What's /ck/'s opinion on Guy Fieri?
I liked him when I learned he hates fags, then I disliked him when he backtracked.
I liked Alton Brown when he became an open Christian, but then disliked him when he backtracked because of faggots.
>Brown is a Christian. He says, "I'm not a spooky snake handler because I live in Georgia and I'm Christian, that I believe in the Bible, that I travel with the Bible, that I read the Bible every day. I'm still me. I'm still a guy doing a job. I find, actually, that people ask me a lot about it. I don't hit people over the head with the Bible ... I still feel a funny little tinge in my stomach when I'm out to dinner with my wife and daughter in New York. We'll go to dinner and we'll be sitting around the table and we'll say Grace. You know what? People are going to stare at you. I used to feel really self-conscious. But I've gotten to a point where I think, nah, I'm not going to feel bad about that. I'm not going to apologize about that." Brown said in a December 2014 interview in Time that he "could no longer abide the Southern Baptist Convention's indoctrination of children and its anti-gay stance" adding that he's now "searching for a new belief system."
Triple D is probably the best show on Food Network. Mainly because it shows cooks making good dishes. Give me ideas and tidbits to add to my mental catalog.
Guy, while being a total tool, is actually a pretty good host, in the sense that he makes the cooks comfortable to do their own thing.
If only there were better shows. I think DDD, No Reservations, and Best Thing I Ever Ate are the only things I watch on cable. (Cook's Country, ATK, and Pepin are good, which is odd that PBS has a much better cooking lineup than paid-channels)
Triple D is comfy as fuck
And I'm not even American
That gif is mesmerizing.
>Fieri, I'm in the kitchen, I'm a magician