Good Eats 14 Seasons 2005

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Season 9
(15) IMDb 9/10

1. The Jerky TV-G CC

AB takes a look at an ancient food for the new millennium: beef jerky

Starring:
Alton Brown, Deb Duchon
Runtime:
21 minutes
Original air date:
August 4, 2005

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Season 9

Product Details

Genres International, Documentary
Starring Alton Brown, Deb Duchon
Supporting actors Vickie Eng
Season year 2006
Network Food Network
Producers Dana Popoff
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By R. A. McCardell on July 21, 2013
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Thank you Amazon for making Good Eats available by season! Food Network stopped at Season 2 and the dvd are crazy to get hold of and organized by category. For those of us who love Good Eats and Alton Brown streaming works well because I can stream it to either my laptop or my Kindle for portability into my kitchen. The only reason I didn't give this 5 stars was there was some episode discrepancies. 'Twas the Night before Good Eats is missing from Season 13, Cran Opening (ep 11) is missing from Season 12 and is replaced with a different episode. "Right On Q" (ep 23) and The final Good Eats episode "Turn On The Dark" are both missing from Season 13. However, if Amazon makes all the episodes available on Instant Video I won't quibble about that. Right now only 9, 12,13,and 14 are listed. Here is hoping Amazon treats us better than Food Network and the rest will show up very soon.

If you have never watched this show Alton Brown is smart, funny and you will learn more about cooking in 45 minutes of his show than anywhere else. Part cooking school, part food history and all entertainment. Because of him when I go shopping for my kitchen my key word for shopping is UniTasker. Do yourself a favor and watch some Good Eats.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Gary Price on September 22, 2013
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Besides being a master entertainer and thorough scientist, Alton is an easy-to-follow instructor of his recipes. With both episodes of "Tender is the Loin," he turns an expensive cut of beef into several "affordable" meals. Tonight, my 5 grand kids not only enjoyed the pyrotechnics of the fire show making the filet mignon sauce, but the plates of every single one of them, including my daughter and wife, was wiped clean with the last morsel of meat! Don't think that's all they had: gravy from rendered fat from the "chain" (and earlier bacon fat) on Yukon Gold "smashed" potatoes - skin on, asparagus tips, and a fruit bowl of strawberries, pineapple, and blueberries. Truly gratifying to a grandfather/cook to watch it disappear. Thanks, Alton!
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Very informative. Quirky but funny. I now feel comfortable butchering this kind of meat all the time. Great for family events.
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By Austin J. Becker on February 3, 2014
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This one wasn't as funny as the majority of Good Eats but I still learned a lot! Thanks Alton Brown!
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Good eats is the cooking show that raised the bar for all other cooking shows. Alton Brown shows you how to cook using a mixture of skill humor and a large helping of humor. I love the show watch as often as I can
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By Kathryn Fuller on December 15, 2013
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This is great! I only hope Amazon is able to get ahold of Seasons 1-8 as well, either for sale or for streaming on Prime. The episodes are pretty hard to get ahold of otherwise.
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It's AB - 'nuff said. He's fearless and makes experimenting with recipes okay. Inspired me to purchase some of his books.
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By Beanie on September 14, 2013
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Interesting and educational show. As always, I learned a lot. I love avocados so this was right up my alley. Albeit a season 9 show, the locales where filmed still exist on the Central California coast. Am planning a visit to Morro Bay soon to check it out and get some avocado oil. Well worth the watch!
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