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Enter offer code "Babish" at Squarespace.com for 10% off your first purchase, or visit: http://squarespace.com/bingingwithbabish Welcome to Basics With Babish, a new series to help you up your kitchen game and grow your cooking confidence. First things first: building your kitchen arsenal. Learn the essential kitchen tools you need to begin making beautiful meals at home. Next episode: Sauces! Check out a list of my kitchen tools here: https://www.basicswithbabish.co/equipment-list/ Theme song: "Stay Tuned" by Wuh Oh https://open.spotify.com/track/5lbQ6nKPgzkfFigheb467z Follow me on Twitch! First livestream is Thursday, October 26th! https://go.twitch.tv/bingingwithbabish Please support Binging with Babish! Check out my Patreon at http://www.patreon.com/bingingwithbabish - you can get access to bonus videos, special content, and even a custom episode if you give me enough sweet sweet money! http://www.bingingwithbabish.com/podcast Binging With Babish Website: http://bit.ly/BingingBabishWebsite Basics With Babish Website: http://bit.ly/BasicsWithBabishWebsite Patreon: http://bit.ly/BingingPatreon Instagram: http://bit.ly/BabishInstagram Facebook: http://bit.ly/BabishFacebook Twitter: http://bit.ly/BabishTwitter
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Jose Resendez (9 hours ago)
I cook of PUSSY
royal88 (12 hours ago)
Just seeing this. I would have already added you on twitch if maybe an ending bumper had links to all social media stuff. Great content! Going to go search you out and add notification for live stuff. Cheers.
Tavia (1 day ago)
Has anyone tried the mac and cheese recipe? How many people does it feed?
Jerk Jerkington (3 days ago)
3:40 You shouldn't dry fire your pan like that. It reduces the lifespan.
Bob Webster (4 days ago)
starts at 2:09
macaroni and cheese (4 days ago)
i only watch your channel and just found out you had a "basics with babish" series too. so when I was watching basics with babish ep 29 and the intro really surprised me, i came here to check if there was an intro in the first episode too.
alansato (4 days ago)
A sharpening stone
james thorne (15 days ago)
Thank you this is so simple and easy and you have plenty of ways to reach out
Tron X3629 (15 days ago)
It's not about owning all the tools, but having the right tools for your use
Mark Reimer (17 days ago)
Lol. When he said not just so you can manipulate pots and pans, but so you can do this every time you put them on.😂
Patrick Reule (17 days ago)
Not only educational but makes me laugh at cleverly inserted remarks! Sold!! Glad I found this channel!!
JustAMessenger (19 days ago)
I love you Babish!
Ricco Elfrez (24 days ago)
Babby i got a stainless steel pan to practice with fond. Ill show you the fruits of my labor
Alex Morales (27 days ago)
In the middle of night after a long of cooking for my family and then loving what i make and i learned everything here so i like to rewatch these old episodes thanks babish/Andrew for all the tips and procedures (2018)
Karl Houseknecht (1 month ago)
Love your channel. Highly informative AND entertaining! I like the no-nonsense approach to basic kitchen tools. Other chefs have made me feel like I need to spend a fortune and have access to a ridiculous array of tools at my disposal.
Calvin Terkildsen (1 month ago)
You're changing my life!
Rory Burke (1 month ago)
both my parents are biochemists and get freaked out about virtually everything (when i was little they would literally monitor how much tuna i ate because of heavy metals!! it comes out of love though, lmao), so i've never used a single nonstick pan in my life. everything is cast iron or stainless steel in the house
Cyan (1 month ago)
Hey Babish, it's been around a year... Has anything changed? Would you recommend anything else, or anything different these days?
Liam T.W (1 month ago)
the egg prophet from senegal
Konfu Hustle (1 month ago)
Does anyone knows how to get a nice saute pan in Germany? I just cant find any! please :(
Jackson Ballard (1 month ago)
How he do the intro
Matthew Beadle (1 month ago)
I really like this Andrew
Chris Luce (1 month ago)
I’m about to get my first set of ikon classic knives. I’m damn excited!
