Chef Brings to Life Booze-filled Foods From 'It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia' (VIDEO)


Real-life Chef Babish faithfully recreates food items from the hit comedy It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, like rum ham, riot juice, fight milk and, of course, milk steak!

While no one in the gang from It's Always Sunny... is a real chef, almost every one of them is an alcoholic! Which is why nearly every off the wall dish they describe on the show is designed less for taste and more for it's ability to deliver alcohol. 

And while It's Always Sunny's writers may have dreamed up the dishes based more on how ludicrous their names sounded than how palatable they might be, Chef Babish sure seems to do an admirable job of recreating them.

Babish begins with rum ham, from the gang's infamous trip to the Jersey Shore in season 7, episode 2, and it only gets weirder from there.

Jonathan 'JC' Clarke

Jonathan 'JC' Clarke

ON AIR: Sundays 7PM - 9PM. Jonathan Clarke joined Q104.3, New York's Classic Rock, as an on-air personality in 1997 and continues to be a mainstay there. Also, since March of 2001, he has hosted and executive produced his top rated 'Out of the... Read more


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