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Most of us remember Rose Marie as the wisecracking Sally Rogers on The Dick Van Dyke Show, or recognize her from her perch in the top middle square on Hollywood Squares, but her career in show business has spanned almost seventy years.­At the tender age of three Rose Marie Mazzetta was entered in an amateur contest at New York City's Mecca Theatre. Her rendition of "What Can I Say Dear, After I Say I'm Sorry?­" won, and her career was launched. She stayed "Baby Rose Marie" until she was well into her teens, singing in nightclubs, on vaudeville stages, on the radio, and in the movies.­It was a glamorous but difficult life -- she worked side by side with legends such as Al Jolson, Milton Berle, and W.­C. Fields, and was watched over by "Uncle" Al Capone and his associates -- but her father managed her career and personal life with an iron fist, gambling her earnings away and abusing her and any boy foolish enough to show an interest in the family meal ticket.­Rose Marie married . . .

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Author Rose Marie loves to cook and to travel. These two loves come together in Laughter in the Kitchen, a cookbook presenting recipes from her kitchen and from those of her friends and family. Interspersed among the recipes is fun commentary offering simple recipes and tips for success in the kitchen. She includes recipes from her grandmother, the women of her church, her friends, and a sprinkling from the imagination of five- and six-­year-­olds, explaining how to cook their favorite treats. Cooks will be torn between the fun of preparing these recipes and the laughs from reading the commentary. From BBQ beef sandwiches prepared in a slow-­cooker to red velvet creamy cookies, the tasty recipes included in Laughter in the Kitchen will have everyone asking for more. Bring smiles to the faces of family and friends and a warm feeling into your own heart as you provide them with the delicious dishes in Laughter in the Kitchen.

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