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  • Jobs of NASCAR: Meet Spanky, the chef who cooks 150 pounds of bacon per weekend to feed his team

    Jason Eidson, who goes by Spanky after the Little Rascals character who he describes as "the little short fat guy with fat cheeks," is a chef. Instead of wearing a white chef's coat and working in a kitchen at a restaurant, however, he sports a blue NASCAR team jersey and cooks outside surrounded by revving race cars.

Jobs of NASCAR: Meet Spanky, the chef who cooks 150 pounds of bacon per weekend to feed his team

Jason Eidson, who goes by Spanky after the Little Rascals character who he describes as "the little short fat guy with fat cheeks," is a chef. Instead of wearing a white chef's coat and working in a kitchen at a restaurant, however, he sports a blue NASCAR team jersey and cooks outside surrounded by revving race cars.
Justine Miller jmiller@mcclatchy.com The Charlotte Observer