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Last week, right after COPPER IRON AND CLAY released and the book was just hitting the shelves, I was delighted to be a guest on WPR, Wisconsin’s branch of NPR. We had a total blast, and it was worth getting up a bit early to drink coffee and chat!

One of the surprises for me, though, was people called in with cookware questions!! Who knew?! It was like playing blind cookware doctor, which then got me thinking…I think I’m going to start a podcast called Cookware Doctor. I have NO idea what goes into making and marketing a podcast, but you can bet I’m gonna try it! Won’t that be fun!?

In the meantime, you can listen in and learn. Catch the recording HERE!

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