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charcuterie 👏 board 👏 sandwiches 👏
I would’ve chose Inga’s sandwich. I love Saint angel Brie cheese. It’s literally like butter and paired the fig jam is just 🤤
I loved your sandwich Inga 🥪 😍. Made one just yesterday, very delicious 😊 ❤.
I’ve had that same brie/fig ham sandwich homemade when I visited family in France. It’s different and odd at first cus of the sweetness but some how works deliciously to balance the saltiness.
I would eat that sandwich maybe use something saltier to balance the sweetness but man that’s sand which looked amazing!
my favorite sandwich was inga's.
Andrew calling Inga's sandwich a charcuterie board and then proceeding to make essentially a salad is peak comedy.
andrew came off so douchey here lmao he only voted for sean bc he knew inga was gonna win if he didn’t
Andrew says his sandwich makes up for inconsistent proteins... but getting a good avocado and flavorful ripe tomato is way trickier than pulling cold cuts from your fridge. Their reliability is why they are the go-to sandwich filling. Whereas every time you buy an avocado, you're not buying an avocado... you're buying the *chance* to buy an avocado.
I make a sandwich like Andrew's pretty reliably most days. What makes it amazing is the homemade aioli mayo (huuuuuuge improvement over the store-bought stuff) and the cheese right next to the mayo; then you can pack in any veggies you have on hand. I usually use a mix of lettuce or spinach combined with tomato and sliced pickles.
i wanted to like this but the likes are at 666
@Matt Snyder I think his point was not reliability but whatever was fresh
This is why the most reliable sandwich is a PB&J (or fluff or nutella).
The trick with avocados is learning to tell when they are ripe, and having the patience to buy the thing knowing you'll need to wait 2 or 3 days before you can eat it.
I love this concept, but I think it’s important to give yourself the time to properly prepare the food. Either giving yourself more time or no time limit at all would improve the format. I would love to see how the coleslaw was made, allow you to toast the bread if needed, properly seasoning the food, NOT FORGETTING INGREDIENTS etc. that way you’re actually presenting the best possible version of the food, not the one you can make fastest. The frantic/fast paced energy seems to go against a lot of what I (we?) love about your content.Again, I absolutely love the concept, hearing everyone’s subjective opinions on thing like this is so fun, the banter/roast is entertaining, and everyone was a good sport about it!
I feel this way about 3/4 of 'timed competition' content on YT tbh 😅 just give people the appropriate amount of time needed to do what they're supposed to do, and then see what the result is.
I agree and I think it would have been better to have made it "the tastiest thing you can make in 3 minutes" and saved the "best sandwich" for it's own episode without a time limit.
Yes! Totally agree! And to help with the timing, how about they each make their item beforehand, or they all make it at the same time. Talking to each while they do it.
Yes, too many rules. One of the things I like about ATE is how chill they are, and I hope they take this less seriously next.
I agree a 100% you make a very valid point
this was so fun to watch - it should be retitled to Andrew Roasts Everyone
...and then loses!
Andrew is mean 🤣
like every other episode
Andrew toasts everyone except the breads
This is also a low-key “Andrew Cooks A Lot Of One Ingredient” episode, because we now know what Andrew would do with 20lbs of lettuce: he’d put it all on a single sandwich.
I haven't watched the whole thing yet, very excited to see what happens lol 👀
Guys, give yourselves at least 10-15 minutes to make decent sandwiches! There's really no reason for this to be done in a rush.
I mean for me I have to do it fast when I’m already late to work (for lunch)
6 minutes. Double what they had but still more reasonable for a "I don't have much time to make my lunch" kind of thing.
I think this could be an interesting series without the time limit. The time limit I think forces you to rush it. Oh, and they broke this rule anyway but unlimited questions. I want all the answers about the food. 😄
I think an adjustment to like 5-7 minutes
As a french person I felt a tiny part of my soul leave my body when Inga scooped the inside of the brie like it was cream cheese leaving the rind on the side :'-)
I think it was maybe because she was trying to hurry with the time limit
“As a French person” 🤡
I'm not even french and that hurt :D
@swisski why so mean :(?
