Review: Huckleberry: Recipes, Stories, and Secrets from Our Kitchen

Huckleberry: Recipes, Stories, and Secrets from Our KitchenHuckleberry: Recipes, Stories, and Secrets from Our Kitchen by Zoe Nathan
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

My favorite part of this cookbook has been the intros to each chapter. Mrs Zoe Nathan has organized the chapters into the time of day needed to start working on the items to be ready to open Huckleberry for breakfast. Her stories are entertaining and reveal a lot about her personality. My second favorite part is that each recipe has an intro that explains the origins of the dish as well as pairings and substitutions that work well with the recipe. The only bad thing is that her recipes use a LOT of butter. A LOT. So while all baked goods are less healthy for you than, say, veggie dishes or even some burgers, these are not for those taking lipitor. That said, I ear-marked a good 2 dozen or so recipes I’d like to make, including a banana-poppy seed muffin I can’t wait to make this weekend.

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