Do Cutthroat Kitchen contestants get paid? And does Cutthroat Kitchen use real money? They're the two questions most commonly asked about Food Network's best-known culinary competition, which might well go down in history as the wonkiest cooking battle show of all time. For the answers to your burning questions: read on!
Category: Alton Brown
Is Alton Brown bringing back Good Eats? Brown and Food Network sent the star's career-making show off with a chocolate-themed Valentine's Day extravaganza in 2014–but reruns of the show are wildly popular over on sister network Cooking Channel. Recently, Alton Brown opened up about the possibility of a Good Eats revival, which has a better chance of happening than you might think...
Food Network celebrity chef, mad scientist extraordinaire, and all-around good guy Alton Brown had a massively successful live cooking tour earlier this year, so he's hitting the road again next year with a bigger, badder, mad scientist-ier show. Is the Alton Brown Tour 2016 coming to your town? Read on for a complete list of cities, venues, and dates.
Alton Brown has some choice words for foodies and food culture. In a new interview with the New York Times Magazine, Brown calls into question what he refers to as the "pornification" of food in the United States, and wonders whether it might be time for a cultural change. Read on for excerpts from the intriguing conversation.
Anthony Bourdain likes to rile people up. He recently said some unflattering (and typically Bourdanian) things about the stable of chefs over on Food Network–and Food Network mainstay Alton Brown was not pleased. Read their back-and-forth, and see what Bourdain said to try and make things right.