Recently I was asked to speak at the Georgetown Kentucky Rotary Club. This club has been in existence for decades. The folks were great and this was a foray into speaking on a topic that is my hobby, Wrapping food. Although I have spoken around the world on medical topics, this was a very different lecture. Talking about how food is wrapped around the world is fascinating. In addition the history of how such wrapping occured maintained the groups full attention. The group was very gracious, fun and interested. For those interested, I am happy to give such talks on request.
Category: EventsBy John Peppin, D.O., F.A.C.P.
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Author: John Peppin, D.O., F.A.C.P.
John Peppin is a physician with over 30 years of clinical experience. John has published over 90 articles and books in the medical field. He has also been a home cook for most of his adult life, taking a great interest in a variety of cuisines and cooking techniques. He is a voracious cookbook reader with an intense curiosity about cuisines around the world. Wrapping and the stuffing of foods has become an overwhelming focus for John, and he has researched recipes from around the world. A self-taught home cook who loves new ways of cooking. Food, good wine and friends, la dolce vita!