Binging with Babish: Rachel’s Trifle from Friends

Binging with Babish: Rachel’s Trifle from Friends

Check out the meal I made for GEICO’s(R) Ad Lib Dinner Party here:

The residents of 90 Bedford Street enjoy a rich variety of culinary contributions from roommate Rachel Green – her traditional English trifle receiving the greatest acclaim, particularly from Joey and a lucky passerby bird. Go ahead and don’t enjoy this meaty, jammy monstrosity this holiday season.

Music: “XXV” by Broke for Free

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70 Responses

  1. Joel Lloyd says:

    I should be doing my work in class, but…. This is considered top priority. Sorry professor!

  2. Andreas Donaldinho says:

    do grilled duck from ducktales

  3. TTrevolverheldTT says:

    Yeah F.R.I.E.N.D.S ! πŸ˜€

  4. Tara Holte says:

    0:48 “sauce pin”

    Also, do the pepperjack turducken slammer from supernatural!

  5. Sock Barron says:

    Shepard’s pie can’t have beef, it needs lamb. that’s cottage pie you’re talking about.

  6. Taylor Maines says:

    This is the first one that i’ve suggested that got made! Praise be to Babish

  7. Brown Gumshoe says:

    Dude I got to say thank you, For my first date we made All the food from ASIP and it was amazing and for our second date were gonna make the Nazi Strudel and burgers from BB

  8. Brik Haus says:

    5:20, they changed something in the matrix

  9. Endyo says:

    5:20 So many bits of salt….

    • ターニャ says:

      Nael Charti
      Ikr πŸ™‚ To me as a German Austria is kind of special, because our histories are so closely intertwined. Some Germans jokingly refer to Austria just as part of Germany. Sadly Austrians don’t like those jokes Β―_(ツ)_/Β―

    • ターニャ says:

      Binging with Babish
      Mate please just stop. I get that this shit is making you money, probably quite a lot considering how little effort you have to put into this, but at at least go look for a thread you haven’t posted in yet.

    • Nael Charti says:

      Reported sir

    • Nael Charti says:

      I agree, here in Luxembourg german is one of the most spoken languages after French and Luxembourgish…
      I mean in Luxembourg most of the population are germans. We love germans (and Austrians) In Luxembourg. I even speak a little german myself, it’s quite easy because the Luxembourgish language and German are almost
      the same! πŸ™‚

  10. Trailers For Fun says:

    I will not rest until you do The Naco from Kim Possible

  11. Blue Nidalee says:

    Can you do the soup from Kung Fu Panda?

  12. Brown Gumshoe says:

    When he added the custard on the beef I audibly gagged

  13. Coffee Pot Productions says:

    Nah they made half an English trifle and half a COTTAGE pie
    Shepherds pie has lamb in it

    • Joseph Gorospe says:

      Looking for this comment

    • Kofi Mills' Videos says:

      Same here, bongo. And I’ve apparently been eating “cottage pie” in every, apparently, “Irish-American” pub in New York. πŸ˜•

      In related news, I just looked up “TIL.” It means “Today I Learned,” for those like me, who didn’t know. 😏
      It also led me to _”till,”_ which Grammarly calls, “another case of a bastardization being used often enough that it’s deemed ‘correct.’ ”

      Just like “shepherd’s pie.” 😌🍴

    • Jason Osborne says:

      The fake babish is gone now

  14. Sauce Stache says:

    I’m a little upset that the recipe didn’t meet Ross’s feet description!

  15. Lexy Luna says:

    No one told me life was gonna be this way

  16. Binging with Babish says:

    Sorry for the audio glitches in this one folks! Edited the episode on a flight from LAX > JFK > ROC last night, barely squeaked out the voice-over this morning! Happy turkey stuff!

  17. Aryaman Anand says:

    Make “mom’s spaghetti” from Eminem

  18. Tom the Fish says:

    Love the background song you use. Never get rid of it lol

  19. Exploding Fish says:

    I think what you’re referring to as “Romano cheese” is actually Pecorino Romano? You used the same weird term in your previous video (the one about pasta). It just means “from Rome”, a city which I’m pretty sure several different cheeses come from.

  20. Ruben Avila says:

    *P I V O T*

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