Thomas A. Prewitt
Tom Prewitt lacks an off switch. He leaves the office but not his work. He lives with a certain sense there’s always more that needs to be done. His cases get shower time. He says his best breakthroughs come when he’s not at the office. He does his best thinking when he’s working in the yard, gardening, pulling weeds, mowing, seemingly mindless tasks that clear the distractions.
He likes to cook, occasionally following a recipe, although he’s more inclined to improvise. He commits a few winter Sundays to a labor-intensive delicacy known as beaten biscuits. It’s a tradition from his Central Kentucky upbringing that blends White Lily Flour, lard, sugar and salt. more