Scott, Liz


    Liz Scott is a personal chef and caterer specializing in nutritional and dietary needs for recovery from illness and disease, including alcohol and drug dependence. She is a graduate of New York University and the French Culinary Institute in New York and holds an MA degree from Villa Schifanoia in Florence, Italy. Scott has lived and worked extensively in Italy and England. In America, she has worked as a private chef and consultant to celebrity clients, as well as for Bon Apptit and numerous restaurants. Her personal battle with alcoholism and her dedication to the recovery community have led to new creative levels in her professional culinary career. During her recovery, Scott was concerned that her passion for food might be inextricably linked to alcohol, jeopardizing her sobriety. She made it her mission to not only transform the way she cooked, but to learn about the relevance of addition science, nutrition, and the relationship between food and a successful recovery. The Sober Kitchen: Recipes for a Lifetime of Sobriety was the result. Scott continues to pursue her education in addiction science and nutrition and is a regular attendee of the Rutgers Institute of Alcohol and Drug Studies. She lives in New Jersey.

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