Victor Minor (1 month ago)
Why does my mom have all the expensive utensils but doesn't and can't cook.. doesn't even try.. her fridge lol.. empty
MrMoon_ (1 month ago)
Great quality piano whisk and french whisk quality silicone spatula. With what you said you are set.
Headless Chicken (1 month ago)
Not to trigger anyone but Wustof vs Henkels...Go! I have only handled Henkels, my main use knives like my 10" chefs, utility, and boning are the 4* series with my more specialized stuff like serrated and cleaver are Pro series. I've never handled Wustof to compare. Only other knives I've used are usually cheaper stamped stainless steel Nella crap that I need to hone literally before every time I use, after cutting a dozen tomatoes, and before I rack it.
Zachary White (2 months ago)
No cast iron? For shame...
Katie Li (2 months ago)
Hey Babish, looks like you linked the small oxo grips cutting board instead of the large carving board. Just want to make sure you’re not precipitating the bubonic plague
Adam S (2 months ago)
The choice of a cutting board requires much thought. My brother and me have different views on this. I prefer plastic based boards, while my brother loves wood. I pick the largest board that my dishwasher can hold that has corner grips. This ensures that when it comes out it is clean and sanitized.
sean keeswood (2 months ago)
this is amazing.
Giovanni Rivera (2 months ago)
I love watching this show, but the theme song has the most irritating sounds that I skip the ten seconds in every episode. It’s so bad that it almost ruins the whole video for me.
Titas Juskevicius (2 months ago)
What cutting board you would suggest for meat and what for veggies? Wooden or plastic?
Strepsiades14945 (2 months ago)
Ikea is not gonna liiiiiike this lol but hell yeah chopping board needs to be sturdy.
Nick Scarfo (2 months ago)
Missing a good ole cast iron
Cassidy O'Keefe (3 months ago)
Does he do voice overs? or Does he talk while filming? I'm sooo confused.
J Wuertz (3 months ago)
I was skeptical about the knife hold, because I'm clumsy as it is. I tried it last night, and it is excellent and I didn't hurt myself! Thank you for the greatntips!
TR S (3 months ago)
I work at Bed Bath & Beyond and a lot of the stuff he showed off in here we have in the store but if I ever saw Babish in there I'd probably die like what are you doing in here you're too good for this garbage place run while you can
TheSalamencite (3 months ago)
thought u were a male lol
Dmack18 (3 months ago)
Babish what do you think about those colored knife sets?
Jason Keats (3 months ago)
6:04 well that escalated quickly.
TheSleepingInsomniac (3 months ago)
I always used the handle, but after using the heel I could use much more force with much less pain. I’d always struggle to cut chocolate. After switching my grip and sharpening my knife it glided right through.
TheSleepingInsomniac (3 months ago)
Well. If I show her prowess with my hands in the kitchen, I wonder what other rooms she’d let me show it in, if you know what I mean.
Constantine P (3 months ago)
Is he wearing pants?
Jeremy Cuff (3 months ago)
Babish, for a college student who likes to cook what knives do you recommend? I’m looking to purchase some, but don’t know where to start. I cook with meat and vegetables quite often, so I just want to see what I should get?
joe14159 (3 months ago)
Best beard in the game?
Clarity (3 months ago)
Hey I want to thank you for making your videos. I’ve learned more here than I did in my culinary class at school that I took for 2 yrs in a row. You actually know what you’re doing and saying and it’s helped me prep for a real kitchen job.
jacob pacheco (3 months ago)
For pepper i use McCormick pre-filled grinders. Cost efficient with the same fresh taste and recyclable glass and plastic.
Ryan Busch (3 months ago)
Can we get a basics on knife safety/etiquette? Like for things ranging from how to avoid accidentally cutting yourself or others to rules for sharpening and hand washing
Ryan Busch (3 months ago)
Maybe for other sharp things like blenders and meat grinders too? It just feels like a topic to address in basics
Nolan Arentz (3 months ago)
where do you get the oven mitts
Dysphoric Derrek (3 months ago)
What about oven safe gloves
Virgo v (3 months ago)
I will admit this video has helped me so much. Though I wish i could afford some of the stuff he has. I have a better blender, he has a dutch oven that scares me. Ba dum tish.
