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Binging with Babish: Duck Fat Fries from John Wick: Chapter 2

  • Published on Mar 27, 2023 veröffentlicht
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Comments • 944

  • Tashiba Lampkin
    Tashiba Lampkin 2 months ago +7203

    I have seen a person get sponsored by Lionsgate. Big respect.

    • Dame Da Ne Guy
      Dame Da Ne Guy 2 months ago +388

      Did you forget the never or did you see someone get sponsored by them

    • Steven Bobby Bills
      Steven Bobby Bills 2 months ago +90

      ​​@Dame Da Ne Guy The Warp Zone also released a sponsored video earlier this week, but yeah, Tashiba probably forgot the "never" part.

    • Alex Ramos
      Alex Ramos 2 months ago +36

      10 million followers will get you a lot of big sponsors

    • GCOS Benbow
      GCOS Benbow 2 months ago +79

      @Dame Da Ne Guy We all have just seen a person get sponsored by lionsgate.

    • Indi Go
      Indi Go 2 months ago +64

      @Dame Da Ne Guy Ironically, it made sense even without the “never.”

  • Bryan Tan
    Bryan Tan 2 months ago +3914

    It’s so nice of the Italian guy to discuss food with John. I wish you didn’t cut out his response about how the steak is even better than the potatos

    • JimL
      JimL 2 months ago +42

      I will take the steak every time.

    • Darksunrise
      Darksunrise 2 months ago +373

      You mean when John replied with "It's Wicking time" and then Wicked all over him?

    • Agent LokVokun
      Agent LokVokun 2 months ago +18

      Steaks = Boiled > Fries = Fried
      ??? -- Agreed

    • Seth Gaston
      Seth Gaston 2 months ago +77

      ​@Agent LokVokun sous vide is not remotely the same thing as boiling meat. Not even close.

    • Kairu Hakubi
      Kairu Hakubi 2 months ago +44

      @Seth Gaston let's be fair, it is absolutely _close._ while still being extremely different.

  • Jesse Farkas
    Jesse Farkas 2 months ago +1917

    It's easier to keep the layered potatoes together if you add potato starch in with them before layering

    • J Turner
      J Turner 2 months ago +18

      Thanks for the feedback.

    • MSlocum669
      MSlocum669 2 months ago +16

      @J Turner I was thinking the same thing, or even just coating the potato spears in potato starch.

    • AngryLittleSpider
      AngryLittleSpider 2 months ago

      Big thanks

    • Chris Tufano
      Chris Tufano 2 months ago +12

      so what, like put a layer of the potato then a shake of starch, then layer, shake of starch etc etc ?

    • MSlocum669
      MSlocum669 2 months ago +10

      @Chris Tufano Yes, I also thing you could coat the spears after par boiling them.

  • Jesauce
    Jesauce 2 months ago +563

    man, i've been watching you since the inception of the channel. it's so crazy to see what you've done. from tiny apartment to giant house with 2 studios, hot ones, and now sponsored by john wick.
    Andrew you are slaying life, stay killin it, much love

    • Hope Weiss
      Hope Weiss 2 months ago +1

      I was thinking the same thing! I haven't been here from quite the beginning but the first year for sure. It's insane how far he's come!

    • Cossyc
      Cossyc 2 months ago

      What?! Babish was in Hot ones?! I mean I have seen him when Architecture Daily showed his house, but not Hot ones. Time to go look.

  • Yesnog05
    Yesnog05 2 months ago +24

    As someone who used to work in a 2-Michelin star restaurant, this looks worthy in the menu! I never knew you could cheat dry-aged steaks with Koji! I've got to try it!

    • Rylanor, the Ancient of Rites
      Rylanor, the Ancient of Rites Month ago

      I changed careers before I ever made it to a Michelin Star establishment, although I spent several years in Fine Dining.
      May I ask which restaurant and what your position was?

  • Come Fast To Get Into My Body
    Come Fast To Get Into My Body 2 months ago +1772

    I love how "let's see if we can do better" takes a somewhat affordable dish and turns it into a high tier, five star restaurant. Love your work!

