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Tatnuck Bookseller to host “No Fret Cooking” discussion

Westborough – Sunday, Nov. 4, from 1 to 3 p.m., Marilynn Carter will be at Tatnuck Bookseller to discuss her first book, “No Fret Cooking,” and share some recipes. Carter has been cooking since the age of 15 and works in the area as a holistic health practitioner. With her belief that the food we eat is another path for health, “No Fret Cooking” evolved with simple and healthy recipes for everyone, and no fret, with room for a cook's own creativity and personalization.

In a unique twist for a cookbook, Marilynn's husband, well-known jazz guitarist Steve Carter, has composed, arranged, and performed 22 songs on two CDs that are included with the cookbook. “Music to Cook By” and “Music to Dine By” are designed to accompany Marilynn's recipes.? Together, the food and the music in “No Fret Cooking” are paired to make a culinary adventure designed to nurture, tantalize, and stimulate body, mind, and spirit as the recipes are prepared and enjoyed.

Signed copies of “No Fret Cooking” will be available for purchase at the program.

For more information, call 508-366-4959 or visit www.nofretcooking.com.

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