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EA1312H: The "Proof" Is In The Pudding

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Title The "Proof" Is In The Pudding
Transcript The "Proof" Is In The Pudding
Show # EA1312H
Original Air Date

12.23.2009

Topics Alcohol In Cooking, Ethanol, Yeast, Grits, Fortified Wines
Synopsis     Host Alton Brown breaks into the liquor cabinet, not to concoct a drink but to examine the uses of alcohol in food preparation. (foodnetwork.com)
Recipes 1) Flaming Shrimp and Grits
2) Limoncello
3)
Zabaglione
Show No. 219th
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"The proof of the pudding is in the eating." (orig)
"The proof is in the pudding." (contemp)
phrase meaning that the true value or quality of a food (or any object) can only be judged when it is tasted (or operated) as opposed to how it looks, first noted in Miguel de Cervantes novel, Don Quixote (1615).
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