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  • - I'm a master baker!

  • - Do apples rise?

  • - All of you!

  • Get in there!

  • - Oh my god!

  • (smoke alarm rings)

  • - Oh, let's ignore that.

  • (bell dings)

  • (exciting orchestral music)

  • (bell dings)

  • - [Narrator] The Try Guys are back in the kitchen

  • to try their hand at baking without a recipe once more.

  • This week, holiday pies!

  • Will they find it to be easy as pie?

  • - Today we are not in our own kitchens,

  • we are in the Good Mythical Morning kitchen,

  • where we're not supposed to post on social media,

  • and I already did!

  • That's an oops!

  • - [Narrator] Each of the guys will have

  • two hours to bake a pie of their choice,

  • and then present it to the panel of judges.

  • - Hi, my name is Mari Takahashi,

  • I play video games for a living,

  • I share a birthday with the Cookie Monster.

  • I love sweets, it's my sweet spot,

  • and that's why I'm qualified

  • to judge these boys on their pies.

  • - Hi, my name is Jessica Schupack,

  • I'm a marketing consultant for restaurants.

  • I basically judge with restaurants

  • if something should go on the menu or not.

  • - I'm Brianna Abrams, I'm the chief PieSmith

  • at Winston Pies here in Los Angeles.

  • We're really excited to have you here

  • and talk about holiday pies,

  • cause I love making pies and I love talking about pies.

  • It is unbelievably hard to make a pie,

  • especially if you're just doing it one time on a Saturday.

  • You spend hours making the dough and letting it rest,

  • hours making the filling,

  • then you're watching it bake, it comes out and maybe

  • it doesn't look so pretty but then it tastes amazing,

  • or it looks beautiful and it is not delicious.

  • Perfecting pie is a challenge.

  • - Pies.

  • - My baking experience is limited

  • to eating raw cookie dough,

  • and the last time we made one of these videos.

  • - Last time on Without a Recipe,

  • my bread looked amazing and tasted very plain.

  • So this time, I'm not gonna forget the flavor!

  • - I like to pride myself of the fact

  • that I'm good at making food for others.

  • I engineered this video series to be

  • a competition show that I could win,

  • and then I didn't win.

  • - Last time, I ended up winning.

  • I'm just gonna relax, see what comes to my brain,

  • and hopefully we have a similar outcome.

  • - Do I know how to make a pie?

  • No.

  • Am I confident?

  • You bet your sweet-as-pie ass I am.

  • I'm gonna try and be meticulous and methodical this time.

  • - I'm so proud of you!

  • - Get some dough, bro!

  • - Wanna get some dough, bro?

  • - Get some dough, bro!

  • - Bro dough?

  • - Get dat dough!

  • - Get dat dough.

  • - [Narrator] All right, bakers, 3, 2, 1!

  • Try to bake!

  • - Okay. - Oh, god.

  • - Woo!

  • Roll up the sleeves!

  • Today I'm making apple pie, it's a classic, classic pie.

  • I love pie, my family has a pie-making

  • contest every single year,

  • but I use a recipe.

  • - Pie's great, it recalls also a lot of memories

  • about things like the holidays, and bad sex jokes.

  • The pie I'm making today is

  • none other than the blueberry pie.

  • - [Ned] Are you drinking whiskey?

  • - They put it out there knowing I would grab it.

  • - Well fine.

  • You won last time!

  • - Happy holidays.

  • - Woo! - Woo!

  • - [Zach] Today, I am baking not just a pie,

  • but the best pie.

  • Pecan pie.

  • Do you guys say PEE-can or pe-CAHN?

  • Tapioca flour?

  • I can make a gluten-free pie.

  • - Don't do that.

  • - [Zach] Why not?

  • - It's just not a good idea.

  • I love pie so much that I had

  • pies instead of a wedding cake.

  • We just went for pies.

  • Today I am making my favorite pie, which is a pumpkin pie.

  • I think I know what I'm doing.

  • I want to win so bad.

  • - These things are pe-CAHNS, but the pie is a PEE-can pie.

  • I'm having a pe-CAHN pie!

  • Like, get your fancy ass outta here!

  • - [Narrator] To start, each Try Guy will have 30 minutes

  • to prepare the dough for their pie crust.

  • - I don't know the proportions on anything,

  • I just kinda think I know what's supposed to go in it.

  • - Dough includes flour, a little bit of sugar,

  • little bit of salt, butter, and some water.

  • - Baking soda...

  • Baking powder.

  • - I'll just do two tablespoons of salt.

  • It seems like a good amount.

  • The last thing I want is for something to be

  • under-seasoned.

  • - Vegetable shortening.

  • You said I can use this instead of butter?

  • - Yeah, I mean, you just need fat.

  • - Four?

  • Five.

