>Now make sure to be careful when you cook it. The riboflavens can uncurl when exposed to high heat, and that's bad. I like to use a large skillet. That way you get the best flavor while ensuring the thioglutamates don't denature. Now that's Good Eats
>Now make sure to be bless the lord when you cook it. The riboflavens can unchristl when exposed to high heat, and that's bad. I like to use a large cross. That way you get the best flavor while ensuring the theologimates don't denature. Now that's God Eats
>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."
Matthew 6:5-15New International Version (NIV)
5 “And when you pray, do not be like the hypocrites, for they love to pray standing in the synagogues and on the street corners to be seen by others. Truly I tell you, they have received their reward in full. 6 But when you pray, go into your room, close the door and pray to your Father, who is unseen. Then your Father, who sees what is done in secret, will reward you. 7 And when you pray, do not keep on babbling like pagans, for they think they will be heard because of their many words. 8 Do not be like them, for your Father knows what you need before you ask him.
>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."
Wait why is it a problem that Alton is / was a Christian?
is this board this fucking bad that they're pretending good eats was a bad show because they have a hardon for hating Christians? fuck /tv/ and fuck the redditors who post here.
literally /v/ is not this bad, and that is a board made up of 12 year old tattle tales. but at least they aren't redditors.
Religious belief is associated strongly with positive mental health in psych literature. People who throw tantrums about the way others live their life on Mongolian cooking forums are another story.
Keep it on reddit.
I've only seen bits and pieces of this show, but every time I've seen it the guy is using specialised cooking equipment that I don't think the average person has. Or at least I don't, but I'm just some slob who lives alone and cooks easy shit.
>muh parents made me go to church
>so i'm gonna shit up an image board
>that's a good trick!
right so you have a psychotic hatred for belief systems because you're just that interesting of a person i guess, huh
Bloody hell, I'm not religious but I thought 4chan was over its edgy dogmatic atheist phase after reddit glommed onto it.
I met Alton once briefly. I was in a comic shop/coffee shop where my friend works when he came in and ordered a coffee. My friend wanted to die because he had to make coffee for a renowned . Alton said it was damn good and indulged me in a few minutes of being a fangirl.
You're thread shitting is what you're doing. I love it when you faggots pull this, especially with the "What makes you think I'm an atheist :3" bullshit.
This is not a blog for you to talk about how "enlightened" you are.
R E D D I T
>tfw really like Alton Brown but uh, can't help notice when he uh, pauses in sentences
>tfw don't want to mention it to family because then they'll never stop noticing and it might be less fun to watch his shows because of them
>also I have an increasingly bad stammering problem so I'd be a hypocrite if I said anything
Where'd my comfy cooking thread go? Can't discus shit on this board
Not him, but how is questioning people's beliefs parroting them?
I also have a habit of questioning both theists and atheists. It seems like neither side has any genuine proof to their claim, but they all seem really insistent that their truth is truth.
Is it so wrong to ask questions and poke at a person's worldview to see if it holds up?
I literally just turned the show on TV and the dude is using an electric spice grinder.
Who the fuck has an electric spice grinder?
I'm literally sitting at my desk, slamming my fists because this fucking 14 yo atheist can't shut the fuck up in this thread.
I LIKE ALTONS EPISODE ABOUT CHICKEN KIEV. I COOKED IT AND IT WAS GOOD
>mfw just found a torrent for all 14 seasons of the show
Obviously someone who cooks a lot might have one to save time. He's a professional chef and probably likes to do that shit himself. You can probably buy whatever he's grinding pre ground in a shaker.
I'm not bragging, and I don't think they were bragging, were they?
How the hell does that make any sense, though? Are you saying that saying you don't believe someone means you believe them, or what?
What the fuck are you even on?
>it's the Sweeney Todd parody episode
The first episode I ever watched
>loses the argument
>you should forgive me!
For what? Not him, but this is pure non sequitur. You are obviously underage, and you are absurdly touchy about people questioning you. It's pretty cringey to watch desu
I hope everyone is reporting the two faggots arguing religion.
ANYWAY I made some of his granola bar/protein bar things from that episode and damn they are actually good and cheap as hell after the initial investment.
It's only called that because it happens to be 'Koshering' salt.
Brown doesn't use for anything religious.
Kosher foods follow strict regulations. Due to this they are naturally high quality. Your average person may not notice but since the price difference isn't that much why not go for the product you know is better?
Alton Brown is cool.
I'm full fedora but I don't care if he's a Christfag.
I like that he educates the audience. He doesn't really go into heaps of detail. You would have to be a full pleb to have his advice go over your head.
Even when he is a bit wordy, he's only explaining why he's giving you the advice, essentially backing up the recipe steps.
He's like the Bill Nye of cooking. His recipes are pretty good too.
A few reasons, I assume.
Because the show doesn't give metric weights, being consistent/specific with your variety of salt cuts down on differences between tsp/tblsp measurements. Also no additives, and is generally better for dehydrating shit (which he seems to do a lot).
the obvious answer is the science/meat one, but he often says the other reason
you occasionally get a tiny salt crunch with food, other than that, only meats/some vegtables really benefit from kosher
its just more interesting shit
This is that shithead who leaves everything raw, right? Even chicken.
I've seen his stuff posted the few times I've been to /ck/. Is this guy satire or what? Everything he does is disgusting.
I nearly vomited the first time I saw this.
>tfw we'll never get prime Joey back
What a disgusting, cringeworthy, faggotty blob of a human mess.