字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント - Today we crown the barbecuiest of barbecue flavored snacks. - Let's talk about that. (fun theme music) (fire blazing) Good Mythical Summer. - Woop! A few weeks ago we sampled snacks that had sour cream and onion flavoring - Yeah. - In order to determine which one was most like the actual flavor. - And it was the crickets, the crickets won out. - Yeah, who knew they could get so sour creamy? - Yeah, they did. - Let's see if we're surprised again today when we set our sights on the most American of flavors. - Potentially. - Barbecue. It's time for Super Snack Flavor Match Barbecue Flavor Edition. - Okay, now as we have established on this show and in a song that we wrote a long time ago, barbecue is meat prepared in a very special way. - It's not a verb. - Right, and barbecue flavored things though, in America, usually are not trying to replicate the flavor of barbecued meat. - Right. - It's trying to replicate sauce. - Right. Which we have some here. - And usually it's like a Kansas City sauce. - Right which is - It's a sweet, - Thicker. - Hickory-ish. - [Link] Sweeter. - [Rhett] Sauce. - So we're tasting this now in order to establish a baseline with which to compare all of the snacks we're gonna taste today. - Right, and see which one gets the closest. Let's get started. (rock music) Okay, up first we have the classic Barbecue Lay's chips. When somebody says, "Give me some barbecue chips," you usually can't go wrong if you get Lay's. - This is the go to. - I mean, look. We've got the same exact thing happening in the real world and on the bag. - [Link] We don't have a hairy baster. - Do we have a hairy baster? - Where's the hairy baster? (laughs) There's all these people here and I'm looking at no one because I don't really want a hairy baster, it's just for comedy. - It was my nickname in high school. (laughs) Never gets old. - (chuckles) The thing that I noticed from eating the actual sauce was the bite. There's a bite that you can't neglect - Don't neglect the bite. - When comparing it to this. Now I was hoping I'd get one of those chips that's folded over 'cause those are the jam. - Like this one? (laughs) - Aw. You looked, man. You can't win the lottery by cheating. - Yeah. - That was a good chip. - It's better than the sauce. Isn't it better than the sauce? - See, what I'm gonna do is, I'm just gonna lick it. 'Cause I don't wanna taste the potato. - Here's a foldy. Here's a foldy with a baby chip coming out of it. - I ate the baby and I'mma lick the daddy. - Here's another foldy. (crew laughs) - Eat the baby and lick the daddy, kids. It's so good. Korde Busby on Twitter said, "Barbecue Lay's "are slap peach." - Makes me wanna slap a peach! - I think that means a butt. - This is really close, man. - Especially if you dip it in there. - Okay, so we're each giving these a one to 10 and then we're going to - It's very close. - Average between the two. - It's coming from the same exact place. - So smoky, it's got that bite. - I'm going with a - Eight. - Eight. Hey, that's what I was going to say. - We agree. - [Rhett] Eight. - So that's a total of 16. (rock music) Alright, now let's check out some David Jumbo Sunflower Seeds roasted and salted and then barbecue natural flavor added. No picture of sauce on it. - No. - Let me give you a little bit. I love the name David for a brand. It's like, "My son David has these sunflower seeds, you "really gotta try 'em. "What should we call 'em? "I think we're just gonna call 'em David." (laughs) - What if it was a tribute to somebody? - "Well, it's my son David. "He's dead. (laughs) "He died of sunflower overdose." - What if that's true, man? - "Eat, spit, be happy." Are you talkin'? - Yeah. Why'd you give me so many? - I love eatin' these when I'm fishing, gives me something to do besides fish with my father-in-law. - I'll be honest with you, they could just be salted and I wouldn't know the difference. - I cannot taste any barbecue sauce at all now that you mention the point of this episode. (crew laughs) Sorry, David. I don't taste any barbecue flavor in your sunflower seeds. - You don't know he's in heaven, man. He may have been a bad boy. - (laughs) How could anyone who makes this be bad? "I kept all of the barbecue sauce for myself but I still "labeled it barbecue flavored (laughs)." - Oh, he's from a different place now. - He's Lucifer himself. Alright. This is not barbecue. It's still great, David. - I give it a one. - Yeah, two. - Sorry, David. - [Link] It's a total of three. (rock music) - I've got high hopes for these because I love eating Fritos. Have you had the chili cheese Fritos? That's not what this is about but have you had those? - It's interesting because I've had those and I've had normal but I've actually never had barbecue Fritos. - Really? Oh, but the corn is really strong. - That's why I'm just gonna lick this one too. - They're so good. - They are very good. - They're so satisfying. It's so corny. - There's a subtly to it. It's so corny. - Gotta lick the daddy on this one. - You gotta lick the daddy and then spit it out real quick. - Why can't you lick the daddy and then eat the corn? - Because then you only get corn. - You don't want only corn. - Again, because we're not analyzing how great of a snack this is. It's a great tasting snack. - It's so salty though. - But how much barbecue-ness is there to it? - In fact, eat some sauce to remind yourself of what you're trying to taste for. - It's so sweet. - It's so sweet. There's no sweetness on this. It's just salty and savory. It's good. - But it's like half barbecue. It's like barb.