Sesame Street
Everyone's cooking on Sesame Street
Air date February 7, 2001
Season Season 32 (2001)
Written by Cathi Rosenberg-Turow
Sponsors P, 20
Syndication PBS Sprout


Picture Segment Description
SCENE 1 Big Bird, Alan, and Snuffy are gathered outside Hooper's Store making Snuffleupagus-size helping of lemonade for Snuffy who knows how he likes it. His mother taught him how to do it. The Kids stir with oars because Alan’s spoon is not too big to stir it. Snuffy sings a song about lemonade as the kids keep mixing. He drinks it all. It was so good, he wants to make another one.

How to make Snuffleupagus-Size of Lemonade:
Lots of Water
Cut up 40 Lemons
Squeeze the Lemons into the Water
Put the Sugar into the Water
Mix it all together.
There you have it: Snuffleupagus-Size of Lemonade!
Film Old McFay juggles three lemons, then two.
(First: Episode 3225)
Muppets Grover looks for you, and is glad when he finds you.
(First: Episode 3889)
Song Joe Raposo sings "Everybody Eats."
Re-filmed version
(EKA: Episode 2855)
Muppets Wearing oven mitts, Baby Bear places an H and an OT together to make the word HOT.
Animation Dancing pepper pattern - which one is missing?
(First: Episode 3079)

SCENE 2 The Amazing Mumford, a boy named Steven, Alan, and Big Bird are inside Hooper's Store. Mumford makes a Peanut Butter Sandwich right before their very eyes after reading the letter P cookbook. Instead he makes a pickle, then a orange pony, and then a penguin playing piano. Alan offers to make one but Mumford says that he’s going to keep trying. Alan put the sandwich on the table and Mumford said he knew he was going to get it right and leaves with the pickle but everything else was there.
Cartoon P, for peas
(First: Episode 3485)
Film Alphaquest: P
A pack of painted purple penguins practicing a pop song in a pine tree park, and a pink pig with a parachute.
(First: Episode 2711)
Muppets Grover introduces a segment with something fuzzy and blue, soon finding out it's Cookie Monster.
(First: Episode 3889)
Muppets In the kitchen, Cookie Monster plays a game of "Three of These Things" with Ernie.
Film Kids comment on their favorite foods.
SCENE 3 Next, at the courtyard, Herry Monster and the kids mash potatoes, and sing a mashing song. Herry calls mashing potatoes exercising. They make you get stronger. Alan comes outside while they sing the song with ingredients. Herry loves them!
Film Three girls clap rhythms while naming vegetables.
(First: Episode 3051)
Muppets Super Grover intends to fly into the air and wave at the number of the day. He claims that his springy legs will propel him into the atmosphere. After a few boingy jumps, he decides to forget the propelling part and just do the waving part. The following segment presents the number of the day.
(First: Episode 3884)
Cartoon The jungle creatures dance and form a 20.
Artist: Karen Aqua
(First: Episode 3835)
Film Growing Numbers #20
(First: Episode 2967)
Cartoon The Bellhop is sent to the grocery store to get twenty grapefruits. He counts to 20 on the way there so that he can remember the quantity, but forgets what item he was sent for.
(First: Episode 2533)
Muppets / Celebrity Percussionist Evelyn Glennie asks Oscar the Grouch if she can join his Grouchketeer band. She demonstrates her percussion skills on her drums, trash can lids, and the Grouchketeers' heads. Oscar and the Grouchketeers are impressed.
2096s Film Children on a playground form the letters of the alphabet. (new music added)
(First: Episode 1966)
Muppets Super Grover says that he's going to fly up into the air and point to the letter of the day. He begins by getting a running start, but only propels himself sideways, hurting himself in the process. Leaning on the brick wall for support, he thinks maybe he will forget the flying part and just do the pointing part. The following segment presents the letter of the day.
(First: Episode 3884)
Song “Letter P Menu”
(First: Episode 3558)
Film P for party, picture and puzzle.
(First: Episode 3267)
Muppets Hero Guy
Hero Guy goes on a heroic musical adventure with Baby Bear. Then Baby Bear plays the music repeating game with Telly.
Cartoon Musicians in a painting learn to cooperate to play music.
(First: Episode 3460)
Film A girl narrates a film of how pan dulce, Mexican bread, is made.
(First: Episode 3015)
Cartoon Suzie Kabloozie: Judge #20
(First: Episode 3858)
Animation Rubber Stamp #20
(First: Episode 2935)
Film Photographic collage demonstration of ALL, MOST, SOME and NONE of an apple.
(First: Episode 0979)
Muppets Grover introduces the next segment, which he says will feature a "four-sided whatsis" - when someone backstage tells him it's a square.
(First: Episode 3928)
Cartoon The Four Squares sing "It's Hip To Be a Square."
Artists: Vincent Cafarelli & Candy Kugel
(First: Episode 2615)
Muppets Elmo's World: Food
(First: Episode 3816)
SCENE 4 As the penguin plays on the piano, and the pony chews on Alan's cloth, Alan announces the sponsors P, and 20 as Steven looks at the penguin and pony.

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