was always destined to be well-known and publicly recognized as the granddaughter of Ernest Hemingway. At the young age of 13, Mariel became famous in her own right when she made her silver screen debut in “Lipstick”. Four years later, she earned an Oscar nomination for her work in Woody Allen’s “Manhattan”. She has since made 30 films and numerous television appearances including as host of several environmental and humanitarian documentaries.
For over 20 years, Mariel has been pursuing her passion for yoga and health and is now seen as a voice of holistic and balanced health and well- being. She leads wellness retreats all over America, sharing her insights about movement, silence, nutrition, and home.
In this interview, we discuss her cookbook, Mariel’s Kitchen, which is full of great recipes for busy people that began in her own kitchen and incorporate today’s understandings of what is truly healthy. Originally broadcast 10/9/09.
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