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Irish People Taste Test Southern Desserts



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  1. Southern desserts made by Irish cooks…
    Bless your heart.

    no banana pudding
    pecan pie is a deep-dish pie with a butter crust. There's supposed to be more of the mush that the tasters wanted. WTF was with your pie crust?
    strawberry shortcake is served on shortcake, not a biscuit. It's supposed to have the texture and taste of a fluffy pound cake. You'd legit get slapped if you served it on a biscuit, even if it was a good southern biscuit.

    SMH

  2. Amazing they didnt give them apple pie with vanilla ice cream sprinkled with cinnamon. That is the southern dessert I remember most growing up down south. Well that and banana pudding with wafer cookies.

  3. I lived in the south all my life and never ate any of that stuff except Pecan Pie and
    strawberry Shortcake. I think this must have been produced by a Yankee. Some of that stuff is more of what you might find up north.

  4. Pecan is pronounced "puhcaun" not "pee-can". A pee-can is a can you keep in the tent while winter camping, so you don't have to go out in the snow at night. God bless Texas, y'all.

  5. When I was in college there was a German student (this was in Pennsylvania). she got introduced to peanut butter and took home about ten jars and gained about 30 pounds that year. She was obsessed with it.

  6. It’s obvious that true southerners didn’t make that food. We don’t put pecans in peach cobbler. Chocolate n peanut butter cake isn’t southern. Banana pudding,pecan pie, sweet potato pie, custard pie peach or a berry cobbler, red velvet cake, vanilla cake with homemade fudge or peanut butter frosting are southern desserts.

  7. The Irish (and Scots) should take note: Southern US accent is directly descended from yours. All of the "good" English people stayed up north, whereas the South was peopled by Scots and Irish.

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