Georgia's State Flags,
Home of Good Eats
Atlanta Journal and Constitution
www.britannica.com (Encyclopedia Brittanica): "It's like five bucks a month for everything they have. That's pretty amazing." [ed: originally, the link was eb.com but has since been changed]
howstuffworks.com: "Anything you want to know how something works. How a nuclear reactor works. How your coffee maker works. How lock picking works. Anything that you can think of, it's there It's maybe the coolest Web site on the Internet."
fda.gov: "If it's anything to do with food safety I go there to check."
imdb.com: "I do a lot of stuff where I try to resource movies. Trying to figure out the year that's something's out or who wrote it."
histopia.nl/onldict/lat.html (online Latin/English dictionary): "I just dig Latin. When I'm trying to figure out where a culinary word came from, I turn there."
davytany.tripod.com/a2z/10a2z235.htm: "Everybody you can imagine and what their birthday is. I find myself drawn to it a lot."
tdcj.state.tx.us/stat/finalmeals.htm: "The Texas Department of Criminal Justice details a site of last meal requests. I find this repugnant and strangely humorous. I've got a morbid side of me. One guy wanted a whole jar of pickles. Only Texas can get away with this."
Fans of "Good Eats" can click this fan site to see photos
of locations Brown frequents around metro Atlanta during filming:
Site with bio, background and photos:
-- Compiled by Don Fernandez
Last Edited on 08/27/2010