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    Denise,

    Thanks for the ideas. We have a couple of seasons on DVD but not all of them yet. We do love us some Alton Brown around here.
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    We love Alton. I need to get some on dvd. They make great science lessons. I'll have to try the masala and naan. DH and I love Indian food and we need to get the kids to eat it. It's so good for you. I'm making peppers stuffed with curried couscous tonight. Itt'll be interesting to see how it goes over.
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    Wilma,

    That is exactly what we use it for - My son learns how to make yummy meals and picks up an enormous amount of science without even realizing it.
    ~Kim~

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    I'm watching Alton right now and Noah came by and tried to change the channel to a cartoon channel, but I told him Alton was showing us how to make Spaghetti and meat sauce (one of Noah's favorite dishes) so now he's engrossed in the show! I don't think that I would have thought to entice him to watch the show if it hadn't been for this thread (and an earlier one about Alton) so thanks to all!

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