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Last Week's Contest Winners

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Cook the Book: Good Eats: The Early Years: JoeAd, tuhud, jkiller5150, dtgville, and sar_t. Winners have been notified by email and also appear on our Contest Winners page. Thanks to all who entered.... More

Cook the Book: Turkey Salad

Serious Eats Caroline Russock 2 comments

Two solid days of cooking have gone by and I'm happy, though a little exhausted. My Thanksgiving was a resounding success and everyone left full, happy, and armed with a bag of leftovers to last them well into mid-December. The... More

Cook the Book: Bird to the Last Drop Soup

Serious Eats Caroline Russock 7 comments

Thanksgiving is particularly hard on the fridge. Leading up to the big day, the fridge is filled to capacity. I know mine is stuffed so precariously right now, I have to think twice before opening the door. The fridge gets... More

Cook the Book: Mashers

Serious Eats Caroline Russock 9 comments

A few week's back we shared Mark Peel's recipe for Mashed Potatoes, Finally Revealed, a cream and butter-laden preparation that is the key to the smoothest restaurant caliber mashed potatoes. It turned out to be one of the the most... More

Cook the Book: 'Good Eats: The Early Years'

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As far as television food personalities go, Alton Brown is the perfect combination of wacky mad scientist, comedian, and food nerd extraordinaire. Way back in 1998, Brown aired the first episode of Good Eats on a Chicago PBS station. In Brown's own words, Good Eats set out to be a combination of Julia Child's kitchen chops, Mr. Wizard-style accessible science, and Monty Python's unique brand of silliness. Knowing a good thing when they saw one, Food Network picked up the show a year later Good Eats is now well into its thirteenth season. With more than 200 episodes of the show under his belt, Brown has recently released Good Eats: The Early Years, a massive tome that includes all of... More

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