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Are You Hungry, Dear?: Life, Laughs, and Lasagna
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Get to know Doris Roberts-and catch her wit, style, and zest for life in this candid autobiography. She plays the ultimate mother who smothers on top-rated sitcom "Everybody Loves Raymond," but her Emmy Award winning role is just part of Doris Roberts' story. In this delightful book, Doris reveals everything: from how she got her start in the world of Broadway to the choices she made that built a career and plunged her into a tough but satisfying life. Doris is thoroughly honest about life, about motherhood, about marriage, and about working in and out of the spotlight.
Doris is warm, she's real, and she's funny. Every page of this book sparkles with her personality, her opinions and her passions-including her passion for food. Each chapter is spiked with a wonderful recipe, chosen from the many she's collected over the years.
The New York Times bestselling life story from the beloved star of "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.
About the Author
Doris Roberts was raised in the Bronx and has worked as an actress in theater, film and television. Her career has spanned fifty years, and she has won numerous awards, including four Emmys.
Danelle Morton has written five books. They both live in Los Angeles, California.
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