  • Eight scoops of this.

  • - I feel like this is a mistake.

  • - Coconut?

  • - Fuck it!

  • Boom!

  • Sugar and an egg!

  • Let's get in there!

  • Done!

  • - I forgot that we're not good at this.

  • We are not good at baking.

  • - I don't like a very sweet dough,

  • so I just use a very little bit of sugar.

  • - Is that too much sugar?

  • - How bout to the 50?

  • - And then I'm gonna add cold butter.

  • - I've watched a lot of baking shows,

  • and all I know is that there's so much butter.

  • So I got some flour in there,

  • I'm gonna mix some flour, a little bit of sugar,

  • a little bit of salt, and then get the butter in,

  • get some water in, and I think, I think that's it?

  • I don't think there's egg?

  • You're making fat, sweet bread.

  • Be very careful about how fast

  • and how much water you put in.

  • - This is getting lukewarm water!

  • Oh, it sounds like you're doing it!

  • - Fake it 'til you make it, right?

  • - You're doin' it!

  • You're doin' it!

  • You know baking's kinda like sex?

  • It's like you know how it's supposed to look,

  • but you don't know where to start the first time,

  • so you just start sticking your hands in?

  • Sorry, I make things so gross.

  • - Holy shit, am I doing it?

  • Did I like way over-complicate this

  • last time we made a video?

  • This is like basically perfect.

  • - My dough is not solidifying,

  • so I'm just gonna dump the rest of the butter in here.

  • Maybe it was tablespoons!

  • Okay.

  • Four teaspoons...

  • - It's liquid, right?

  • It's liquid.

  • It needed more moisture!

  • Like everything else in life, just put bourbon in it.

  • - Mm-hmm.

  • Lotta flavor.

  • Maybe too much flavor.

  • - Oh.

  • Wow.

  • This tastes amazing.

  • - Should I try mine?

  • Hot (bleep), that's pretty good!

  • - [Narrator] Bakers, one minute!

  • That's one minute left.

  • - This is not how the holidays are supposed to be!

  • - [Eugene] Well this is Without a Recipe, bro!

  • - It's not Without Any Time!

  • - I think I did better than Keith.

  • Keith, do you wanna come try mine?

  • - No.

  • - My stupid robot didn't work,

  • now I'm just making dough by hand like an idiot!

  • - [Narrator] Five, four, three, two, one!

  • Bakers, hands up.

  • - Mmm.

  • - [Narrator] As the dough rests in the freezer,

  • each of the guys will have

  • 30 minutes to make their fillings.

  • - What we're doing right now,

  • is we're putting in the secret ingredient, Eugene.

  • - Which is?

  • - Love.

  • - Drunkenness. - Okay.

  • - Okay? Mm-hmm.

  • - [Narrator] Earlier today, each of the guys had

  • an opportunity to taste a pie

  • similar to the one they want to make.

  • - I don't wanna destroy it, it's so beautiful!

  • - Smells like Christmas!

  • - Oh, Susan, how'd you get so lazy?

  • - Oh yeah, that's a dense (bleep) pie.

  • - Smells very pumpkin-y, cinnamon-y, nutmeg-y.

  • - All right, so what I can taste

  • immediately, obviously, is fruit.

  • This too many blueberries?

  • I don't know.

  • Woo! It'll fit in a pie.

  • - Definitely a lot of cinnamon.

  • It looks like the apples are sliced.

  • Woo!

  • Yeah!

  • I feel like I'm about to do a magic trick with these.

  • - I think that this has...

  • Pecans.

  • - Butter.

  • Maybe some kinda milk?

  • - No one's gonna eat the pie and be like,

  • oh no, chocolate!

  • That's not supposed to be in here!

  • - I think it confirms things I thought were in a pie.

  • I think I can insert a little Eugene in this pie.

  • Mmm?

  • - [Keith] Eww.

  • (laughter)

  • - I heard it as I said it.

  • - I'm a nonconventional baker.

  • I like to use things that inspire me.

  • - Pecan pie is a tricky pie to make.

  • It is fun to eat and work with but it is very sticky.

  • - Light corn syrup.

  • - Oh my god, Zach!

  • - Yeah.

  • It's sweet.

  • - [Brianna] It also has a couple of pitfalls

  • because it involves eggs.

  • - (laughs) Oh no!

  • - If you mix those sugars in with your egg yolks too soon

  • and you let it sit there, you're gonna burn your yolks.

  • - What do you do once you've over-salted a thing?

  • You're just--

  • You're (bleep)-ed.

  • There's no salt remover.

  • More high-fructose corn syrup, you got it!

  • - It will actually affect the way yolks cook.

  • - Pecan!

  • - Apple pie, you often will have it with cinnamon,

  • some people like nutmeg,

  • you