Except I can conceive of it and I have seen him unapologetically praise the work of people who didn't do the cooking and bought their recipes and techniques from consultants. A little research and fact checking goes a long way. Then you can fawn over the excellent consultants. But, nope. Credit to the person that's never setting foot in the kitchen. This is not like praising the restaurateur for hiring a good chef, it's giving credit to people for work they didn't do. I get it, that doesn't bother anyone else, but don't expect me to put him on a pedestal for that. I find it just as insulting as Sietsema refusing to be challenged. I'm happy to discuss privately, but sorry I can't just blindly agree.