The podcasts are very entertaining hitting on pop-culture, retro coolness, film history, an insiders view of food TV but, during all this there is a circling back to some aspect of food culture/experience.
His latest book Alton Brown Everyday Cook is pretty spectacular. Here is a recent podcast chatting about the process with his photographer Sarah De Heer who used an iPhone 6s Plus in a directly overhead shooting style on every shot.
|Another recent purchase is The Homemade Vegan Pantry, more about that at another time ;)|
|So much of this technique is all about composing the shot.|
|You will find useful Alton Brown methods through out the pages of his book.|
If anything listen to the podcasts and if this is your first experience with podcasts, what a way to be introduced! Owning Android operating systems in the past Stitcher Radio was my go to app but, now with migrating over to Apple and a 6s iTunes is taking a little getting used to but, very user friendly.
'This time it's personal', what a great approach to a cookbook! What shall I whip up first?
"Do not allow watching food to replace making food." -Alton Brown