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Churn Baby Churn
"Churn Baby Churn"

Series

Good Eats

Season

1

Episode

6

Theme

Ice cream

Recipes

Serious Vanilla Ice Cream

Coffee Granita

Key Lime Sorbet

Production Number

EA1A06

Airdate

August 11, 1999

Episode Chronology

Previous

"A Bird In The Pan"

Next

"The Dough Also Rises"

Related Titles

Next

"Churn Baby Churn II"

You scream, I scream, but Alton Brown would rather make his own ice cream...and sorbet and granita. Secrets the pros don't want you to know and how to find an ice cream machine that delivers the goods without breaking the bank.

SummaryEdit

FactsEdit

  • 66% of the ice cream bought in the USA is eaten by adults.
  • Although vanilla from Madagascar is the most popular, beans from Mexico are the most flavorful.
  • The ice cream cone was invented at the 1904 World's Fair in St. Louis.
  • During prohibition may bars converted to ice cream parlors. Most were so profitable they never changed back.
  • Vanilla out sells Chocolate 3 to 1.

CastEdit

Cody Collins ... Ice Cream Churn Kid #1

Scarlet Yarbrough ... Ice Cream Churn Kid #2

? ... Ice Cream Churn Kid #3

? ... Soda Shop Customer #1

? ... Soda Shop Customer #2

? ... Soda Shop Customer #3

Vickie Eng ... W

Steve Rooney ... Man Buying Ice Cream

IngredientsEdit

Simple syrup; Sugar; Water; Key lime preserves; Peach, Peach preserves; Seltzer; Lemon, Lemon zest; Lemon juice; Lime zest; Lime juice; Salt; Coffee; Coffee liqueur; Orange, Orange zest; Cream, Whipping cream, Half and half; Milk, Whole milk; Egg, Egg yolk; Vanilla bean; Sprinkles; Coffee, Espresso; Ice cream cone; Chocolate, Chocolate syrup; Cherry, Maraschino cherry; Polysorbate 80

DishesEdit

Ice cream; Gelato; Custard; Granita; Sorbet; Sherbert

ToolsEdit

Scoop (Ice cream); Saccharometer; Pan (Sauce); Container; Ice cream maker; Coffee pot; Refrigerator; Cake pan; Grater; Spatula; Stove; Beaker; Thermometer; Test tube; Knife (Paring); Measuring cup; Measuring spoon; Salt container; Glass; Pitcher; Fork; Spoon (Wooden); Jar; Plastic wrap

TechniquesEdit

Boiling; Whipping; Blooming; Thawing; Submersion

TerminologyEdit

Dessert; Manufacturer

ScienceEdit

Quart; Sucrose; Heat; Hydrogen; Crystal (Ice); Cup (measurement); Tablespoon (measurement); Gel; Molecule; Acid; Mixture; Freezing; Solution; Fat (Milk); Flowers (Orchid); Pod; Vanillin; Air; Overrun; Emulsification

OrganizationsEdit

USDA

CultureEdit

United States of America; 17th century; Nancy Johnson; New Jersey; Nero; Italy; Venice; New York; Philadelphia; Mexico; Madagascar; St. Louis World's Fair; St. Louis; Prohibition; George Washington; Soda shop

Visual AidsEdit

Sucrose chart

LocationsEdit

Title OriginEdit

  • "Burn Baby Burn" - Phrase from the song "Disco Inferno" by The Trammps.
  • "Burn Baby Burn" - Unofficial slogan of the Watts riots and referred to the use of arson as a form of protest.
  • "Burn, Baby. Burn." - Slogan of the Blank Panthers from the 1960's.

TriviaEdit

ReferencesEdit

  • "Churn Baby Churn". Good Eats. August 11, 1999. No. 6, season 1.

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