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|Title||Good Eats Turns 10|
|Alt. Title||Good Eats 10th Anniversary|
|Transcript||Good Eats Turns 10|
|Original Air Date||
10.10.2009 at 10:00 pm
|Topics||Interview with Alton Brown, Multitasking the Unitasker, Trivia Contest with Superfans, Pancake Cake|
|Synopsis||To celebrate Good Eats going double digits, Alton Brown and company put on a live variety show full of lively conversation, strange cooking devices, a trivia game show, a parade of guests, a live band, and one very strange birthday cake. (foodnetwork.com)|
|The Locations||Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre, Atlanta, GA|
|Youtube||Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4|
From the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre, Atlanta,
Aug 29, 2009 (Sat) 2:00 PM
Aug 29, 2009 (Sat) 7:00 PM
John A. Williams Theatre
Food guru, TV star, writer and producer, author and chef Alton Brown and a big bushel of guests gather on the Cobb Energy Centre stage to celebrate the tenth anniversary of “Good Eats” on Food Network with a live variety show. During a fun-filled matinee and evening event, Brown sits down for a lively chat with fellow Food TV personality Ted Allen, who will riddle the GE host with questions posted by foodnetwork.com visitors. Standout scenes from the "Good Eats" 200 plus episodes will be screened, and various cast members will drop by.
Brown, who as a UGA grad and Marietta resident, has special status with Atlanta audiences, also faces a panel of "super fans" for a "Good Eats" trivia showdown.
There's more! Brown leads a live cooking demo (of a very peculiar nature) and a Q&A with the audience. "Good Eats" music director Patrick Belden performs live with his very small orchestra, and there is also a parade of props and puppets from the show as well as goofy costumes.
Brown is the author of several award-winning and New York Times Best Seller books including I’m Just Here for the Food and Feasting on Asphalt: The River Run. In addition to his own "Good Eats" show, he is involved in "Iron Chef America," "Search for the Next Iron Chef," "Next Food Network Star," "Feasting on Asphalt" and "Feasting on Waves."
Tickets on sale: Jul 13, 2009 (Mon) 10:00 AM
$175, $50, $35, $25 & $10 plus fees
Top price tickets for evening performance include Mr. Brown's new book and an after-show meet and greet.
Last Edited on 08/27/2010