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Scotty ScottScotty Scott, whose first cookbook, Fix Me a Plate, comes out March 15, became an author by taking the long way around. The Fort Worth–based recipe developer and food blogger learned to cook as a kid—he tells a story in the book about smoking out his parents’ kitchen after he forgot to turn off a pot of ham hocks as a nine-year-old—but cooking was mostly a hobby for Scott as he went to college and, later, law school. As an adult hosting increasingly ambitious dinners for friends, he’d laugh off suggestions from guests that he should open a restaurant of his own. Eventually, though, the cooking bug got the better of him, and he launched a personal chef service. And it was in promoting the…

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