(girls screaming) – Yes! (squealing excitedly) – I want chicken feet,
we want chicken feet. – Chicken hand! – Chicken feet. – Chicken feet. (bright playful music) – Hey. – Tobbit, what’s that from again? – Hawaiian? – No, Tobbit, you know
that’s not from Hawaii. It’s from China. – I’m smart, please believe me.
– Gosh. – Me, I’m really hungry. – Me, I’m super hungry. – Oh my god. – Oh is this, um– – Dim sum! – It’s the dim sum lady. (girls clapping) – [Girls] Dim sum, dim sum! – Oh, I love these.
– I love these ones! – Instead of being like normal dumplings, they’re kind of like translucent. – It’s jiggly. Gosh, I can’t even do it. – Wait, like–
– How can you not pick those up with chopsticks? – No, they’re like slippery. Oh, there we go. – I’m gonna guess actually a mid-day meal. (mumbling) – Morning food, she says. – Okay, next food. (girl speaking indistinctly) – [Girls] What’s it gonna be? (girls screaming) – Chicken hand! – Chicken feet. – Chicken feet! – Meat, wait no it’s not meat. It’s feet. It’s chicken feet. – Oh no, oh god. Oh my god. (boy squeals – I love chicken feet, mom always makes it for us, I love it. – I love it, ah! – Oh my gosh, I’m botching–
– There’s bone. (boy laughing) – Mine!
His feet doesn’t stink at all. Mine smells like vinegar. – Tobbit’s feet smell the worst because he’s a pubescent teenage boy. – Did you just wipe your
dirty hands on my sweater? – Maybe. – Give me more, please. (girl growls) – Are they deep fried? – Oh, these look good. – So, what’s inside? (boy gasps) – Hm? – Almost like an avocado. – It’s guacamole? – They don’t put guacamole in this. (girl gasps) – I love taro. – Taro muh-ga-ro. – Like the root? – I know what that is, yeah. – Taro is like that purple
bubble tea we always get. – Wait, bubble tea? – [Girls] Dim Sum lady! – Can I open it? (boys shouting excitedly) (girls gasp) – Oh, yes.
Yes, yes, yes, yes! – It looks like manapua. (girl speaking indistinctly) – Is there octopus inside? – She literally just said it’s a pork bun. – I thought I saw a tentacle. (boy laughing) (boy chewing) – He already ate one? When did he do that? – Alright, just open it this time. – Rice balls. Is it sticky rice? Tastes almost peanut buttery. – Oh my gosh. – Oh, that’s insane. – [Boys] No! – [Girls] Thank you for watching! – Bye. – Oh my gosh– – Tea tea tea tea! (girl mumbles) The tea! (tea pouring)