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Episode 26

The Alton Browncast

Lucky Yates

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The Alton Browncast #26: Lucky Yates

Alton Brown hosts Lucky Yates (aka Archer’s Dr. Krieger a/k/a The Dungeon Master) on his podcast this week. They reminisce about Good Eats, debate clones vs. robots, and talk tattoos, broken bones, and puppets. Then, in honor of Lucky’s award-winning role as Sylvester Graham, Alton reexamines the graham cracker.

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  • ooh, rutabaga… YUM! boil it, mash them and use them to make a rutabaga spice cake and frost it with an orange or lemon cream cheese frosting or take those mashed rutabagas and add shredded cheddar cheese, egg, minced onion, parsley, garlic powder, salt, pepper, form into balls, roll in bread crumbs and bake.. Rutabaga Croquettes! YUM! just a couple thoughts

  • For your caller Carol, my wife has Ménière’s disease and her doctors suspected the fluid was caused by an allergic reaction. After her ENT ran an allergy panel, she was able to avoid the allergens. Her vertigo and hearing issues are much less frequent now.

    Ménière’s is different in each sufferer, but it’s worth a shot. We found that most doctors aren’t familiar with the condition.

  • Rutabaga is a great veg! It’s nice raw and cooks up better than turnips. It’s sweet raw and works nicely in cabbage style salads or even in chunks with a bit of salt. There are many commercial uses as well. It’s often uses a a replacement for other fruits in candied fruit mixes. This is a sneaky use, but I can be pretty sure that there are plenty of commercial farmers. It’s a bit scary in it’s waxy raw form, but underneath, there is some very good eats.