Alton Brown "reloads" this cocktail show from 2006 with a new martini, a new mint julep and perfectly clear ice cubes.
Alton Brown "reloads" an episode that has been bugging him for years. He finally comes to terms with grits and polenta while a certain Southern gentleman returns to teach the corniest bread of all.
Alton Brown finally "reloads" the pot roast from 2001. He's learned a lot since then, and it shows, because this is what pot roast is supposed to be. (About darned time.)
Alton Brown "reloads" this show from 2003, creating a better, more flavorful, faster stock and then turning that into a chicken soup ... all in less than two hours ... the dish, not the show.
Alton Brown "reloads" this episode from 2003 and reinvents the cake that so many folks complained about way back when. This time, the cake isn't just good: it's golden.
Alton Brown reaches way back to "reload" episode 3 of Good Eats! There are brand new recipes for fried, scrambled and boiled eggs, as well as a look at an old pan from a new angle.
Alton Brown reloads this classic roast chicken episode with new flavors, new science and a strange new twist on "broiling."
Alton Brown gives the "reload" treatment to a show about flattened meat dishes, including a new chicken piccata and a chicken Kiev that's actually a schnitzel.
Alton Brown reloads this original pressure cooker episode with a brand-new broth and his take on the Vietnamese classic, pho.
Alton Brown "reloads" this episode from 2000 with new recipes for mushroom stroganoff and pickled mushrooms. Oh, and there's a visit from a certain insect who just so happens to be made of some of the same materials as mushrooms.
Alton Brown "reloads" his classic cocoa powder show with three updated dishes including a new twist on brownies, an introduction to black cardamom and a scientific road race.
Alton Brown "reloads" this episode from 2001 with new recipes for his favorite grain, including a no-cook overnight oat pudding and a flavor-charged granola, now with more nutrition!
Alton Brown "reloads" his classic steak show with an entirely new recipe for a reverse-seared ribeye steak. He also reviews thermometer basics, how to cure a cast-iron skillet and why pre-salting meat can be the right thing to do.
Alton Brown "reloads" this early episode with new science on cold-water pasta cooking and shares his recipe for cacio a pepe.
A lot has happened in the world of coffee since this show dropped in 2000; since then, Alton Brown has brewed (and consumed) a lot of coffee. Here's his new look at roasting, grinding, brewing and the gear you need to do it.
Alton Brown "reloads" this classic episode with a surprising new cheeseburger procedure and the "lost" ground meat dish the food sensors nixed back in '99.
Alton Brown "reloads" this chocolate-centric show from season one of Good Eats with an all new two-ingredient chocolate mousse and a curious cake cooked in the microwave.
Alton Brown "reloads" his classic fish-and-chips show with a brand-new recipe for french fries and fish sticks all while being hounded by his sister who ... really isn't. Honest!
Alton Brown finally "reloads" this episode from season six with two new buttercreams, including one curious model flavored with buttermilk.
Alton Brown "reloads" his classic fondue show with some cheesy science and a completely new recipe, because he really didn't like the first one that much anyway. The Lady of the Refrigerator returns and boy, is she mad!
Alton Brown "reloads" this show on "budget" steaks with new ways of cooking his favorite: top sirloin steak. Then there's a close look at why we "flip" meat and a new angle on the broiler.
Alton Brown "reloads" his classic fried chicken episode with an all-new deep-fried recipe, an introduction to sumac and a look at the science of crunch.
Alton Brown finally turns this old show about pate a choux into what it always should have been: an episode about chocolate eclairs. That means a new pastry cream and a chocolate glaze.
With each edition of Good Eats: Reloaded, show creator Alton Brown will be renovating, updating — and in some cases, repairing — classic episodes of the long-running series.