Scott Peacock

Cookbook author and chef

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Cookbook author and chef who specializes in Southern cooking; co-author of The Gift of Southern Cooking, he is working on a documentary about elderly Alabama residents' memories about food

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Thanksgiving is America's day to eat and talk about food: why we eat what we eat, why we eat so many bad things and how we can learn to enjoy more of the good things.

The Perils and Pleasures of Eating

Thanksgiving is America's day to eat and talk about food: why we eat what we eat, why we eat so many bad things and how we can learn to enjoy more of the good things.

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