by Ashley Lewis
This chef named Alton brown can cook some good meatloaf! He is 51 year old and he went to the New England Culinary Institute. He was a cooking tv show and he is still cooking to this day. A few facts about Alton is that “he sent eight years working in the film business as a cameraman and video director, and he spent a lot of his spare time watching cooking shows.”
"Exceptional! Juicy, just enough kick for us. Everyone in my family including my children loved this recipe. Comments included "This was the best Meatloaf we have EVER had." We will be keeping this in our recipe box for years to come."
Good Eats books
"Alton Brown is a foodie phenomenon: a great cook, a very funny guy, and—underneath it all—a science geek who’s as interested in the chemistry of cooking as he is in eating. (Well, almost.) Here, finally, are the books that Brown’s legion of fans have been salivating for—two volumes that together will provide an unexpurgated record of his long-running, award-winning Food Network TV series, Good Eats."
I'm just here for more food
"Alton Brown explores the science behind breads, cakes, cookies, pies, and custards, explaining it in his own inimitable style. Recipes cover all the basics, from pie crust to funnel cake to cheese souffle. The book also contains appendices and equipment lists."
Good Eats books
“One day, back in the summer of 1992, I decided I wanted to make a television food show. I wasn't going to let the fact that I was little more than a hobbyist cook get in the way.”
- "Alton Brown." Newsmakers. Vol. 1. Detroit: Gale, 2010. Biography in Context. Web. 9 Apr. 2014