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Ina Garten

The guru of home cooking talks about her books, her summer plans and which starry guests would be invited to her fantasy dinner party

What’s your go-to drink this summer? Whiskey sours, every summer. But they have to be homemade, with fresh juice and good bourbon—Knob Creek. The other thing is a Sinskey Vineyards rosé.

How do you feel about fans’ approaching you in public? Oh, they’re all so lovely. They all just want to say I taught them how to cook, which makes

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