Good Eats 2: The Middle Years by Alton BrownGood Eats 2: The Middle Years by Alton Brown

Good Eats 2: The Middle Years

byAlton Brown

Hardcover | October 1, 2010

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Good Eats 2: The Middle Years picks up where the bestselling Good Eats: The Early Years left off. Showcasing everything Alton Brown fans (and they are legion!) have ever wanted to know about his award-winning television show, The Middle Years is chock-full of behind-the-scenes photographs and trivia, science-of-food information, cooking tips, and—of course—recipes.


Brown’s particular genius lies in teaching the chemistry of cooking with levity and exuberance. In episodes such as “Fit to Be Tied” (meat roulades), “Crustacean Nation” (crab), and “Ill-Gotten Grains” (wheat products), Brown explains everything from how to make the perfect omelet to how to stuff your own sausages. With hundreds of entertaining photographs, along with Brown’s inimitable line drawings and signature witty writing, this comprehensive companion book conveys the same wildly creative spirit as the show itself.
Alton Brown is the writer, director, and host of the Food Network show Good Eats, which won a 2007 Peabody Award, and is the expert commentator on Iron Chef America and host of The Next Iron Chef America. In 2004 his STC book I’m Just Here for the Food won the James Beard Award in the reference category. Brown lives near Atlanta, Geo...
Title:Good Eats 2: The Middle YearsFormat:HardcoverDimensions:432 pages, 10 × 9 × 1.75 inPublished:October 1, 2010Publisher:Stewart, Tabori & ChangLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1584798572

ISBN - 13:9781584798576


Rated 3 out of 5 by from Science Meets Food If you're a fan of Good Eats then it comes to no surprise the book is more scientifically grounded with its information vs. food photography. I'd consider this book great for understanding the fundamentals of the classics included, as well as understanding WHY ingredients react the way they do. That being said, it could be considered a bit dry versus watching the show.
Date published: 2018-01-14