moon pie.

  • - (bleep) yes.

  • - Oh my (bleep).

  • - (bleep) yes.

  • - Who needs something this big?

  • There's like three cookies in one.

  • - Looks like a s'more on steroids.

  • - Oh, try and take this away from me.

  • - That's probably the thickest cookie I've ever had.

  • - It's a lot to bite into.

  • - I could see like every third grader in the south

  • like just having one of these in their lunch boxes.

  • - This is something where I'm like,"Oh I like this."

  • Is this the best thing I've ever eaten?

  • No, but if you tried to take it away from me

  • I would kill you.

  • - I think all southern food feels like

  • it's prepared with love.

  • - I think there's something to be said for this food

  • in moderation.

  • - You're worried about your arteries.

  • - California needs to step it up a little bit.

  • - I know.

  • We're like--

  • Everything that we're doing is like,

  • "How can we add kale to it?"

  • (bleep) that.

  • Give me sugar ham.

  • - Yeah.

  • - I think southern food makes you happy while you eat it,

  • and then right afterwards you're like,

  • "All right, nap time."

  • - And then you're happy while you nap.

  • (laughter)

  • Then you wake up you're cranky,

  • and you just eat again and you're happy.

  • (laughter)

- I like a secret redneck.

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Americans Try Southern Food For The First Time

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    廖詩愉   posted on 2015/03/07
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