Binging with Babish: Teddy Brûlée from Bob’s Burgers

Binging with Babish: Teddy Brûlée from Bob’s Burgers

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It would seem as though most modern comedies have a Teddy: a hapless, lovable loser whose behavior straddles the line between funny and halting. Perhaps Teddy Brûlée captures the character better than any other food could: sweet, unhealthy, and holding a blowtorch.

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51 Responses

  1. Binging with Babish says:

    So uh, marshmallow batter? Marshmallow dough? Raw marshmallow? Marshmallow potential?

  2. Gabriel Rosal says:

    i dont know if u got any tiny whisk themed merch but id probably buy it

  3. Izzy says:

    2:39
    Get yourself a person that caresses you like Babish caresses that dough.

  4. Basically Me says:

    2:03
    The graham cracker is a cookie of sorts, common in the United States, which is typically sweetened with sugar, honey, and/or cinnamon. The current recipe is a far cry from their original one — a mild, unsweetened biscuit made of unbleached flour with bran and wheat germ added. Graham crackers were originally invented in the early 1800s by a Presbyterian minister by the name of Sylvester Graham, who introduced this snack item as part of his then-radical vegetarian diet which eschewed white flour and spices.

    Why? Graham hoped to end what he believed to be the scourge of his time: masturbation.

    • mwiz100 says:

      What is it with white religious guys at the time trying to create biscuits and cereals in an effort to stop masturbation?!

  5. Hatman127 says:

    Little did you know he ate the whole thing off camera.

  6. Xplodium says:

    Burnt marshmallows is the way to go. When making s’mores I just stick it in the fire until I’ve got a fireball on a stick and then let it burn out on its own.

  7. Pinch of Pepper says:

    Genie: You have one wi-
    Babish: I WISH TO BE ABLE TO SUMMON TINY WHISKS AT WILL
    Genie: …. Here’s a tattoo

  8. Firewarlord says:

    Is that Vinny from “It’s Alive”? I heard he was working with Babish now.

  9. FOOD by Lyds says:

    Finally, arson and food together!

  10. The Gladstonian Liberal says:

    Actually a pretty good Michael Cane impression there 😉

  11. Minnesota Guy says:

    I feel Iike there hasn’t been a lot of flavors getting to know each other lately.

  12. Kayla Webb says:

    “Did you know that Graham crackers were made by Sylvester Graham? In that spirit we’re beating our liquid ingredients” I love how babish adjusts his commentary to make it slightly inappropriate 😂

  13. GieniuMen says:

    “Thanks to a sponsorsh…” right arrow, right arrow, right arrow.

    It’s my YouTube Pavlov reflex.

  14. Jade says:

    Bob’s Burgers is so Fire…But can you make the soup and special order (Yes! Sweat breads Ala Gusteau) from Ratatouille? (Like to second!!!)

  15. Wandering Soul says:

    Marshmallows were actually made by ancient Egyptians for sore throat. Tho, only the rich could afford it

  16. 女の子スターの says:

    Babish: (talks about how Graham crackers are invented to avoid masturbation)
    Also Babish: In that spirit, we are beating together these ingredients…

  17. Derek Ihrke says:

    If you want to make a healthy dish, do a “Courage, the Cowardly Dog” special with Eggplant Surprise, Cajun Stew, and Happy Plums.

  18. Some dude On the internet says:

    2:09 ” in that spirit we are BEATING eggs together” oh I see babish got puns now.

  19. amelia J says:

    Make the soup Remi makes in Ratatouille!

  20. Hank Hill says:

    Thank you Mr Babish for using sweet sweet propane. I salut you sir.

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