Alton Brown looks back on "Good Eats" from his "really ugly shirts" to his most hated recipes
Food personality Alton Brown has been starring on the Food Network for over 20 years as the creator and host behind "Good Eats," which first aired in 1999. He looks back on the show with Salon's Ashlie D. Stevens and discusses his revamped version, "...
"Because of social media our awareness of certain foods has changed enough where nothing seems strange anymore," Brown told Salon. However, that doesn't mean Brown is changing up his methods. "I do not allow myself to watch any cooking shows," he said. "Because I don't want to know what other people are doing, or how they're doing it because it might change the way that I do what I do. I really still follow the rule that I followed when I was originally making "Good Eats," which is, I make them for me."
Watch Part 2 of "Salon Talks" with Alton Brown above. And click here to watch Part 1. Brown discusses his new livestream series, "Quarantine Quitchen," an unscripted show about cooking dinner that he started with his wife, Elizabeth Ingram, and gives his pantry and grilling tips.
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