Food, Wine & Just Good Living With SaucyJoe

It started with a love of food, wine & fun and blossomed into a maddening pursuit of the best recipes, techniques, grills, smokers, wines, crafted beers, rubs, marinades and sauces... We do more than play with our meat though -- we review and discuss all things cooking, drinking, reading, laughing and living at SaucyJoe's.

Wednesday, September 28, 2005

Alton Brown's WebFavs

"Alton Brown, undeniably one of fooddom's wittiest and creative chefs, is also know as perhaps its geekiest cook. We like that -- alot. Here he presents his favorite web links for Saucy Joes.

Nora Mill
Nora Mill produces some fine cornmeal products in the mountains of North Georgia. Family owned and operated for 3 generations now, the granary is a fully operational gristmill.

Anson Mills
Glenn Roberts owner of Anson Mills knows more about corn than any person we have ever met. Anson mills produces fine heirloom varieties of both corn and rice.

A big part of our chili show was filmed on location here. If you're looking for a great place to get away from the big city, Serenbe is a great option.

Sweet Grass Dairy
We think these folks make some of the finest cheese in America. Enough said!

Reusable Bags
This is where we got our bags for our stuffing.

You may have noticed the fun cereal dispenser on the counter!

A truly amazing plant, bamboo is renewable, sustainable and makes beautiful products.

Component Design Northwest, Inc.
This family-owned company makes solidly reliable thermometers that we use in our recipe testing and as well as on the show.

Inland Seafood
Whenever we need things from the sea, these are the folks we go to.

These people make the coolest looking espresso machines ever, not to mention that it actually makes a great tasting espresso.

MRI & Imaging of West Paces
These folks were great when we asked them to take an MRI of a watermelon for our Melon show."


Blogger Cathy said...

LOVE Alton Brown!

Sun Oct 02, 10:57:00 AM CDT  
Blogger Ski Sullivan/TexBall said...

Me too. But it's funny how some folks establish their pecking order of FoodNetwork personalities. When we were at Jordan Winery in Sonoma, our guide, Luba asked if anyone was a fan of FN. Several people responded in the affirmative and then she queried who they watched. Oh the Bobby Flays and Emerils were abundant. She asked Joe and he piped in with an enthusiastic "Alton Brown," to which she replied "Oh yes, Alton, okay, okay..."
So, we took her behind the rows of barrels and kicked her a..... No we didn't cuase we liked her, but we did get a chuckle out of the tepid response.

Tue Oct 04, 09:46:00 PM CDT  

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