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Mark Scarbrough

BRUCE WEINSTEIN and MARK SCARBROUGH are the authors of nineteen books about food, including Real Food Has Curves; the bestselling, multi-volume Ultimate Cook Book series; Ham: An Obsession with the Hindquarter; Goat: Meat, Milk, Cheese; and Cooking Know-How, winner of a 2009 Gourmand World Award. They are online columnists for Weight Watchers ("A Cut Above"), have been spokespeople for the U. S. Potato Board and the California Milk Advisory Board, and regularly contribute to Fine Cooking, Cooking Light, Eating Well, Relish, and The Washington Post. They live in Litchfield County, Connecticut.
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Q. What is your motto or maxim?

A. Never cook naked.

Q. What is your greatest achievement?

A. I went to college at 16 and graduated three years later. I don't know that that's an achievement. Mostly, it left me dazed and lost.

Q. Which living person do you most admire?

A. My birth mother. She saw that she couldn't provide for me and gave me up for adoption. I can't imagine making that choice.

Q. What are your most overused words or phrases?

A. Right now, the sarcastic "really?" It's got to stop. Really.

Q. What trait is most noticeable about you?

A. I laugh a lot. Is that a trait? Or a tic?

Author Voices

November 28, 2011

Bruce and I have had so much fun giving interviews and talking to people about our book busting 101 cooking myths: LOBSTERS SCREAM WHEN YOU BOIL THEM. We've even hosted a few culinary trivia challenge games at bookstores across the country. What a blast!

One question comes up all the time: how'd you make the book so funny?

The secret? There are two of us. You know the hardest thing? Being funny alone. Sure, you can crack yourself up once in a while. But most of the time, you're just amusing yourself. Other people won't think it's very funny. It's too insidery, too personal.

But comedy usually gets written in teams. Because you... see more

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