Rosemary BlackHealth Writer
Rosemary, the mom of seven, was food editor at the New York Daily News for many years and currently writes on health, food, and parenting for various magazines and websites. She is the co-author of six cookbooks, most recently, “The Marley Coffee Cookbook.”
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