You eat Gazpacho, you eat Borscht, you might even know how to cook a mean Alfredo yourself but do you know the history behind them? Where these foods originated, how did this combination of flavours come to represent something that people around the world adopted and now cook? Alton Brown goes into the nitty gritty of the cooking and also lays bare the history behind the order of the day as he rolls the culinary and info-tainment genres into a super interesting cooking show that is one of a kind!
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Good Eats Shell Game IV (Scallops)
Tales of a monster scallop send Alton traveling to a small town in Maine to investigate. After meeting with the nervous locals, he sets sail with Capt. Squint upon his house boat, the Okra where he's forced to cook a whole lot of scallop dishes.
Good Eats Raising the Bar
The cocktail is a truly American art form that few Americans know much about. Alton sets up the basics of a bar, contemplates ice as an ingredient and properly prepares three classics that open the door to the world of cocktail mixology.
Good Eats Tender Is the Loin
Beef tenderloin is one of the most luxurious cuts of critter known to man, expensive too. Alton investigates where this costly cut comes from, how to buy it and what to do to get your money's worth out of it.
Good Eats Tender Is the Loin 2
Alton completes his strategy of getting your money's worth from the luxurious cut of meat known as beef tenderloin. We learn the legends and preparations of Carpaccio, Philly Cheese steak and the perfect Chateaubriand.