Binging with Babish 7M Subscriber Special: LOTR Part 1

Jun 30, 2020
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Years in the making (because I kept putting it off out of fear), the Lord of the Rings Special is finally upon us. And it's in two parts instead of three - you know, a trilogy. Babish you're a dumbass sometimes. Anyway we're diving into the make-ahead recipes for this seven-course feast, covering all the major hobbit food groups, and getting into the heavy stuff next week! Thank you so much for helping me reach 7 million subscribers!
Recipe: www.bingingwithbabish.com/recipes/lotr-feast-special
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  • We’ve had one yes. What about second Babish?

    Binging with BabishBinging with BabishMonth ago
    • Elevensies!!

      FirebirdFirebird15 hours ago
    • That apple tart looked so awesome I just had to make it .....lol

      kreznikkreznik8 days ago
    • Theres another?

      arham_arham_8 days ago
    • Bringing with banish is a sore loser millenial entitled hipster claiming to know everything about food. I don't care how skilled you are, I'm a Gen Z and your disgusting unprogressive generation destroyed all trends in the 2010's. I just hope 2020's will not repeat the same mistake your millenial narcissism scarred the world with.

      Joshishere96Joshishere9615 days ago
    • You’re having a child!?

      Donovan The GoDonovan The Go19 days ago
  • "I'm making the mince pies hobbit sized." Babbish you fool, hobbit food is human sized because they love eating so much!

    Joshua BurnsJoshua Burns16 seconds ago
  • Props for the Wegmans plug. Way to go western NY!

    Robert GoinsRobert Goins41 minute ago
  • Originally, mincemeat pie filling had meat in it along with suet. I had it when I was a small child and it was amazing.

    SundayMorriganSundayMorrigan10 hours ago
  • I expected mince meat to atleast be minced??

    Koro PlaysKoro Plays19 hours ago
  • COOL a townsends crossover

    Ron KošakRon KošakDay ago
  • I'm disappointed that Babish didn't lay his own eggs and use those.

    Erik WestwoodErik WestwoodDay ago
  • Why won’t can’t he be a chef at a fancy restaurant

    YT Gaming andreiYT Gaming andreiDay ago
  • "cram"

    NigosNigosDay ago
  • LOTR is so iconic

    Laisa hhLaisa hhDay ago
  • Wtf is a saucepen

    N MN MDay ago
  • "Till it's the most beautiful thing you've ever seen" Babish says. I glanced over and saw my partner has fallen asleep with his phone still in his hand and thought "No, I definitely don't think that pie is the most beautiful thing I've ever seen." Thought this was cute enough to share haha

    Giraffe FlavoredCondomsGiraffe FlavoredCondoms2 days ago
  • Thanks for name dropping tbe Townsends channel! They really deserve the attention

    MagicLars15MagicLars152 days ago
  • Those are perfectly sized Mince Pies, sir! You get unnecessarily large ones in supermarkets.

    William HerbertWilliam Herbert2 days ago
  • Mincemeat used in pies and puddings use to actually have pork mince and pork fat in it. Hence the meat in the word mincemeat. Heston Blumenthal did a show on the history of Christmas food in which he cooked one of the original recipes for plum pudding which had more meat from an animal then dried fruit. In the middle ages dried fruit was added to a boiled sausage of pork and poultry mince in order to give it sweetness and show off how rich you are. This meal of a boiled sausage which became the boiled pudding to history was eaten a lot during the winter months because it was easy to store and did not go off easily. Alcohol is quite often added as a preservative and when Europeans came back from the Middle East spices were added to cover any taste of the meat going off.

    Ngaire TaylorNgaire Taylor3 days ago
  • Minced meat it what you guys call ground beef, and it is called a mince pie because it used to be made with meat in it :)

    TheGuitarkrisTheGuitarkris3 days ago
  • Man I love mince pies

    I ThomasI Thomas3 days ago
  • You didn't mince the fruit?? It's also called Mince Meat because in Victorian times the fruit used wasn't available as much hence they used mince 'actual' meat pies

    Martin HarteMartin Harte3 days ago
  • Always wanted to try elfin bread.... Edit: Lembas bread...