EP Fly (3 months ago)
I am so excited for this video. Im about to get my own apt and finally having free range on what I can cook and purchasing my own cookware is making me so excited and even more so coming from babishes videos
Polite Toast (3 months ago)
I want to be your best friend :p
Amal Al-Nadher (3 months ago)
I just cooked a pasta so freaking delicious I fell in love with myself when I tasted ❤️❤️ Indeed cooking is a great skill, thank you for the advise:)
Emily (3 months ago)
Finally got around to checking out the equipment list on the website because I'm in need of a new cutting board and I love that you included both affiliate and non-affiliate links to places where all the stuff can be purchased. Of course I'm going to use the affiliate ones, but by providing both, it really does show that it's stuff you genuinely like to use and aren't just recommending it to make money from it. Keeping it classy, like always!
Abhi Kopecky (4 months ago)
i love this guy but is it just me or does all the colors always look so dull
Miera Sheighani (4 months ago)
I'm a little worried at some the prices mentioned here, and our kitchen is already too full of the good stuff I DO have...but don't have the space for s: Yeah, that crappy little cutting board, is about the most my kitchen can handle. It sucks. I DO have a bigger one, but it's still a similar style, and it takes up almost all of the free counter space I have, which makes it awkward to maneuver whatever dish I'm trying to prepare. Any suggestions for ridiculously-tiny kitchens? Because, kid you not, I only have a handful of square feet's worth of space to maneuver EVERYTHING. Pans, fresh ingredients, steps... It gets really frustrating ): And I think it'd be awesome to watch you do something with salmon and freekeh ^^ Had a Blue Apron meal with those that was AMAZING, and I'd like to find other combinations for those two, that would be much more easily obtainable at home. Maybe grain substitutions? Just putting that out there, (I'm not sure if that's been covered already, or not. I just don't want to end up forgetting this, so putting it out there now.)
Sniper_Kid_308 (4 months ago)
Zucc
Matt Jardine (4 months ago)
You need some Japanese steel... once you go carbon steel, there's no going back.
Charles Crews (4 months ago)
Could you do a video on pantry’s
George Eberhart (4 months ago)
Please tell me most of this is at walmart... please,
Courtney Helen (4 months ago)
My problem with big cutting boards is how do you wash them? I moved recently and have been using my housemates cooking tools. He has big wooden boards which are great but they don’t even fit in the sink!
Aldo Andrade (4 months ago)
In the later episodes you have a thermometer that you can leave in the oven or bbq. Which one is that?
Ignacio Roca (4 months ago)
Great as always, BinBin!
Kathleen Calo (4 months ago)
Thank you for these vids. You've really inspired me to not just cook, but enjoy it! Keep up the great work.
Shannon O'Sullivan (4 months ago)
Im so thankful for my grandma. "Oh, I got new pans. Do you want my old ones?" Yes, grandma. I REALLY want them. Its AllClad and really perfect.
Kalani Ratnam (5 months ago)
One of the interesting videos I've seen on Youtube
YJL (5 months ago)
How big is the capacity of your all clad sauté pan
Timothy Bollig (5 months ago)
Your videos are amazing. Keep it up.
key arca (5 months ago)
Indeed, my favourite beard on the internet :)
Bryony (5 months ago)
I kinda find him attractive
Karisa Russell (5 months ago)
Thank you for making such great content! I would be helped if you made a video where you show us how you keep your stainless steel pans looking so great, and knives so sharp :D
Jack Mehoff (5 months ago)
Mr. Babish, you are a gentleman and a scholar. I learn from you everyday, and it is my honour. However, I must correct you on the real reasons why one must learn how to cook: 1) It educates you. You go from being a hick, to becoming a gentleman, a man of good taste. Your quality of life improves enormously. 2) If, besides that, you get some knowledge about nutrition, you can get yourself in good shape while eating like someone of the Royalty. Diet/fitness and finesse are not exclusive. Having those two ideas in mind, someone can get to old life while looking like James Bond, or at least like one of his villains.
