Good Eats 3 The Later Years

Good Eats 3

The Later Years


Price: $40.00

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  • Publication Date: September 27, 2011
  • Imprint: Stewart, Tabori & Chang
  • Trim Size: 9 x 10
  • ISBN: 9781584799030
  • Page Count: 432
  • Illustrations: 1,000 color illustrations
  • Rights: World/All

New York Times bestselling author!
From the star of television’s Good Eats (Food Network, Cooking Channel)!
“A victory lap.” —Chicago Tribune
“Filled with health information and tips on how to become a better home cook.” —Oregonian
“His best yet.” —

Good Eats 3: The Later Years packs a bounty of information and entertainment between its covers. Television host and food scientist Alton Brown offers foodies more than 200 recipes accompanied by hundreds of photographs, drawings, and stills from the show, as well as lots of science-of-food facts, cooking tips, food trivia, and behind-the-scenes glimpses.

In chapters devoted to everything from pomegranates to pretzels, mincemeat to molasses, Alton delivers delicious recipes along with fascinating background in a book that’s as fun to read as it is to cook from. Open the book and dig into:

  • Milk Made
  • Pretzel Logic
  • Coconut Cake Revival
  • Fishin’ Whole
  • Stew Romance
  • The Wing and I
  • Apple of My Pie
  • Oh My, Meat Pie
  • Switched on Baklava
  • And much more!

Everyone who wants to cook for their family will benefit from the knowledge in this series. With his trademark humor, Brown starts at the neighborhood supermarket and recommends what to buy, how to turn it into tasty “good eats,” and explains the science behind his recommendations. What bacon should you take home? How can you make it crispy? Why does frying bacon suddenly burn? Does all espresso have to be dark roasted? Cooking school has never been so darn fun!

Good Eats 3 is a must-have addition to the bookshelves and kitchen counters of Alton lovers everywhere. He makes cooking fun! He makes food fun! He’ll make your kitchen fun!


About the author

Alton Brown is the host of Good Eats (winner of a 2007 Peabody Award) and the commentator on Iron Chef America, both on Food Network. The author of six cookbooks for STC, he lives near Atlanta.