I think that had more to do with the short time frame she was allotted. Not as easy to sloppily spread the rind, and definitely not enough time to slice soft cheese.
Arguing sandwiches is as close to political as food gets. And 3 minutes doesn't allow time to toast the bread; like you're supposed to.
Someone hasn't heard about the Who Invented Baklava war.
lmao exactly!! Toast! The! Bread!! lol
Goes to war over what a sloppy joe is….
Depends on what bread you’re using. Inga used a baguette for her sandwich so there was no need to toast it. Even then most people don’t toast bread either for sandwiches. Especially if they're meant to be served cold which was most of these sandwiches anyways .
Inga's sandwich is what I'd like to eat. Andrew just piled up a bunch of lettuce & supermarket bread without any dressing. Shawn's sandwich seemed to be wet, charcuterie board comparison was totally adequate, but it did seem promising. My vote: Inga, Shawn, Andrew.
Inga's was the best in my opinion even without going to high end deli's for ingredients very easy to replicate or create a varriation of with ingredients from your local supermarket and even add some varriations to it which for me would have been candied jalapenos. Sean's was not a sandwich he readily makes at home as well and for me reduces it's standing, there are just some sandwiches that will always be better at the source. Sorry Andrew straight up veggies on bread with mayo is not a sandwich I'd go for, it would require some tuna, bacon, ham in my world.
Sean made a club sandwich, and I get regionally they call it a sloppy joe but honestly? Three pieces of bread? You're making a club sandwich. I love fig jam and brie and bread and while I don't like ham, Inga's absolutely the real winner.
Andrew was savage. This was a blast. Would definitely like to see more.
i didnt know andrew can diss someone like this 😂 so much fun to watch
This series is just Andrew roasting people. And I'm here for it
@Nelson Gil That's what makes it funny.... 😄
No time to roast the bread, gotta roast the people instead! XD
Inga & Shawn: doing their best in 3 minutes Andrew: today I was *going* to make an idiot sandwich but apparently there’s already 2 here. Now marvel at my 🥬 lettuce🥬
Which is hilarious considering his sandwich choice gave him no ground to stand on lol
My two favourite moments:Andrew: what is hard cheese?Sean: like... um... Not soft cheeses....andSean: *talks about how his favourite sandwiches don't have so much vegetable that he feels like he's eating a salad*Andrew: *puts a salad in between two pieces of bread*
How tf does a chef not know what hard cheeses are?
modern day philosophy
Out of the three, i think inga's would be the only one I would truly make/order. I really like a nice french bread, brie, and fig jam. I really don't like an over saturation of strong sauces/being too wet. Andrews is nice and easy but the imagination of eating it specifically seems a little on the blander side, maybe a layer of sauce on the other bread might help.
The sass and the interaction between the hosts in this new series is great 😂
One of my sandwich favs is almost exactly like Inga's but instead of fig jam I use thin slices of apple or pear. I also add grainy Dijon mustard.
that sounds so good
@That Salt I've always been a fan of acidic/sweet fruit and unripened cheeses in a sandwich. And I kinda "construct" a sandwich so everything balances out in the end. It sounds pretentious but I like contrasts in flavour and texture. Green apple slices add texture like crisp greens along with sweetness and tart.
@Nat A Exactly. I find that some sweet sandwich ingredients completely takeover and overpower. When assembled, I like that you can taste everything.
One of my favourite sandwiches sold at a place that shut down years ago was with pears and camembert/brie, mayo and alfalfa sprouts.
That's a perfect alternative, I think that do this in future, sometimes one isn't in the mood for so much sugar
I personally also think that Inga’s sandwich seems much more convenient, quick and also would hold well when it’s on the go. I think the 3 min might be tight. 10 min is enough to toast and prep. I also think maybe a score out of 10 for each person makes sense so it would be a possible 20 points for each person. But a great first episode!
i'm shocked andrew's not doing his peanut butter and pickle sandwich xD
I was looking for this comment! Andrew, I feel betrayed hahaha!!
I thought that too
Andrew: DadInga: Little sister everyone lovesSean: High achieving brother that isn't acknowledged
I met Sean a couple times irl when I lived in L.A. Gonna be honest, he isn't a very nice fellow.
