This video was sponsored by National Pork Board. For more pork grilling tips and recipe inspiration, head to: This week I'm taking a look at BBQ pork chops - cooked both indoors and outdoors. I'm talking about how to cook your pork properly, so that you don't end up with a slab of sawdust. See how we made the sauce on Bon Appetit: Join me 7/5 on Twitch for the the pork live cook-a-long: Ingredients & Grocery List: + For the chops: Kosher or table salt (a lot of it) Bone-in pork chops (rib chops and loin chops are what I used) Barbecue sauce of your choice (or make your own, ingredients below) Vegetable oil + For the dry rub: Dark brown sugar Paprika Smoked paprika Ground coriander Ground cumin Black pepper + For homemade barbecue sauce: Ketchup Small white onion Worcestershire Smoked paprika Apple cider vinegar Dijon mustard Dark brown sugar Special Equipment: Large container for brining Charcoal grill (if doing outdoor method) Wooden or metal skewers Instant read thermometer Brush for barbecue sauce My first cookbook, Eat What You Watch, is available now in stores and online! Amazon: Barnes & Noble: Theme song: Stay Tuned by Wuh Oh Binging With Babish Website: Basics With Babish Website: Patreon: Instagram: Facebook: Twitter: Twitch:


Frequently, watching a Meryl Streep movie means you're watching it for Meryl Streep, and not much else. But in the case of Julie & Julia, a host of stunning food porn accompanies Streep's charming turn as the late/great Julia Child. Does the recipe from Julia's first-ever television appearance stand the test of time? Music: XXV by Broke for Free Recipe: Please support Binging with Babish! Check out my Patreon at - you can get access to bonus videos, special content, and even a custom episode if you give me enough sweet sweet money! Binging With Babish Website: Basics With Babish Website: Patreon: Instagram: Facebook: Twitter:


What dish can make any man or woman ache for the touch of Jon Favreau? Pasta Aglio e Olio is the dreamy midnight snack that lives up to its porny portrayal in the foodie-comedy-drama Chef. Recipe below! RECIPE *Ingredients* 1/2 head garlic, separated and peeled 1 bunch parsley, rinsed 1/2 cup good quality olive oil 1 tsp red pepper flakes 1/2 lb dry linguine 1/2 lemon *Method* Heavily salt a large pot of water, and bring to a boil. Cook pasta to al dente while completing the steps below. Slice the garlic cloves thinly, and set aside. Pick the parsley leaves from their stems, and finely chop. Add olive oil to a large sauté pan, and heat over medium flame until shimmering. Add sliced garlic, stirring constantly, until garlic is barely toasted. Add the red pepper flake and remove from heat. Add the pasta, drained, with about 1/4 cup reserved pasta cooking water. Add lemon juice and parsley, and toss to combine. Season for salt and pepper, and serve. Binging With Babish Website: Basics With Babish Website: Patreon: Instagram: Facebook: Twitter:


Say what you want about gangsters - the garroting, the cocaine use, the shooting-a-guy-in-his-foot-for-no-reason - the guys know how to eat, even in prison. Follow along as we make old-school Sunday gravy, and please, try not to piss off Tommy. Recipe below! Music: Cream on Chrome by Ratatat RECIPE --- *Ingredients* -3 cloves garlic, cut paper-thin -3 small onions (keyword: small) chopped -1 lb each sweet and spicy italian sausage -1 beef shank -1lb veal neck bones w/ meat attached -1 glug red wine -3 cans DOP San Marzano tomatoes -1 tbsp tomato paste -2 large stems fresh basil -1 large carrot, peeled and cut into big chunks -1lb meatballs -Olive oil or butter for finishing (optional) -Parmesan cheese (not optional) *Method* In a large stock pot, brown the sausage, beef, and veal in batches until well browned and fond has formed on the bottom of the pot. Add onions, sauté until translucent, add tomato paste and garlic and sauté until fragrant. Deglaze with wine, scraping up all the good stuff on the bottom of the pot. Add tomatoes, crushing with a spoon (or processing with a food mill if desired), and return meats to the pot. Add basil and carrot, and bring to a bare simmer. Let sauce simmer for hours, stirring and scraping the bottom occasionally (don't let anything stick - it will scorch and ruin your sauce). Add meatballs during the final hour of cooking, and simmer until desired consistency is reached. Remove carrots and beef/veal bones - add a spoonful of sauce to coat some freshly-cooked pasta (preferably something ridged so it holds onto lots of sauce), and serve with meat and extra gravy. Top with parmesan. Eat. Binging With Babish Website: Basics With Babish Website: Patreon: Instagram: Facebook: Twitter:


