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Save on Alton Brown's Feasting on Asphalt DVD

Now You Can Feast on Asphalt Anytime You Want To

Alton Brown fans will be pleased to hear that last year's popular Feasting on Asphalt 2: The River Run is now available on DVD. As a fan of Alton, I thought this was a really fun series. It chronicled his and his crew's journey along the Mississippi River on motorcycle, but most importantly it chronicled everything they ate. While I'm well versed on foreign foods, it was great to learn about some of these homegrown treats.

If you're interested, the DVD set runs $29.95 — if you're one of the first 1000 to order you get a free map charting the journey — but from now until April 30, you can get 10 percent off by using the code: C93837 when you check out.

And if you'd rather read about his journey, they've just released a companion book ($16.50, the discount code probably won't work on this). Alton was recently on NPR talking about it. It's part memoir and part cookbook. Kool-Aid pickles anyone?

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Aclarie Aclarie 7 years
I wonder if good eats is on dvd I really love his shows and would like to collect all of them. Which reminds me I still have to get the Julia Child dvds
aimeeb aimeeb 7 years
Ha!
liltandweave liltandweave 7 years
I'm excited about this book. He stops in Alma, Wisconsin, just a few miles from where I grew up!
jessie jessie 7 years
I just love Alton Brown. His shows are so interesting and never boring. Even my kids like to watch it with me.
sonnabobble sonnabobble 7 years
i totally agree with brittanyk!
Vallyntine Vallyntine 7 years
After Alton's wipe-out last year, I think they should call the series "Eating Asphalt".
brittanyk brittanyk 7 years
I love Alton. I think he's funny, interesting, and it sometimes boggles my mind how much random knowledge has about food.
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