    • Imprudent Peter
      Imprudent Peter 2 months ago +21

      Hahahaha, the tiny whisk in your pic. You really do love his work.

    • CDX Network
      CDX Network 2 months ago +6


    • Swed neck
      Swed neck 2 months ago +11

      sorry but nothing with beef in it is "somewhat affordable" lol

    • K L
      K L 2 months ago +1

      @Swed neckWhat country do you live in

    • Swed neck
      Swed neck 2 months ago

      @K L sweden

  • Lycon Xero
    Lycon Xero 2 months ago +398

    The only real change that I'd personally make is to NOT use butter in the Sou Vide initial process because it dilutes the natural beefy flavor a bit. Doing the butter basting after the fact is a fantastic idea, though.

    • Eric Prince
      Eric Prince 2 months ago +9

      Would be curious to try wagyu beef tallow as a substitute for butter. I always have some on hand for wrapping briskets.

    • Tim Tilford
      Tim Tilford 2 months ago +25

      Thank you! Completely agree. No lipids in the sous vide bag. Lipid soluble flavour molecules end up in the - normally discarded - fluids rather than the item being consumed. In this case, flavour from the steak ends up in the melted butter....

    • Brian Thompson
      Brian Thompson 2 months ago +13

      Came here to say the same thing. As soon as I saw him add the butter i was like "NOOOOOO". Same with the whole garlic. Use dehydrated or powder in sous vide.

    • Corey _T
      Corey _T 2 months ago +7

      ​​​@Eric Prince fats, even tallow, do not impart flavor to the meat in a sous vide bag like they do in other cooking techniques. Rather, the fats take beef flavor away from the steak. That said, fats are fair game to use when searing or finishing out of the bag.

      DOLAN DUK 2 months ago +2

      Also, no fresh garlic in bag. Only powdered.

  • Daniel Poole
    Daniel Poole 2 months ago +571

    I love how he explains it like we're going to make it 😂😂😂

    • Juzi
      Juzi 2 months ago +44

      speak for yourself nwah

    • Dom
      Dom 2 months ago +16

      If I had a sue vide, I'd definitely make it. I've made a lot of his recipes lol

    • Glückliches Hähnchen
      Glückliches Hähnchen 2 months ago +3

      But I am

    • Fishnhomey Lod
      Fishnhomey Lod 2 months ago +1

      I will!

    • Zarah Descoteaux
      Zarah Descoteaux 2 months ago +4

      My dad bought a sous vide machine awhile ago. I am absolutely gonna try this.

  • Drifty
    Drifty 2 months ago +462

    The John Wick movies are never disappointing man. All four of them were absolute masterpieces.

    • ADiL
      ADiL 2 months ago +11

      3 was meh

    • Alex Minci
      Alex Minci 2 months ago +1


    • Toaster
      Toaster 2 months ago +4

      The fourth was truly disappointing. The worst of the four.

    • Epicotters
      Epicotters 2 months ago +35

      ​@Toaster you're insane

    • MultiGreenman123
      MultiGreenman123 2 months ago +4

      One was enough for me.

  • waks2001
    waks2001 2 months ago +648

    with the partnership, i am now convinced that the babish version is the one they serve in the movie

  • Adam Banks
    Adam Banks 11 days ago +1

    The thing babby did with the loaf of potato slices was mind blowing.

  • Nathaniel Foga
    Nathaniel Foga 2 months ago +123

    Babish getting the opportunity to advertise John wick 4 while doing a recipe for one of the films was an absolute perfect opportunity for him .

    • TippyHippy
      TippyHippy 2 months ago

      I put my hamster in a sock and slammed it against the furniture

    • AidenLikesGreninja
      AidenLikesGreninja 2 months ago

      ​@TippyHippy same

  • florapetals
    florapetals 2 months ago +14

    Such a pretty dish as always! I'm a bit new to this channel but I'm definitely pleased to have discovered it. I think I'm learning lots of new things about cooking here. If you enjoy suggestions for this series, I wonder if trying potatoes and molasses from Over the Garden Wall would work out? It probably isn't as complicated as some other recipes you've done but I know you could come up with a way to make something really delicious out of the combination.

