Dolly Parton reveals her favorite food and cooking habits

Dolly Parton is the latest celebrity to record Wired's "Autocomplete Interview," and the superstar revealed some little-known trivia about her favorite food in the process.
For one, the singer shared that she has a big weakness for potatoes, in pretty much any form.
"Every diet I've ever dropped off has been over a potato," Parton admitted. "Either french fries or mashed potatoes or baked potatoes. Potato, potato, potato! I've never met a spud that I didn't like."
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Fortunately, Parton seems perfectly capable of whipping up any variety of potato she craves right in her own kitchen. Elsewhere in the interview, the singer said that even though she is a busy performer and recording artist, she still has time for good old home cooking.
"You better believe it! I'm a really, really good cook," said the singer. "I'm not a gourmet cook. My food is not nice, but it is good. I cook like my mother, my grandmothers and my aunts. I am still one of those who can really cook like I used to. Cook the soul food. "
Of course, Parton said, she cooks this way because that's what she likes best - at least in moderation. "I can't eat it all the time because it's high in calories. But yeah, I love to cook," she added.
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These days Parton may not have that much time to cook: she's busy releasing her new vacation album, A Holly Dolly Christmas, which came out last week.
Dolly Parton reveals her favorite foods and cooking habits, which originally appeared on goodmorningamerica.com

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