Nora Ephron - This person is known for her writing of novels, plays, and screenplays and is the author and subject of this book.
Nora's Mother - This person gives Nora her first cooking book, was a screenwriter with her husband, and told Nora that everything is copy.
Evelyn Hall - This person is Nora's family cook from the south who cooked mostly classic American food like roast beef then changed her style.
Jane - This person is the name Nora uses to refer to her older woman friend who introduced her to French cooking and French ingredients.
Craig Claiborne - This person writes a Sunday Food column in The New York Times Magazine, was a restaurant critic, and is one of the subjects in Nora's first freelance magazine article for New York Magazine.
Lee Bailey - Nora meets this person, a cookbook writer with culinary skills...
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