How I Learned To Cook Mother's Day is known for eloquent tributes to the selfless women who raised us. On most other days though, reality is a bit messier. In a new book called How I Learned to Cook, a group of writers examines the more difficult side of mother-daughter relationships.

Guests:

Margo Perin
*Editor of How I Learned to Cook: & Other Writings on Complex Mother-Daughter Relationships

Paula Fox
*Author of multiple books including, Poor George: A Novel
*Contributor to How I Learned to Cook

Elizabeth Payne
*Writer and stand-up comedian
*Contributor to How I Learned to Cook
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Mother's Day is known for eloquent tributes to the selfless women who raised us. On most other days though, reality is a bit messier. In a new book called How I Learned to Cook, a group of writers examines the more difficult side of mother-daughter relationships.

Guests:

Margo Perin
*Editor of How I Learned to Cook: & Other Writings on Complex Mother-Daughter Relationships

Paula Fox
*Author of multiple books including, Poor George: A Novel
*Contributor to How I Learned to Cook

Elizabeth Payne
*Writer and stand-up comedian
*Contributor to How I Learned to Cook

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