by Marie Simmons and Luca Trovato
by Marie Simmons
June 5, 2011 This season's standouts praise America's culinary traditions from coast to coast — and everywhere in between. Authors of these plainspoken and charming cookbooks craft memorable recipes around just a few well-chosen flavors: meals for every day that are anything but.
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June 3, 2011 From Fresh & Fast Vegetarian: Recipes That Make a Meal by Marie Simmons.
April 15, 2006 Eggs hold symbolic significance for those marking both Easter and Passover. Marie Simmons, author of The Good Egg answers Debbie Elliott's simple question: What's the difference between white and brown eggs?
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