Chef is holy ground for film foodies, and as demonstrated in a previous episode, has some real culinary chops behind it (courtesy of Roy Choi). I love a good Cubano as much as the next guy, but can some garlic and citrus really elevate my favorite hangover snack into something worthy of a What-About-Bob-Style mmm -fest? Music: And And by Broke for Free Recipe: Buy the Plancha featured in this episode at my Amazon affiliate here: Non Amazon affiliate link: Please support Binging with Babish! Check out my Patreon at - you can get access to bonus videos, special content, and even a custom episode if you give me enough sweet sweet money! Binging With Babish Website: Basics With Babish Website: Patreon: Instagram: Facebook: Twitter:


Eggs Woodhouse is the impossibly indulgent dish prepared for spoiled superspy Sterling Archer by his faithful butler, Woodhouse. Will these decadent ingredients sing together in harmony outside the cartoon world? Music: Cream on Chrome by Ratatat Okay so I'm making this ultra-decadent, hyper-expensive treat known as Eggs Woodhouse, traditionally prepared for self-involved superspy Sterling Archer by his faithful butler, Woodhouse. It doesn't feel right eating such an opulent dish on camera when so many families are without the most basic necessities and comforts this holiday season - so I want to use this opportunity to generate resources for an incredible nonprofit, Hour Children. I had the pleasure of creating a video profile of Sister Tesa Fitzgerald, the Executive Director of Hour Children, for a humanitarian prize she received in 2014. Hour Children is a not-for-profit agency that works primarily with mothers recently released from prison, and features a food pantry where members of the community can receive the help they need to provide nutritious meals for their families. Of the women assisted, 84% have been incarcerated for nonviolent offenses, and 60% for drug-related offenses, with many drug sentences related to mandatory sentencing rules. They are overwhelmingly people of color: 57% are African American, 27 % Latina, and 16% Caucasian. Only 40% had ever been employed – in any capacity – prior to their arrests and almost 65% had poverty level incomes. Of those who have held a job, 2/3 reported never receiving more than the minimum wage. My plan is to raise as much funds as possible, and use the sum total to buy nonperishable groceries for the Hour Children food pantry. Then I'm going to make a follow-up video showing exactly how your generosity has helped this great organization! Binging With Babish Website: Basics With Babish Website: Patreon: Instagram: Facebook: Twitter:


Sometimes an existential crisis makes you want to actually attend that potluck, so you have to make something, but you don't do desserts, so you make fried chicken, but you don't have time to brine it, so you follow Louis C.K.'s trick in this video. Music: Cream on Chrome by Ratatat Binging With Babish Website: Basics With Babish Website: Patreon: Instagram: Facebook: Twitter:


If you're going to torpedo your diet, you might as well go down in a blaze of glory - and that's exactly what Gina Linetti does with wild abandon in Brooklyn Nine-Nine when she whips out a Sloppy Jessica. Please don't make this - like I'm not gonna stop you, but you honestly shouldn't eat this. But maybe though. First episode out the new BwB kitchen drops May 22nd! Music: Add And by Broke for Free Apple Podcasts: Soundcloud: Stitcher: Check out my playlist of preferred cooking tunes, Bangers with Babish: Binging With Babish Website: Basics With Babish Website: Patreon: Instagram: Facebook: Twitter:


Special thanks to SCJ for shooting - the ultimate breakfast sandwich for hangovers, one-night-stands, or both. This video was made in response to a Reddit AMA question: What's your favorite breakfast sandwich? Binging With Babish Website: Basics With Babish Website: Patreon: Instagram: Facebook: Twitter:


This week, we forgo the usual clip from the movie - an unfortunate scene wherein the CGI cat dances along to the Black Eyed Peas - in favor of a clip from this week's collab with Brad Leone! Join Brad, Vinny and I as we seek to build the perfect pile of pasta, otherwise known as lasagna. Head over to It's Alive with Brad to see how we made the ricotta for this lasagna! Music: XXV by Broke for Free Apple Podcasts: Soundcloud: Stitcher: Check out my playlist of preferred cooking tunes, Bangers with Babish: Binging With Babish Website: Basics With Babish Website: Patreon: Instagram: Facebook: Twitter:


I never watched Friends but I couldn't google thanksgiving sandwiches in television and film without getting about a billion Ross Geller references. Disgusting as the word moistmaker is, it makes a damned fine sandwich out of your delicious turkey day leftovers. Binging With Babish Website: Basics With Babish Website: Patreon: Instagram: Facebook: Twitter:


Scholars have attempted to crack the code to the perfect sandwich for millennia - in the end, it was Jake the Dog who finally achieved the zenith of 'wichcraft. Can Jake's glowing dream sandwich be realized outside the cartoon realm, or will it topple under the weight of its 12 separate components? Music: XXV by Broke for Free Please support Binging with Babish! Check out my Patreon at - you can get access to bonus videos, special content, and even a custom episode if you give me enough sweet sweet money! Binging With Babish Website: Basics With Babish Website: Patreon: Instagram: Facebook: Twitter:


