He was a teevee chef, who was also a Methodist minister, on PBS in the eighties and nineties. He was on at 1:00 on Wednesdays. I know this because my dad was off on Wednesdays and we used to watch it every time it was on. In 1997 he left his show because of some obviously trumped up underage gay sex allegations, and it was a huge miscarriage of justice. The other day I found out there are some episodes on Youtube. I watched them and they’re just about how I remember. But then I googled him, and it turns out he paid millions of dollars to silence these allegations, and that there were dozens of them, from over decades. And so it probably looks like he did whatever he was accused of, and worse. And, what’s more, it looked like it at the time, but without the internet, I just had my parents’ version of the story. My parents are Methodists, too. I’m not anymore, nor am I any kind of Christian, but I always thought the Methodists were definitely one of the best pieces of the Christian community, but there was a definite circling of the wagons, here. It’s interesting what we’re blind to, I guess.
Anyway, the point is, the Frugal Gourmet says you don’t have to add milk to eggs to scramble them, but, I mean, dude’s a child molester, so I’ma keep putting milk in mine. 0.1/5