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Gale
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"Myth Smashers
Sure, cooking is full of rules, sayings, and axioms but do they all hold water? Join host Alton Brown as he sears meat, washes mushrooms, oils the pasta water and tries to blow-up water."

This was on last night, and I just happened to catch it by accident. It's on again next Tuesday at 7pm. I got to watch all of the test about adding oil to pasta water. It made sense to me.

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Is this the nerdy guy who is always trotting out the science behind the food? I watched an episode of his where he was (IIRC) having a biscuit bake-off with his grandmother. Here's this dork getting out the food scales to measure shortening, meanwhile his GM is (cooking-wise) whipping his a** using his own slide rule with one hand while making perfect "guesstimate" biscuits with the other. [lol]

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Don't you dis AB!

Actually her biscuits came out better because of one thing. She has severe arthritis which prevents her from mixing the dough as much as a healthy person would. Turns out that most people overmix the dough.

AB was in the TV production field when he said to his wife that he could make a better cooking show than one that they were watching. She said, "why don't you." After attending the New England Culinary Institute, he did.

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quote:
Originally posted by Bettie Page Turner:
Is this the nerdy guy who is always trotting out the science behind the food? I watched an episode of his where he was (IIRC) having a biscuit bake-off with his grandmother. Here's this dork getting out the food scales to measure shortening, meanwhile his GM is (cooking-wise) whipping his a** using his own slide rule with one hand while making perfect "guesstimate" biscuits with the other. [lol]

That's that show/host, but I do not remember him using food scales in the bisuits episode you describe.

This is a favorite show of mine, I try and catch as many as possible, including the "Myth Smashers" episode refered to in the original post.

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quote:
Originally posted by eif:
Don't you dis AB!


word!

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Big fan -- not so much because of the theater geek vibe of his show, but because he teaches cooking the way I cook -- as concepts and processes that can be tweaked and experimented with, rather than as specific recipes to be followed to the letter. His cookbooks (the "I'm Just Here for the Food") series are organized by technique rather than by category. His point is that if you can make biscuits, you can also make piecrusts and crackers with a few simple modifications.

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A lot of the things I know how to cook came from Good Eats. He's one of the few "real" people that Food Network has.

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My husband has, I believe, a crush on Alton Brown. To wit: For a long time, I tried to convince my husband that it was worth the extra 10-spot to shell out for the fancy-schmancy electronic probe thermometer, but to no avail.

So, the Thanksgiving show comes on last year, and not only do we get one of those there fancy-schmancy electronic probe thermometers, but also a new pickle bucket in which to brine the turkey.

I cannot compete with Alton Brown. I just can't.

*sob*

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quote:
Originally posted by eif:
Don't you dis AB!

I wouldn't dream of it. He even wears some of the same shirts I do.

But I must point out that, if there is a real-life Anal Retentive Chef, he would resemble Alton Brown.

The spiritual forebear of the "Myth-Smashers" pastiche was "Scrap-Iron Chef," in which Alton builds a bacon smoker in a junkyard. I was a combination of my three favorite shows at the time: Iron Chef and Junkyard Wars (aka Scrapheap Challenge). And, of course, Good Eats.

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What's up with the oil in pasta water? My mom told me to add a bit of olive oil when to the pot when I make spaghetti to keep it from sticking together - is that it?

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Sorry guys...AB is a weenie. [Razz] Don't bother, I'll self-sushi... [fish]

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Gale
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Yes, Astra, that's exactly what he tested. The conclusion was that the pasta didn't absorb nearly enough of the oil to make that an issue. His suggestion is to use more water in a bigger pot.

ETA: Oh, and you're right about him being one of the only "real" people on the food network. Rachael Ray is a well-known asshole. She showed up at the 4-star restaurant where my friend is the chef. Tipped about a dollar. Really. She's a loud little troll.

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On one of Alton's earlier shows he said not to put olive oil in water for pasta. In one of his later shows he admitted that he was wrong.
I have always put olive oil in pasta water.

guru "I love Alton" wan2b

ETA: I think he said the reason for not putting the oil in the water was because it would cause the sauce to slide off the pasta.

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quote:
Originally posted by Astra:
What's up with the oil in pasta water? My mom told me to add a bit of olive oil when to the pot when I make spaghetti to keep it from sticking together - is that it?

My mom taught me to add oil to the pasta water as well, but not to keep it from sticking together. She told me it was to prevent the water from foaming up when you add the pasta.

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quote:
Originally posted by Casey, spraying whipped cream:
A lot of the things I know how to cook came from Good Eats. He's one of the few "real" people that Food Network has.

Do you ever even watch that channel? Most of those people are the most down to earth television personalities I've ever seen. Very real on camera and off.

Not sure what Food Network you seem to be watching.

Thanks for the post, Gayle, I definitely want to watch this! [Smile]

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I heard Emeril say NOT to add oil to water for pasta b/c it cooks the startch away or something like that...Good Eats can be funny at times but then it drags out sometimes as well...

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I prefer The Food Network over, say, PBS for cooking shows largely because the Food Network chefs are all down to earth and accessible to me, the untrained chef. I *like* that Rachael Ray is a little on the hyper side. I *like* that Alton Brown is a bit of a geek. And I simply adore Paula Deen. I can watch that woman all day long. Giada DeLarentiis, Emril, Bobby Flay...they've all helped me to become more comfortable with my skills as a cook.

And you should always put the olive oil into the boiling water right before you put the pasta in. It should only be about a tablespoon, and it does help to keep the noodles from sticking together. But, if you don't use oil, it isn't a big deal, either. The water will only foam if you have added some sort of effervescent something or other to the noodles.

