by Drew Sterwald
Alton Brown's dream job was to be another Johnny Carson, but he turned out to be the Mr. Wizard of the kitchen.
But now that fellow Food Network personality Rachael Ray has invaded the talk-show arena, and Emeril Lagasse tried and failed as a sitcom star, his hopes have dimmed.
"I'm not mainstream like Emeril and Rachael," he said. "I'm still a very small fish. I'm the fringe."
Brown, the creative mind behind Food Network's "Good Eats," brings his salt cellars and his beakers to the Philharmonic Center for the Arts in Naples on Tuesday. He kicks off the Phil's first culinary arts series....To read more click here