Barbara Albright

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Barbara Albright (1955 in Nebraska - July 5, 2006 in Branford, Connecticut) was an American author of about 25 food and knitting books. She was also former editor-in-chief of The Chocolatier magazine, a food editor as Redbook and Woman's World and a freelance writer for the Associated Press.

Albright graduated from Fremont High School in Fremont, Nebraska and from the University of Nebraska–Lincoln with a bachelor's degree in food and nutrition. In 1980, she received her master's degree in nutrition communication from Boston University.

She was the author or co-authored of numerous cookbooks and knitting books, including Cooking with Regis and Kathie Lee (which reached number one on the New York Times bestseller list), Entertaining with Regis and Kathie Lee, Mostly Muffins and its followup More Muffins (both with Leslie Weiner), Oddball Knitting, and The Natural Knitter.

A resident of Wilton, Connecticut, Albright died of a brain tumor at a Branford, Connecticut hospice at age 51 on July 5, 2006.

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