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For his new book, the popular Food Network host hopped on a motorcycle to find the best road food along the Mississippi River. His flavorful picks range from deep-fried dishes to pickles soaked in Kool-Aid.
With guidance from his mother and grandmother, chef Alton Brown developed an flair in the kitchen early. In the final installment of our holiday baking series, he offers some last-minute tips. And NPR's Jennifer Ludden gets some kitchen wisdom from her own grandmother, Marion Otte.
Why do some cakes seem to go so well on the way into the oven, but come out as disastrous sinkholes? The Food Network's Alton Brown solves the mysteries of cake-baking in the second of our series of holiday baking tips. He talks with NPR's Jennifer Ludden.
In the first of a series to help with the mad dash of holiday cooking, Alton Brown, host of The Food Network show '"Good Eats" and author of "I'm Just Here for More Food," offers some baking tips. He explains the secrets and science behind a perfect pie crust.