Binging with Babish: Harry Potter Special

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  • Published on:  Tuesday, November 14, 2017
  • The Harry Potter series is essentially a 7-book guide to everything you wish your childhood was - finding out you're a wizard, running away from home, and indulging in a bevy of treats both mainstay and magical. Rock cakes, cockroach clusters, acid pops, chocolate frogs, and of course, butterbeer. Throw on your dorky glasses and sharpie a lightning bolt on your forehead for this week's examination of the real-world sweets from possibly the world's most popular book series about child sorcerers.

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  • DJ Hancock  (Nov 14, 2017))

    Shout out to the oven, always in the background, getting work done, never complaining.

  • And always doing the hard work

  • Arzelia Suh  (Nov 17, 2017))

    *onion

  • David Anzalone  (Nov 22, 2017))

    "Doesn't cost $50 at an amusement park AND it has booze in it."-Best closing remark ever.

  • Ana Carolina Nascimento  (Mar 11, 2019))

    A sentence that is actually wrong, since in the park isn't 50$, even with the souvenir mugAnd 'booze' isn't a quality, people should stop romantizing alcoholism

  • Banjo Billy  (Jan 23, 2019))

    It don't cost $50 tho, it's like $15-$20 and they have one with alcohol in it.

  • Katelyn Irons  (Mar 25, 2018))

    "as you can see, im having a hard time handling it." 😂😂😂😂😂

  • Riley Costello  (Nov 24, 2017))

    It's weird to think that in America it's difficult to find Lyle's golden syrup when it's literally a given that every household in England has at least a tin of it or something

  • Aliceson Orbe  (Feb 28, 2019))

    I mean, I know every American household has ketchup...

  • ExtraE 90  (Feb 7, 2019))

    Niklāvs Romeiko It’s so hard to find here. I always just use light molasses.

  • jerrell  (Nov 20, 2017))

    Can you do a whole series recreating dishes from the anime "Food Wars!"? I'll warn you though, it's a bit erotic.. lol

  • Moistifier  (Feb 19, 2019))

    🤠 this is murica, for the last time Cleetus your not Japanese

  • Siner666  (Feb 23, 2018))

    Can you do the special food of M*A*S*H like spam lamb and other foods?

  • Siner666 The DRIEST martini.

  • bigguscurlyus  (Jan 4, 2018))

    I always imagined the pumpkin pasties as being savoury and chunky! Chilli, garlic, rosemary, more like the flavours of a spiced pumpkin soup.

  • Sounds more british ... we dont have sweet pastys x

  • littlefurnace  (Mar 8, 2019))

    +Agathe Fommarty It's just a food trolly, not a "sweets cart"

  • ChuckCanada  (Feb 13, 2018))

    Fresh pumpkin is better since you can caramelize it more then the stuff in the cans comes thus giving a stronger pumpkin flavor.

  • Manya Goyal  (Dec 23, 2017))

    More harry potter

  • Ahnic auntie  (Dec 13, 2018))

    Sorry ikr

  • Ahnic auntie  (Dec 13, 2018))

    Okr

  • anxietydown  (Nov 14, 2017))

    Jerk bought out the whole trolley

  • Patrick Blake  (Nov 14, 2018))

    +Zim Vader0017 The next scene showed at least a small pile, which would mean that he only got a same of each candy. Harry was most likely exaggerating, plus he only had a small pile of Galleons shown

  • Zim Vader0017  (Sep 1, 2018))

    +Pixiepie 27 In the movie he bought the whole damn trolley. Of course, seeing as it should be as magical as the train itself, I imagine the trolley fills itself up automatically.