  • Keso Kana
    Keso Kana 2 months ago +680

    Rest in peace Lance Reddick ❤ one of the best actors of all time

    • Your Fly Is Open
      Your Fly Is Open 2 months ago +25

      You can pay your respects but don’t cap just cause he’s dead…

    • Sondergaard
      Sondergaard 2 months ago +47

      @Your Fly Is Open Hes definitely up there with some of the best. Was fantastic in John Wick, The Wire, Bosch, Destiny 2 - just to mention a few...

    • Your Fly Is Open
      Your Fly Is Open 2 months ago +15

      @Sondergaard He was a great actor, but not one of the best ever.

    • That_Zombie_Noob
      That_Zombie_Noob 2 months ago +4

      ​@Your Fly Is Open your right but the man was still fantastic

    • Ministry of Magic: Department of Mysteries
      Ministry of Magic: Department of Mysteries 2 months ago +25

      He was certainly one of the actors of all time.

  • Ham Sandwich
    Ham Sandwich 2 months ago +10

    I know you said you "half-assed" it but the first attempt at steak & fries felt like a return to the simpler days of Babish in your apartment kitchen, big fan of the more accessible content.

  • PyroBlitzPlays
    PyroBlitzPlays 2 months ago +74

    I just saw John Wick 4 a few hours before I saw this video, highly recommend it. The cinematography and fight scene choreography are insanely well done.

    • e a e
      e a e 2 months ago +4

      And the ending is just perfection

    • may)(day
      may)(day 2 months ago +2

      how is it story wise?

    • e a e
      e a e 2 months ago +2

      @may)(day literal perfection

    • Rylanor, the Ancient of Rites
      Rylanor, the Ancient of Rites Month ago

      I want to rewatch the series before I go and see it

  • Brendissimo
    Brendissimo 2 months ago +10

    You're always gonna be one of my favorites, dude. This one was great and also very classic Babish.

  • Dots
    Dots 2 months ago +15

    Was catching up on the first three john wick movies the other day and thought of babish doing this recipe especially with the fourth one coming out now. Back from the movies an hour ago after watching Chapter 4 and saw this uploaded when I got home. Finished my dinner tonight while watching this video :)

  • Das Nutnock
    Das Nutnock 2 months ago +32

    My word, those layered chips look sensational 👍

  • Megatorr88
    Megatorr88 2 months ago +28

    This looks absolutely delicious. Steak and chips will never be the same…

  • Mini Cooking
    Mini Cooking 2 months ago

    thanks for the tasty video

  • Javier Vigil
    Javier Vigil 2 months ago +15

    Honestly, I think the way you treated the fries the second go around is how I thought they were made in John wick. I'm sooooo excited for the final installment.

  • Adam Waldrop
    Adam Waldrop 2 months ago +170

    Winston: "What have you done?"
    Babish: *puts fork and knife on clean plate* "Finished it."

  • Tom Blakeman
    Tom Blakeman 2 months ago +26

    These little bit longer videos where you go on an adventure of improvements are 👌

  • Jenn Dowden
    Jenn Dowden Month ago

    I haven't attempted my take on this yet, but my goodness, I especially find the potatoes here so very intriguing. Thanks for this video, which I have already repeatedly revisited when thinking of this dish.

  • Vince
    Vince Month ago +1

    On top of the fraction of time and cost you save for the rice dry aging process, the steaks seemed to maintain a lot of the juice which is a trade off of the typical dry aging process.

  • The Sauce Maker
    The Sauce Maker 2 months ago +10

    It's so nice of Alvin to let Andy do a special episode in his channel.

  • Arondlight
    Arondlight 2 months ago +8

    This is the first time I heard of the rice ferment method, will sure try it out later !

