Wednesday, May 11, 2022 8:00 PM
1099 Euclid Avenue, NE
Atlanta, Georgia 30307
From bestselling author and beloved Food Network host Alton Brown comes an all-new collection of must-have recipes and surprising food facts drawn from the return of the wildly popular “Good Eats” television series, including never-before aired material.
A Cappella Books is delighted to present Brown for the hometown stop on his “Good Eats 4 – The Final Years” book talk and signing at the Variety Playhouse on Wednesday, May 11, 2022, at 8 PM.
Guests are invited to submit up to two questions for this special fan-focused program. Brown will answer a selection of these submissions live on-stage! Email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org or send in via this link.
Each ticket includes a copy of the book. The author will be signing after the program.
Doors open at 7 PM. Masks are optional.
Photos of Alton can be taken while he is onstage. No photo ops are allowed during the signing portion of the program.
Purchase tickets online via the link below or save on service fees by purchasing in-store at A Cappella Books.
About the Book
This long-anticipated fourth and final volume in the bestselling “Good Eats” series of cookbooks draws on two reboots of the beloved television show by the inimitable Alton Brown—"Good Eats Reloaded” and “Good Eats: The Return.”
With more than 152 new and improved recipes for everything from chicken parm to bibimbap and cold brew to corn dogs, accompanied by mouthwatering original photography, The Final Years is the most sumptuous and satisfying of the “Good Eats” books yet.
Brown’s surefire recipes are temptation enough: the headnotes, tips, and sidebars that support them make each recipe a journey into culinary technique, flavor exploration, and edible history. Striking photography showcases finished dishes and highlights key ingredients, and handwritten notes on the pages capture Brown’s unique mix of madcap and methodical. The distinctive high-energy and information-intensive dynamic of “Good Eats” comes to life on every page, making this a must-have cookbook for die-hard fans and newcomers alike.
About the Author
Alton Brown was directing TV commercials when he got the crazy idea to go to culinary school and reinvent the food show. The result: “Good Eats,” which has kept Brown gainfully employed for more than 20 years and earned him a Peabody Award. Along the way he also hosted “Iron Chef America,” “Cutthroat Kitchen,” and “Feasting on Asphalt.” Brown’s live culinary variety shows have played to sold-out theaters across the United States. He lives in Marietta, Georgia.