Binging with Babish: Crêpes from Talladega Nights

  • Published on Oct 22, 2019
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    Crêpes are discussed at length, in a pretty threatening manner, in Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby. Before his arm is snapped by the very French Jean Girard, he's coerced into admitting he likes crêpes...which he actually does. Which makes sense, because they're the perfect vessel for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and dessert.
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  • Binging with Babish
    Binging with Babish  28 days ago +5249

    How did I not make something with shake n’ bake?!

    • Operation Trojan Cow
      Operation Trojan Cow 18 days ago

      wake and bake is not for everyone we can leave that behind us new year new me riff raff x

    • Matryx
      Matryx 21 day ago

      Babish.... have you ever thought of trying to do a thing with Gordon Ramsay?

    • Erin
      Erin 21 day ago

      When you said Melange , all I can think of is Frasier when Niles and daphne ask Roz I’d she wants a melange, and she thinks they’re asking for a ménage . 🤣

  • drei greg
    drei greg 8 hours ago

    As a French person and a cooking enthousiast, I was really surprised with the ingredients you chose in order to make your « pâte à crêpes ». Never have I seen someone use butter or water. Often we only use three eggs, 250 gramms of flour and 500 milliliters of milk (and some oil to make the crepe easier to take out of the pan when done). Sometime people replace milk with some beer, and we also add Rhum of course, but that is it. Also ily
    From a Baguette, Cordialement

  • A.Sterio
    A.Sterio 12 hours ago

    Who knew Babish got his start at Simply Crepes😂

  • gael jehanno
    gael jehanno Day ago

    goat chesse/sunny eggs/ham/mushroom and you got the perfect salted buckweath crepe (like we make it in bretagne). For the sweet version, salted caramel and crème chantilly

  • the dog of hope
    the dog of hope Day ago

    Aziraphale would love this and force Crowley to buy them

  • HellaUgly
    HellaUgly 2 days ago

    Babish really gotta flex on us with a C on geometry

  • TheCheck
    TheCheck 2 days ago

    I am an absolute heathen and the only way I'll eat a crepe is with hershey syrup and coconut shavings.

  • Hollyshit !
    Hollyshit ! 2 days ago +1

    Next time try sugar with lemon juice uhhhh childhood memories as a "filling"

  • Herm Wanderer
    Herm Wanderer 3 days ago

    I always forget that you're name is Andrew, my name is Andrew.

  • 44werewolfnomore
    44werewolfnomore 3 days ago

    They also made crepe suzette in trading places.. but it gets scraped into the garbage...

  • Inari Johnson
    Inari Johnson 3 days ago

    I love Jun’s kitchen 😭

  • riya jose
    riya jose 3 days ago

    I made the crepe Suzette damn they taste GOOD!!

  • Otis T
    Otis T 4 days ago

    Is the butter salted?

  • michel Guevara
    michel Guevara 4 days ago

    that first sarazin should have had ham laid on the cheese then the egg cooked on top in the galette.
    trad breton : galette complet, a little fresh sage or thyme salt pepper.

    TIMExBANDIT 6 days ago

    Savory crepe looks like ash. Then you bring out the nightmare mushroom.
    What happened to the nice thin pancakes??!?!

  • Eric Gilbertson
    Eric Gilbertson 6 days ago +18

    Babish: *does something dangerous in his home*
    Also Babish: "don't try this at home"

  • Christopher Castor
    Christopher Castor 7 days ago

    @FliryVorru I think you would like this channel if you have not binged w/ babish before.

  • fzben86
    fzben86 7 days ago

    Never seen something like this before!! Looks yumy especially mushrooms.

  • Pyro Shep
    Pyro Shep 7 days ago

    I'm sitting here watching a very high end chef making these amazing meals while eating a microwave dinner

  • Akko
    Akko 7 days ago

    Sorry to be that asshole, but I'm French and I come from the region that invented crêpes, called Bretagne. I have been eating crêpes for as long as I can remember. Even though this was very entertaining I didn't see a single recipe in this video that would even remotely look like what I would eat in any restaurant in Bretagne. Historically, crêpes were very basic, simple, cheap, popular meal, eaten by lower income classes. Even though it as become classier in the last century, you can still eat a very good crêpe for less than 8€ in most restaurants that are not for tourists. This look like a VERY Americanised version, build on an already very posh and non-authentic Parisian version.
    Some fun facts about crêpes for those interested :
    - A restaurant that serves crêpes is called a "crêperie", and it doesn't serve any other dish. If you see a crêperie that serves other French cuisine, you are in a tourist trap.
    -A crêpe with buckwheat flour is actually called a galette. A galette is almost always salty. We never use wheat flour with salty toppings. Wheat flour is only for deserts.
    - crêpes and galettes are always cooked in salted butter.
    - the most common galette is called a “complete" (means full) and ass ham, one egg and Gruyère cheese. Sometimes you add sauteed mushrooms or oignons. It is served by itself or with a bit of salad if you are in a posher crêperie.
    -the egg is always cooked ON the crêpe, not in a separate pan. I have never seen that before in my life. Pro tip : the server will ask you how you want it. "miroir" means unbroken (I think you say sunny side up) and "brouillé" means broken (it will mix with the over toppings)
    - the most common crêpe is salted butter and sugar, and it is bloody delicious. Another classic is cooked apples with salted caramel.
    -It is very difficult to find authentic crêperies in Paris, witch is why most tourists have a very flawed view of what a crêpe should taste and look like. I live in Paris now, and I miss them very much. Thankfully they are also pretty easy to make if you know the recipe.
    Voilà :) hope I didn't come out as too vindictive, but this is a rare instance were I actually feel like I know my stuff.

