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In this cooking series, host Alton Browns revisits many favorite recipes from his Good Eats series, giving them an update and a new look for 2018. The series airs on the Cooking Channel cable network.Good Eats: Reloaded is a series that is currently running and has 2 seasons (26 episodes). The series first aired on October 15, 2018.

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Monday 9:00 PM et/pt on Cooking Channel
2 Seasons, 26 Episodes
October 15, 2018
Food
8.8/10
Cast: Alton Brown
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Good Eats: Reloaded Full Episode Guide

  • Alton Brown "reloads" this cocktail show from 2006 with a new martini, a new mint julep and perfectly clear ice cubes.

  • 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 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.

  • 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 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 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 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 finally "reloads" this episode from season six with two new buttercreams, including one curious model flavored with buttermilk.

  • 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 "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.

  • 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 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 presents a brand-new broth and his take on the Vietnamese classic, pho.

  • Alton Brown reloads this classic roast chicken episode with new flavors, new science and a strange new twist on "broiling."

  • Alton Brown reloads this episode on lemon meringue pie with a new crust, a new filling and a new meringue. He also bites the heads off of some puppets.

  • Alton Brown reloads his classic cocoa powder show with three updated dishes, including a twist on brownies, an introduction to black cardamom, and a scientific road race.

  • 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 has a surprising new cheeseburger procedure and brings back the "lost" ground meat dish the food censors nixed back in '99.

  • A jolly old elf in red demands that Alton Brown makes gluten-free Christmas cookies. The resulting cookies are even better than the originals.

  • 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 "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" a classic biscuit show featuring his grandmother, with an entirely new take on the classic quick bread. Lard and sifting are discussed and ... this time there are bo-nuts!

  • 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 "reloads" this early episode with new science on cold-water pasta cooking and shares his recipe for cacio a pepe.

  • 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.