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    duonyte
    Mon Jan 02, 2012 10:49 am
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    If you live in the US, you can get some of the episodes for free on Hulu, along with other cooking shows, http://www.hulu.com/genres/Food-and-Leisure/Food-and-Beverage?type=tv
    VeggieCook98
    Mon Jan 02, 2012 12:24 pm
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    duonyte wrote:
    If you live in the US, you can get some of the episodes for free on Hulu, along with other cooking shows, http://www.hulu.com/genres/Food-and-Leisure/Food-and-Beverage?type=tv


    Oh wow! That's pretty cool! icon_biggrin.gif
    Chocolatl
    Tue Jan 03, 2012 6:40 pm
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    You may be able to get some of them on the Food Network website, as well.
    VeggieCook98
    Tue Jan 03, 2012 6:48 pm
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    I know that the food network app for iPhone has a few episodes too.
    ssej1078_1251510
    Tue Jan 24, 2012 6:52 pm
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    Alton Brown's cakes don't rise. They ascend.

    best friggin line ever lolol
    ssej1078_1251510
    Tue Jan 24, 2012 6:54 pm
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    deepfryerdan wrote:
    Someone just sent me this: http://www.goodeatsfanpage.com/humor/ABhumor/30ABfacts.htm

    I haven't laughed that hard in a while.




    Alton Brown's cakes don't rise. They ascend. lololol
    VeggieCook98
    Tue Jan 24, 2012 6:54 pm
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    ssej1078_1251510 wrote:
    Alton Brown's cakes don't rise. They ascend.

    best friggin line ever lolol


    ssej1078_1251510
    Tue Jan 24, 2012 6:55 pm
    Experienced "Head Chef" Poster
    ssej1078_1251510 wrote:
    deepfryerdan wrote:
    Someone just sent me this: http://www.goodeatsfanpage.com/humor/ABhumor/30ABfacts.htm

    I haven't laughed that hard in a while.




    Alton Brown's cakes don't rise. They ascend. lololol



    Alton Brown can fit three hundred and forty-two cookies on a standard-sized baking sheet ... without any touching. lololol.. these are too funny
    ssej1078_1251510
    Tue Jan 24, 2012 6:57 pm
    Experienced "Head Chef" Poster
    ssej1078_1251510 wrote:
    ssej1078_1251510 wrote:
    deepfryerdan wrote:
    Someone just sent me this: http://www.goodeatsfanpage.com/humor/ABhumor/30ABfacts.htm

    I haven't laughed that hard in a while.




    Alton Brown's cakes don't rise. They ascend. lololol



    Alton Brown can fit three hundred and forty-two cookies on a standard-sized baking sheet ... without any touching. lololol.. these are too funny


    Alton Brown was once pulled over by a traffic cop who asked to see his driver's license. Though he had forgotten his wallet, Alton Brown proved his identity on the spot by preparing a delicious Stromboli using only the beef jerky, ketchup packets and stale doughnut scraps found in the officer's car. Needless to say, Alton Brown was not given a ticket that day.
    ssej1078_1251510
    Tue Jan 24, 2012 6:58 pm
    Experienced "Head Chef" Poster
    ssej1078_1251510 wrote:
    ssej1078_1251510 wrote:
    ssej1078_1251510 wrote:
    deepfryerdan wrote:
    Someone just sent me this: http://www.goodeatsfanpage.com/humor/ABhumor/30ABfacts.htm

    I haven't laughed that hard in a while.




    Alton Brown's cakes don't rise. They ascend. lololol



    Alton Brown can fit three hundred and forty-two cookies on a standard-sized baking sheet ... without any touching. lololol.. these are too funny


    Alton Brown was once pulled over by a traffic cop who asked to see his driver's license. Though he had forgotten his wallet, Alton Brown proved his identity on the spot by preparing a delicious Stromboli using only the beef jerky, ketchup packets and stale doughnut scraps found in the officer's car. Needless to say, Alton Brown was not given a ticket that day.


