You won’t want to miss our new podcast episode

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Our latest guest on Everything is Fine is cookbook author and New York Times columnist Melissa Clark, who answered all of our most pressing questions about how to cook now.  She was a lot of fun, and if—like me—you’ve been doing a more-than-usual amount of cooking right now, you’ll be sure to want to tune in. Listen on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts. And if you like what you hear, please rate and review us on Apple Podcasts.

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    Liz
    12 May 2020
    1:25pm

    Melissa Clark is the best. I dream of her Cuban Pork and Sugared Shortbread!

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    liz
    12 May 2020
    1:33pm

    I am savoring this one. She is very funny.
    I feel like she and I are separated at birth I’m 2nd generation Brooklynite and she is a 3rd generation. Our education is also very similar.
    I subscribe to the NYT but do not regularly read her column. This will change.

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    Suju
    12 May 2020
    12:27pm

    Love Melissa Clark – just made her blackberry jam crostata this past weekend – and really enjoyed the podcast on my dog walk this morning. Was really sad when I came home and checked and confirmed that, no, I don’t have any anchovies. Sigh.

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    Mouse
    12 May 2020
    7:13am

    Since I bought her cookbook Dinner: Changing the Game my game has actually changed. Every single thing I cook from that book is excellent and surprising. My husband now says Melissa will be his next wife. (Used to be Gisele, but hey, lockdown, necessities, etc) Melissa rules our house.

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    Francine
    15 May 2020
    4:53pm

    What a great episode! It’s just fun to hear three smart, cool women chat. A nice rapport all around.
    May I make a request for a future guest on your podcast? I’d LOVE to hear you two talk with make-up founder, Bobbi Brown! Would be super interesting to get her take on skincare and make-up trends. Pretty please??!!

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    nancy
    12 May 2020
    9:53pm

    what a treat. two great voices. can’t wait.

    kim, i’ve followed this blog for years. many have gone by the wayside. but i always appreciate this space. thank you.

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    c.w.
    12 May 2020
    10:27am

    Such a fun podcast even though I’m not a meat/fish eater, it was a joy to listen to y’all having so much fun and I did pick up some excellent tips. And I’m not a cook!!

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      Stephanie
      12 May 2020
      3:26pm

      Melissa is great for vegan / vegetarian recipes btw. One of my favorites in this category, in fact.

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    Caroline
    12 May 2020
    9:17am

    I’m a huge fan!!
    I love her writing but it’s really all about the recipes.
    Her Irish soda bread recipe is a game changer. I’m serious!

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    AK
    12 May 2020
    8:48am

    Can she tell us what those shoes are?!

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      Rebecca B.
      12 May 2020
      5:42pm

      I do not know how this information is in my brain and not useful things BUT here we are. I think they’re from Calypso’s shoe line with Jacqueline Schnabel.

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    nadine
    13 May 2020
    10:00am

    Such a fun episode!! And so many great tips. Thank you!!

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