Posted On:9/22/2005 12:49pm
Style: Judo & Boxing
Alton Brown rocks!
His is the best show on the Food Network, except for maybe Iron Chef.
Posted On:9/22/2005 2:15pm
Originally Posted by oldman_withers
I've never tried that recipe, but Alton Brown is a food god. I've been to a class of his in ATL and it was amazing. His scientific knowledge of the foodmaking process is rediculous, and he is really passionate about healthy, good food. If you get a chance to see his show, do. It comes on at 7:00pm every week day I think on Food Network. Anyway, sorry for the hijack, just wanted to throw that out there.
To continue the hijack for a little while:
I was buying a new refrigerator and mentioned that if the stain on the plastic handle of the scratch and dent (in otherwords trying to get the price marked down even more :)) was fat based, it would probably not come out.
THe sales guy asked why and I was channelling AB when I explained that plastic and fat molecules share similar properties and so on and so forth....
"are you a scientist?" was his shocked response....
"No but I did stay and a Holiday INN last night"
He didn't get the joke either. :)
I am going to try using AB's episodes as teaching tools in my class sometime.
Back to the Recipes.....
Posted On:9/22/2005 2:34pm
Originally Posted by MrMcFu
Oh lord, I can foresee some beautiful one liners on this thread.
Sardonic or Sarcastic?
Posted On:9/22/2005 3:29pm
Style: Filipino Kun Tao, Kali
Any ideas on how to substitute honey for the sugars? I'm really trying to cut back on industrially processed sugars.
Yeah, I know that bees "process" honey.
Originally Posted by Canuckyokushin
I would so do Buttsecks.
Posted On:9/22/2005 4:38pm
Style: kung fu
"To use honey in place of sugar, use 7/8 cup for every cup of sugar, and reduce the liquid in the recipe by 3 tablespoons."
Hmm, I might monkey with that too.
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