24 Min Released Nov 3, 2016

On Co-Authoring and Chef Whispering (Rebroadcast)

We talk to New York Times writer and prolific cookbook author Melissa Clark about co-authoring. We find out what it’s like to get inside someone else’s voice, why the process is a little like dating, and all about the infamous Tuna Casserole Bread from the first cookbook she ever wrote. This episode was originally released on July 18, 2015. 

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