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Avocado everything

Try Avocado everything: drinks, food, treats etc

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Non alcohol beers

I’ve just seen where Guinness has come out with a non alcohol beer and here in the United States many craft breweries are coming out with non alcohol beers as well. I would love to see what your teams think of some of these.

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Try Virginia Fudge!

In the small town of Luray, VA is the Luray Fudge Company. It is located right next to the Luray Caverns! It has fresh, homemade, delicious fudge made daily and so many different flavors to try! It melts in your mouth and it’s the perfect compliment to any meal!

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Cool With Justin Wilson

Set up the cast to cook along with Justin Wilson. There are tons of videos on YouTube that span Justin Wilson’s prolific career. There’s tons of possibilities for back and forth comedy with Justin’s cajun jokes and anecdotal stories. I would suggest a gumbo episode.

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Would you be interested..

So, I’m the pain proof woman in a travelling sideshow in the US, and I was wondering if you’d ever consider doing a mini series of Americans try?
Performance has been rough since COVID, and there’s a TON of fire spinners, burlesquers, sideshow performers, musicians and gamers who live your show and would EXTRA love being a part of it over here.
Guaranteed weirdos! Lol!

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Irish People Try legalized marijuana i Fresno California with Granny B 😊

The kids from Irish People Try legalized marijuana in sunny Fresno California in Granny B’s backyard during the fall harvest! Unofficial and unconventional pot party featuring several wonderful strains using the Volcano Vaporizer, Roor water pipe, plain glass pipes and old fashioned rolled joints

*karaoke/open mic 🎤 available during the edibles/dinner session 🥰

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American Try

Americans try things, including Irish things.

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Tim Horton’s

Canada’s pride and joy. Enjoy a classic Double Double (coffee with 2 cream/2 sugar), maple dip and chocolate dip donuts, Timbits, an Iced Capp and Justin Beiber’s Timbeibs. A road trip staple since 1964. Now available in Belfast and Bangor, NI.

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Same Foods From Different States

As a lad from the U.S. and a tremendous fan of your videos it occurred to me that from what I’ve observed you don’t ever try the same foods from different states or areas of the U.S. for example if you took BBQ pork ribs from Texas (which I have seen in your video’s) and compared them to BBQ pork ribs from Missouri, Kansas, or Tennessee you would find that even though they’re all BBQ pork ribs they’ll all have vastly different flavors, and even different restaurant chains within the same regions vary their styles to stand out from their competition by being more or less spicy, more or less sweet, or more or less savory. It is not just BBQ either, various dishes like stews or soups differ by region or state. Look at clam chowder for instance the two prevalent ones are Boston Clam Chowder and Manhattan Clam Chowder which are extremely different but were created less than 200 miles from each other. The reason I’d like to see more comparisons of the same American foods is because I notice the differences in some of the tryer’s tastes (pallets) and am curious if they might find some of the same foods more pleasing when made with different recipe’s like rubs instead of sauces. I would also like to add that I’d like to see a video comparing homemade alcohol be it wine, beer, shine, or whiskey. I also hope that I don’t need to have Feature Tags or a file to upload to be considered because I don’t. Thank you for all you do and the hours of wonderfully joyous entertainment!

Grappa

Grappa is made from pomace, which is the leftovers from making wine. You should get your people to do a grappa tasting. It’d be great.