Reverse-sear with bonus butter baste. This video was made in response to the Reddit AMA question: what's your favorite way to cook a steak? Watch in fabulous 4K for maximum steak! Binging With Babish Website: Basics With Babish Website: Patreon: Instagram: Facebook: Twitter:


Remy is an especially-clean-looking rat that's been given the gift of Gusteau's gastronomy. Let's see if his signature dish is worth staking an entire restaurant's reputation upon for the sake of a pun. Special thanks to my nephew Christopher for portraying young Babish! Music: I Like Van Halen Because My Sister Says They Are Cool by El Ten Eleven Link to Reddit AMA: Please support Binging with Babish! Check out my Patreon at - you can get access to bonus videos, special content, and even a custom episode if you give me enough sweet sweet money! Binging With Babish Website: Basics With Babish Website: Patreon: Instagram: Facebook: Twitter:


Homer Simpson revels in combining food and drink with wild abandon: every liquor in the house set aflame with cough syrup, skittles floating in beer, tomatoes cross-bred with tobacco. Few, however, are as heartbreakingly realistic as the H.S.P.S.A.O.O.T.W.M.W. Strip down to your undies, strap on an apron, and let's clog some arteries. Music: A Beautiful Life by Broke for Free Recipe coming soon! Please support Binging with Babish! Check out my Patreon at - you can get access to bonus videos, special content, and even a custom episode if you give me enough sweet sweet money! Binging With Babish Website: Basics With Babish Website: Patreon: Instagram: Facebook: Twitter:


Lemon Pepper Wet is an Atlantan institution, virtually unknown outside the Peach State until Donald Glover's groundbreaking series made us salivate without even showing us the pay dirt. Look behind the Pulp-Fiction-style glowing MacGuffin and see the saucy, zesty wings underneath with this week's episode. Shout out to J. Kenji Lopez-Alt for his groundbreaking oven wing technique. Recipes available on soon! Music: A Beautiful Life by Broke for Free Chef Works Butcher Apron Amazon Affiliate Link: Non-Affiliate Link: Please support Binging with Babish! Check out my Patreon at - you can get access to bonus videos, special content, and even a custom episode if you give me enough sweet sweet money! Binging With Babish Website: Basics With Babish Website: Patreon: Instagram: Facebook: Twitter:


Disney films often adorn their supporting characters with lowkey foodie characteristics - Mushu's offering of congee, Timon's love of cream-filled beetles, Snow White's partiality to poison apples - but none quite so sweet and prideful and Kronk's love of spinach puffs. Celebrate the 17.75th-year anniversary of this David Spade classic with these crunchy, cheesy, buttery, spinach-y appetizers. Music: Apple Pies and Butterflies by Blue Wednesday Check out my playlist of preferred cooking tunes, Bangers with Babish: Binging With Babish Website: Basics With Babish Website: Patreon: Instagram: Facebook: Twitter: Apple Podcasts: Soundcloud: Stitcher:


In the first episode of Binging with Babish, is it possible for a turkey burger to taste better than a beef burger? Some say no, but others say.no. Turkey patty recipe adapted from J. Kenji Lopez-Alt (The Food Lab). Binging With Babish Website: Basics With Babish Website: Patreon: Instagram: Facebook: Twitter:


This week on Basics we're taking a look at the quintessential cookie: chocolate chip. We're bumping up this basic biscuit from Plain Jane to premium. Grocery List: Unsalted butter (high quality) White sugar Brown sugar Eggs All Purpose flour Kosher salt Baking soda Cinnamon Chocolate chips (high quality) Nuts (walnuts or your favorite) Flaky sea salt Special equipment: Stand mixer (preferred, but you can use a hand mixer) Whisk Cooling rack (not necessary, but helpful!) Music: Golden Hours Broke for Free Add And Broke for Free My first cookbook, Eat What You Watch, is available now in stores and online! Amazon: Barnes & Noble: Theme song: Stay Tuned by Wuh Oh Binging With Babish Website: Basics With Babish Website: Patreon: Instagram: Facebook: Twitter: Twitch:


Michael B. Jordan finally lands a role in which he doesn't die tragically - on the contrary, he gets to enjoy a philly cheese steak with his bohemian dj-girlfriend between bouts. Is it possible to make this delicacy at home, or is it forever trapped on the silver screen? Binging With Babish Website: Basics With Babish Website: Patreon: Instagram: Facebook: Twitter:


Pre-order my first cookbook, Eat What You Watch: A Cleverly-Titled Romp Through the Fanciful Fêtes of Fiction! Really it's just called Eat What You Watch, but I totally should have called it that instead. Amazon: Barnes & Noble: Once Upon a Time in Mexico, against all odds, played a large role in the creation of BwB - my first-ever DVD, its special features showed me that I could one day be a filmmaker *and* a chef. In this 2003 Banderas action-comedy, Johnny Depp inexplicably caps a cook for making this Yucatánian special a bit too perfectly; as director Robert Rodriguez says, make at your own peril. Recipes coming soon to bingingwithbabish.com! Music: unna by Broke for Free Please support Binging with Babish! Check out my Patreon at - you can get access to bonus videos, special content, and even a custom episode if you give me enough sweet sweet money! Binging With Babish Website: Basics With Babish Website: Patreon: Instagram: Facebook: Twitter:


Ned Flanders might be an uncomfortable source of familial affection and exaggerated Judeo-Christian values, but he's also the source of some damned fine-looking hot cocoa. In the silver-screen adaptation of America's longest-running-animated-adult-comedy-cartoon-family, Flanders continues his assault on the Simpson's way of life with a steaming mug of human kindness and empathy. Music: A Beautiful Life by Broke for Free Binging With Babish Website: Basics With Babish Website: Patreon: Instagram: Facebook: Twitter:


Looking at his work, it would appear as though David Lynch loves a few themes: surrealism. Dream sequences. Machinery. And apparently, coffee. Learn how to make the fluffiest of pancakes and the coffeeist of coffees with the help of Nick Fisher from Cocktail Chemistry as we welcome back Twin Peaks this weekend. Cocktail Chemistry's Black Yukon Sucker Punch: Written recipe is up on the website! Music: A Beautiful Life by Broke for Free Please support Binging with Babish! Check out my Patreon at - you can get access to bonus videos, special content, and even a custom episode if you give me enough sweet sweet money! Binging With Babish Website: Basics With Babish Website: Patreon: Instagram: Facebook: Twitter:


Chiron is prepared a Cuban classic in the movie I don't really want to make fun of here in the description: Moonlight. Simple ingredients prepared simply often yield stunning results - will the chef's special rise to the occasion? Special thanks to my buddy Steve for letting me use his gorgeous new kitchen! Music: See by Tycho Please support Binging with Babish! Check out my Patreon at - you can get access to bonus videos, special content, and even a custom episode if you give me enough sweet sweet money! Binging With Babish Website: Basics With Babish Website: Patreon: Instagram: Facebook: Twitter:


Hans Landa is the sherlock-pipe-smokin', famous-actress-chokin', Brad-Pitt-pokin' SS detective we all love to hate. Sure he massacred Shosanna's family right in front of her, but hey, guy knows not-so-terrible strudel when he sees it. Follow along this week as we make old-school Viennese apfelstrudel, and don't forget the cream. Music - Cream on Chrome by Ratatat Binging With Babish Website: Basics With Babish Website: Patreon: Instagram: Facebook: Twitter: -- RECIPE *Ingredients* 1 1/2 cups bread flour (plus more for dusting, sprinkling, filling) 4 tbsp vegetable oil 2 egg whites 1/2 tsp salt 1/2 tbsp lemon juice 1/4 cup warm water (110F) 4 baking apples, peeled and sliced thinly 1/2 cup sugar Zest of one lemon 1/2 cup raisins 1 tbsp cinnamon 1/2 cup finely chopped walnuts, hazelnuts, or almonds 1 stick butter, melted, plus more as needed 1 egg, beaten 1 cup heavy cream 1 tbsp sugar Powdered sugar for garnish Place flour in a large bowl - create a well in the center with your fingers, and fill with vegetable oil, egg whites, salt, and lemon juice. Mix with fingers until just combined, and sprinkle with water. Knead until a sticky dough forms. Turn out onto a lightly floured tabletop, and knead rigorously (slap onto the table about 100 times), until the dough is soft and supple. Place in a lightly oiled bowl and let rest for 30 minutes. Combine apples, sugar, lemon zest, raisins, and cinnamon. Set aside and let liquid weep from apples. Cover a large table with a cotton tablecloth, and liberally dust with flour. Roll out dough on tablecloth until about 24 in diameter, and using floured fists, stretch dough out as large as possible without tearing. Back on the tablecloth, gently tug at edges of dough until it's a rectangle thin enough to see the pattern of the tablecloth underneath. Trim off torn/thick edges. Drizzle with melted butter, and brush until evenly coated. Sprinkle with chopped nuts. Place about 3/4 of apple mixture on one side of the dough rectangle, and using the tablecloth, roll the apples over onto the dough square. Brush the newly-exposed dough covering the apples with melted butter. Roll apples over again, and repeat, until apples are at the center of a long, closed roll. Pinch ends together to seal contents inside, and place seam-side down on a parchment-lined baking sheet. Brush liberally with a beaten egg. Bake for about an hour, basting with melted butter every 10-15 minutes, as soon as the crust begins to look dry. Remove from oven when golden brown. Allow to cool at least one hour before slicing, dusting with powdered sugar, and serving. In a small bowl, combine cream and sugar. Beat to stiff peaks, and pipe into a bowl, served alongside strudel.