  • Drunk Cooking
    Drunk Cooking 2 months ago +3

    I tried making koji steak a few times over the past 3 years and it tasted weird to me. I’m not the only one who experienced this either, there are sizable portions of people on Reddit and other forums that make koji stuff and said koji steak tastes odd.

  • Jan U
    Jan U 2 months ago +1

    Every time I watch videos like these 0:01 I’m always so Hungry, haven’t eaten whole day and my mouth just watering on the delicious food he’s preparing. It looks so beautiful I’d like to try this recipe in the future so badly
    Or maybe I’ll be happy with my bowl of cereal😆

  • Thicc Potato
    Thicc Potato 2 months ago +59

    I’ve see chapter 4 twice and it is indeed the best one yet.

    • Klop Klop
      Klop Klop 2 months ago +7

      Now let's make you see it again. Just imagine the drifting driveby scene and the dragon breath sequence. Enjoy!

    • George WKush1994
      George WKush1994 2 months ago +12

      Man, that overhead one take shot in the apartment building in Paris is one of the greatest things I've ever seen in a movie.

    • Thicc Potato
      Thicc Potato 2 months ago +5

      @George WKush1994 that’s everyone’s favorite scene it’s so brutal and smooth. Reminds me of the vibe I got from predators or old sly movies when I was a kid lol

    • Ten Gauge
      Ten Gauge 2 months ago

      My favorite part was the long fight up the flight of stairs and the music used in that fight.

    • Chad Thundercock
      Chad Thundercock 2 months ago +4

      That nightclub scene in Berlin is underrated af

  • Delvin William
    Delvin William 2 months ago

    you make cooking interesting with experimentation and your narration while describing how you do things makes cooking fun

  • AceVendetta
    AceVendetta 2 months ago

    this is awesome. I'm not sure if you noticed in the John Wick clip, but the fries had the same layered effect as yours, so I think you nailed the recipe. Not sure if they provided the recipes to you. If they didn't, then you did an amazing job at reverse engineering them

  • B Gross
    B Gross 2 months ago +21

    A John Wick inspired menu and use of a mini wisk?!! Best episode ever!

  • Stock Watsonn u
    Stock Watsonn u 2 months ago +6

    I would love to see the other things on The Continental’s menu.

  • Matt Miller
    Matt Miller 2 months ago +1

    Babish literally never disappoints. Thank you for your videos

  • Andrew Shugg
    Andrew Shugg Month ago

    Dying for a steak now. Thanks Andrew. 😄

  • airmax899
    airmax899 2 months ago

    I can confidently say that either version of this recipe looks absolutely amazing

  • A Knight
    A Knight 2 months ago +3

    i looked for this dish last week. i was disappointed not finding one on your channel. I AM SO HAPPY

  • Michael Mahabir
    Michael Mahabir 2 months ago +5

    I’ve always wanted to try some of that after seeing John Wick 2.

  • Lewis Thomson
    Lewis Thomson 2 months ago +7

    amazing video bro, i love all your cooking

  • Maurice Irrgang
    Maurice Irrgang 2 months ago +1

    It's always awesome to watch those videos. I have to eat when I watch but I remain hungry from watching. Great show, awesome People, thank you all and greetings from Germany!

  • TophMcMasterson
    TophMcMasterson Month ago +1

    Think there have been quite a few experiments showing that adding butter to sous vide like that actually kind of leeches out the flavor of the beef. May be interesting to try out or compare in a future episode!

    • Rylanor, the Ancient of Rites
      Rylanor, the Ancient of Rites Month ago

      The channel "Sous Vide Everything" did an experiment and essentially concluded exactly what you said; flavor moves out of the meat and into the butter.
      Personally, I find this to be an acceptable risk because I use the juices left over from the sous vide to make a pan sauce for the meat, so I get all that flavor back.

  • Erik Danielson
    Erik Danielson 2 months ago +5

    I love how this episode honestly seems like Lionsgate approached Andrew about doing a sponsorship and he quick had to come up with anything food related from the John Wick franchise which, there surprisingly isn’t a lot of

  • justin craig
    justin craig 2 months ago

    This might be the most extremely delicious meal he’s made.

