Audio: Interview with former Crook's Corner chef Bill Smith


Former Crook’s Corner chef joins 97.9 The Hill’s Brighton McConnell to reflect on the news of the award-winning restaurant closing its doors. Smith shares stories of how he ended up cooking for the Chapel Hill staple and thoughts on what Crook’s closing means to the local restaurant community amid a challenging year. (Chapelboro.com)

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Audio: Interview with former Crook's Corner chef Bill Smith


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