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    ALTON BROWN

    My favorite cooking show just has to be "Good Eats" with Alton Brown. His recipes are fairly easy...and if they are not, he explains it with step by step instructions. He has a bit of humor on his show and a great deal of knowledge on cooking technique is dispensed. Just ask him what a shallot is and your answer would be, "Well structurally it's like, well, imagine if an onion and head of garlic got together and got married and had a kid." That's how he has explained what a shallot was.
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    I saw this on Alton Brown's show "Good Eats" and it looked very interesting. I have never seen it done this way. Will try in the next few days.

    Recipe #329784

    Adapted from Alton Brown's Good Eats show. The crust on this chicken will really amaze you.

    Recipe #13148

    I love Alton Brown, and this recipe is why. Creamy and easy.

    Recipe #32306

    This is Alton Brown's. It is so close to my mom's meatballs made at Christmas time each year. I love them.

    Recipe #162463

    I LOVE this recipe! These are the most fantastic meatballs ever. They don't need sauce (but are great with it). From my hero, Alton Brown.

    Recipe #162487

    from Alton Brown's show. Brining the bird is the key to moist meat. Made this again this year, only brined in just water instead of stock to save some dough. Again, the bird turned out perfect. Growing up, I hated white meat because it was always dry and grinding on your teeth ;-), now I love white meat. Cook time includes the brining time.

    Recipe #9954

    From Alton Brown

    Recipe #9956

    25 Reviews |  By basia1

    From Alton Brown's "I'm Just Here for the FOOD". Haven't tried this yet, but Alton says this provides a creamer egg than steaming or boiling. He says it is a bit harder to peel though. Posted in response to a recipe request. (NOTE: Servings depends on how many eggs you decide to cook!)

    Recipe #61856

    This is Alton Brown's recipe for Chewy Cookies. I haven't tried it yet. I thought I'd add it here so I could have it in my cookbook.

    Recipe #79271

    3 Reviews |  By Xexe

    Recipe is from Alton Brown.

    Recipe #106116

    Well it's gazpacho with grapes....recipe by Alton Brown.

    Recipe #106117

    4 Reviews |  By Xexe

    Alton Brown's corn dogs.I haven't tried it yet.

    Recipe #106714

    1 Reviews |  By Xexe

    Well alton calls this "better than grandma's" creamed corn. Well my grandmom always made the can variety So i am sure it is better.

    Recipe #106870

    A wonderful casserole using fresh vegetables, real cheese, and no "cream-of" soup.

    Recipe #241758

    From Food TV's "Good Eats". Cook's note: A city ham is basically any brined ham that is packed in a plastic bag, held in a refrigerated case and marked "ready to cook", "partially cooked" or "ready to serve". Better city hams are also labeled "ham in natural juices". Posted in response to a request.

    Recipe #23438

    We make two turkeys at Thanksgiving -- smoked and roasted -- and this sauce is excellent with either turkey. It's tangy and full of flavor. It's easy to make to boot! 11/11 I just noticed that part of this recipe is missing so I am fixing now :)

    Recipe #106741

    I finally got around to making these last night and, while my photos don't exactly reflect it, they were AWESOME! I made a very simple dipping sauce of about 2 parts Yamasa soy sauce to 1 part rice wine vinegar with some sesame seeds sprinkled on top. I froze the extra prepared, but uncooked pot stickers on a cookie sheet, each layer separated by waxed paper, then put them in a vacuum sealed Food Saver bag and back into the freezer. These got pretty consistent 5 star ratings on the FoodTV.com site.

    Recipe #137829

    1 Reviews |  By Cynna

    Good old A.B. sure does know his way around the kitchen! Here's a great recipe from Good Eats I thought I'd post. We're making these right now and I cannot wait to eat some! You will need a kitchen scale for this, as you have to weigh the flour. Cooking time includes time to rise.

    Recipe #141557

    I got this recipe from Good Eats (Alton Brown). I looks like a good recipe, easy to make.

    Recipe #150639

    I got this recipe off of the Food Network website. It was on the Good Eats episode, Dip Madness. I adjusted the directions a little bit from the original recipe. I also didn't add the cayenne that it called for and insted added some red pepper flakes. Number of servings is approximate. Cooking time is setting time (to let the flavors fully develop).

    Recipe #172937

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