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quote:
Originally posted by Gayle:
Rachael Ray is a well-known asshole. She showed up at the 4-star restaurant where my friend is the chef. Tipped about a dollar.

Really?
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Really.

I was wondering about that. I thought there were a few times on "$40 a Day" that the tip seemed to be a bit....um....skimpy, shall we say....

I thought her whole wedding thing was a bit too much. But Paula Dean's charmed me. ::shrug::

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Hubby & I noticed too that her tips are low
I still like 30min meals even though I never make them [lol]
I wonder how good the new "food network star" guy's show will be. I've seen a few shows late @ night where the guys seemed unprofessional/new

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All I can say is...

Alton rocks. 'nuff said. I like his geekiness, its a nice contrast to the overstuffed chefs common on say PBS, etc. Then again, I am hooked on several shows on Food Network now... Unwrapped, both of the Iron Chefs, any of the competition shows. They're just fun even if there is nothing I take away that I will ever use.

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quote:
Originally posted by Sara at home:
quote:
Originally posted by Gayle:
Rachael Ray is a well-known asshole. She showed up at the 4-star restaurant where my friend is the chef. Tipped about a dollar.

Really?
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Really.

I was wondering about that. I thought there were a few times on "$40 a Day" that the tip seemed to be a bit....um....skimpy, shall we say....

I thought her whole wedding thing was a bit too much. But Paula Dean's charmed me. ::shrug::

The hubster and i watched $40 a day twice, and noticed that her numbers don't always add up. She skims off the sales tax in some places, or tips really really low. So her final numbers are just wrong. Meh.

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quote:
Originally posted by AnglRdr:
The water will only foam if you have added some sort of effervescent something or other to the noodles.

Or if you cook the pasta in insufficent water to disperse the starch the leaches out. If the starch reaches a sufficient level it can cause boil over.
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I like Alton, Emeril, Robert Rainford, Cookin' in Brooklin, Food 911, Rachael. I guess most of the Food Network. Rachel has nothing on me as far as 30 minute meals though. She doesn't have her family gnawing on her ankles as she prepares supper!

I like the BBC show The Best, but it doesn't come on here anymore.

For the pure hotitude factor Semi-Homemade Cooking's Sandra Lee wins hands down. Especially when se puts on the cheerleader outfit....... [Big Grin]

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quote:
Originally posted by AnglRdr:
My husband has, I believe, a crush on Alton Brown. To wit: For a long time, I tried to convince my husband that it was worth the extra 10-spot to shell out for the fancy-schmancy electronic probe thermometer, but to no avail.

So, the Thanksgiving show comes on last year, and not only do we get one of those there fancy-schmancy electronic probe thermometers, but also a new pickle bucket in which to brine the turkey.

I cannot compete with Alton Brown. I just can't.

*sob*

don't worry, it's the same way with my boyfriend and my father. I can't go near the television remote when it's 7:00 p.m. or 11:00 p.m. (when it comes on here), and any mention of one of alton's many gadgets or wanting to cook something on that show, and those 2 go crazy, almost talking their own little language when it comes to good eats.

wanna know what I'm having for dinner? just look at what was on good eats the night before, any day. [Smile]

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I love watching No Reservations with Anthony Bourdain. You want to talk about a down to earth personality. He doesn't cook on the show -- he eats; whatever is served to him. I have to admit he's a bigger man than I when accepting and eating the raw eyeball of a freshly killed seal given to him by an indigenous family. But unlike most cooking show hosts, Bourdain makes you want to visit the places where the cuisine comes from and explore all things associated with a given cuisine and its culture.

It also doesn't hurt that he gets in a weekly insult aimed at Rachel Ray. I find her food souless, her tips pathetic, and her commentary on $40/day inane. I watched her in this diner for about 30 seconds saying, "Um, OK, Alrighty, OK then, I need some hot sauce"

What the NFBSK was that!?!?!?

As for Alton, I enjoy watching the scientific aspect of the show, but I don't like that he wrenches the "feel" of cooking out of the experience.

ETA -- No reservations is on the Travel Channel, not Food Network.

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I finally got to see all of this episode last night. What fun. Don't you think Adam and Jamie would have a great time guesting on Good Eats and vice versa. They could do some serious damage.
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Alton Brown is adorable. I recommend his recipe for pot stickers. They are awesome!
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Hey, if you only have $40 a day for food, maybe you should be visiting Wisconsin Dells instead of Hawaii and Italy, anyway...but I digress.

I, too, use some olive oil in the water to keep the foam factor down. I'm rather proud of my cooking skills, but I can't afford all them fancy-type pots that are big enough to hold enough water to dilute the starches enough to keep down the foam.

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My cooking show blasphemy: I don't salt the pasta water.

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Me, neither, Rhi. I never used to salt anything, in fact, but I have learned it does make a huge difference in sweet dishes.

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quote:
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My cooking show blasphemy: I don't salt the pasta water.

I do. With Kosher salt. That I keep in this:
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Nice saltbox. Mine is rosewood, with a swivel top.

So there! [Wink]

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Angl, is that the one from Crate and Barrel? I have my eye on that one.

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It's this one.

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I admit I'm a "foodie". My dh says I watch cooking shows like men watch porn!!! I admit I enjoy AB b/c he does give good tips. I've been washing mushrooms for years and I know that when I deep fry my food is g,b, and d, b/c I use fresh oil and always keep it at the sweet spot by using a themometer. I also really like Kylie Kwong and I'm campaining to be paula Dean's next daughter in law lol.

Am I the only one who wants to shove a thumb tack in Robert Rainford's head? I hate that guy.

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