Binging with Babish: It's Always Sunny Special Part II

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  • Published on:  Tuesday, June 11, 2019
  • It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia returns as one of the leaders of food-as-plot-device-comedies, with its narcissist protagonists often tangling delicious (or disgusting) cuisine up in their antics. Grilled Frank, in particular, is ripe for innovation.

    My new show, Being with Babish!
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  • Binging with Babish

    Binging with Babish

     3 months ago +18414

    For the record, no, it's not better than busting a nut.

  • Daniel Hertzler

    Daniel Hertzler

     yesterday

    How you can easily tell Babish is a master, you ask? Two words- Tiny Whisk.

  • Captain Venical

    Captain Venical

     2 days ago

    Nobody:
    Babish: We gotta make make our own kitchen

  • Vishnuprasad .T

    Vishnuprasad .T

     2 days ago

    I just realized he was trying to say paranthas

  • Reubeniv

    Reubeniv

     3 days ago

    Don't suppose anyone knows what the UK/European equivalent of American cheese would be? Or similar at least lol

  • Jason Schanne

    Jason Schanne

     4 days ago

    You getting excited about the lid pop took me back to when my grandma showed me canning the first time lol

  • NixonRules963

    NixonRules963

     4 days ago

    I was hoping you'd put hunks of [dog] meat in the Mac's Famous Mac & Cheese

  • Zane Ziegelgruber

    Zane Ziegelgruber

     5 days ago

    you gotta make a video with charlie day and danny devito making these with you. Would be fucking legendary

  • Samone

    Samone

     6 days ago

    Raise a glass to freedom

  • jakethe pillager

    jakethe pillager

     6 days ago

    I want it I need it I love it

  • Fatvod

    Fatvod

     6 days ago

    "Did he just say saucep'n?!" 6 minutes later "okay he definitely just said saucep'n!"

  • Nonoctoro

    Nonoctoro

     7 days ago

    Eating GARBAGE

  • Nathan Beard

    Nathan Beard

     7 days ago

    Bab, you cook the pasta before putting it in the milk? It looked stiff

  • Carlos Sanabria

    Carlos Sanabria

     7 days ago

    You layer with a spoon.

  • Fatur Farasy

    Fatur Farasy

     7 days ago +1

    You left out cat soup on purpose did you babish?

  • embrezar

    embrezar

     7 days ago +2

    I have watched dozens (or perhaps kajillions) of your videos, and I only just now realized that you pronounce the word "saucepan" like the English do: "saucepin." Good for you, I prefer that pronunciation myself.

    Edit: I love it when captions get things wrong. At 9:30 when you say "panthras," the captions called it "PEMDAS." I guess the caption writer goes by the adage "When at a loss when it comes to language, resort to maths."

  • full reach back

    full reach back

     7 days ago

    YOU'VE FINALLY MENTIONED ALTON BROWN! I could tell you were inspired by him which might by why I enjoy these videos so much. GOODEATS

  • Wizardducklett

    Wizardducklett

     7 days ago

    You forgot to cum in the drink. That's what makes it Light

  • Delta MacK

    Delta MacK

     7 days ago

    "Blue Box"?
    You mean KD?

  • Keano Murro

    Keano Murro

     7 days ago

    Just putting it out there... layered cocktails are meant to be stirred by the consumer!