The gang dreams up some disgusting, heavily alcoholic dishes and drinks in the irreverent multiple-people-shouting-at-once-comedy, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia. Strap on your kitten mittens and whip up some wine in a can as we faithfully recreate each revolting repast, and if you aren't blackout drunk yet, see if we can make them palatable. Please support Binging with Babish! Check out my Patreon at - you can get access to bonus videos, special content, and even a custom episode if you give me enough sweet sweet money! Binging With Babish Website: Basics With Babish Website: Patreon: Instagram: Facebook: Twitter:


Tampopo is a genre-bender ahead of its time, affectionately referred to as a ramen western. Like spaghetti western. But Japanese. Hence the ramen. It's a play on words, you don't get it. This 1985 foodie flight of fancy features a 'ramen master', who artfully studies and mindfully consumes his bowl of steaming noodles and broth. NOTE: I forgot to mention in the video, this came out absolutely fan-fucking-tastic. The noodles were tender but chewy, the broth was flavorful without being too fishy, and the pork was exquisite. Music: A Beautiful Life by Broke for Free Special thanks to Redditor /u/Ramen_Lord for his techniques! Recipe can be found here: J. Kenji Lopez-Alt chashu pork: Alkaline noodles: Please support Binging with Babish! Check out my Patreon at - you can get access to bonus videos, special content, and even a custom episode if you give me enough sweet sweet money! Binging With Babish Website: Basics With Babish Website: Patreon: Instagram: Facebook: Twitter:


The Big Kahuna Burger is one of the countless themes running throughout numerous Tarantino films, almost as prevalent as revenge, lurid violence, and racial epithets. After this double-stacked caramelized-pineapple-and-onion Hawaiian smash-burger, you're gonna need a Red Apple cigarette. Music: Cream on Chrome by Ratatat RECIPE (smashburger method courtesy of Serious Eats) -- *Ingredients* -1 red onion, sliced into rings -2 tbsp butter, divided -3 thin pineapple slices -1 tbsp vegetable oil -4 oz ground beef, divided into two balls -2 slices monterey jack cheese -King's Hawaiian roll, toasted in butter -1/2tbsp ketchup -1/2tbsp teriyaki sauce *Method* In a sauté pan, heat 1 tbsp butter until foaming, and add red onion. Cook slowly, over low heat, tossing constantly, until soft and caramelized. Set aside. Wipe out sauté pan, and heat remaining tablespoon of butter until sizzling. Add pineapple slices, and sauté until lightly charred on both sides. Set aside. In a large cast iron skillet, heat vegetable oil over high heat, until smoking. Place beef balls several inches apart in skillet, and smash down using a large, flat spatula (if you've only got a little wimpy spatula like I did, use a rolling pin or the handle of a wooden spoon to really smash the burgers down). Cook for approx. 60 seconds, until the bottom is charred and crispy. Flip, and immediately top with cheese. Remove from heat, but leave burgers in the pan while you assemble, to make the cheese melt completely. Dress bun with ketchup and teriyaki sauce, top with burgers, caramelized onions, and pineapple. Enjoy. Binging With Babish Website: Basics With Babish Website: Patreon: Instagram: Facebook: Twitter:


Bubble Bass is notorious in Bikini Bottom for three things: his hideous laugh, his pathological dishonesty, and his sophisticated palate for Krabby Patties. Follow along this week as we examine his soundboard of secret-menu jargon and take a crack at the almost-impossible-to-recreate patty melt - from the all-new BwB kitchen! Music: XXV by Broke for Free Apple Podcasts: Soundcloud: Stitcher: Check out my playlist of preferred cooking tunes, Bangers with Babish: Binging With Babish Website: Basics With Babish Website: Patreon: Instagram: Facebook: Twitter:


I was gonna hold off on making this episode until the new live-action Mulan came out, but principal photography hasn't even started yet, and it's expected to come out in 2020. So as I slowly recover from Vidcon, join me as I make one of the simplest and most essential dishes in our illustrious human history: porridge. Specifically, porridge made from rice, topped with a smiley face bacon-and-eggs affair. Leave it to Mushu. Music: unna by Broke for Free Apple Podcasts: Soundcloud: Stitcher: Check out my playlist of preferred cooking tunes, Bangers with Babish: Binging With Babish Website: Basics With Babish Website: Patreon: Instagram: Facebook: Twitter:


