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Good Eats: Reloaded

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Alton Brown revisits the "Good Eats" library and renovates some classic episodes by adding new scenes, new science and new recipes.

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Alton Brown reloads this early episode with new science on cold-water pasta cooking; recipe for cacio a pepe.
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Alton Brown reloads this original pressure-cooker episode with a new broth and his take on the Vietnamese classic, pho.
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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.
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Alton Brown reloads his classic steak show with an entirely new recipe for a reverse-seared ribeye steak; thermometer basics; how to cure a cast-iron skillet; pre-salting meat.
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Reloading a classic roast chicken episode with new flavors and science, and a strange new twist on broiling.
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Alton Brown reloads this episode on lemon meringue pie with a new crust, a new filling and a new meringue.
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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.
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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.
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Alton Brown reloads this classic episode with a surprising new cheeseburger procedure and the lost ground meat dish the food censors nixed back in 1999.
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Alton Brown reloads this classic holiday episode with the help of a jolly old elf in red who is demanding that his Christmas cookies be gluten-free.
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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.
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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.
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Alton Brown reloads a classic biscuit show featuring his grandmother, with an entirely new take on the classic quick bread; lard and sifting; bo-nuts.

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Equal parts smart and sardonic, creator and host Alton Brown uses a combination of classroom methods and wacky comedy sketches to explain not just how to whip up an excellent dish, but also why the ingredients interact as they do when you put them all together. Brown has said that the show's inspiration is to combine Julia Child, Mr. Wizard and "Monty Python."
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