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While comedian David Letterman is certainly beloved for his dry and deadpan take on the world, he is also famous for being, let’s say difficult.

During his years as the host of The Late Show With David Letterman, his interview style could be combative and occasionally cruel, throwing even the most media trained celebrity off guard. But the hard-edged image Letterman projected was softened when the show dropped into his mom Dorothy Mengering’s pie-laden kitchen in Carmel, Ind.

Mengering died yesterday at 95. She often appeared on Letterman’s show during its 22-year run around Thanksgiving and Mother’s Day. In 1996, she wrote a cookbook called Home Cookin’ With Dave’s Mom, and in the winters of 1994, 1998 and 2002, she served as the show’s Olympics correspondent.

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