Just before Thanksgiving, cookbook author Marion Cunningham joins Diane to make the case that family dinners should be part of an everyday routine — not just a holiday treat. Her new cookbook is full of old-fashioned recipes that have been enjoyed for generations but are rarely seen on today’s tables.


  • Marion Cunningham Author, "Lost Recipes: Meals to Share with Friends and Family" (Knopf). Her other cookbooks include "The Fannie Farmer Cookbook" and "Learning to Cook with Marion Cunningham." She is also winner of this year's James Beard Foundation Lifetime Achievement Award.

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