This was fun for me to watch but 3 minutes looked rough for you guys lol. I think longer prep time would do everyone some good 🙂
Andrew is such a polite, composed individual that sometimes I forget he's savage whenever he roasts people 😂
Seeing their sassy sides is such a breath of fresh air! I love the calm and chill vibes of the channel but this new series has a different appeal to it! 💗💗
the idea for the series is good, minus the time limit. I believe the 'explaining' part is essential since the observers are not aware of the stuff being done by the one making the sandwich. And with the time limit, they are forced to rush things, which is kinda weird since the setup gives a relax vibe, more like c'mon let's have a lazy chitchatEDIT: my fave sandwich is basically just a very simple liver spread in a white loaf bread, partnered with a hot choco or a regular 3-in-1 instant coffee. Not for the bougie people, but as someone who grew up having this, it brings so much comfort, milky bread with a bit bitter because of the toasted liver in the liver spread partnered with a sweet creamy coffee.
I vote Inga’s! Of the 3 she def gets my preferred flavor profile. Balsamic glaze would be so good on that. Honestly caramelized onion and tomato too if you wanted to load it up. Now I’m hungry…
All of these look great! I think I wanna try Inga’s the most but maybe with a different type of bread. Baguettes are great but hurt to eat 😅
I think Andrew shines on this channel. He seems more relaxed and seriously invested in the content. Love the videos.
Please keep this series going, I love Andrew just roasting everyone 😭
Great episode. I thought Andrew's sandwich was really interesting, and I thought it would be awful. The sloppy joe one looked great, but there was no way I would make that. Inga's was the best because it seems delicious and something I would make.
I just love Andrew. I just want to hear his opinions about things he has opinions about, he doesn't actually have to produce anything unless if that helps him formulate opinions, so this is a perfect series.
@Mass Twitter wouldn't call it mean spirited just very pretentious
Personally comes across as mean-spirited and arrogant - everyone has an opinion but doesn’t mean it’s worth listening to
This was insanely entertaining. I think a good compromise on time would be: film the prep, do all the prep you want, and you get 5-10 minutes to put it together and present.
My vote would be Inga’s, it has everything I love.. the brie.. the fig jam… the ham. Yum!!
I loooove this esp the harsh and hilarious comments from Andrew but I do wish they could make the timing longer to perfect their dishes. I hope this series has more drama in upcoming episodes. So exciting :D
Funnily enough, my favourite sandwich is similar to Inga’s. It’s turkey cranberry sauce, avocado and Camembert or Brie cheese, plus alfalfa sprouts for a soft crunch. Usually on sourdough bread or a toasted panin/ciabatta bread. Because obviously most of the fillings are soft so a crunchy or chewier bread helps make it texturally more interesting and enjoyable🤷♀️👍🏻
This feels a little pointless in its current form, but it sure was entertaining. A fun watch, id like to see it developed more.
This turned out better than I thought! Love the more relaxed / casual vibe vs. typical more professional videos (which I also enjoy). Nice change in pace
I made this yesterday: Muhammara on one side of the bread, roasted smoky aubergine in olive oil on the other, tinned sardines, piparras (spanish pickled chiles) and cilantro.
I would do maybe 10 minutes next time? Just to allow time to formulate your perfect dish. The 3 minutes is so frantic and I’d want more of an explanation during the process lol
10 is too much, but 5 would have been fairer to properly create the ratio of ingredients.
I wanna say no time limit especially if they start doing bigger meals.
Yeah if not 10 then at the very least 5. Cuz I get wanting to stick to the argument of "a sandwich should be something quick and easy to make", but 3 minutes is definitely way too short.
I'm with Inga: her sandwich looks delicious (I love sweet and salty combos) and I just can't with wet sandwiches, or worse, soggy bread 🙈
It was fun to watch. Make a series out of this but with a 15 or a 30 minute cap. 3 minutes is way to short.
Wow I didn't realize how different sandwiches could be- I love the variations presented in this video!Personally, I think I would prefer Andrews though I would add some protein such as chicken or roast beef. The vegetables marinate together really well, especially with the mayo added.
