– Mm hmm. – No, I’m just hungry. (laughs) (upbeat music) Hi, I’m Crystal! Today I’m trying food from Germany! – Hi, I’m Zander. – I’m Jacob. – No I am not. – Kinda. – It’s in Europe. They’ve had some hard times,
but they have a pretty progressive leadership currently. – Angela Merkel. – No I just knew that. – Yes! – Ja! (laughs) – [Crystal] This smells good, like pasta. – Pasta? I love pasta! Wait, is it pasta? – I think it’s some sort of potato. Like cheese. (moans) – It’s good! (grunts) – It is?
– Uh huh. – It doesn’t taste good. – This is so good. – It’s good. – German cheese pizza. – I’m usually not a fan of mac and cheese but this one got me. It’s delicious. – It’s actually not that
bad if you swallow it. – Oh, käsespätzle. – No. (laughs) – I like kajasmetsul. – Kasametshul. – I never heard of it. – Ah, it’s a sausage. Sauerkraut, Dijon. – Is this sausage? – Is that mustard? – And what it is this? – Oh, is it sauerkraut?
– Yeah. – Probably shouldn’t have
taken this big of a bite. – Hmm.
Mm Mm. It tastes different than the
sausages I eat in the morning. – I don’t want to know. – Oh, that’s disgusting. (laughs) – No. I’m just hungry. (laughs) – Ah, schnitzel. – I think it’s a breaded pork or chicken. Probably chicken. – Schichel. – Shitshal. – Shitsnal. – Schnitzel. – Shitsnal.
(laughs) – Alright. Now for the question. Is it pork or chicken? Yeah, it’s pork. Good thing it’s not passover anymore. – Oh my Lord, this looks amazing! It’s some sort of apple tart. – What is this? Is it pie? – Mm, apple pie. – It’s good! Good job! – Apfel Kuchen? – Oh, Apfel Kuchen. Do they grow a lot of apples in Germany? – They maybe got them
exported from Seattle. – This is really good! I want this to be taken home. – Thanks for watching me try German food! – What country should
we try food from next? Let us know. – Auf Wiedersehen!