Binging with Babish: Marmalade from Paddington

Avaldati 21 jaan 2020
Now, I know Paddington loves his marmalade sandwiches. But how about you make some English-style scones to serve with the marmalade instead?
Recipe: www.bingingwithbabish.com/recipes/marmalade
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  • My apologies for the events taking place at 3:11 and 6:45 and 7:11 and in general

    • @MapleRoid you're

    • now i did post this in the complete public comment/chat section but i did think that i would also put this in Babish’s own comment as the hopes that he might have a better chance of actually seeing due to the fact that it is in the public comment section as well as his very own comment so with our further a-do my comment/catch “anyone else notice that at aprox 4:05 he put in yeast however doesn’t even say how much he put it let alone the actual fact that all he had mentions was the Flour, Honey, and lastly the Water. however he did at approximately 4:17 where he says and i quote “... an additional half teaspoon of instant yeast...” basically saying, explaining, and lastly saving himself unintentionally saving himself by implying that, that was exactly what he had added the first time at 4:05 along with the same exact amount as before when he states that he is not “…adding a half teaspoon…” but rather he is “…adding AN ADDITIONAL half teaspoon…” but other than that this was and is still the first and only mistake that was in the video or well at least the first and only mistake that was in the video that i had caught as well as i had checked the comments to see if anyone else had recognized it or maybe some people did notice and just didn’t saying anything, however either way i did not catch anyone else bringing this very very very small and slight mistake to light (even thought i, however, did not spend an hour or more physically going through and reading every single comment word for word especially since there is a total of 6.8k comments all together and that will include this one right now as well as there is 359 commented responses on just one comment alone from The Cooking God Himself “Babish” now besides the fact that this comment was a little lengthy if you have read this far, i am in fact, very appreciative and let’s get this comment liked all the way so as i stated before The Cooking God Himself “Babish” can see this and know that there are many people out there who appreciate his work very very very much to the point where “we” take very close attention especially when making this as i am right now and i will say it was absolutely positively unequivocally 1000000% deliciousioso and now i rest my case.”

    • please

    • James Iyer I don’t I can never forgive that

    • The Lemon one was funny

  • What was that mad eye moody comment about?

  • Does anyone know if wax paper is the same as parchment paper?

  • Why do americans get scones so wrong

  • Scones without clotted cream ? Thats illegal

  • 3:32 my man has an iridescent spoon? Truthfully?

  • A bit of a lemon party. Omg I love you, dawg! Top kek!

  • What's lemon party? Edit: I googled it and now I want to die

  • ...or just buy some from your local aldi

  • Bro if you put butter and marmalade on a scone in sw england you would get stabbed lol

  • *M a r m a l a d e*

  • Although you made a great looking (and properly pronounced) scone, the use of marmalade on a scone is heretical and its unlikely customs will let you through to the UK now

  • I really enjoy the narration.

  • You rang?

  • JAM BUTTIES!!!!!!!

  • Where did he learn to use a knife like that?

  • Finally diebitis food

  • I watched the orange backwards explosion with sound effect 7 times. It did not get less funny.

  • 0/10 didn't show us how to make butter

  • Dad: *Doesn't want bear* Family: *Gets bear anyway* Dad and the bear:

  • What in hell is that transformer at 3:47?

  • "an experience which like so many others left me confused and sticky"

  • What kind of butter did he use?

  • I just got a commercial with babish

  • Why is paddington always staying so smol

  • 7:10 excuse me?

  • Not a scone recipe, scones are usually butter, sugar flour currants and milk, then an eg to wash the top and served with clotted cream and jam

  • What other experiences make you confused and sticky🤨

  • Can I suggest skimming off the pith (white bit) from the rind with a sharp knife, then adding the pith to the bag of seeds, helps more pectin to be released from the pith whilst kerbing the sometimes overwhilming bitterness that comes through in the peel. Been making jam in the family for a while and always seem to get a nicer set when the peel and pith are seperated. Also in my experience scones are served with clotted cream and jam! Not sure if you get Rhoddas outside of the UK but its by far the best.

  • Lemon party triggered my Vietnam flashback. Jesus Christ what was the Internet doing?

  • If u dont slice the uncooked bread, its not bread xp

  • 7:09 What other experiences Babish?

  • Yes finally some lovely marmalade I’m British so I can say that

  • 4:01 anyone notice?

  • You, Feast of Fiction, and Red Reyna are all nothing but a bunch of inspirations!

  • Sour oranges grow all over my city every year on the streets. Free marmalade every.single.year.

  • Me after watching this: *maniacal laughter* Ive been eating marmalade sandwiches years Before!!!!!!!!!!!

  • The first thing in my recomended: binging with babbish bear stew... Oh no Paddington!

  • it is just my impression or did babish change his name?

  • I read all the paddington books growing up. I tried to like marmalade but it's so gross.