Pre-order my first cookbook, Eat What You Watch: A Cleverly-Titled Romp Through the Fanciful Fêtes of Fiction! Really it's just called Eat What You Watch, but I totally should have called it that instead. Amazon: Barnes & Noble: Regular Show regularly shows some fantastical and impossible food items - sandwiches that kill you, wings that kill you, skydiving pizza pockets - but few are quite so worthy of recreation as the Ultimeatum, the burger-within-a-burger-between-two-burgers. And ketchup from the Himalayas. Follow along this week to see if we can beat Chef Ajay Maldonaldo at his own game. Thanks so much to everyone that participated in the eatwhatyouwatch contest! Congrats to the winner, @sheikahplate, and to @upinthetar, @lvl.1chef, @LydMc and @pekopekotv for their runner-up entries! Recipes coming soon to bingingwithbabish.com! Music: XXV by Broke for Free Please support Binging with Babish! Check out my Patreon at - you can get access to bonus videos, special content, and even a custom episode if you give me enough sweet sweet money! Binging With Babish Website: Basics With Babish Website: Patreon: Instagram: Facebook: Twitter:


Restaurant chalkboards have become the artistic outlet of choice for coffee shops and pubs, but more than anyone, for the titular character of Bob's Burgers. Can a play on words make for a great burger, or will Bob's punny patties fall flat? Only thyme will tell. Music: Cream on Chrome by Ratatat DISCLAIMER: Undercooked beef increases the risk of foodborne illness. The FDA recommends cooking beef to 165F internally. Replicate these recipes at your own risk. Please support Binging with Babish! Check out my Patreon at - you can get access to bonus videos, special content, and even a custom episode if you give me enough sweet sweet money! Binging With Babish Website: Basics With Babish Website: Patreon: Instagram: Facebook: Twitter:


I was 9 when Szechuan sauce graced sauce pumps across the nation, so naturally, I can't remember at all what it tastes like. But with the help of some actual Szechuan sauce (like, the stuff from Sichuan), a Redditor's diligent recreation, a fast-food-secret: mixing things together in different ways and repackaging it, we might just come close! Music: XXV by Broke for Free Xeropoint's recipe: Please support Binging with Babish! Check out my Patreon at - you can get access to bonus videos, special content, and even a custom episode if you give me enough sweet sweet money! Binging With Babish Website: Basics With Babish Website: Patreon: Instagram: Facebook: Twitter:


I Love You, Man is a timeless Rudd-Segel vehicle for comedy, romance, bromance, and for a few fleeting and beautiful moments, food porn. Fish tacos are shared amongst bros while they talk about about sex and stuff - don't you deserve the same? Show your best male-friend how much you care with a plate full of these tacos today. Music: Early Morning May - Ronald Jenkees Binging With Babish Website: Basics With Babish Website: Patreon: Instagram: Facebook: Twitter:


Is this laborious, old-school Italian showstopper just a fat, kinky lasagna? Or is there something more, good enough to make stage and film actor Ian Holm want to kill you? Methods adapted from The Food Lab, David Lebovitz, and America's Test Kitchen. Binging With Babish Website: Basics With Babish Website: Patreon: Instagram: Facebook: Twitter:


Despite being a fabricated entity, composed only of Tony Stark's code and some rare/non-existent elements, the Marvel demigod known as Vision sure knows how to whip up some mean paprikash. That is, if he actually used paprika, as opposed to some other misplaced bright-red pantry-mainstay. Gear up for Avengers: Infinity War this week as we delve into this classic Sokovian (actually Hungarian) comfort food. Recipe courtesy of Saveur: Music: Melt by Broke for Free Apple Podcasts: Soundcloud: Stitcher: Check out my playlist of preferred cooking tunes, Bangers with Babish: Binging With Babish Website: Basics With Babish Website: Patreon: Instagram: Facebook: Twitter:


Dev Shah is a man who cares a great deal about food - so much so that he spends the better part of his afternoons scouring the internet for the very best taco truck. With season 2 delving even further into a culinary storyline, it only seemed appropriate to welcome back Master of None with Dev's victory over pasta carbonara. NOTE: I have recently been informed that parmesan is typically NOT vegetarian! Read those labels! Both written recipes available on my website! Music: A Beautiful Life by Broke for Free Please support Binging with Babish! Check out my Patreon at - you can get access to bonus videos, special content, and even a custom episode if you give me enough sweet sweet money! Binging With Babish Website: Basics With Babish Website: Patreon: Instagram: Facebook: Twitter:


