Mr. Brown to the Rescue: Alton Answers Fans' Holiday Cooking Q&As

Hear from Alton as he answers fans' questions on holiday party prep, and get his tried-and-true recipes you can count on.
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From baking cookies and roasting ham to hosting your relatives and preparing for Christmas brunch, the road to the holidays can be a long one, and when it comes to tackling seasonal cooking and entertaining questions, there's perhaps no one better outfitted for the task than Alton. Cutthroat Kitchen's master of eviliciousness and the longtime host of Good Eats stopped by Food Network's Facebook page yesterday for the ultimate holiday tell-all, dishing on the hows, whys and whats of his best party-ready recipes. Read on below for the top snippets from the chat, to learn Alton's answers to some of the most-asked questions and to get his tried-and-true recipes you can count on.

Get the Recipe: Chocapocalypse Cookie
Get the Recipe: Christmas Soup
Get the Recipe: Pan-Seared Rib Eye
Get the Recipe: Free-Range Fruitcake
Get the Recipe: City Ham
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