New York Times readers know Melissa Clark from her popular column, A Good Appetite --and her filmed segments (which, among other places, are on heavy rotation on Jet Blue TV). She's also written and co-authored 34 (THIRTY-FOUR) cookbooks, two on her own--In the Kitchen with A Good Appetite, and Cook This Now, a personal collection of seasonally driven, inventive comfort food-- and 32 in collaboration with New York’s most celebrated chefs, including Daniel Boulud (Braise), David Bouley (East of Paris) and Bruce and Eric Bromberg (The Blue Ribbon). She is also a fabulous dresser, with a penchant for vintage. On Refashioner, we're happy to be redistributing a great collection of 1960s and 1970s dresses she inherited from her highly fashionable aunt, and has felt vaguely guilty about not wearing ever since.
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