Binging with Babish: Jake’s Perfect Sandwich from Adventure Time
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I am ready to receive instruction from
the realm of creation above me with a sandwich I am about to conceive. I am open, use me. Hey what’s up guys welcome back to Binging with Babish where this week we’re taking a stab at Jake’s Perfect Sandwich from Adventure Time, which of course starts with a steak sous vide. So we’ve got a nice boneless ribeye here that we’re going to salt and pepper before placing into our vacuum sealed bag with both thyme and rosemary. I’m going to distribute those on each side
of the steak. We’re going to vacuum seal it and place it into a 135 degrees sous-vide. Normally I’m going to go for more like 115, but hey Jake’s the sandwich expert not me. About the only birds that I’m gonna be able to find to eat in New York City are pigeons and I’m not gonna eat those. So I’ve got a Cornish game in here that I’m going to debone and broil so we can put it on the sandwich and eat the entire thing whole. Deboning a whole chicken is hard, but deboning a hornish game hen is more like surgery. I do not recommend anybody ever try doing this ever. If you’re gonna try this at home, just use a couple chicken thighs or something. Next up we have the interesting challenge of how to tackle lobster soul. I would imagine that lobster soul, it’s a pretty mellow lobster flavor, so to me, that meant making lobster aioli. Lobsters solioli, lobster soli, whatever. Break up the shell of one lobster tail and cover with vegetable oil before blending into little pieces and simmering for about 45 minutes on the stovetop until you are greeted with lobster flavored oil This has lots and lots of delicious applications, but we’re gonna use it to make a sort of lobster Mayo. So we’re gonna squeeze a lemon into three egg yolks, blend to combine, and once the oil is cooled, we’re going to drizzle it gently down the side of the cup until it settles on top, and then blend on high speed until we get a nice creamy lobster solioli. There is of course bacon on this sandwich and I roast my bacon in the oven so I can render all the fat. And now I get to brush it on top of our Cornish game hen that I’m going to throw into the broiler for about 10 minutes or until browned and cooked through. Some sweet onions play two roles here both as a sandwich topping and as a way to try and elicit some tears for salt. So I’m gonna rub a bunch of stinging stuff in my eyes until finally I yield a drop of salty face water. We’re finally getting ready to assemble our sandwich so we’re going to torch our steak so it’s got a little bit of color on it and isn’t so gray and nasty. And keep your torch handy because we’re going to slice up in our loaf of bread and hit that with the torch as well. I don’t really recommend this. It was not an efficient way to toast the bread, I would just throw it in the oven, but it was kind of fun to do until my torch ran out of fuel. Spread both sides of the bread with cream cheese before slicing up some dill pickles and shingling them on one side of the sandwich, while picking some fresh dill and sprinkling that over the other side of the sandwich. Some chopped up hard-boiled eggs, our quote on quote “bird from the window,” some common cucumbers sliced thinly, sweet yellow onion, sliced roma tomatoes, and now the tricky part, laying our steak on top. This thing’s starting to get a little precarious. Some real teardrops for salt, not totally necessary, but I’m a completist. And then our Lobster solioli Olli. And of course about a 1/2 pound of bacon. At long last, it’s time to finally top up our sandwich, squish it down, and achieve maybe the greatest cross-section in the history of this show. You can’t hear me but I’m giggling like a little girl right now because I’m trying to figure out how I’m gonna actually take a bite of this thing, it’s not exactly physically possible. But I’m no quitter, so I’m going to slice off sort of a piece of this sandwich and try to roll it into a shape that I can fit in my face. Now, I was a little stunned by my first bite it was a lot of flavors and textures all happening at once, but was a pretty damn good sandwich. For dinner that night I took it apart and ate it in pieces like a four-course meal.

72 thoughts on “Binging with Babish: Jake’s Perfect Sandwich from Adventure Time

  1. maybe it would fit better if he took out the insides of the bread loaf and leaving the crusty crust then putting all the ingredients in almost like a bread bowl

  2. Bacon pancakes making bacon pancakes i take som bacon and i put it in a pancake bacon pancakes thats what im gonna make bacon pancaaaakes

  3. The word "boneless" has had such an impact on modern culture, including myself, that I almost woke up the entire household when you said "boneless ribeye"

  4. I want to see BMO's special sandwiches pls make it or send link if he already made it

  5. Were you crying? Because that sandwich was as perfect as your perfection upon the greatest sandwich ever made…😊😄

  6. Come along with me
    And the butterflies and bees
    We can wander through the forest
    And do so as we please
    Come along with me
    To a cliff under a tree
    Where we can gaze upon the water
    As an everlasting dream
    All of my collections
    I'll share them all with you
    Maybe by next summer
    We won't have changed our tunes
    We still want to be
    With the butterflies and bees
    Making up new numbers
    And living so merrily
    All of my collections
    I'll share them all with you
    I'll be here for you always
    And always be with you
    Come along with me
    And the butterflies and bees
    We can wander through the forest
    And do so as we please
    Living so merrily

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