In this episode, Kelli O’Hara, whom the NY Times calls Broadway’s undisputed queen, remembers her teacher mom making comfort food for a busy farming family, her mom’s loving attitude at Kelli’s being a chubby kid, and helping mom make exciting tailgate meals during harvest time. Kelli also talks about school classmates fighting over attendance at her grandma’s copious homemade lunches, prepping dinner at 8 years old until her mom came home, and proudly making a nearly raw burger for her father. As a Broadway musical leading actress in New York, she also tells of a lavish farm-style opening-night meal for the cast that she and her mom made using beef from their farm. Join me and this remarkable artist and woman as she revisits her experiences as a child and adult, remembering that the comfort of food is a gift.
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