Pop culture, comedy, and plain good eating: Host Alton Brown explores the origins of ingredients, decodes culinary customs and presents food and equipment trends. Punctuated by unusual interludes, simple preparations and unconventional discussions, he'll bring you food in its finest and funniest form.
There is no good reason that people do not make their own pickles. They are easy and delicious. Let Alton show you simple joys of pickling.
Alton explains the simple pleasures of mussels.
AB, in his second egg show, is out to show eggs don't have to be scrambled or an omlet.
Watch as Alton proves to us Americans that Duck can be a regular dish.
AB is out to show you can make a great meal with Thanksgiving leftovers.
Alton uses time travel to explain the mystery behind cookies with three kinds: the thin, the puffy and the chewy.
Great pancakes (flapjacks) don't have to come from a box...
AB goes to court to defend butter against its bad wrap.
AB claims we won't be satisfied with pizza until we take matters into our own hands.
AB takes us through what it takes to turn beans into a great meal.
Alton must pit his poaching skills against those of the evil ""Frenchman"".
Alton makes what once seemed foreign into an understandable all American classic.
Alton Brown gets inside a cabbage's head and comes out with a better understanding of what makes this potentially troublesome vegetable tick.