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2007's Favorite Cooking Show Is...

2007's Favorite Cooking Show Is...

For those of you who wished Alton Brown was declared our favorite male-celebrity chef of 2007, you should take some consolation in the fact that his show Good Eats was voted our favorite cooking show of 2007. AB's show was neck-and-neck with Giada's Everyday Italian, but it's Alton special blend of wacky props and food science that makes Good Eats a great show to watch. Every episode is packed with several compelling recipes — if not for the taste, then for the science — and there's no way you could walk away without having learned anything. Whether it's the art of a perfect pork chop or the science behind a pinwheel cookie, Alton's got you covered.

What do you think? Do you agree, should Good Eats top our Best of 2007 list?

Also, if you haven't seen it — and why haven't you? — you're in luck. AB's currently working on editing new episodes for 2008. Plus, we've got a clip for you, just

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fuzzles fuzzles 8 years
Anything with Chef Gordon Ramsay. Hell's Kitchen....Kitchen Nightmares. He's so passionate about food and cooking! he's not hard on the eyes, either! And don't get me started on that accent! ;)
emlod10 emlod10 8 years
i do enjoy learning from his show...but sometimes i feel that he is a bit neurotic. i do love feasting on asphalt.
Babycakes1234 Babycakes1234 8 years
This guy knows everything...or at least he fakes it wonderfully. Like you said, you can't help but learn something from every show.
sarasonne sarasonne 8 years
I heart Alton Brown!
BRANDYNICOLE730 BRANDYNICOLE730 8 years
Absolutely agree. He's so helpful.
emalove emalove 8 years
I like him, but nowhere near as much as Giada.
aimeeb aimeeb 8 years
He is hilarious!
CooleMama CooleMama 8 years
Alton is a fabulous host on a terrific show... kudos for picking him (and for the record, I also like Giada's show and make a lot of those recipes). The great thing about Alton are the techniques he teaches without being stuffy.
cittypark cittypark 8 years
i love that he's on iron chef as well :] he totally rocks!
blades7816 blades7816 8 years
This is definetly the best show on Food Network. I think a close second would be Feasting on Asphalt. :)
ilanac13 ilanac13 8 years
good eats is definitely an informative show - i think that it's one of those shows that i'll continue to watch on the food network
mamaseacat mamaseacat 8 years
I agree! I'm so done with cooking shows.
tifygodess24 tifygodess24 8 years
I love good eats!
spiceG spiceG 8 years
good eats - THE BEST!!! without a doubt. i always learn something. i like that more than a simple recipe.
rumpel2 rumpel2 8 years
Totally! Good eats has a great script and format!
chellebaby chellebaby 8 years
Completely agree!
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