Host Alton Brown explores a bayou staple, the delicious and sustainable alternative to lobster, the crawfish.
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.
Although usually considered an Italian dish, spaghetti with meat sauce proves to be an American classic as host Alton Brown explores its origins.
Looking for an alternative to chicken? Host Alton Brown turns to the pork tenderloin as a delicious yet low fat substitute for the ubiquitous bird.
In an effort to tempt his niece into eating her vegetables, host Alton Brown manages to sneak them into several tasty treats.
Despite its long and noble history, punch rarely receives the respect it deserves so host Alton Brown begins a quest to return the drink to its rightful culinary position.
Host Alton Brown helps an average Joe overcome his kitchen phobias and whip up the classic breakfast of bacon, eggs and coffee.
Most people think of beer and wine only as drinks, but host Alton Brown thinks outside the bottle as he uses them as key ingredients in several tasty dishes.
The pound cake may have been born in Britain but host Alton Brown considers it to be an American classic. Join him as he explores the history and preparation of this delicious treat.
Concerned about the impact of over-fishing, host Alton Brown explores tasty and extremely sustainable farm-raised trout.
The ingredients for that beguiling Japanese concoction, miso soup, may seem a bit unusual until host Alton Brown demystifies them and explores the wonders of the Japanese pantry.
Alton discusses the eating plan that helped him lose 50 pounds.
Join Alton Brown as he deconstructs the Margarita and Bloody Mary and reconstructs them with a classic formula Good Eats style.
Host Alton Brown examines ways to super-charge desserts with salt. Bacon praline anyone?.
Host Alton Brown takes on the classic American soup that divides the country, and his family.
Alton Brown attempts to set the record straight on the English dish that made India famous.
After confessing a long-lived love for catfish, host Alton Brown sets out to modernize its image.
Host Alton Brown demystifies the Spanish pan and the rice dish it's famous for.