Binging with Babish: Lemon Pepper Wet from Atlanta

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  • Published on:  Tuesday, July 25, 2017
  • Lemon Pepper Wet is an Atlantan institution, virtually unknown outside the Peach State until Donald Glover's groundbreaking series made us salivate without even showing us the pay dirt. Look behind the Pulp-Fiction-style glowing MacGuffin and see the saucy, zesty wings underneath with this week's episode. Shout out to J. Kenji Lopez-Alt for his groundbreaking oven wing technique.

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    Music: "A Beautiful Life" by Broke for Free

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  • Heres Wally
    Heres Wally  2 days ago

    cant find lemon pepper in the UK ?????

  • Harry CHEUNG
    Harry CHEUNG  3 days ago +8

    Not a single soul:
    Babish: J.Kenjie Lopez Alt

  • Daure Stinson
    Daure Stinson  3 days ago

    You didn’t season the chicken

  • Dale Frye
    Dale Frye  3 days ago +1

    Love this bake recipe!

  • Adam Singleton
    Adam Singleton  6 days ago

    Just made these using the cookbook and they’re fantastic

  • Nichole Mayes
    Nichole Mayes  7 days ago

    Sprinkle the lemon pepper on after the sauce. ... thank me later ...

  • Rawrgers20v
    Rawrgers20v  7 days ago

    dang - shortest episode yet i think- still gets 5 million views - jeesh - and all from a cooking youtube vid channel on a random whim.

  • Christian Easley
    Christian Easley  7 days ago

    Hey Andrew, Do I remember incorrectly that you did an episode of Nashville Hot Chicken? I could have SWORE that I saw that on your instagram

  • Alexis.B
    Alexis.B  7 days ago

    I’m from New York but I used to live in Atlanta ..but anyway we used to eat wings all the time so I guess what I’m trying to say is you were supposed to put some more lemon pepper on top after you added the buffalo sauce so you can still taste it

  • Martin Greene
    Martin Greene  7 days ago

    So, J. Kenji López-Alt is pretty much the god to which all American chefs should reference.

  • wendizzle
    wendizzle  7 days ago


  • Gagan Deep
    Gagan Deep  14 days ago

    The "wilderness" happens to be India, couldn't find lemon pepper seasoning ANYWHERE !!

  • Andrew Graham
    Andrew Graham  14 days ago

    One for Rochester and once for buffalo. Love it

  • Trafalgar D. Law
    Trafalgar D. Law  14 days ago

    Oven wings are just as crunchy

  • dedsec gaming and vlogs

    Nice great joint

  • Johnathan Harris
    Johnathan Harris  21 days ago

    What movie is that clip from?

  • housekilla457
    housekilla457  21 days ago

    If you want to go a little further with the sauce, combine the franks and butter in a skillet with some balsamic reduction, and reduce everything a bit.

  • Ernie Beltran
    Ernie Beltran  28 days ago

    Nasty who the hell likes wet wings....

  • Alex Starke
    Alex Starke  28 days ago

    So you like blue cheese but you don’t like cilantro😑

  • Sauce Boss
    Sauce Boss  1 months ago

    Oven temp/time?