Scott Haas is hard at work on his next book: “Ladies and Gentlemen, Presenting Family of the Year.” Priceless.
He is also completing a book on prominent Indian-Americans to be published in 2015 by Prakesh Publishers (Delhi).
He is the author of “Back of the House,” a book about the psychology of being a chef and working in restaurants (Berkley/Penguin). He wrote: “Hearing Voices” (Dutton) and “Are We There Yet?” (Plume); he is co-author of “The Da Silvano Cookbook” (Bloomsbury).
He won a James Beard award for hosting on air on public radio.
His work appears in a variety of publications, including Saveur, The Boston Globe, Wine Enthusiast, Travel + Leisure Southeast Asia, Islands, Sewasdee, and Gastronomica.
He has a doctorate in clinical psychology and maintains an active consultative practice emphasizing diagnostic work in psychiatric hospitals and urban communities of color. He is based in Cambridge, Massachusetts, but can be found in Japan and on East 10th between 2nd & 3rd as often as possible.
He doesn’t get out much.
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