Kevin Malone is the tragically comic overweight buffoon (and World Series of Poker champion?) we all know and love from The Office. When he's not shotgunning cookie jars full of M&M's, Kevin sometimes treats his coworkers to the Malone family's mainstay: chili. Let's follow along and try very hard not to spill any. Music: I Like Van Halen Because My Sister Says They Are Cool - El Ten Eleven Binging With Babish Website: Basics With Babish Website: Patreon: Instagram: Facebook: Twitter: RECIPE -- *Ingredients* -3oz ancho chiles, seeded and torn into 1 pieces -1oz cascabel chiles, seeded and torn into 1 pieces -1 tbsp unsweetened cocoa -3 tbsp corn flour -1 tbsp freshly-ground cumin -1 tbsp dried oregano -32oz carton of chicken stock, divided -2 jalapeños, minced -1/2 habanero, seeded and minced -6 roma tomatoes, cored and chopped -2 tbsp olive oil, divided -3 lbs chuck steak, trimmed of fat/gristle, cut into cubes and chopped -1 large onion, diced -4 cloves garlic, pressed -12oz light lager -6oz red kidney beans, soaked until tender -2 tbsp brown sugar *Method* In a large sauté pan, heat dried chile pieces over medium-low heat until toasted and *barely* smoking - do not allow to smoke. Once toasted, place in the bowl of a food processor. Process for 2-3 minutes, until peppers are reduced to a fine powder. Add cocoa, corn flour, cumin, and oregano - pulse to combine. While machine runs, add 3/4 cup of chicken stock, until a paste is formed. Scrape into a bowl and set aside. Heat 1 tbsp olive oil in a large pot until near-smoking. In batches, brown beef on all sides, being careful not to over-crowd the pot. Once all beef has browned, and fond has formed on the bottom of the pot, add remaining oil, and sauté onions and peppers until sweating. Deglaze with beer, and scrape the bottom of the pot. Add remaining ingredients, stir well, and place in a 300F oven, lid slightly ajar. Stir occasionally to prevent scorching, and braise for 2-3 hours, until beef is tender. Season with salt and pepper, and serve with cheese and cornbread.


Check out some summer-adventure-recipe-videos I made with Coppola Wine: Leave the gun, take the cannoli - is there a more iconic line spoken in Francis Ford Coppola's The Godfather? I mean, apart from almost every other line of dialogue? In a film defined by its own endless defining moments, food still manages to stand out as a memorable supporting character. I mean, it wouldn't be much of an Italian mobster film without it. Music: Juparo by Broke for Free Apple Podcasts: Soundcloud: Stitcher: Check out my playlist of preferred cooking tunes, Bangers with Babish: Binging With Babish Website: Basics With Babish Website: Patreon: Instagram: Facebook: Twitter:


Will Ferrell is a man who wears many hats, but one of his most famous is his pointy Elf cap donned in the eponymous 2003 contemporary Christmas classic. Will I be imbued with holiday cheer upon my first bite, or will my face cringe into an unrecognizable James Caan-like countenance? Binging With Babish Website: Basics With Babish Website: Patreon: Instagram: Facebook: Twitter:


The Harry Potter series is essentially a 7-book guide to everything you wish your childhood was - finding out you're a wizard, running away from home, and indulging in a bevy of treats both mainstay and magical. Rock cakes, cockroach clusters, acid pops, chocolate frogs, and of course, butterbeer. Throw on your dorky glasses and sharpie a lightning bolt on your forehead for this week's examination of the real-world sweets from possibly the world's most popular book series about child sorcerers. Pre-order my book in the UK, comes out November 16th! Music: unna by Broke for Free Binging With Babish Website: Basics With Babish Website: Patreon: Instagram: Facebook: Twitter:


You haven't heard of sandwich day? It's one special day each year that the teamsters gleefully hand out roast beef, fresh mozzarella, and roast red pepper sandwiches with special dipping sauce from their secret Brooklyn deli. Now, thanks to a single thirdhand source on the internet, that secret deli has been revealed as Fiore's House of Quality in Hoboken, NJ. This week, let's take a crack at bringing some of those generations-old Italian secrets into our kitchen. Music: XXV by Broke for Free Check out my playlist of preferred cooking tunes, Bangers with Babish: Binging With Babish Website: Basics With Babish Website: Patreon: Instagram: Facebook: Twitter: Apple Podcasts: Soundcloud: Stitcher:


My first cookbook, Eat What You Watch, is available now in stores and online! Amazon: Barnes & Noble: Michael Gary Scott has many monikers - practitioner of Propeica, spokesman for scotch & splenda, tormentor of Toby, and pioneer of pretzel paraphernalia. Not listed among these accolades is arterial health, as our sugar-hyped-hero forgoes a day's work for the sake of a fully-loaded pretzel, courtesy of Stanley's favorite annual visitor. Hope you've got your Gary Glitter cued up. Music: XXV by Broke for Free Please support Binging with Babish! Check out my Patreon at - you can get access to bonus videos, special content, and even a custom episode if you give me enough sweet sweet money! Binging With Babish Website: Basics With Babish Website: Patreon: Instagram: Facebook: Twitter:


