Sure it's ancient, sure it's healthy, but fermented bean curd is also Good Eats. Armed with a little knowledge, and a decent blender, Alton Brown shows that it's a snap to convert this pale paste into everything from pie filling to a pan-fried main course. Recipes include: Fillet O'Fu, Tall and Tangy Tofu Thangy, Moo-Less Chocolate Pie and No Guilt Caesar.
There are a lot of bivalves to eat out there but if he had choose one, Alton Brown would choose mussels. Join Alton as he takes the blue shelled mollusks from bay to plate with Mojo Moulies, buys a steaming rig and ponders cooking wine.
Alton Brown steers his continuing egg-vestigation through the world of baked custards from Refrigerator Pie to the much misunderstood creme caramel (Flandango).
Alton Brown wants to make duck a regular dish. He reveals how to convert a rock hard duck into a crispy delight (dubbed Mighty Duck) while teaching more than you could ever want to know about thermodynamics.
Alton Brown'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.
Grilling is not only an American right, it's a duty, and one that Alton Brown takes seriously. Join him as he shops for a grill, fires the right fuel, makes paste, ties the knot and helps a Leg of Lamb find its true purpose in the world.
Join host Alton Brown as he and his mysteriously malevolent brother put refrigerator pickles through their paces while still taking time to visit Cleopatra's tomb and contemplate the world's largest cucumber. Recipes include: AB's B and B's, Firecrackers, Kinda Sorta Sours, Hurry Curry Cauliflower and Summer Fruits.
In this very special episode of Good Eats, Alton Brown goes to court to defend butter against a bad wrap brought on by the dark agents of industry, media and the fears of a fat phobic public. The best defense: sauces, like Compound Butter, Raymond Beurre Blanc and Honey Butter.
Join Alton Brown as he concocts homemade "Instant" Pancake Mix, shops some heavy metal (measuring cups that is) and takes a long walk amongst the maples.
Join Alton Brown as he gets inside 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 through cabbage history. With recipes for Shred, Head, Butter and Bread plus Home of the Braise.
Alton Brown claims we won't be satisfied with pizza until we've taken matters into our own hands. Rise high into the world of yeast and learn how (and why) to lay tiles in your oven. With Alton's recipe for Pizza Pizzas.
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 Brown must pit his poaching skills against those of the evil Frenchman whose plan to contaminate the city's water with court bouillon must be foiled. AB has recipes for The Frenchman's Bass, Poached Egg Tips, Catfish au Lait and GE Court Bouillon.
A sudden blizzard strands Alton Brown and the rest of the Good Eats crew for days with nothing to eat but leftovers from Thanksgiving. He comes up with In a Cranberry Jam, Turkey Re-Hash, Tart Cranberry Dipping Sauce, Bird to the Last Drop and Sweet Corn Bread Pudding.
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