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Talking Writing: Marilyn Forsythe on “Gone Nuts About Herbs”

Marilyn & Neville Forsythe
Neville Forsythe
Marilyn & Neville Forsythe

Richard Winham speaks with Marilyn Forsythe - wife of the late Chattanooga chef Neville Forsythe - about “Gone Nuts About Herbs,” a collection of his favorite recipes that she edited.

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