Don’t miss “Ladies of London” Tuesday nights at 10pm on Bravo.

This segment aired on the KTLA 5 Morning News on January 23rd, 2017.

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Hallmark Channel

  • 3 chicken breasts, cooked & shredded
  • 4 dried apricots, finely chopped
  • 1-tablespoon curry powder
  • 1-teaspoon ground ginger
  • 1 tablespoon mango chutney
  • ¼ cup mayonnaise
  • ¼ cup plain yogurt
  • 1 tablspoon finely chooped cilantro
  • Salt & pepper to taste
  • 8 slices whole meal or plain bread
  • 4 leaves baby romaine lattuce

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WGN Chicago

The hit Bravo show “Ladies of London” follows the lives of several friends as they navigate the London scene while running businesses, raising kids and causing drama. Marissa Hermer is a fan favorite who has spent three years on the show. She shared recipes from her new cookbook An American Girl in London.

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Fox Denver

It’s the hit show on Bravo about living across the pond…we’re talking about “Ladies of London.”

A reality show about a group of American and British women trying to balance their social lives, businesses and families.

And, the biggest star of the show, Marissa Hermer moved to London to be with the love of her life, a British restaurateur.

Since Season 3 ended, Marissa and her family have decided to move back to southern California, where she’s originally from.

Drawing inspiration from both her American upbringing and British cuisine… Marissa wrote a new cook book called “An American Girl in London.’

Here to tell us about it and how you can meet her in person tonight, is Marissa Hermer

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Los Angeles Times

Despite being California born and bred, actress Marissa Hermer is better known as a mover and shaker in London, where she lived for nearly a decade.

But late last year, she returned to the Southland with her husband and three young children, upgrading from a cozy London home to 10,000 square feet of space in a six-bedroom, nine-bathroom estate in Pacific Palisades.

Hermer’s cookbook, “An American Girl in London: 120 Nourishing Recipes for Your Family From a Californian Expat,” was released last month. The third season of her Bravo show, “Ladies of London,” recently wrapped.

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Bravo TV

A Bravo TV star was the guest of honor at an English tea to benefit the Boys & Girls Clubs of Palm Beach County.

A Taste of London, featuring Marissa Hermer of Bravo’s Ladies of London,took place May 17 at The Chesterfield and served as a kickoff for the campaign to raise money for a new bus for the Florence De George Boys & Girls Club in West Palm Beach.

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Marcelle BurkeElizabeth DeBruleCamryn Del Rio LintonKatherine KressSarah McKenzie and Laura Wissa were chairwomen for the afternoon, which included traditional tea, scones and sandwiches prepared by The Chesterfield’s executive chef, Gerard Coughlin , from recipes in Hermer’s newly published cookbook, An American Girl in London.

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Fox La

Marissa Hermer from Bravo’s “Ladies of London” has a new cookbook inspired by her Southern California roots and family life after moving to London!

Her book “An American Girl in London” features 120 recipes for anyone looking for family-friendly fare with a healthy twist.  After falling in love with a British restaurateur “who prefers meat and potatoes to guacamole,” she began incorporating a bit of California into her recipes.

She calls her kitchen cuisine “a match made in transatlantic heaven.”

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People Magazine

Marissa Hermer can’t help but be overcome with emotion when she reflects on this time last year.

The Ladies of London star had been on bed rest nearly all of her seven-month pregnancy with daughter Sadie when she was induced on April 21, 2016. She was expecting a touch-and-go delivery, and her medical team even flew in a vascular medicine specialist from the battlefield of Aleppo, Syria, to offset her blood loss.

“It was a very scary time,” she tells PEOPLE exclusively in this week’s issue.

Yet amid the life-and-death stakes, Hermer found unexpected peace: “When you’re faced with not knowing how your life is going to change in the next five hours, you feel a deep and great love for your family.”

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Daniel Bird Writes

Marissa Hermer, Mum, friend, business woman, Lady of London and cooking extraordinaire.

You may recognise Marissa as the star of ITV’s Ladies of London, however, Marissa grew up in Southern California and recounts picking avocado’s from her grandmother’s trees at the weekend.

Moving to England with her now husband, Matt in 2008 – Marissa soon found out that her classic beachside BBQ was to be replaced with a classic Sunday roast. However, Marissa didn’t want to lose touch with her American side, so here I present “An American Girl in London” “120 Nourishing Recipes for Your Family from a Californian Expat”.

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