    Dave SlatteryDave Slattery4 days ago
  • Also The Way You Say Apricot Makes a My Ears Invert.

    Ethan ThompsonEthan Thompson4 days ago
  • lembas bread could easily be a savoury short bread biscuit. Butter, flour and parmesan cheese makes them really nice too.

    James HughesJames Hughes4 days ago
  • He could have improved the lembas bred by adding those seeds they usually have it in certain diet foods that when you eat them they expand my sucking up meat saliva and fluids cause you need to feel fuller

    Nero KrellNero Krell5 days ago
  • I can't believe you made mince pies haha. We usually have them around Christmas time. Along with Christmas cake and Christmas pudding....

    --5 days ago
  • You can just say PAN all day. That's all.

    tehmedullatehmedulla5 days ago
  • Some guy trying this at home: *starts watching yt while waiting for things to bake* Fire alarm: *goes off* Him: that is no orc horn

    TheFunnyPotato BoyTheFunnyPotato Boy6 days ago
  • Come on babish you and i both know a hobbit will devour a full sized pie 😉

    NannerManNannerMan6 days ago
  • honey cakes looks more like sweet rolls. Id eat them both ngl

    Johna AisaJohna Aisa6 days ago
  • What about the Wiggles song for honey cakes? I can't be the only one.

    Lindsey SquireLindsey Squire6 days ago
  • FYI, I tried making the apple tart. The recipe he says uses 280 grams of melted butter and that was way too much butter. It ended up as more of a paste. After searching the internet, the recipe to make the tart was closer to 10 tablespoons butter.

    Silver DuckSilver Duck6 days ago
  • we kinda have honey cakes in israel , its quite common in supermarkets and their pretty similar.

    man o' fruitsman o' fruits9 days ago
  • Babish seems to be rather insistent that almonds are very important to agriculture across all of middle earth, or maybe he just likes almonds, but hey, that's just a theory, a comment theory, this joke sucks.

    Sans the SkeletonSans the Skeleton9 days ago
  • Why hasn't anyone done this before now?! :`) Tyvm ❤

    Merry C.Merry C.9 days ago
  • boy the hobbits sure loved their almonds

    PapillonNoirPapillonNoir9 days ago
  • Lembas makes complete sense as a hardtack-style food, but I always imagined it as something like a giant square shortbread cookie given how amazing it was supposed to taste.

    Peter JPeter J9 days ago
  • CRAM

    Michael Z.Michael Z.11 days ago
  • babish should your sugar box be leaking

    Tv HeadTv Head11 days ago
  • The fact that there's no actual meat in mincemeat is blowing my fucking mind.

    kaduzykaduzy11 days ago
  • "Hobbit-sized" as if a hobbit wouldn't prefer their pies several times that size

    mikin liroumikin lirou11 days ago
  • This show makes me happy 🍄

    Golden Owl EventsGolden Owl Events11 days ago
  • I love you

    Jakiro 305Jakiro 30511 days ago
    • did he repost this?? I remember it from a few years ago?

      mikin liroumikin lirou11 days ago
  • To confuse you even more, we British have 2 kinds: mincemeat - fruit & nuts mix mildly fermented and minced meat - what the US calls ground meat.

    Panavarr 00Panavarr 0011 days ago
  • As soon as I realized it meant lord of the rings I was over here faster then a raccoon driving a fast car.

    Dr. MunchDr. Munch11 days ago
  • IT LOOKS SO TASTY

    Elle GElle G11 days ago
  • A shoutout to the Nutmeg King AKA Townsends! I like!

    Rusty ShacklefordRusty Shackleford12 days ago
  • Nooooooooooo subtitles T.T

    BlOoDyRhUm26BlOoDyRhUm2612 days ago
  • In Australia minced meat is “ground meat” so a minced meat pie is savoury and usually beef

    Who am I? No one knowsWho am I? No one knows12 days ago
  • Ngl. I always pretended a poptart left out until hard was lembas bread(spelling?)

    better late than neverbetter late than never12 days ago
    • @Ask to seduce Miss well, it wasn't terrible. Plus I was 12. However, I don't regret it

      better late than neverbetter late than never11 days ago
    • That was amazing ?????

