Bizarre food reviews from a 5 year old kid and his dad
Apparently Tasty is a YouTube show that features bizarre, unusual, and sometimes exotic food. It was created by Andy Walker and is co-hosted with his 5 year old son Carter. The curious duo explore the world of food from their home in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, with the help of Kay Walker, Carter’s mom and Andy’s wife.
Charcoal Ramen was an early episode that took off. People are crazy for ramen so charcoal ramen made for crazy clickbait on Youtube.
Dodol Durian Mama
Dodol Durian Mama was feature in Episode X. It is a sweet and sticky toffee like dessert flavored with durian, the king of all fruits.
We picked up some sea asparagus during Chinese New Year in Kuala Lumpur. It turns out it is not a sea vegetable, but a sea critter called a razor clam.
We picked up some flavored edible crickets to feature on an upcoming episode. We also ordered ants (tastes like lemon!) and a scorpion lollipop. Yum. Stay tuned!
The Apparently Tasty team.
Host, Chief Food Critic
Dad, Host, Producer
Mom, Fruit Correspondent
Fergie and Gigi
The Cats of Apparently Tasty
Food by category
Dessert, sweets & Candy
The bizarre candy, sweets and desserts we review on Apparently Tasty will delight your sweet tooth. One of our most popular food categories.
We explore lots of strange and wonderful spicy foods on the show. It is what Carter calls “fire in the mouth” food. Andy calls it delicious. We disagree on all things spicy, usually.
Fish & seafood
If it swims in the water or crawls on the beach then chances are we have tasted it on the show, in some form. This category of odd fish flavors should tickle your desire to see food and then eat it.
We find and taste edible bugs including ants, scorpions and crickets. Yum! Kung Pao Crickets anyone? Yes please!
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Fun food blog posts
Fun articles on food that we find for the show that may not make it to an episode. Plus thought of weird foods, how we make the show and other food articles that think is worth sharing.