Mary Kate Skehan

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

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Count your chickens

Life on a funny farm

By Mary Kate Skehan

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Feed it to the Marines

There’s no taste like home

By Mary Kate Skehan

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Leave Alison Roman alone

Time to be Frank about the much criticized celebrity chef

By Mary Kate Skehan

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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

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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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