Good Eats

Season 5 Episode 4

Celebrity Roast (a.k.a. Family Roast)

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Aired Wednesday 10:00 PM Dec 05, 2001 on Food Network
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Celebrity Roast (a.k.a. Family Roast)
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Alton tells us the roast is a whole, different, um... animal from a steak. Learn the proper techniques for making a hunka hunka tender beef, from dry aging to an inexpensive, homemade Dutch oven.

Recipes Featured in this episode: - Dry Aged Standing Rib Roast with Sage Jusmoreless
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    • TRIVIA (4)

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      • Chris Casper, a butcher at the New Yorker Marketlace and Deli, is talking with Alton Brown.

        Alton Brown: Question: How can any culture that has more lawyers than butchers call itself a civilization?

        Chris Casper: Hey, my brother's a lawyer.

        Alton Brown: Oooh. A shame your parents must bear.

        Chris Casper: Well, at least they still have me.

      • Alton: Since the dawn of cuisine, no feast has been complete without a big, old of hunk of roast beast. The trouble is that every time a modern cook reaches for one of those skimpy little single serving cuts, the roast and its marvelous mound of leftovers comes just a little bit closer to extinction and that is a real shame. Because if history has taught us anything, it's that no matter how lame the toast, a good roast is always good eats.

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      • Celebrity Roast
        Named after the Dean Martin Celebrity Roasts, a series of specials televised from 1973 to 1984 where guests would gather to "roast" a featured celebrity with putdowns.

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