Kids Try Christmas Food from Around the World (Round 3) | Kids Try | HiHo Kids
♪ Jingle bells ♪ ♪ Batman smells ♪ ♪ (Mumbles) ♪ ♪ I threw (mumbles) right off my sleigh ♪ ♪ And then I drive away ♪ ♪ Hey! ♪ – [Woman] I’m gonna have Christmas songs in my head all day now. (upbeat music) Hi guys! – Hi!
– Hi! – [Woman] What do you
guys do at Christmas time in your house? – We open presents and
we play in the snow. – We eat Christmas cookies. – We make cookies for Santa, carrots for the reindeer. – But I’m not sure if we’re gonna have carrots for the reindeer this year. – Of course we will! – Well I don’t know. – [Woman] Today we are going to find out what people eat at Christmas
time around the world. – I can’t wait to eat Christmas food! – I am terrified. – [Woman] Why are you terrified? – The smell when I walked in? Nope. (upbeat music) – [Woman] Three, two, one! Open your eyes! – Oh, what is this? – Oh! – Uh… – Soup? – Try it! – Seriously, no. – Try it, try it. – No thank you. – Just try it. (upbeat music) – You like it? – That’s pretty good. – [Woman] Every year in Greece, they like to eat this
soup on Christmas morning. – I never had soup for breakfast. – I’ve never had soup for breakfast. – [Woman] They also, on Christmas Eve, like to go door to door, and they sing carols. You guys know an Christmas carols? ♪ Jingle bells ♪ ♪ Jingle bells ♪ ♪ Jingle all the way ♪ ♪ Oh what fun it is to ride ♪ ♪ In a one horse open sleigh ♪ ♪ Hey! ♪ (upbeat music) – Ew. – Something on the inside of it. – This looks like some fish? Trout something? – Tuna?
– Tuna? Not tuna. It kinda looks like a snake. – Eel? – [Woman] You’re eating eel! Fried eel. – So you’re telling me that I just ate something that’s been in a nasty, dirty, most likely sewer filled lake, from Italy, and I just put that in my mouth? – [Woman] Well if you lived in Naples, in southern Italy, you would eat that eel every Christmas. – Well that I guess I’m not Italian. (upbeat music) – [Woman] All right, you
guys can open your eyes. – Whoa. – Weird. (crunching) – Tastes like a regular fish. (spitting) – That does not taste good at all. I’m gonna try a potato. – What does it taste like, Henry? – Those are good. – What are they? – Potatoes. – We love potatoes. – Just take bite, Adrian. – Okay. (rapid exhale) – Honey. – Container of honey. – I don’t want it to… (upbeat music) – I’m loving this bread. – Will, you want some of my bread? – No. – What? It’s good. (upbeat music) – What is this? (laughing) – I’m guessing there’s coconut on it? – I hate coconut. (laughing) – One, two, three. – This is a giant mess. – Mine. – No, mine. Naroma! – Can we have more brown sugar? (upbeat music) – What the…? – Are we eating this all? – Must be some type of cake or something. – But this one’s good. – It looks like a log. A log with mushrooms, and leaves, and then berries. – I’ve never eaten log before. – [Woman] First time for everything, huh? What do you like best
about Christmas in general? – Presents!
– I like the giving part. – I like hugs and kisses for Christmas. – How come you don’t give me any? – Ah! – [Brothers] Thank you for watching! Merry Christmas! – [Woman] Do you wanna
take us out with a song? ♪ Santa tell me ♪ ♪ If you’re really there ♪ ♪ Don’t make me fall in love again ♪ ♪ If you won’t be here next year ♪