7 Facts About Alton Brown

1. With the plea, Alton Brown admits he committed bank robberies in Alton, East Alton, Edwardsville, Godfrey, and Wood River, and stealing a car from Gateway Regional Hospital in Granite City that was used.

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2. In this podcast, Alton Brown reviews recent food news, takes calls and questions from listeners, and interviews celebrities and other guests.

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3. In 2012, Alton Brown gained popularity by pioneering the use of humorous "Analog Tweets", wherein he posts pictures of hand-drawn Twitter responses on Post-it notes which he has stuck to his computer monitor.

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4. In 2013, Alton Brown began hosting the cooking competition series Cutthroat Kitchen on the Food Network.

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5. When the show became a series, Alton Brown began serving as the play-by-play announcer, with Kevin Brauch as kitchen reporter.

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6. Many of the Good Eats episodes feature Alton Brown building makeshift cooking devices in order to point out that many of the devices sold at conventional "cooking" stores are simply fancified hardware store items.

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7. In May 2011, Alton Brown announced an end to Good Eats after 14 seasons.

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