Hey y'all, I have half a mind to fix up a mess of fried green tomatoes 'fore I get three sheets to the wind over there yonder! Or something. Fuel your Southern side with this week's deep-fried treat, featured prominently in the film of the same name. Music: Golden Hour by Broke for Free Check out my playlist of preferred cooking tunes, Bangers with Babish: Binging With Babish Website: Basics With Babish Website: Patreon: Instagram: Facebook: Twitter: Apple Podcasts: Soundcloud: Stitcher:


Last round, my efforts to recreate the fabled McDonald's Szechuan Sauce were wild, flailing shots in the dark, pathetic and meager attempts to recreate a long-lost condiment out of scanty information and back-alley sources. But now, thanks to a very kind man named David Wasman, I have procured a sample of the genuine article. Follow along this week as we make a rendition of Szechuan Sauce near-identical to the Mulan-inspired goop from 1998. And make some wannabe Chicken McNuggets while we're at it. Special thanks to David Wasman for the sauce sample - you can buy the rest of it here at his ebay listing: Pre-order my first cookbook, Eat What You Watch: A Cleverly-Titled Romp Through the Fanciful Fêtes of Fiction! Really it's just called Eat What You Watch, but I totally should have called it that instead. Amazon: Barnes & Noble: Music: Juparo by Broke for Free How to make cookie cutters: Please support Binging with Babish! Check out my Patreon at - you can get access to bonus videos, special content, and even a custom episode if you give me enough sweet sweet money! Binging With Babish Website: Basics With Babish Website: Patreon: Instagram: Facebook: Twitter:


Frank Underwood is many things: A husband. A politician. A duplicitous, machiavellian psychosexual deviant with a bloodlust for power. A purveyor of fine Carolinian barbecue. Opening just for him at 7:30AM is Freddy's Ribs, a southern barbecue joint that we can surmise is serving 'cue up in the style of Underwood's hometown of Gaffney, South Carolina. Just in time for Father's Day, here's three different means by which to achieve that genuine Southern barbecue, even from the confines of a 4th-story walkup. Recipes are live on my website! Music: A Beautiful Life by Broke for Free Please support Binging with Babish! Check out my Patreon at - you can get access to bonus videos, special content, and even a custom episode if you give me enough sweet sweet money! Binging With Babish Website: Basics With Babish Website: Patreon: Instagram: Facebook: Twitter:


Did you know that Oliver Cromwell banned the eating of pie in 1644, declaring it a pagan form of pleasure? You can find this and more fun pie facts at - or join with me in the idolatrous orgy of fall flavors that is homemade apple pie. Binging With Babish Website: Basics With Babish Website: Patreon: Instagram: Facebook: Twitter:


Pre-order my first cookbook, Eat What You Watch: A Cleverly-Titled Romp Through the Fanciful Fêtes of Fiction! Really it's just called Eat What You Watch, but I totally should have called it that instead. Amazon: Barnes & Noble: Wes Anderson's films are rife with clashing color schemes, furrow-browed pedantry, and rich character development set against an oddly symmetrical backdrop. In the case of The Grand Budapest Hotel, it's also home to a pastry as precious as its parentage. The Courtesan au Chocolat, a delicate tower of puffed up pâtissière and saccharine masonry, is the challenge faced this week in the BwB kitchen. DVD Special Feature from GBH: Recipes coming soon to bingingwithbabish.com! Music: Summer Spliffs by Broke for Free Please support Binging with Babish! Check out my Patreon at - you can get access to bonus videos, special content, and even a custom episode if you give me enough sweet sweet money! Binging With Babish Website: Basics With Babish Website: Patreon: Instagram: Facebook: Twitter:


Makin' pancakes, makin' bacon pancakes. Take some bacon and I put it in a pancake. Bacon pancakes that's what it's gonna make; bacon pancaaaaaaaaaakes! Music: XXV by Broke for Free Check out my playlist of preferred cooking tunes, Bangers with Babish: Binging With Babish Website: Basics With Babish Website: Patreon: Instagram: Facebook: Twitter: Apple Podcasts: Soundcloud: Stitcher:


The history of eating one's fellow man is rich with culinary tradition and innovation, carried on in no small part by Dr. Hannibal Lecter. In this pivotal scene, he gives a fellow killer a taste of his own medicine, so to speak - if, at the time, he had medicine in his bloodstream, because he's eating his own leg. So to speak. Celebrate Halloween in style with this traditional clay-baked entrée with a little help from FoodTube's favorite mystery man, You Suck at Cooking. My first cookbook, Eat What You Watch, is available now in stores and online! Amazon: Barnes & Noble: Music: Crumbs by Broke for Free Featuring You Suck at Cooking Binging With Babish Website: Basics With Babish Website: Patreon: Instagram: Facebook: Twitter:


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