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Where Women Cook


I’m so excited to share with you the debut of my “Homemade Living” column in the brand spanking new quarterly periodical Where Women Cook!


The premiere issue features a cover story on Ree Drummond of The Pioneer Woman fame along with a regular column by the original farm girl herself, Mary Jane Butters, penning her lifetime of wisdom in “Farm Love.”

The spring issue promises to offer up tasty recipes and writing from Molly Wizenberg, my food blogger girl crush and the powerhouse behind Orangette and A Homemade Life.

I’m amazed at the good fortune afforded me to be in such illustrious company. What an auspicious beginning, right???

Where Women Cook can be found in bookstores nationwide. Check it!

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