      Ask to seduce MissAsk to seduce Miss12 days ago
  • its a pan not a pin.

    Chris RodriguezChris Rodriguez12 days ago
    • Looks delicious!

      Ask to seduce MissAsk to seduce Miss12 days ago
  • We refer to it as mincemeat, yes, but we also call minced meat mincemeat.

    ArtByAidan 2001ArtByAidan 200112 days ago
  • that moment when a hobbit might be tempted to beat him with his 'hobbit-sized' pies. Hobbit appetites are no joke XD

    Max KoskiMax Koski13 days ago
  • Like ... idk, this is cool and all, but have hobbits ever heard of chicken or beef?

    Tyler LashwayTyler Lashway13 days ago
  • Babish: “does it bother you I’m using the measurements in the metric system?” Me: “ELIJAH WOODS IS AMERICAN! I DONT UNDERSTAND ANY OF THESE MEASUREMENTS!” *...cries in American...*

    momodoesdancemomodoesdance13 days ago
  • Banish: “does it bother you I’m using the measurements in the metric system?” Me: “ELIJAH WOODS IS AMERICAN! I DONT UNDERSTAND ANY OF THESE MEASUREMENTS!” *cries in American*

    momodoesdancemomodoesdance13 days ago
  • You should make the Cellular Peptide Cake from Star Trek TNG S07E06. ...with mint frosting!

    Kyle TakemotoKyle Takemoto14 days ago
  • did he repost this?? I remember it from a few years ago?

    Laureta HuitLaureta Huit14 days ago
  • Love how he called the mince pies "Hobbit sized" yet I'm sat here thinking they are normal size lol

    Hugh FmHugh Fm14 days ago
    • TTHAAA COOOM!

      Emily AnEmily An14 days ago
  • You're going to be doing a Million Subscriber Special every month, at this exponential rate in the quarantine.

    Charles ConstantineCharles Constantine14 days ago
    • presseri. Look it up. Its famouse for its vine cider jucie and jams and more

      Emily AnEmily An14 days ago
  • Cheese glorious Cheese!

    ScottaHemiScottaHemi14 days ago
  • also to add some suet to the mincemeat....

    JerryJerry14 days ago
  • Please. Continue using C° in your videos 🙏

    TheyCallMe DougTheyCallMe Doug15 days ago
  • Babish: LOTR Feast Pippin: A second breakfast Bombur: snacks

    Ptao TomPtao Tom15 days ago
  • Looks delicious!

    WarBerJr02WarBerJr0215 days ago
  • I know I sound like a kid but "horsing around" is such a funny statement to use lmao

    Squidward with a gunSquidward with a gun15 days ago
    • the words "townsend" and "nutmeg" in the same Video? What is this a Crossover Episode? PS: If you read this a Crossover Episode would be awesome

      Ptao TomPtao Tom15 days ago
  • 10:33 Nice.

    electron9electron915 days ago
  • the fact that he keeps saying mince MEAT pies

    Andrea JAndrea J15 days ago
  • That shoutout to Townsends

    Liina P.Liina P.16 days ago
  • State of Relative Smoothness sounds like it could be a band name

    Light MonolithLight Monolith16 days ago
  • Cram

    Brody HaleBrody Hale16 days ago
  • "I wanted these to come out Hobbit sized" so you mean twice as big? Lol

    dankstank69 floorgangdankstank69 floorgang16 days ago
  • I’ll smash the dislike on anything you make LOTR/GOT

    Tyler DurdenTyler Durden16 days ago
    • We don't understand why it's called mincemeat either, don't worry.

      Ask to seduce MissAsk to seduce Miss16 days ago
  • Nutmeg the lord off the spices. Oh and also if u have a po box i can send u a bottle or two of organic Apple cider or a bottle off chunky Apple juice from Our famouse Askim bær presseri. Look it up. Its famouse for its vine cider jucie and jams and more

    Rebecca RøsslerRebecca Røssler16 days ago
    • I found a lembas bread that was basically shortbread cookies. My DnD group loved them!

      Ask to seduce MissAsk to seduce Miss16 days ago
  • TTHAAA COOOM!

