Mary Kate Skehan

Mary Kate works in book publishing and is a columnist for The Spectator.

Food

Dutch treat

The pride of Pennsylvania

By Mary Kate Skehan

Witnessing the fitness

I’m on the hook for getting fit this year, no excuses

By Mary Kate Skehan

Home

Christmas single

Dating in a pandemic is no picnic

By Mary Kate Skehan

Drink

Thanksgiving with my illegally large family

Between my two parents and seven siblings, we’ve already maxed out the 10-person limit

By Mary Kate Skehan

Politics

Back to work with Donald Trump and the Pennsylvania Dutch

He has more in common with the Amish than you might think

By Mary Kate Skehan

Tech

Bring back robber barons

Why can’t Amazon and Facebook do what Carnegie and Rockefeller did?

By Mary Kate Skehan

Drink

Count your chickens

Life on a funny farm

By Mary Kate Skehan

Drink

Feed it to the Marines

There’s no taste like home

By Mary Kate Skehan

Internet

Leave Alison Roman alone

Time to be Frank about the much criticized celebrity chef

By Mary Kate Skehan

Drink

Cooking for dad: real food is nothing fancy

Alison Roman’s tastes are like my father’s: particular, strident and requiring a capacious definition of the word ‘unfussy’

By Mary Kate Skehan

Internet

Why aren’t my exes texting me during quarantine?

It appears love in the time of coronavirus isn’t my story

By Mary Kate Skehan

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