Interview with Marcia Smart - DINNER IS DONE

Interview with Marcia Smart - DINNER IS DONE

In this interview, Marcia and I discuss Dinner Is Done, how she got started in the culinary world, the process for creating the cookbook, her focus on easy weeknight meals, how she decided to structure the cookbook and why, and much more.


In this interview, Marcia and I discuss Dinner Is Done, how she got started in the culinary world, the process for creating the cookbook, her focus on easy weeknight meals, how she decided to structure the cookbook and why, and much more.

Marcia's recommended reads are:

  1. Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat by Satin Nosrat
  2. The Vineyard Kitchen by Maria Helm Sinskey

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Marcia Smart

Culinary Instructor

Marcia Smart
Smart in the Kitchen and Smart in the Kitchen School
Author Bio

Marcia Smart is a culinary instructor, recipe developer, and food writer, and the owner of Smart in the Kitchen and Smart in the Kitchen School. Through Smart in the Kitchen, Marcia teaches cooking classes, culinary team-building events, and cooking retreats. She blogs about meal planning, easy weeknight recipes, and healthy family dinners at www.smartinthekitchen.com.

Marcia began her career in the editorial department at Parenting magazine. She worked as a producer for Women.com, a food editor for 7x7 magazine in San Francisco, and as a contributing editor and restaurant critic at Houston magazine. Her freelance articles and recipes have appeared in Cooking Light, Parenting, the Houston Chronicle, Sunset, American Health, Rebecca’s Garden, Robb Report, Houston, Parenting Travel, BabyTalk, BabyCenter.com, and Safeway magazine. Marcia contributed several chapters for two Weldon Owen book projects and was selected multiple years as a contributor for Cooking Light’s Annual Recipes cookbooks.

Marcia writes regularly for the Houston Chronicle and appears monthly for cooking demos on HoustonLife, an NBC lifestyle show in Houston. She’s also appeared on Great Day Houston and Hallmark Home and Family and been interviewed for several podcasts and lifestyle websites.

Marcia is a graduate of the professional culinary program at Tante Marie Cooking School in San Francisco. Visit her at http://www.smartinthekitchen.com her online cooking school at https://www.smartinthekitchenschool.com/ or on Instagram @smartinthekitchen.