MSP 004 : Alton Brown

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In this episode of The MADE SOUTH Podcast, we visit with Alton Brown.

Alton Brown

Alton Brown

Alton Brown is a chef, food expert, television personality and author from Atlanta, Georgia. His is a Peabody and James Beard award winner probably best known for creating Good Eats, a television program with a cult-like following.

During our conversation we talk about the value of family heirlooms, how he finally figured out how to make his grandmother’s biscuits, why Duke’s mayonnaise is so dang good, and a whole lot more.

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6 Responses to “MSP 004 : Alton Brown”

  1. DaveC on

    Thanks for the great interview. You had a great back and forth style with him and thoroughly jealous you scored an interview with him. I’m a transplant as well (grew up in Hinesville, GA) but relocated to WA.

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  2. Susan Peguero on

    Wonderful podcast! And his parenting advice was perfect. If you don’t build the relationship while they are small, you will have trouble building it when they are older. Thank you!

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  3. jennifer sabatino on

    what a fabulous interview! i hope that you get to do another one in the future to see what our Culinary Time Traveling man is up to next. thanks for posting the link on twitter for me to find 😉

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