Kids Try3 seasons, 40 episodes
Watch what happens when kids try popular foods from the past 100 years. "Kids Try" shows how today's children react to meals from yesteryear whether it be pies, cakes, cookies, candy, sandwiches, Thanksgiving dishes, or Christmas desserts. Their stirring responses will have you trying not to laugh.
Kids Try - Season 3
CuisinesIn this episode of "Kids Try Food", the kids try 100 years of expensive foods. Let's see how kids eat and react to raw oysters, frog legs provençale, shrimp cocktail, lobster thermidor, beef wellington with Madeira truffle sauce, truffled tagliatelle with truffle butter and shaved truffles, caviar and egg, seared foie gras with cherry gastrique, Barclay prime wagyu cheesesteak with yellow label Veuve Clicquot, Manila Social Club 24K golden Cristal Ube donut.
CuisinesIn this episode of "Kids Try Food," the kids try hot dogs from around the country including the Reindeer Dog from Alaska, a Corn dog from Minnesota, the Half Smoke from Ben's Chili Bowl in Washington D.C., the Texas Tommy from Pennsylvania, the Sonoran from Arizona, the Seattle Dog from Washington, the Chicago Dog from Illinois, the Scrambled Dog from Georgia, and the Cheese Coney from Ohio.
CuisinesIn this episode of "Kids Try Food", the kids try rice dishes from around the world. For this taste test, the kids react to 8 treasure rice pudding from China, horchata from Mexico, dosas from India, pulut hitam from Malaysia, dolmas (stuffed grape leaves) from Greece, risotto from Italy, tahdig from Iran, jambalaya from the US, paella from Spain and mochi from Japan.
CuisinesIn this episode of "Kids Try Food", the kids try burgers from around the country. For this taste test, the kids react to the Jucy Lucy from Minnesota, the Frita Cubana from Miami, Hawaii's infamous Loco Moco, the Impossible burger made in California, New Mexico's Green Chili burger, North Carolina's Slaw Burger, White Castle's original sliders, Montana's Nutburger, Iowa's Loose Meat Sandwich, and Colorado's Pueblo Slopper.
CuisinesIn this episode of "Kids Try Food", the kids try uncommon, exotic, and unusual meats from different regions of America like fried alligator balls from Louisiana, fried rattlesnake from Oklahoma, chislic from South Dakota, caribou chili from Alaska, southern fried quail from Georgia, fried squirrel from West Virginia, quail poppers from Texas, Burgoo stew, Brunswick stew, pemmican (bison jerky) and more.
CuisinesEverybody likes potatoes and every country has their own way of preparing them! Kids react to exotic potato dishes from all over the world, including sui-to-poteto from Japan, poutine from Canada and more!
CuisinesWatch as kids try and react to some of the most famous foods from cartoons, including krabby patties from Spongebob Squarepants, d'oh-nuts from The Simpsons, canned spinach from Popeye, roasted chicken from Tom and Jerry, dino ribs from The Flintstones, fruitcake from Peppa Pig, peanut butter and sauerkraut sandwiches from The Loud House, fish tacos from Rocket Power, Chimicherrychanga from My Little Pony and strawberry shortcake from Strawberry Shortcake.
CuisinesWatch as kids try and react to some of the most famous foods from cartoons, including Butterbeer from Harry Potter, dessert pasta from Elf, steamed buns from Kung Fu Panda, ratatouille from Ratatouille and more.
CuisinesWatch as kids try and react to 100 years of school lunches! Which decade featured boiled steak in school lunches? When were kids routinely served liver loaf?
CuisinesWatch as kids try and react to some of the most iconic amusement park foods, including candy apples, chocolate covered bacon, corn dogs, turkey legs, fried dough, and more. This video is presented to you by Samsung.
CuisinesWatch as kids try and react to some of the most famous foods from video games, including shield potions from Fortnite, power pellets from Pac-Man, mushrooms from Super Mario Bros, cake from Portal, carrots from Minecraft, irradiated mac & cheese from Fallout, gummy bear pancakes from The Sims, wall turkey from Castlevania, venison jerky from The Oregon Trail and sweet rolls from Skyrim.
PeopleWatch as kids try and react to some of the most famous foods from children's books, including Green Eggs and Ham, Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs, The Very Hungry Caterpillar, Dragons Love Tacos, Winnie-the-Pooh, Curious George Goes to a Chocolate Factory, The Giant Jam Sandwich, The Gruffalo and The Monster Who Ate My Peas.
CuisinesWatch as kids try and react to some of the most famous foods from fairy tales, including 'The Gingerbread Man,' 'The Tiger and the Dried Persimmon,' 'Goldilocks and the Three Bears,' 'Hansel and Gretel,' 'Momotaro,' 'Anansi and the Talking Melon,' 'Peter Rabbit,' 'The Blue Corn Maiden,' 'Rapunzel' and 'Alice in Wonderland.'
PeopleYou may not have guessed it, but every 'Kids Try' video to this point was a test to see which kids demonstrated a sophisticated understandings of complex dishes and showed a strong, yet subtle vocabulary for all things culinary. Now these kids face their greatest challenge yet: guessing if cookies are homemade or store-bought. Are they up to the task?
CuisinesWe challenged a bunch of kids to see if they could tell the difference between store-bought and homemade pastas. We test their tastebuds on mac and cheese, ravioli, spaghettios, lasagna and baked ziti.
PeopleWe challenged a bunch of kids to see if they could tell the difference between store-bought and homemade cakes. We test their tastebuds on chocolate, pound, cheese, crumb and ice cream cake.
PeopleWatch as a bunch of kids try 10,000 years of one of the oldest cooked foods known to man: bread. Whether it's unleavened flatbread from around 8000 BC, sourdough bread from 2500 BC or scones from 1500 AD, these kids try them all.