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First 100 people get $50 off their first two weeks of Blue Apron, here!: https://cook.ba/2QWv0Qs Sponsored by Blue Apron Some weeknights are meant for simplicity like one pot meals and sheet pan meals. These recipes are easy and customizable to your taste. Ingredients & Shopping List + For the One Pot Chicken Meal: 2 sweet potatoes 2 Granny Smith apples Fresh sage 4 skin-on, bone-in chicken thighs Salt and pepper Bourbon (or white wine) Chicken stock Chopped pecans Lemon Chives + For the Sheet Pan Salmon Dinner: Baby Yukon Gold potatoes Olive oil Salt and pepper Asparagus Salmon fillets Garlic cloves Lemon Dijon mustard Fresh parsley For the Blue Apron Creamy Pesto Pasta: https://www.blueapron.com/recipes/creamy-pesto-cavatelli-with-spinach-zucchini-tomatoes Special Equipment & Tools Stainless steel or cast iron skillet (for one pot meal) Large sheet pan (for the sheet pan dinner) Music: "Sweet Berry Wine", "Best I Can" by Blue Wednesday https://soundcloud.com/bluewednesday https://www.bingingwithbabish.com/podcast/ My first cookbook, Eat What You Watch, is available now in stores and online! Amazon: http://a.co/bv3rGzr Barnes & Noble: http://bit.ly/2uf65LX Theme song: "Stay Tuned" by Wuh Oh https://open.spotify.com/track/5lbQ6nKPgzkfFigheb467z 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 Twitch: http://bit.ly/BabishTwitch

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lousku : blue apron is an overpriced joke with an insane amount of plastic

Alyssa lang : Babish can you do an episode on beef stew? Its a recipe my folks love for this time of year, but I don't know if I can survive the watery underseasoned hell they call beef stew this year. Save me Babish, youre my only hope

marissa valero : But what i want to know is what does he eat on a normal day/when he isn’t filming

417HOON : Or you can go to the store...

Lord Wizrak : Blue apron : selling plastic packaging that comes with some food at exorbitant prices.

Azael Reante : "One pot meal" means you cook the whole meal in one pot. It doesn't mean you use multiple pots and then just add it all back to one pot at the end.

Michael Berthelsen : You're right, we know EXACTLY what that is in the bottom of the pan, and we're very fond of it.😉

Kaisasha : So many plastic bags :( Glad we don't have Blue Apron here EDIT: I live in Finland and we don't have any of these kinds of services here. When I buy stuff, I usually make more than one meal out of what I buy. For example: I buy a head of cabbage and might make coleslaw one day, then use the rest of it in stir fry the next day. I don't throw out what I have left over from a big thing that I buy after making one meal. That would be insane. You can also freeze stuff, if you have a freezer. So I would actually advice people to plan their meals in advance and learn how to use stuff you can buy fresh from the store instead of using stuff like this. And use fabric shopping bags and stuff. It will be a lot cheaper in the long run too, if you are on a budget.

Susan Messenger : Why is everything in plastic ? There are alternatives for food safety issues, A real pity the packaging makes this a hard decision to buy from blue apron.

Mark Ruffalo is a splendid actor : This comment section: 90% plastic bags 10% babish love

David Li : Chill out with the blue apron comments, he's gotta make money somehow and cooking/production isn't cheap

StarDelta-9 : So many plastic bags

Ghosty : First time I’ve seen a comment section as a war zone about Blue Apron. Interesting

Will Dell : I wanna watch Babish flambé stuff for an hour

Just A Dude : All this Blue Apron hate... can we talk about something else? Like maybe the excellent taste in liquor our host has? Buffalo Trace is, indeed, "the good stuff!" I can't recommend BT enough to anyone who wants an affordable "go to" bourbon. Around here it goes for $25, and I'd consider it worth the price at $50. The flavor profile doesn't scream "unique," but that's by design; it's meant to be a solid, quintessential exemplar of what makes a good bourbon. Smooth and complex enough to enjoy neat, stout enough to stand up to rocks, and cheap enough you don't feel guilty using it with a mixer (or to deglaze!). I'm sipping on a bourbon & coke made with the stuff right now.