    MangoMango16 days ago
  • 1:56 you will buy my wares!!

    Danny MacDanny Mac16 days ago
  • lembas needs to be revisited. there's a couple pretty good (and rather easy) recipes out there.

    shannon oneillshannon oneill16 days ago
  • Andrew make a show with limited budget like the people who don’t have a lot of equipment or money for ingredients

    Charming nowhere to hideCharming nowhere to hide16 days ago
  • Tol-keen.

    Kera LoganKera Logan16 days ago
  • It's mince pies

    Donna AndersonDonna Anderson16 days ago
    • came for lembas bread, left dissapointed

      Charming nowhere to hideCharming nowhere to hide16 days ago
  • the words "townsend" and "nutmeg" in the same Video? What is this a Crossover Episode? PS: If you read this a Crossover Episode would be awesome

    ----16 days ago
  • I heard the townsends plug, 18th Century Babish when???

    Dr. NunnarDr. Nunnar16 days ago
  • and here i thought mincemeat pie have meat in it i never had pie so i have no idea what pie's taste like

    Black BlazeBlack Blaze17 days ago
  • The measurement for the pastry dough for the apple tart are completely wrong.

    PrecursorPrecursor17 days ago
  • Are we going to ignore the fact that he teased us with "The townsends channel"

    Jozep Linus San FelipeJozep Linus San Felipe17 days ago
  • Me eating McDonald’s watching this like:-w-

    Emily AnEmily An17 days ago
  • Dude honest question, how much time do you spend per day washing dishes

    AdamAdam17 days ago
  • I found a lembas bread that was basically shortbread cookies. My DnD group loved them!

    FlutePlayer777FlutePlayer77718 days ago
    • Finally he included Celsius 😀😀😀

      Emily AnEmily An17 days ago
  • We don't understand why it's called mincemeat either, don't worry.

    Ryan ChaneyRyan Chaney18 days ago
  • I just love that the seven million subscriber special hasn't been out for a month and he's already almost halfway through to eight.

    CossycCossyc18 days ago
  • Man this is awesome. So many!

    SwagLordSwagLord18 days ago
  • Spoken like a true kitchen warlock.... he said he doesnt do magic food... Never said he couldnt.

    CheezebladeCheezeblade18 days ago
  • He didnt make a bunch of onion rings.... shame

    CheezebladeCheezeblade18 days ago
  • Why do you reccomend everyone i watch, Even Jason Townsends!?

    GaiR BaeRGaiR BaeR18 days ago
  • came for lembas bread, left dissapointed

    Terezi PyropeTerezi Pyrope18 days ago
  • The fact that he just got 7 million three weeks ago and hes almost at 7.5 million.

    Tyler TrezakTyler Trezak18 days ago
    • the pandemic is actually doing him a real solid. His kind of content is barely slowed by the pandemic so he has a leg up against many impeded YTbers fighting for our screen time. He is still pumping 1-2 videos a week which is impressive.

      Yik Long TayYik Long Tay15 days ago
  • Babish, just thought I’d let you know that we brits do have normal nice meat pies, what you made was just a mince pie which is common during Christmas.

    Shahnoor KhanShahnoor Khan18 days ago
  • 7 mil 3 weeks later 7.4 mil

    Sergeant Z.U.C.CSergeant Z.U.C.C18 days ago
  • I love how he walks into the frame every intro like a sim 😂😂😂😂

    Gayle LimGayle Lim19 days ago
  • This completely destroyed the mental picture I constructed since I was a child every time I read that people were eating mincemeat pie. I envisioned something akin to a deep dish pizza with piecrust and filled with a variety of minced meat that looked almost like sloppy joe. My mind is blown xD.

    Jonathan MendozaJonathan Mendoza19 days ago
  • Me eating McDonald’s watching this like:-w-

    RandomweebRandomweeb19 days ago
  • I think the challenge for the Elven bread is a dry cracker that has 10000+ calories per piece.

    Peter CaravelloPeter Caravello19 days ago
  • Finally he included Celsius 😀😀😀

    GAMEPLAY 'SERSGAMEPLAY 'SERS19 days ago
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