    Most chefs are happy when they've beaten egg whites into 'stiff peaks'. Alton Brown isn't satisfied until his egg whites can support a watermelon.
    ssej1078_1251510
    Tue Jan 24, 2012 6:59 pm
    Experienced "Head Chef" Poster
    ssej1078_1251510 wrote:
    ssej1078_1251510 wrote:
    ssej1078_1251510 wrote:
    ssej1078_1251510 wrote:
    deepfryerdan wrote:
    Someone just sent me this: http://www.goodeatsfanpage.com/humor/ABhumor/30ABfacts.htm

    I haven't laughed that hard in a while.




    Alton Brown's cakes don't rise. They ascend. lololol



    Alton Brown can fit three hundred and forty-two cookies on a standard-sized baking sheet ... without any touching. lololol.. these are too funny


    Alton Brown was once pulled over by a traffic cop who asked to see his driver's license. Though he had forgotten his wallet, Alton Brown proved his identity on the spot by preparing a delicious Stromboli using only the beef jerky, ketchup packets and stale doughnut scraps found in the officer's car. Needless to say, Alton Brown was not given a ticket that day.


    Most chefs are happy when they've beaten egg whites into 'stiff peaks'. Alton Brown isn't satisfied until his egg whites can support a watermelon.


    Your grandmother may make biscuits that taste light and airy. Alton Brown's biscuits have to be tethered, or they float right up the chimney
    VeggieCook98
    Tue Jan 24, 2012 7:53 pm
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    ssej1078_1251510 wrote:
    ssej1078_1251510 wrote:
    ssej1078_1251510 wrote:
    ssej1078_1251510 wrote:
    ssej1078_1251510 wrote:
    deepfryerdan wrote:
    Someone just sent me this: http://www.goodeatsfanpage.com/humor/ABhumor/30ABfacts.htm

    I haven't laughed that hard in a while.




    Alton Brown's cakes don't rise. They ascend. lololol



    Alton Brown can fit three hundred and forty-two cookies on a standard-sized baking sheet ... without any touching. lololol.. these are too funny


    Alton Brown was once pulled over by a traffic cop who asked to see his driver's license. Though he had forgotten his wallet, Alton Brown proved his identity on the spot by preparing a delicious Stromboli using only the beef jerky, ketchup packets and stale doughnut scraps found in the officer's car. Needless to say, Alton Brown was not given a ticket that day.


    Most chefs are happy when they've beaten egg whites into 'stiff peaks'. Alton Brown isn't satisfied until his egg whites can support a watermelon.


    Your grandmother may make biscuits that taste light and airy. Alton Brown's biscuits have to be tethered, or they float right up the chimney


    Alton Brown can eat just one Lay's potato chip ... if he ever bothered to eat food he didn't make himself, that is.
    Riverside Len
    Wed Jan 25, 2012 1:44 am
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    A few years ago at the block party one of the ladies I was talking to said she didn't like Alton Brown. I told her that I liked him and that the cookie she had in her hand and was raving about was one of Alton's recipes.
    I'mPat
    Wed Jan 25, 2012 5:19 am
    Forum Host
    Riverside Len wrote:
    A few years ago at the block party one of the ladies I was talking to said she didn't like Alton Brown. I told her that I liked him and that the cookie she had in her hand and was raving about was one of Alton's recipes.


    Love that story but then again there are a lot of chefs that I am not enamoured with when it comes to the TV but love their recipes, which for me is the most important thing, afterall even if they put on a good show but there recipes are lousy you are going to give up on them and with todays technology you can access so many chefs recipes without having to actually watch them if you don't like them or are not in a position to watch them.


    Pat
    Chocolatl
    Thu Jan 26, 2012 11:16 am
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    I'mPat wrote:
    Riverside Len wrote:
    A few years ago at the block party one of the ladies I was talking to said she didn't like Alton Brown. I told her that I liked him and that the cookie she had in her hand and was raving about was one of Alton's recipes.


    Love that story but then again there are a lot of chefs that I am not enamoured with when it comes to the TV but love their recipes, which for me is the most important thing, afterall even if they put on a good show but there recipes are lousy you are going to give up on them and with todays technology you can access so many chefs recipes without having to actually watch them if you don't like them or are not in a position to watch them.


    Pat


    I have to agree. Can't stand Rachel Ray on the air, but she's got some good recipes. And Alton Brown is good at times, but other times he comes across as very pompous. I liked Good Eats mainly because of Shirley Corriher.
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