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Terry Black’s BBQ

I think this would be the absolutely best example of “real Teaxas bbq” Starting with the size of the portions and the beautiful sides! I suggest the Pork ribs, Beef (Dino rib), pork sausage with cheese and jalapeño, Beef Brisket ! As for the sides Corn bread, the chili beans with Brisket chunks, and the homemade Mac and cheese. Give the Irish a taste of Texas!


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Canadian Desserts!

I saw a video where you tried Canadian cookies, they were all Celebration brand. We can do so much better than that! There are some droolworthy Canadian Desserts that are unique from different regions of Canada and the homemade versions are totally worth it.

Butter tarts *must be a proper homemade one. There is a lot of variety just in butter tart styles. We have numerous butter tart festivals in Ontario! Big debate whether raisins or pecans should be included.
Nanaimo bar
Sucre a la creme (kind of like tablet or fudge)
Sugar pie (Tarte au Sucre)
Saskatoon berry pie
Beaver tail
Pouding Chomeur (Poor man’s pie)
Flapper pie
Sticky toffee pudding
Newfoundland Snowballs

Just to name a few. Will send you recipes if needed!



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Sippin Cream

I would love to see Dermot’s reaction to a Peanut Butter flavored alcoholic beverage!
These are some pretty crazy flavors they have going on. Straight from the Appalachian Mountains of the USA!

Appalachian Sippin’ Cream

I am an Irish American living in Northern NY and very much enjoy your Channel
Bill Mahar (Last name was Meagher but got Americanized in 1840 at Immigration)


You have had Domino’s….you have had Papa John….and you have had Pizza Hut. The Big 3 are complete. But what about Milano? It would be interesting to see how it holds up against the competition. Bring it to the people 🙂


Greggs offers many variations – both sweet and savoury. And everyone of your fans loves a new food video ;).


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Hercules Candy


these people have “different ” candies

American ice cream flavors

See https://stacker.com/food-drink/21-most-popular-ice-cream-flavors-america for America’s favorite flavors. Secondary idea, Tryers try to make homemade ice cream and sundae’s. Add home made booze ice creams and other flavor shttps://gypsyplate.com/the-best-ice-cream-recipes/ close supplier for maker shttps://www.amazon.co.uk/s?k=ice+cream+maker&crid=2LM7D2N4D14DQ&sprefix=Ice+cream+%2Caps%2C235&ref=nb_sb_ss_ts-doa-p_1_10 1lt production, put in 1lt plastic tup for freezing, 3 different flavors per test.

New Mexico, USA

Have you ever tried New Mexico, USA hot Chiles? These are grown in Hatch NM. Sounds like chili but spelled correctly it is Chile. It can be eaten green or red and comes mild, hot, fire. Many ways to make it. That is the variety in how it’s served. Topping grilled on burgers, made as a stew, salsa, smother burritos.


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Sweetest sweetener 20,000x sweeter than sugar

There’s a sweetener called advantame that’s 20,000 times sweeter than sugar. One teaspoon of advantame is equivalent to over 400 cups of sugar. Another option is neotame, which is 8,000 times sweeter than sugar. If you open a bag of it indoors, the air smells sweet for days. People take a tiny pinch of it, put it in water, then add drops to what they want to sweeten. Maybe you could have some fun with it? If Amazon won’t ship it to Ireland, maybe try Alibaba?


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Freakin’ How’d from ‘Bama!

I’m not Amish, but I grew up in Amish country, (North central Ohio), and I grew up eating Amish food. I think that this would be an entertaining segment for your channel.


Why do I think it would be a good video for TRY:
For starters- the Amish are famous for their cheese – Some of the finest, smoothest, and most wonderfully flavoured in the world. I would suggest BABY SWISS CHEESE.

DANDELION SALAD – Yup. We’d go cut the leaves of dandelions and make a warm, sweet, salty, and sour dressing of bacon bits and fat, sugar, and vinegar. (Salt and pepper to taste).

The Amish are also very resourceful and use as much of the animal as possible. Hence, HEAD CHEESE. Now calm down, I know what you’re thinking. It’s actually a gelatinous loaf made from different parts of the pig’s head.

SOUSE is a type of Head Cheese with vinegar.

COW’S TONGUE – Don’t laugh. I grew up eating Tongue Sandwiches.

And for dessert…
SHOOFLY PIE – No, there aren’t any insects in it. It’s actually a (slightly gooey) Molasses Cake baked in a Pie Shell. No kidding. It’s the best of both worlds: A Cake in a Pie!

There’s many more traditional Amish Foods, so even if some of these won’t work for you then a quick search online will provide you with a list of foods common in the Amish communities.

I hope you will consider this suggestion for a segment.

Thanks for everything y’all do. I enjoy your videos, very much.