  • Notatuna
    Notatuna 2 months ago +4

    You should do your own spin on Gus' Paila Marina from breaking bad, I have a similar soup around Christmas time and it's absolutely delicious.

  • kerrynaruto
    kerrynaruto 2 months ago +7

    I can only imagine what a meal like this would cost

    • Brandon
      Brandon 2 months ago +2

      The original dish would cost $80 -$100 at a medium to high end restaurant. Babish's version would be closer to $125 - $200 at a ~very~ high end restaurant, possibly Michelin Star.

    • Sickof Itall
      Sickof Itall Month ago

      I made two cups of demi-glacé today and it cost about $20 for the ingredients.
      The ingredients to make the fries was another $20.
      The ingredients for the bordelaise were about $40. I got some beef bones to add the marrow to the sauce, and the wine I have wasn’t cheap.
      I got prime beef tenderloin from Costco for $25 a lb. The three tenderloins I’m using and up to 1.5 lbs, so call it $40 for the beef and asparagus.
      Total for home cooked is ~ $120 for three people.
      I owe my parents a huge favor for helping me out with some stuff at the house, so I thought a nice meal would do the trick.

  • Easy cooking
    Easy cooking 2 months ago

    Looks delicious and beautiful! Thank you very much for sharing! 👍👍👍

  • Druid
    Druid 2 months ago +1

    I feel like Keanu secretly watches these videos. Would be fun to see him in one!

  • Jose Gabriel Sanoja H.

    hace que le agarre el gusto a la cocina, muy bueno..

  • James
    James 2 months ago +2

    This was a great episode! The food and the movie it was referencing from

  • Chris Magro
    Chris Magro 2 months ago +4

    Andrew's voice is so soothing I often don't register his jokes until at least 5 seconds after he tells them.

  • Monstruon
    Monstruon 2 months ago +6

    Watching this while eating a cold slice of pizza hits different.

  • Robert Klamm
    Robert Klamm 2 months ago

    My daughter is about to enter culinary school and loves confit! I’ve only confited duck legs, but she looks at everything and wants to confit it.

  • Kerry Lawrence
    Kerry Lawrence 2 months ago +1

    Is there a possibility you could make the sandwich from the movie " safe" ? I have no idea what was in that sandwich but it looked so delicious

  • Asha
    Asha 2 months ago

    Personally, potatoes pave just looks so much better when you make the pieces taller than longer so that you more clearly present that lovely cross section of the layers of potatoes.

  • Adelheid Snel
    Adelheid Snel 2 months ago +2

    Great video with great connotations to Mr. Wick! Greetings from the Netherlands, mouthwatering content you make!

  • Jhoune Michael Olimba
    Jhoune Michael Olimba 2 months ago +14

    If I we're John Wick, I'd respectfully slide a gold coin on the table and order this.

  • Nightstep Station
    Nightstep Station 2 months ago +13

    Hey Babish, you should try out Adirondack blue and red potatoes, they have blue and red flesh and keep their colors even boiled or fried, they make amazing flavored fries

    • Rylanor, the Ancient of Rites
      Rylanor, the Ancient of Rites Month ago

      I tried growing those one time and they got some kind of weird plant disease. Didn't get a single potato out of four plants

  • Clayton Marnin
    Clayton Marnin 2 months ago +342

    A natural born killer deserves some of the finest cuisine before going out to play! This will do nicely for any guest of the Continental!

    • Hinomaru Hio
      Hinomaru Hio 2 months ago +5

      "Do enjoy the party."

    • Diego Santos
      Diego Santos 2 months ago

      Alo don't eat too much duck fries you will gain weight

    • banana man
      banana man 2 months ago

      Not Santino D'Antonio

    • Clayton Marnin
      Clayton Marnin 2 months ago

      @banana man He shouldn't have put a bounty on John Wick of course.

  • tonyStorks
    tonyStorks 2 months ago

    That meal was to die for. Though Santino did not know what went through his head.

