Phyllo dough can be finicky but host Alton Brown tames this difficult pastry to create that wonderfully layered dessert known as baklava.
Many years after changing Thanksgiving history forever, Alton Brown and the Good Eats crew take one final shot at the biggest food holiday of the year.
Join host Alton Brown as he explores the many historical and cultural influences that give us a New Orleans classic, Beans and Rice.
Everything you never knew you wanted to know about procuring, preserving, and presenting the first vegetable of the season: asparagus. Buying, storing, and cooking are investigated as well as the science behind that...um...funny smell.
Alton completes his strategy of getting your money's worth from the luxurious cut of meat known as beef tenderloin. We learn the legends and preparations of Carpaccio, Philly Cheese steak and the perfect Chateaubriand.
Scales, tails and eyes oh my! Who's afraid of whole fish? Not Alton Brown. Confront your fishy phobias head on with the fearless host as he roasts, planks and fries up a few good (whole) fish.
Although the avocado is best known for its staring roll in guacamole, this multifaceted culinary actor can also take on rolls usually played by eggs, butter, and even shortening. The results are delicious, healthy, and very green.
Quite possibly the original convenience food, tamales are ancient and delicious. Join host Alton Brown on an historical and tasty exploration of these tempting treats.
They may have been born in Mexico but today the taco is a concept as "American" as apple pie. Host Alton Brown seeks to refurbish 2 particularly tarnished variations on the theme.
Oranges aren t just for juice any more as host Alton Brown explores their symphony of flavors to create a classic drink , a tasty topping and a creamy cold dessert.
It may be the bane of children and presidents but broccoli is a nutritional superfood. Join host Alton Brown as he transforms broccoli from limp and bitter to crisp and delicious.
Join host Alton Brown as he helps a humble cucumber fulfill its culinary destiny of becoming a pickle.
Join our intrepid host, Alton Brown, as he reinvents the classic green bean casserole just in time to save the holidays.