Years after the OG series Good Eats went off the air, Alton Brown is back in the kitchen to renovate, update — and in some cases, repair — some of most-beloved recipes. Watch new episodes every Monday at 9|8c on Cooking Channel!
Whether or not the Pilgrims ate turkey at the first Thanksgiving is debatable, but one thing is not: if they'd had a propane tank and five gallons of hot oil they'd have deep-fried the turkey for sure. Alton Brown takes on the new American tradition of deep-frying the big bird in an effort to prevent future backyard disasters from flaring up. Along the way, he talks turkey flavor and texture to ensure that we all get the most out of our birds, without getting burned.
ABs gone on record as saying the stuff is evil and yet, hundreds of protest letters have him rethinking his position. Can a stuffing be designed thats good for diner and bird alike? Maybe?if a proper model can be found.
Follow Alton Brown on his mission to throw off the dry turkey curse that's haunted his family for ages. Can he unlock the secrets to a juicy turkey that cooks in just two hours before being overrun by meddling (not to mention uninvited) kinfolk?
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