I don’t think anyone can doubt that Alton Brown loves Halloween. He’s dedicated two entire episodes to the fabricating of trick-or-treat candy. But both of these episodes will likely pale in comparison to the upcoming one-hour special Good Eats: The House That Dripped Chocolate.
Just in time for the spooky season, Alton Brown will spend an entire hour mixing up Halloween treats, including at least one treat enrobed in chocolate. I hope he remembers to temper it. In the episode, Brown stumbles upon a cursed candy cookbook. Every new recipe for treats comes with a trick in tow, and they keep getting weirder, and occasionally more painful. All in all, must-see TV.
Here’s everything you need to know to stream Good Eats: The House That Dripped Chocolate.
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What is Good Eats: The House That Dripped Chocolate?
The upcoming special will serve as the 10th one-hour Good Eats special. Alton Brown has produced two other Halloween episodes: season seven’s Trick for Treats and season fourteen’s All Hallow’s Eats.
- Airtime: Thursday, October 8, at 9pm PST/EST.
- Channel: Food Network
- Genre: Cooking
- Starring: Alton Brown
How to stream Good Eats: The House That Dripped Chocolate
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Good Eats: The House That Dripped Chocolate on Philo
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Good Eats: The House That Dripped Chocolate on Hulu with Live TV
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Good Eats: The House That Dripped Chocolate on FuboTV
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Good Eats: The House That Dripped Chocolate on Sling TV
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Good Eats: The House That Dripped Chocolate on Vidgo
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Good Eats: The House That Dripped Chocolate on AT&T TV Now
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Good Eats: The House That Dripped Chocolate on YouTube TV
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If you’re looking for Good Eats: The House That Dripped Chocolate, know that you can stream it on YouTube TV.