I appreciate them showing their opinions on each other's food, but it would've been even more accurate had they omitted the time limit since it could distract them from their presentation and preparation. Love the work as always
Sandwich #2 was so interesting! I've literally never heard of a sloppy joe that wasn't shredded sweet meat (sometimes in a chili) with a bit of coleslaw oozing out of a burger bun. Cool to see such a radically different take on it!
Inga definitely has the best sandwich concept here.Sean’s probably needs better execution or bread or both, but is a good flavor set.Andrew’s sandwich is a fundamentally flawed idea. A sandwich is at its best when it’s not time-sensitive, but he’s making it out of exclusively time-sensitive ingredients.
the time limit was a bit harsh, but good idea, there is objectively good food, but mostly it is subjective, and personal opinions about good food is an interesting subject to explore
I've had a version on Sean's sloppy Joe here in jersey. instead of roast beef, it was cornbeef. it's definitely one of my favorite sandwiches and if it's made right it's not "too wet" lol!!! nice job Sean
thats not a true sloppy joe though.
Nice concept, I would like to see moreI'm gonna say my favorite sandwich would be Inga's one, but I'm partial to French sandwiches as I'm French The classic Jambon-beurre does not have cheese or jam in it, it's litteraly only ham and butter But this revisited version seems really appetizing
Yum, yum, yum. I love a veggie and cheese (feta!) sandwich with soft whole-grain bread. I love a ham and cheese sandwich on a baguette, but without the sugar. I don't love a sloppy sandwich. Andrew wins!
Laughed at Inga frantically lunging for the salt during Andrew's sandwich portion 😂 Motivated not by helping Andrew have a better sandwich, but for her to have a better eating experience? Lol!
One of my favorite sandwiches is something similar to Inga. I'd add whole grain mustard or even Dijon on one side to offset the sweetness in the jam. If you can't find fig jam, onion jam works well.
Inga's sandwich looks so good! Reminds me of a flatbread pizza I loved that was just apricot jam, creamy goat cheese, and prosciutto.
Andrew is dissing Inga for buying nice toppings...As if he grew all the salad by himself...😉😄Inga, maybe mostarda di frutta is an alternative to fig jam.
Yes please! More videos like this. Really shows the personalities of the crew better and makes it fun to watch.
Andrew's sandwich is the kind I have eaten throughout my life,minus avocado and lettuce, but it indeed tastes incredible..
What a great prize! I love this but the time limit has gotta go. Also I would have picked Inga. Charcuterie is amazing. The only way to improve it is with really good bread.
This was a lot of fun to watch. Loved the dynamics of the team. Laughed a few times 😅
Congrats Sean! I think in order of what I'd want to eat would be Sean's, Andrew's, then Inga's.
They all look great and I’ve had a version of each at some point. Although I do have to say Sean’s sandwich is actually a “SLAW ‘b Joe”.
I really like sweet and savory combos, so Inga's was my favorite.
Literally every video: Just every one being extremely sweet.This video: Everyone roasting each other (but mostly Andrew).
I would go for Inga's. That sandwich sounds bomb! I love the idea of the sweet and savory.
Definitely make this a series!
This show is gonna be the time for everyone to roast each other 😂😂😂😂 love y’all ❤️
Andrew's sandwich was my favorite because I love plant-based foods. It was colorful, refreshing, and looked amazing (plus it had avocado 😊).
i really enjoyed this series, looking forward to another episode of this series!
Inga's sandwich looked like the one I most wanted to eat. Jambon beurre are fantastic. Not sure I have a go to, but in summer, I do like a plain tomato sandwich, possibly out of nostalgia. It's much simpler than Andrew's sandwich, just tomato and mayo on white bread.
I like that all these sandwiches had flaws and highlights. I'd like to see what sando would make them all happy.
this was really fun! i'd love to see who makes the best eggs!
my favourite sandwich is a toss up between the two, one being a caprese sandwich, and a montreal smoked meat sandwich. both are on the opposite ends of the spectrum, light and refreshing vs heavy and filling. reasons why i can't decide on one is because it really depends on the day.i agree with everyone saying to add more time (at *least* 10 minutes) to make it, because you gotta toast your bread... in addition to my favourite sandwich choices, i would've toasted my bread by toasting it on the pan for one side (the inside), lid on, so you get the crunch, protective layer from the sauce/wet ingredients like tomatoes, and the soft pillowy warm outside that doesn't scrape the roof of your mouth when biting down. (i took that idea from babish)
I think with a little more time for each sandwich, or maybe having all of the ingredients prepped and ready to use, this series would be like absolutely perfect. This was such a great video and I love watching everyone just vibe, its so great. Also I love Sean so much, he is my new favorite person alive.