  • Fancyincubus
    Fancyincubus 2 months ago +2

    We use to use a salad spinner to drain duckfat from fried food and to conserve as much as possible Instead of losing it in the napkin ❤

  • roosterconlon
    roosterconlon 2 months ago +2

    So stoked! been asking for this episide for years!

  • Jamaican A Foreign 🇯🇲

    I watched John Wick 4 on opening night and it did not disappoint, all 4 were amazing!!!

  • Uncut F and U
    Uncut F and U 28 days ago

    Banish. The only guy to take fancy food and say I can make fancier 💅

  • Fries
    Fries 2 months ago +5

    Kennebec Potatoes (which are mostly purchased by Lays) or Russet Norkotah are THE best US variety for Fries. Just trust me I’ve done and incredible amount of leg work on this one.

  • Erdem Batmaz
    Erdem Batmaz 2 months ago

    After Babish interrupted the clip, John agreed with Santino. They sat down and had a meal together, and had a civil conversation about their differences. (:

  • chester
    chester 2 months ago

    it's been a while binging with babish, refreshing to see same ol comfy food content

  • A banana
    A banana 2 months ago

    I wish they cast you in the next John wick film if they ever decide to make one

  • Pixelpostrandy
    Pixelpostrandy Month ago

    If I had this as my last meal I would die happy

  • Just Relaxing
    Just Relaxing 2 months ago +2

    That looked delicious! Thanks for the video and clip from John Wick...yes Reeves is cool.

  • Papa Juja
    Papa Juja 2 months ago +6

    If you will leave the butter out of your sous vide bag instead, you will find that the flavor is objectively better. Butter has alot of water in it. It affects the flavor of the steak negatively while in the sous vide as lipids tend to impart no flavor to meats while in sous vide. Everything else was as perfect as I could hope for. I'll have to try the potatoe starch trick I saw down in the comments

    • The2jewls
      The2jewls 2 months ago

      thank you! I was looking for this comment

    • KittenCritters
      KittenCritters Month ago

      That fake bordelaise sauce was far from perfect, ngl.

    • Rylanor, the Ancient of Rites
      Rylanor, the Ancient of Rites Month ago

      I add butter to my sous vide bags and then I use all the juices to make a pan sauce to put over the meat.
      My method may or may not be "objectively wrong" but I like it just the same regardless.

  • Keksidy's Workshop
    Keksidy's Workshop 2 months ago

    I'd love to see you recreate the fried feast Bill and Boomhaur made in King of the Hill after learning bananas could be fried. Served with a honey sauce, of course

  • Spoon 4232184y091
    Spoon 4232184y091 2 months ago

    So, question on using koji
    Would Koji miso work towards the same ends? I am asking, because I tried to find it at my local whole foods, and could only find the miso variant. I suspect you can, but it would also be affected by the miso flavors, which is why rice is being used in this case.

  • Cássio Lins
    Cássio Lins 2 months ago +1

    Guga, from Sous Vide Everything showed that putting butter on the bag actually make the steak worse than without it. Better to use it only to put the crust at the end.

  • phoenixrising7777
    phoenixrising7777 Month ago +1

    You can dry age at home if you use Umai bags. Not as quick as koji, but works like a charm

  • Felix
    Felix 2 months ago +1

    Yum, looks soooo delicious

  • Francesco Falcone
    Francesco Falcone 2 months ago +8

    These old school BB episodes are my favorite

  • Eat Carbs Outdoors
    Eat Carbs Outdoors 2 months ago

    Looks to be worth a gold coin. I still need to see the movie too.
    Thanks for the video

  • LaChauntis Washington
    LaChauntis Washington 2 months ago

    that looks so delicious😋🤤💦

  • Ailuridaek3k
    Ailuridaek3k Month ago

    I've actually been waiting for this for years.

  • Ironpatriot876
    Ironpatriot876 2 months ago

    You should do cheese smoothies from Zeke and Luther. I wanna see how this could me made edible.