  • little Madd
    little Madd 7 days ago


  • Shez Savo
    Shez Savo 8 days ago

    Make a good burger or good burger sauce

  • MegaloIntellectual
    MegaloIntellectual 8 days ago

    Collab with Jun’sKitchen when?

  • SootyQuill the Stupid Canadian

    Are these the same crepes that moe got fried in on that simpsons halloween episode?

  • Corey Thompson
    Corey Thompson 8 days ago

    Should do an episode on Ployes. Very popular here in Maine. Like crepes but thicker and hardier.

  • Riley Ito
    Riley Ito 9 days ago

    Dude did you put donkey milk on the strawberry crepes 😂 why you tryna hide the label 😂😂😂

  • George Salisbury
    George Salisbury 9 days ago

    Maybe you could pour the booze over the crepes on the plate and then light it up like a Christmas pudding!

  • Choppytehbear1337
    Choppytehbear1337 9 days ago

    A simple dessert crèpe thatch enjoy is just sugar with a squeeze of lemon juice.

  • MmSconnection
    MmSconnection 10 days ago

    Looks like Blini

  • DragonGuy GTO
    DragonGuy GTO 10 days ago

    Maybe it's because it's been a while but I don't remember that crepes suzzete part

  • Dan Cowell
    Dan Cowell 10 days ago

    Please collab with Jun! Two of my favourite foodtubers in one place would be amazing.

  • Nicholas Hilton
    Nicholas Hilton 11 days ago +1

    Am I the only one who doesn’t like or understand crepes??? Like why?

  • Noah Burno
    Noah Burno 11 days ago

    "...that's right, Buckwheat flour. Which is not only better for savory crepes but is gluten free"
    AYE I CAN MAKE A BABISH RECIPE! Being allergic to gluten makes some of your videos hard to watch. The voice over is worth it though

  • Anita Borozan
    Anita Borozan 11 days ago

    A crepe is our standard pancake here in Croatia. The big thick ones we call American pancakes.

  • Palpasha Karki
    Palpasha Karki 12 days ago +1

    DID I HEAR JUN!!?!

  • Donnie Brasco
    Donnie Brasco 12 days ago +1

    This motherf***** just squared a circle right there 😱

  • B team
    B team 12 days ago

    You made me want pancakes for lunch 😂 so the misses is make me some ❤❤❤

  • Andy Sutcliffe
    Andy Sutcliffe 13 days ago

    We just call them pancakes in the UK, they are awesome with sugar and lemon juice

  • DraJeezConicus
    DraJeezConicus 13 days ago +1

    *I just noticed that pancakes look like Crêpes.*

  • Dainsle
    Dainsle 13 days ago

    I thought that's a galette

  • arretez de fixer mon nom sales pervers

    I really love this video but.... why did he put water in....
    Also he didn't put any orange flower extract in ...

  • Gnome Reginam
    Gnome Reginam 13 days ago

    I would like to nom

  • JelliBear 246
    JelliBear 246 13 days ago

    OH MY GOSH!!! Gluten Free Crepes!!! Finally some good gluten free food!!
    **NOT gluten free by choice**

  • James M
    James M 13 days ago

    Last one is amazing

  • literallyyork
    literallyyork 14 days ago

    please go to japan and collab with jun that's literally the dream cooking collab

  • Lunch
    Lunch 14 days ago

    “Oh I love crepes suzette”

  • Jock McBile
    Jock McBile 15 days ago

    Got my copy, just in time for my bday.

  • Роман Kreshes
    Роман Kreshes 15 days ago

    This video sponsored by Teremok fastfood...

  • Teina Kore
    Teina Kore 15 days ago

    I love crepes

  • Aygün Karasu
    Aygün Karasu 16 days ago

    I want a Babish x Jun video

  • Blake S
    Blake S 16 days ago

    3:54 the timing

  • Some Random Weeb
    Some Random Weeb 16 days ago +121

    Binging with Junish and Babish's Kitchen : The Epic crossover

  • Kylo Ten - Raikerz
    Kylo Ten - Raikerz 17 days ago


  • Herodotas Gamer
    Herodotas Gamer 17 days ago

    Isn't buckwheat pretty tempermental? Whats the key to making pancakes with buckwheat?

  • Daniel Smith
    Daniel Smith 17 days ago

    Do the Teletubbies toast

  • Alicia De La Cruz
    Alicia De La Cruz 17 days ago

    Did that mushroom head freak anybody else out? I instantly got the hibbie jibbies

    JPONTOL1 17 days ago

    Got the book as the best month-late birthday present ever, and immediately had to recreate Frasier's dinner party, sans carpaccio (because my neighbors had generously offered to bring an appetizer, and I didn't want to show them up). The pomegranate honey sauce and hashweh pairing was exquisite.

  • The Vintage Vegetarian

    Nice shout out to Jun's Kitchen there. Thank you for the excellent video!

  • Laurents Hörr
    Laurents Hörr 17 days ago

    This is the best one yet, just because of the movie😍