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Stacy Lyn Harris: Huffington Post

Stacy Lyn Harris was interviewed and featured on Huffington Post after her book release! Here’s a link and snippet and a few quotes from the article:

Chef/Author/Lawyer Mom of 7 Rocks it Like Great-Grandma With ‘Game and Garden’ Lifestyle

Stacy Lyn interviewed for Huffington Post

Stacy Lyn interviewed for Huffington Post

And while she’s made her name as the kind of gal who can head outdoors and bring back dinner, Harris is quick to point out that any of the recipes in the book, HARVEST,  can certainly be made with items from your local grocer – she just likes doing things the hard way.

Which has not always been the case. Harris was a town girl, an only child growing up in Montgomery, AL where she learned to cook at her grandmother’s side. But when she was in college studying to be a lawyer, she met husband Scott, a dental student and avid hunter and fisherman. Stacy got a peek at a different way of life.

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One thing she’s never been able to do though is “find time for Stacy. I didn’t ever do anything without the kids – I look back now and I think that’s probably the way it was meant to be. Once in a while I’d tell my husband, ‘I’m really about to lose my mind’ and I’d go for a long country drive. When the kids were younger, that was a time of learning to say ‘no’ to myself – I’ve had to say no to a lot of good things to get accomplished what I wanted to get accomplished.”

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