  • Ammar Bin Nasir
    Ammar Bin Nasir 2 months ago +33

    Just discovered your channel.And its wow

    • Tonny Nguyen
      Tonny Nguyen 2 months ago +10

      Don't Read My Profile Photo ok I won't.

    • Seven Hunnid
      Seven Hunnid 2 months ago

      I do food reviews while I’m high on my Clip-Share channel, first mexican to hop on the tube & do This 😮

    • Johnathan Corwin
      Johnathan Corwin 2 months ago

      ​@Seven Hunnid latinx ew

  • Wianka
    Wianka 2 months ago

    I want them so badly right now

  • Jonathan S.
    Jonathan S. 2 months ago

    I suggested this years ago and it makes me happy it finally got made

  • Daybreak
    Daybreak 2 months ago +1

    Dude I bought all three DVDs of John Wick chapters 1-3 last week and I plowed through one and two today (about to watch the third tomorrow). I got done with the second an hour ago and kept thinking about that food then I see this on my notifications. The frigging timing!

  • Brendan Smith
    Brendan Smith 2 months ago +1

    Immediately liking because you finally made a John Wick video.

  • Hello World
    Hello World 2 months ago

    I’m literally eating bbq, and I haven’t been this hungry watching your video since the baklava on basics or the chefs choice platter from binging

  • JustLeeGuy
    JustLeeGuy 2 months ago +10

    Man got sponsered by Lionsgate themselves, amazing.

  • Sohana Rahaman
    Sohana Rahaman 2 months ago

    Man, it looks really delicious and lovely to look at

  • anna
    anna 2 months ago +1

    anyone else notice all the alliteration and occasional rhyme in the script? this is truly art

  • Thiffguy
    Thiffguy 2 months ago +2

    I saw the movie this last weekend. For being the first John Wick movie I saw, it was a fun watch. Definitely gonna rent and watch the other three movies. Keanu Reeves is best anime waifu.

  • Megan Smith
    Megan Smith 2 months ago

    You should do Arlene's magical fry bread from "Smoke Signals" next.

  • Red Rover
    Red Rover 2 months ago

    My grandmother made me homemade potato chips fried in bacon grease; I've never tasted better.

  • Running the Meta
    Running the Meta 2 months ago +7

    Could you try making the turducken slammer or the Winchester Surprise from Supernatural?

  • NebraskaRyan
    NebraskaRyan Month ago

    Question when you sous vide the steaks how do you know when the inside of the steak reaches your desired temperature?

  • p1xlb
    p1xlb 2 months ago +1

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  • Kelsey
    Kelsey 2 months ago

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  • Kenny Zhang
    Kenny Zhang 2 months ago

    this dish is to die for

  • Red Muller
    Red Muller 2 months ago +8

    This is my first time even hearing of sous vide. I looked up the machine and it looks like such a handy kitchen tool to have if you're serious about steaks. >> Be nice for a special occasion holiday meal!
    I always learn so many great cooking techniques from this channel, thank you so much for such great content Andy! I'll be tuning in for more!

    • Michael Leue
      Michael Leue 2 months ago +4

      Honestly reverse sear is a better and cheaper method for almost every case where you'd consider sous vide.

    • notahotshot
      notahotshot 2 months ago +1

      ​@Michael Leue
      How is it better? Sous vide can control the temperature much better than an oven at the correct temperature for the steak. Most ovens can't even be set that low.

    • Rylanor, the Ancient of Rites
      Rylanor, the Ancient of Rites Month ago

      @notahotshot Reverse sear dehydrates the meat less than sous vide (juicier steak), but you can't "fire and forget" so-to-speak.
      You can sous vide a steak for 2 hours or 12 hours without "overcooking" it (but you do risk denaturing the proteins, which turns the texture into mush).

    • mark godish
      mark godish Day ago

      ​@notahotshotReverse sear in a 200-250F oven with a meat thermometer can get the same target temperature in half the time and no separate expensive equipment. The key is a meat thermometer with an adjustable alarm so you can take the meat out as soon as it gets to your desired temperature.