Random Wacko : Golly, even 5 months ago and I am one of the first 100 people who got a discount

Túrin Turambar : And blue apron seems to be a great option for anyone that tries to maximise his amount of plastic waste as well

Nikenik2001 : Today's sponsor is a box of non recyclable plastic. And a little bit of food....

_v.ha : Christ you people act like your grocery store doesn't bag everything in plastic and styrofoam. IIRC Blueapron or Goodfood has a recycling program on their packaging, you just set them out and it gets returned to them where they recycle the packaging.

Casey Claiborne : Babby saying "mise en place" is the most pleasantly joyous phrase I've ever heard.

1234 : "get $50 off your first 2 weeks".... Bruh I'm eating beans and rice everyday the cost for me for 2 weeks is like 10 bucks maybe.... :/ If I did want to splurge and cook fancier meals I could do it for maybe 10-20 bucks a week....

Marcelique : The bend and snap technique, although imperfect, is actually mostly true. The point is to get rid of the tougher fibers that are a pain to chew through, and although you might throw out a bit more than desired when you do the bend and snap, it does get rid of those unchewable ends 99% of the time!

Susp Slug : Seriously, Blue Apron looks like it's delivering more trash than food. So much packaging :(

Ana Malagon : You should do rice on Basics with Babish, jasmin, brown, cilantro-lime, yellow, etc. and not many people know how to make rice well!

jiminniemouse : "y'all know what this is.... fond."

Matthew Aumann : SO MUCH PLASTIC???

Kate Dodson : Cup ramen is faster than pizza

Kristoffer G : blue apron is not a "great choice" you can literally look up the recipes online and buy the ingredients yourself for less money and its much better for the enviroment

The Creeper King : “They sticking? They ain’t done yet” *well*

FastestMemeInTheWest : Pro tip: watch after eating to prevent feeling hungry from watching these videos.

Leah French : Blue Apron is cool and all but when are we getting the BABISH BINGE BOX???

CranberryRobot : For british people, sheet pan = baking tray.

Joseph Woda : Can you do a basics with babish for snacks? Quick snacks, healthy snacks, party snacks, etc.

TM777 : Do the Every Pizza Place Salad from Family Guy.

Xan Kriegor : The best porn channel ever

SuperSaiyaman3 : 1:37 bond... james bond.

Doeo : all that plastic wtf

Amy Jay : Andrew, Bend and Snap is not a myth. It works EVERY TIME. You clearly need to re-watch Legally Blonde.

Bob Scheffler : 2 beautiful dishes followed by a garbage, overpriced scam of a dinner that's mostly carbs...

Kuroyukikaze Kanade : "fond" Captions: *bond* Me: I'm ded

Joel Inosin : nice panning switch cut for that onepot to oneplate display

Ashlynn Anderson : Sorry to jump on the same train as everyone else here and I know sponsorships are good for your income and all and I respect that, but if anything I'm sad that this is a part of the "Basics With Babish" series While you did some teaching, I'd have honestly preferred you didn't associate it with the series because this video, in the end, wasn't about teaching viewers how to become better cooks, it was a transparent advertisement for a service and definitely dilutes the whole point of Basics With Babish imo

n0npareiL : I understand that this is a payday but who thought Blue Apron was the right idea for this channel? I doubt most people interested in cooking are as interested in buying junk ingredients individually wrapped in crap plastic..

Katame : You need more subscribers

XxThe salty gamer Xx : You should make a video from iCarly on mister galeenies last peice of coconut pie

Shlok Chatterjee : Yo, you should make Granny Jojo's famous Rhubarb Pie if possible.

Wesley DaBes : You oughta do vegetarian, pescatarian, meat lovers, etc. episodes!

Mikael Åkerfeldt : Blue apron exchanges convenience with pollution and waste

Adnan A : I just meal prep on the weekend.