This person is known for her writing of novels, plays, and screenplays and is the author and subject of this book.
This person gives Nora her first cooking book, was a screenwriter with her husband, and told Nora that everything is copy.
This person is Nora's family cook from the south who cooked mostly classic American food like roast beef then changed her style.
This person is the name Nora uses to refer to her older woman friend who introduced her to French cooking and French ingredients.
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.
Nora meets this person, a cookbook writer with culinary skills, through a common friendship with Liz Smith...
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