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Making 'Good Eats' even better

Making 'Good Eats' even better

The premise of Alton Brown's Good Eats could probably be boiled down to Julia Child meets Bill Nye the Science Guy. The show was equal parts smart and silly; deeply informative yet fun to watch. Most Good Eats fans, Grub Street included, would count it among the most solid cooking shows ever made. On October 15, the Cooking Channel will air Good Eats: Reloaded, which combines classic episodes of the original show . Grub talked to Brown about Reloaded, a full Good Eats reboot that debuts next spring, and why the shows will feel so different this time around.

As reported on the GRUB STREET website with Q&A - READ MORE

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