Adventuring is hungry work, and any adventurer worth his or her salt is going to need a sandwich — the Perfect Sandwich. The most perfect sandwich for adventuring is a creation of the best adventurer in the history of adventuring: Jake from Adventure Time. The Babish painstakingly recreates Jake's Perfect Sandwich, sparing no ingredient for a meal that is sure to keep you going strong for days at a time.
If you've ever wanted to drink like Homer Simpson, Cocktail Chemistry is here to help. While you're welcome to try the originals made exactly as they are in the show, you also get a slightly more refined version that you can actually drink — with the exception of the last. With classics like the Flaming Homer, Skittlebräu, and A Single Plum Floating in Perfume Served in a Man's Hat, you'll be passed out drooling on the couch in no time.
Forget brains or hands or walking upright — what really separates humans from animals is cooking meat with fire. It's a tradition shared the world over, having reached the level of art — art that can be consumed in the most literal sense. Director Matthew Salleh's Barbecue is a look at meat and flame across the world, something that we all take part in.
From Baby, You Can Chive My Car to the ultra-rare steak tartar inside a beef Wellington, Bob has created some of the most artisanal burgers in the history of artisanal anything. Besides what looks to be fantastic burgers, Bob also has a way with puns, giving names to his creations that are simultaneously hilarious and cringe-worthy. The Babish recreates some of Bob's most intricate creations to see if they pass the real-world taste test — and they do, with flying colors.
America gets a lot of love for its hot dogs. A part of the great American tradition of baseball, burgers, and apple pie, few things seem to be as American as those funny sausages. But Denmark takes their hot dogs to another level. MUNCHIES visited Peter Christiansen in Copenhagen to see how the Danes make their dogs.
For over 140 years, Bong-Seok Kang's family has made the traditional Korean candy called yeot. Yeot itself dates back more than a thousand years, and the taffy-like candy was once the province of the wealthy and ruling classes. But now, anyone can enjoy the classic confection. Kang details the involved process of making this Korean treat.
Forget being stuck with three basic sizes. Stantt Custom Fit Shirts offers 75 instead. Using three key measurements — chest, waist, and sleeve length — they cut, craft, and deliver perfectly-fitting shirts in just seven days. They offer dress, casual, and tuxedo tops in the same colors as your current go-to staples, shipped to your door far faster than a tailor. As a result, you end up with a wardrobe that's suited not only to your style but your body, too.
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Think all mattresses-in-a-box are made from foam alone? Think again. The Sapira Mattress was created by the experts at Leesa to provide an innovative alternative to bulky traditional mattresses and collapsible all-foam affairs. It combines an advanced pocket spring system with layers of high-performance memory foams, the latter providing the same cooling and pressure-relieving properties that make the Leesa so good, and the former providing the bounce and support people crave. And just like the Leesa, it ships right to your door in a convenient box, giving you a luxurious night's rest at an affordable price.
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In honor of La La Land's — sorry — Moonlight's well-deserved Oscar win, Binging with Babish recreates the film's signature Pollo a la Plancha dish. There isn't anything too terribly complex about this recipe, but the results add up to a meal that is much more than the sum of its parts.
If you've got a question about the kitchen, don't panic — Gordon Ramsey is here to help. Thankfully, he can't scream at you via Twitter, so tears, breakdowns, and arguments aren't a worry. Ramsey answers questions about cooking — common and some not so much — with clear, concise answers that fit perfectly into 140 characters.
Beer archeologist, yes, that's a real profession, Travis Rupp is the latest brewmaster to take a unique approach to craft beer. Instead of finding new and interesting flavors, he's using ingredients that are more than 1,100-years-old. He and his team still use modern equipment, but make the necessary adjustments to ensure your taste buds get the same experience as ancient Egyptian kings and Norse Viking heroes.
If you've had a craving for fight milk, today is your lucky day. Binging with Babish is celebrating 100,000 subscribers with an episode featuring the best recipes from It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia. From rum ham to milk steak, Babish recreates each alcohol-soaked dish, with a twist — they actually taste good.
Charlie Day can't handle his hot wings. The Always Sunny in Philadelphia star stopped by First We Feast for some hot conversation and even hotter hot sauce. While host Sean Evans plied Charlie with wings, he discussed everything from meeting his wife at an arm wrestling competition to how friendly Zac Efron is.
The New England Confectionery Company, or Necco, has been kicking out the most popular Valentine's Day candy since 1901: Sweethearts. The little heart-shaped candies with the love-themed sayings are as ubiquitous on February 14th as flowers and chocolate, to the tune of over 2 billion per year. Refinery 29 goes to the heart of Valentine's Day for a behind-the-scenes look at how Necco creates its famous candy.
