Marian Burros is the bestselling author of twelve previous books, including The New Elegant but Easy Cookbook (with Lois Levine), 20-Minute Menus, and Eating Well Is the Best Revenge. A columnist and writer for The New York Times since 1981, she lives in New York City and outside Washington, D.C. She can be reached at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Eric Ripert Chef-owner, Le Bernardin; coauthor of "A Return to Cooking" Who wouldn't enjoy eating a great home-cooked macaroni-and-cheese gratin, a simple but delicious quesadilla, or biting into juicy barbecued spareribs? "Cooking for Comfort" is full of simple, unpretentious, yet super-tasty recipes. Finally, the perfect gift for my wife! Marion Cunningham Author of "The Supper Book" "Cooking for Comfort" not only has great, simple-to-make recipes, but wonderful stories, too. Don't pass up this book, even if you don't go into the kitchen! Madeleine Kamman Author of "The New Making of a Cook: The Art, Techniques, and Science of Good Cooking " In this beautiful collection of all-American dishes, Marian Burros again proves what a brilliant cook she is. Her winning way of combining America's favorite ingredients and tastes into thoroughly modern, easy-to-execute dishes will fill older cooks with nostalgia and instill in younger ones the impetus we need to demand and use natural farm foods. For Marian's message is clear; what she wants for all Americans is fresh attractive food, prepared with ingredients that have been grown under the light of the sun, in naturally cared-for soil, so that our peaceful kitchens will continue to resound with the laughter of healthy children. Marion Cunningham Author of "The Supper Book""Cooking for Comfort" not only has great, simple-to-make recipes, but wonderful stories, too. Don't pass up this book, even if you don't go into the kitchen!