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Good Eats wins 66th Peabody in 2007

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GOOD EATS

2006
Organizations:  (Food Network);  Be Square Productions Inc.

Alton Brown knows his foodstuffs, but so what? Dozens of tele-victual specialists know how to make a perfect béarnaise or tell if a cantaloupe is ripe. What sets Brown and his "Good Eats" gang apart is how much they know and include in their half-hour programs about history, anthropology, math, chemistry, physics and popular culture. In an installment of "Good Eats", a viewer is almost as likely to hear or see a reference to Batman or Werner Von Braun as baguettes or balsamic vinegars. Whether Brown is advising Okra's agent, Syd, on how to make his slimy client more popular, demonstrating how NOT to deep-fry a turkey, or describing ancient popcorn-popping methods, his show is a feast of puns, goofy props and good advice. For being omnivorously educational and great cheesy fun, "Good Eats" receives a Peabody.

Executive producer: DeAnna Brown. Producer: Dana Popoff. Director/writer: Alton Brown. Directors of photography: Marion Laney, Ramon Engle. Actors: Alton Brown, Bart Hansard, Carolyn O’Neil, Mandy Kibler, Zoey Brown, Ramon Engle, Vicki Eng.


Dana Popoff & Marion Laney


Dana Popoff & Marion Laney