Stanford archaeologist Li Liu recently discovered a 5,000 year old recipe for Chinese beer during her research. Thought to be evidence of the earliest beer making in China, Liu and her students tried recreating the ancient recipes in class. More than just making beer, Liu used the opportunity to show how archaeology is more than just digging things up — understanding the process and cultural significance is just as important.
Action Bronson wouldn't be caught dead eating those frozen rocks of mystery-meat on game day, and neither should you. So for the biggest game of the season, the rapper/chef shares this slightly more sophisticated recipe for his double-fried garlic parmesan wings, featuring plenty of butter, garlic, parmigiano-Reggiano, and F-bombs.
Coffee is finally entering the 21st century. Scientists have sequenced the genome of the geisha coffee plant, renowned for its aroma, complex flavors, and sky-high price tag — about $300 for a half-pound. The genome of the geisha has been made public, and the information promises to be a boon to growers and coffee fanatics the world over.
Mixing ancient Japanese techniques with the process of distilling bourbon, Bourbon Barrel Foods is putting a Kentucky twist on brewing soy sauce. The condiment is made in small batches with Kentucky-grown soybeans and limestone-filtered Kentucky spring water, which is then aged in a bourbon barrel. The result is a bold, smoky flavor with sweet hints of oak. Their soy sauce has not only been spreading across the states, but is also gaining respect in Japan.
Hans Landa loves three things: choking famous actresses, smoking pipes, and a good strudel — not necessarily in that order. The ferocious SS officer from Quentin Tarantino's Inglourious Basterds did get what was coming to him, but before he did, he shared a glourious strudel with Shosanna, played by Mélanie Laurent. On this episode of Binging with Babish, the Babs shows you how to perfectly recreate the most famous strudel in film from scratch.
Nothing pairs with the elegance of black truffles like the crude mouth of Action Bronson. With a little under $2,000-worth of truffles, the rapper/chef and host Seth Meyers get loose while testing out a recipe from Bronson's upcoming F*ck, That's Delicious cookbook.
If you've got about six hours to spare, you should fill them with this recipe for perfect fish tacos from Binging with Babish. Everything here is made from scratch: the tortillas, the guac, the pico de gallo. Which means that it's going to take forever, but be totally worth it if you have the time.
For 400 years, a town in China's Guizhou Province has been the only place in the world to produce moutai, a strong clear liquor. The "drink of diplomacy", moutai has been served at important functions throughout the history of China. Great Big Story looks at the history of moutai, what it takes to produce, and why it holds such a culturally significant place in Chinese society.
Christine Ha might be blind, but she is no stranger to the kitchen. Winner of the 2012' MasterChef competition, Christine has met the challenge of preparing food with no eyesight. This video takes you through a typical week day meal, as Christine prepares Red snapper steamed with black bean sauce and Sichuan green beans.
It's the unicorn of fast-food burgers — the Big Kahuna from Pulp Fiction. While the Big Kahuna in the film might very well be a tasty burger, Andrew Rea wasn't content with a usual burger. Andrew puts his own tropical spin on the sandwich that is deserving of the name Big Kahuna.
In Tokyo, home to the finest sushi in Japan, there is one sushi restaurant that stands above all others: Sushi Saito. Owner and chef Takashi Saito has been preparing some of the world's finest sushi for 12 years, and at his eight-seat establishment, reservations are mandatory. Simon and Martina had the rare pleasure not only to eat at Sushi Saito, but to spend a day with the chef, from a morning at the fish market to a look at the back-of-house at the three Michelin star restaurant.
Anthony Bourdain has one rule for steak: Don't fking touch it. That's all you have to do — leave the steak alone. Go ride a bike, read an article, catch up on your favorite show. But please, let that succulent slab of beef sit for 5-7 minutes before you start cutting it into pieces that fit in your mouth.
Parts and Labor's Matty Matheson is always good for a laugh and a profanity filled how-to. For Bon Appétit, he tones down the vulgar to give his tips and tricks for food ranging from A-Z. Though it really just turns into his personal opinions of food from A-Z, it's still entertaining nonetheless.
The title of "Best BBQ in the World" is pretty subjective — we all have our own idea of what's best. For Bon Appetit deputy editor Andrew Knowlton, the best BBQ in the world is Franklin's Barbecue in Austin, Texas. Andrew loves it so much, he spent 24 hours working there, and documented the entire day.
It's Thanksgiving, and nothing says America better than a massive Turkey Sandwich of Justice. Not to be confused with Ross Geller's Moistmaker, You Suck at Cooking's Justice Sandwich is Thanksgiving turned up to 11. It's also a lot easier than cooking an entire Thanksgiving dinner yourself.
A witness testifies before Congress, hidden behind a screen with their voice scrambled. It sounds like a scene from a movie, with national security at stake. But it's real life and the topic is the fees charged to place items on grocery shelves. Even though it seems like the choices are endless, Vox looks at how difficult it can be get a product on a shelf.