Alton makes what once seemed foreign into an understandable all American classic.
Learn to win in this shell game. Alton explains the simple pleasures of mussels.
Unleashing more of the eggs' amazing powers in the second of a series about the egg.
Why do Americans not eat duck? Watch as Alton ponders thermodynamics in his quest to make duck a regular dish.
Alton's sister Marsha has her cookies pinched and turns to AB for emergency replacements. His efforts to help doom him to relive the same cookies over and over again aided only by a new mixer and a strangely familiar puppet.
The grill is your friend. Let Alton Brown show you how to tackle this backyard troublemaker and use it's powers for good.
Tthere is no good reason that people do not make their own pickles. They are easy and delicious. Let Alton show you simple joys of pickling.
Alton Brown goes to court to defend butter against a bad wrap brought on by "the dark agents of industry, media and the fat phobic public." The best defense: sauces.
Join Alton Brown as he concocts homemade "instant" pancakes, shops for some heavy metal (measuring cups that is) and takes a long walk amongst the maples.
Alton Brown gets inside a cabbage's head and comes out with a better understanding of what makes this potentially troublesome vegetable tick. Side trips include "cutting board blues" and a quick trip though cabbage history.
Alton Brown claims we won't be satisfied with pizza until we take matters into our own hands. Venture through the world of yeast, lay new tiles in your oven and meet a peel named Emma.
Alton Brown helps us work through the fear with a very strange board game and a trip through his intestinal track while still taking time for "Real" Baked Beans, Black Bean Salad and the fastest Hummus on Earth.
Alton must pit his poaching skills against those of the evil "Frenchman" whose plan is to contaminate the city's water with court bouillon. AB's crack team of culinary allies includes "W" and a shady soviet scientist.
How long after Thanksgiving can you live on leftovers? Food Expert, Alton Brown shows all the leftover possibilities...