Andrew Anderson (5 months ago)
I love this guy. Exactly the type of channel I was looking for.
Lauren Mueller (5 months ago)
Andrew just absolutely destroyed the integrity of that tiny cutting board oh my god
Alexander St Laurent (5 months ago)
You wrote "Oven Safe >= 400", but I assume you didn't mean "greater than" 400. Remember, the alligator eats the bigger number!
Charlotte Norris (5 months ago)
BABABABABAAABISH
Arex Brown (5 months ago)
Cooking sure is attractive, I’m a straight dude with a girlfriend and I’d smash babish tbh no homo though
Anna Olson (5 months ago)
Its canon, babish started cooking to get laid
John L (5 months ago)
I had a question for all. Does anyone know a good way to clean off the Induxpert cooktop? I got one recently, and of course butter and oil likes to splash a bit.
Mary (5 months ago)
hey, is victorinox a good brand of knives?
ReizoM (5 months ago)
Hey rewatching and just a thought if the background music (while talking) is at a 7 maybe try 5-6? other than that :D
Arian Ali (5 months ago)
Who came here from h3h3
Fem-Floyd (5 months ago)
The vsauce of food.
Ernest Neo (5 months ago)
Did he had a separate audio recording just for his voice in his videos? No wonder the videos always sounds so clean and slick even though its in the kitchen
If you have access to a restaurant supply shop, such as Restaurant Depot, you can buy all sorts of decent commercial-grade gear for a very reasonable price. For instance, I bought a couple of pretty nice heavy skillets for less than $20 each. I think I saw some Lodge cast iron skillets for about $15. Large stainless mixing bowls and colanders were under $10.
Evan Smith (6 months ago)
Acculy, the bubonic plague was most likely caused by lice
Darrin Prescott (6 months ago)
Thx
DenisIsABastardMan 98 (6 months ago)
As an even cheaper starting knife, I'd recommend victorinox. They're a well known knife maker, primarily for their pocket knives, but their kitchen knives are cheap and well made. Currently the only knife I have is a serrated victorinox pairing knife and that works for every daily kitchen task I have. Sure you can't butcher a whole chicken or anything with it but for most people all you'll be doing is cutting up pre-butchered joints, veg and baked goods.
Viony Tania (6 months ago)
victorinox chefs knife is also not bad, affordable and it can be pretty sharp if you sharpen it well...or some cheap thai made knives (A$3) which are so sharp i accidentally cut my finger with it (Kiwi brand) i use wusthof knives though they're sturdy
Eric Foreman (6 months ago)
Is it just me or does the intro sound like "basics with babish, basics with babish..."
Strongside (6 months ago)
I feel like people see a $1,200 pan set or a $200 cast iron skillet and think it is ridiculous to spend that much, but the difference is absolutely staggering and on top of that, All Clad cookware will absolutely outlast you. Unless you are cooking in a professional kitchen with them, you'll be able to pass them on to your children when you die.
Jared Frankle (6 months ago)
How do you add the Season and Episode information above the title, i can not find anybody who can tell me how to do this.
Jared DeCuir (6 months ago)
Hey, is that a 2 quart sauce pan? It looks like it. What size is the saute pan? 3 or 5 qts? fellow Commenteers, help me out.
Kacie Pallan (6 months ago)
I agree with all of these but also have to give a shout out to the tried and true cast iron skillet. Mine is 3 generations old and extremely versatile.
Jimmy Sussman (6 months ago)
I love how you begin this with a really suave way of saying, "hey I get pussy from this."
Virgo v (6 months ago)
Hey i just noticed, that isnt a nixon all black! you lied to me babish!
Virgo v (6 months ago)
I use some cold steel kitchen classics and a very nice japanese santoku chefs knife. Though i find the cold steel knives better for daily use.
Sparq Meister (6 months ago)
Investment is dang right....knives alone can cost a small fortune but it makes the world of difference
Captain Quiggs (6 months ago)
thank you thank you so much for these videos

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