Okay yes please do make more of these i love everyone's quiet "anger" i love the roasting i love the people :)
In the summer time, i dont think anything tops a BLT. Maybe a BLT with a fried egg. But summer tomatoes, homemade mayo, fresh sourdough… its the greatest sandwich. I subscribe to the Kenji school of thought here in which the bacon is a condiment, all about the tomatos. Ham and butter on toasted bread is a close second
I like this show allowing y'all to criticize food in a fun way. I could see it turning into a snark-off. But I'm sure y'all know how to strike a balance.Also, the time limit is so funny! A goal of the show seems like to put pressure on each other. So the time limit enhances that.
One of my new favorite segments! I want to make Ingas. But props to Sean for the cool sloppy Joe. More time would be nice but it was kinda fun to see them run around lol. Love About to Eat :))
Inga's face at 6:41 is priceless! I just love Inga's energy so much and it's super fun to watch :)Maybe I'm biased but Inga's sandwich is the one I would go for as a regular, but definitely would try Sean's sloppy joe and Andrew's garden salad sandwich as well LOL
Love the concept 😍 looking forward to more such debates over food.
I LOVE this new show. The roasting itself makes it worth watching, on top of the sandwich ideas😂
From the kind of clueless andrew in eating your feed to this amazing cook we see now, great progress.
I love the shade. Andrew wins at throwing shade. Also, glad to see Sean as an addition! Please do more videos like this!
Can we appreciate Inga's like "gimmie gimme gimme" hands at 5:55, so cute and so funny lol
I love how you guys roast each other LOL! I think Igna's sandwich is probably the go-to. Sean's sandwich is definitely my type of sandwich. Now, Andrew's sandwich is like eating a vegetable patch with bread jk haha. Love this series!
Lol, without question, Inga _ALWAYS_ wins for me. ❤
I am immediately a fan of the style this series is taking up; the hilarious banter, the diverse food opinions, the seamless team dynamic... everything, just screams peak content here
Take away the time limit and you have another amazing series!! This was so fun to watch!! Maybe pasta next if yall are into it?
I love this, seeing the candid relationships between everyone gives me so much life.
Should've called it "We Roast Each Other's Sandwiches" which not only gets the point across but is also a food pun. Great video, love y'all's content!
Jersey style Sloppy Joes are amazing! I recommend trying the signature Sloppy Joe at Fairchild Marketplace in Roseland (Essex County). Unlike the version Sean made, it's a triple decker made with super thin rye (and not dripping wet haha). While thinner, Fairchild gives you a monster portion! I'm drooling thinking about it!
What an interesting intense episode! Away from the usual calm, I loved the chaos.
This was very fun to watch. The food showcased were sandwiches that look like sandwiches the average person makes too~
I feel like it would be interesting to see what type of sandwich they might make if there was a longer time set, like “3 minute sandwiches” “15 minute sandwiches” “30 minute sandwiches” etc!
i laughed too hard at andrew's "charcuterie board"
Meanwhile he had salad on bread
These all looked fantastic. I think I’m going to make andrews sandwich today. Craving some freshness
The best sandwich i've ever made had a sauce made with egg yolk, mayo and ketchup. On top i had tomatoes, minced garlic, oregano, salt + pepper. I used toasted butter bread. Very simple, but effective.
"Why did you make a charcuterie board"A charcuterie board is just a deconstructed sandwich, let's be honest. 😂
So great to see you all sitting together in the same room!😃
wouldnt mind a longer time limit! love seeing yall IRL making your fave dishes
Great informal format, varied and also fun to see you dunk on each and laugh with each other!
I'm so happy Sean prevailed! I was rooting for him!!
5:55 omg Inga's reaction to "gimme the bread" is so cute 🤣