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The only thing better than speaking with host Maggie Linton on her weekday morning talkshow on SiriusXM would be getting in the kitchen with her to make gumbo, or chicken soup, or saltine cracker stew. She interviewed me last week, and I’m so pleased that her producer provided me with a link so I can share it with you.

We spoke about home cooking, recipes, getting started in the kitchen, learning to cook, gumbo, Chef Leah Chase, and her first batch of fried chicken. What a delicious conversation: warm, lively, and fun. Here’s the link to my chat with Maggie Linton (23 min 13 sec). You can follow Maggie HERE on Facebook and HERE on Twitter.

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About the Author
Nancie McDermott is a food writer and cooking teacher, and the author of ten cookbooks. Her passion is researching and celebrating traditional food in its cultural context, and her beloved subjects are two seemingly different places with much in common: the cuisines of Asia and of the American South. Nancie gained her Southern kitchen wisdom as a Piedmont North Carolina native,and her Asian culinary research commenced soon after college, when she was sent to northeastern Thailand as a Peace Corps volunteer.

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