Are You Hungry, Dear? by Doris Roberts
Life, Laughs, and Lasagna

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Warm, funny episodes, each complete with the perfect recipe from the life of America’s favorite mother-in-law from the hit comedy Everybody Loves Raymond

In Are You Hungry, Dear?, Doris takes her signature line from the show and makes it her own in a program that pairs hilarious stories and dramatic turning points from her fascinating life with delicious recipes from her kitchen. She shares the lessons learned in two marriages and numerous love affairs, her struggles with her own family, and her heroic efforts to build a career and raise a son on her own. Those who love feisty, judgmental, opinionated Marie Barone will see how Doris is all that and more: tough, sweet, brave, direct, and vibrant. Listeners will embrace the unforgettable life of this very open star, and relate to the issues--like ageism in Hollywood, sex in the senior years, and her daughter-in-law’s imperfect meat sauce--that Doris cares about passionately.

Are You Hungry, Dear? is for everyone who loves a laugh, a great recipe, and a true inside glimpse of a very approachable star.

About Doris Roberts

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Doris Roberts was raised in the Bronx by her grandparents and began acting at a very early age. Her acting career has spanned forty-five years. She lives in Los Angeles, California. Danelle Morton has written five books, including The Healing Power of Pets with Marty Becker and Managing Martians with Donna Shirley. She lives in Los Angeles, California.
Published May 1, 2003 by St. Martin's Press. 320 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Humor & Entertainment, Cooking. Non-fiction

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Roberts, who plays Marie Barone on the sitcom Everybody Loves Raymond, uses her TV character's preoccupation with food to underscore her own needs in this memoir.

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While not as weighty as dramas like “The Sopranos” and “The Wire” now remembered as the beginning of television’s new golden age, “Everybody Loves Raymond” garnered dozens of Emmy nominations and was among TV’s top ten for five years.

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