Scott Tharp holds a bottle of a chocolate-raspberry barbecue sauce. “My mother, Cynthia, passed on the family tradition — bringing the family together with cooking — to me, just as her mother did to her,” he says. “I hope to pass the same tradition on to all I can.”
Scott Tharp holds a bottle of a chocolate-raspberry barbecue sauce. “My mother, Cynthia, passed on the family tradition — bringing the family together with cooking — to me, just as her mother did to her,” he says. “I hope to pass the same tradition on to all I can.” kgreen@idahostatesman.com
Scott Tharp holds a bottle of a chocolate-raspberry barbecue sauce. “My mother, Cynthia, passed on the family tradition — bringing the family together with cooking — to me, just as her mother did to her,” he says. “I hope to pass the same tradition on to all I can.” kgreen@idahostatesman.com

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