One of my favourite cooking shows of all-time and one of the best cooking shows ever is Alton Brown’s Good Eats. The show takes a basic yet comprehensive approach to teaching you how to cook as Alton Brown shows you simple yet delicious ways to cook a different dish every week. He also examined cooking techniques, culinary history and selection and use of difference appliances.
So to help you figure out your menu for the weekend, we present you every episode of Good Eats. Continue reading
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Just so you know I haven’t forgotten our trademark set of early set of SI Swimsuit issue cover odds, here’s Chrissy Teigen. She’s definitely one of the 2013 front-runners.
The Simpsons just aired their 500th episode. They’ve been on air since 1989 but didn’t make a ratings splash until the famous 1992 episode called “Homer At The Bat.” Here’s the story behind the episode that gave Fox their first ratings win. (Deadspin)
With the NHL Trade Deadline next week, there’s an easy way to make yourself an NHL insider. Just follow the E.K.L.U.N.D. system. (On The Forecheck)
It’s only been a month since Versus switched to NBC Sports Network but so far the ratings are fairly abysmal. (Sports Business Journal)
After the jump, more sports TV news, why the Oscars will be wrong and selling a university in Australia is a snap. Continue reading
It’s been a while since we’ve done a best of the interweb post but since I’ve got nothing better to post today, why not drop one here. It’s no secret to regular readers that we’re big fans of food and cooking. But we’re nowhere near as big fans as the crew at Epic Meal Time. Their tales of cooking, drinking and gluttony are legendary (though divisive) throughout the internet. So today, we take a look at the best episodes of EMT based on the number of YouTube likes they’ve received. Continue reading
Given how similar we are, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that I’m a fan of chef/TV personality Anthony Bourdain. Last November, the Travel Channel debuted a second show starring Bourdain. This new one follows Tony as he spends a day in a city and explores the local culture and food scenes. Appropriately, this one is called The Layover. Fans of No Reservations will recognize the style of show but condensed into a smaller time frame.
Today, we bring you all ten of this season’s episodes including Tony’s layover in Montreal. Continue reading
The Christmas season seems to involve a high number of office potluck luncheons. Unfortunately, these things suffer from two problems. One: Not all of your coworkers can cook something edible. And two: Most offerings are dips or involve cheese. So the Man Lab is going to help you stand out from the crowd with three recipes to make you the king of the office potluck. Remember that everyone loves a man who can cook. Continue reading
Last year, the boys of Epic Meal Time made a huge splash on the internet with their famous TurBaconEpic. This year, they’re back with their homage to American Thanksgiving dinner. But this time, they’ve used that YouTube money to do not one but 10 of their famous bird in a bird in a bird in a bird in a bird in a pigs lined up to make a 802,420 calorie Turbaconepicentipede. Continue reading
If you’re in America, you’re wondering what the hell I’m on about with recipes for Thanksgiving dessert. Well, Thanksgiving in Canada is this Monday. Everyone knows that the entrée for Thanksgiving has to be a turkey. Sides should be stuffing, mashed potatoes, squash and cranberry sauce. But that leaves dessert. I’ve never found a consensus for Thanksgiving dessert. Pumpkin pie seems traditional but apple pie is also a popular dish. I’ve also found another use for pumpkin in your dessert. So here are three Thanksgiving dessert recipes for you to try this weekend. Continue reading