  • soo hongey

  • did anyone else notice that at aprox 4:05 he put in yeast however doesn’t even say how much he put it let alone the actual fact that all he had mentions was the Flour, Honey, and lastly the Water. however he did at approximately 4:17 where he says and i quote “... an additional half teaspoon of instant yeast...” basically saying, explaining, and lastly saving himself unintentionally saving himself by implying that, that was exactly what he had added the first time at 4:05 along with the same exact amount as before when he states that he is not “…adding a half teaspoon…” but rather he is “…adding AN ADDITIONAL half teaspoon…” but other than that this was and is still the first and only mistake that was in the video or well at least the first and only mistake that was in the video that i had caught as well as i had checked the comments to see if anyone else had recognized it or maybe some people did notice and just didn’t saying anything, however either way i did not catch anyone else bringing this very very very small and slight mistake to light (even thought i, however, did not spend an hour or more physically going through and reading every single comment word for word especially since there is a total of 6.8k comments all together and that will include this one right now as well as there is 359 commented responses on just one comment alone from The Cooking God Himself “Babish” now besides the fact that this comment was a little lengthy if you have read this far, i am in fact, very appreciative and let’s get this comment liked all the way so as i stated before The Cooking God Himself “Babish” can see this and know that there are many people out there who appreciate his work very very very much to the point where “we” take very close attention especially when making this as i am right now and i will say it was absolutely positively unequivocally 1000000% deliciousioso and now i rest my case.

  • 7:11 *C O N F U S E D A N D S T I C K Y*

  • 1:52😐

  • Oh he's making marmalade form paddington. That's so cool! What's next on the recommended? *"Bear Stew from Red Dead Redemption"*

  • 3:31 oh no the jelly thingy in the spoon turned into alien pee

  • Babish: *spends all of his time making a marmalade sandwich by hand* Me: *goes to the store and buys marmalade and bread*

  • Side note do not let dogs near this. Pectin is harmful to them.

  • I hope he doesn't know what a lemon party is

  • What's a lemon party?

  • Scones but no clotted cream... have You NO shame ???? :)

  • 3:11 I like how it ripped right into the bowl.

  • Is the chef man in the beginning JK Simmons?

  • I LOVE THAT MOUVIE ITS SO FUNNY

  • And then there are savory scones, which incorporate cheese.

  • Please tell me he did not just reference lemon party

  • The Scots are also the Brits 🙄

  • This one of of the few things I actually wanna go through the effort to make

  • What is the contraption called you are using to measuring your honey, honey?

  • Probably my favorite babbish episode

  • I adore marmalade orange and lime.

  • My next up be like: bear stew

  • 3:47 that was satisfying af

  • Paddington had marmalade sandwiches made with white bread. Brown bread yuck

  • I watched this with my 6 year old who had no problem pointing out that “the guy was wearing the wrong hat, and that is why he crushed the marmalade sandwich.” 😂

  • lemon party? that sounds cool i’m gonna googl-

  • "Hmm, maybe I'll show this to my mom" "An experience like so many others that left me feeling confused and sticky" "Nevermind"

  • Why do you use so much butter?

  • Can u make an ugly sandwich from master chef? 😳

  • Wait. Lemon party?

  • the loaf deflated when it was scoured as the knife was not sharp enough. Try a razor blade.

  • banish you didn’t even make your own oranges and flour i’m disappointed

  • This guy is an amazing chef

  • Thanks for this for some reason I really wanted to know what this would taste like

  • haha watch your words "Lemon party"

  • You best pray a 10 year old watching you doesn't get curious and looks up what a *lemon* themed birthday *party* is.

  • Title: marmalade sandwich Me: oh short video okay babish need one like this Video: **is 9 minutes long** "Alright so we're going to start by growing our own wheat"

  • i think i’m good with nutella

  • "Where on earth did you learn to use a knife like that?" "You dont wanna know." Me: *happy dark humor noises*

    • I really don’t get it. Where WOULD you learn that, + what answer would be so bad, that he wouldn’t want Paddington to know? Vietnam? Prison? Is he an assassin? Like, it’s so unnecessary

  • A lemon party joke in the year of our lord 2020, I scoff my good sir, I scoff indeed lol

  • you didn't make your own butter ugh you're slacking

  • It's pronounced scone, like gone. Not scone, like stone.

  • Not soo fun fact:a bear died for this movie,in real life,no joke

  • I hate you for the lemon party reference.

  • Babish: *Can cook basically anything, is an amazing chef* Also Babish: "You know your bread is done when it looks like bread"

  • this dude can make hard boiling eggs entertaining

  • Somehow squeezing that bag and popping out those pulpy orange bits reminds me of when I first disassembled my mosin and ended up embedding the firing pin into the wall like a javelin firing out of the bolt.

  • These oranges are good, but I think we can do better. So we’re gonna start by making our own oranges

  • “how am i ever gonna get into heaven now”

  • As a Brit I have to admit the fact you put butter and marmalade on a scone is absolutely unacceptable, scones are for jam and clotted cream

  • This was quietly, the filthiest episode I've seen yet.

  • It's a jam sandwich 🥪

  • I got hit with a ranch ad in the beginning

  • I got a bingeing with babish ad

  • Make cheesy peas from the fast show, 🤣

  • And he’s not a BRITISH bear; he is from the “darkest Peru”! Watch the first movie, please!

  • Actually, this is a sequel to a first movie called Paddington, and this is Paddington 2.

  • I thought Andrew was making the marmalade sandwich from "The World's End"

  • Anyone realize he said “lemon party?” 👀

  • The steam coming out of that scone as you break it open is so satisfying to look at