February 4, 2015
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Chef and author Alton Brown is perhaps best known as the creator and host of the Food Network’s Good Eats, as well as a commentator on Iron Chef America and Cutthroat Kitchen. Brown admits his inspirations include Julia Child, Mr. Wizard and Monty Python, and his signature blend of cooking, experimentation and comedy have made him one of the most well-liked culinary celebs heating things up these days. His appearance here promises to be a night of humor, informative culinary action and, for the first time, live music.

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