Huckleberry: Stories, Secrets, and Recipes From Our Kitchen
Everything in liberality is the maxim of Zoe Nathan, the huge hearted bread cook behind Santa Monica's preferred neighborhood pastry kitchen and breakfast spot, Huckleberry Bakery and Café. This powerful cookbook gathers in excess of 115 plans and in excess of 150 shading photos, including how-to arrangements for acing nuts and bolts, for example, flaky mixture and covering a cake skillet. Huckleberry's plans range from sweet (natural cakes, biscuits, and scones) to appetizing (hot grains, rolls, and quiche). Consistent with the restorative soul of Los Angeles, these plans highlight entire grain flours, sesame and flax seeds, new leafy foods, characteristic sugars, and sans gluten and vegetarian alternatives—and they generally lead with heavenliness. For bread cooks and throughout the day brunchers, Huckleberry will turn into the cookbook to go after at whatever point the hankering for large flavor strikes.
About the Author
Zoe Nathan and Josh Loeb are the Santa Monica–based wife-and-husband team who own and operate Huckleberry Bakery & Café, Milo & Olive, Sweet Rose Creamery, and Rustic Canyon.
Matt Armendariz is a Los Angeles–based photographer. --This text refers to the hardcover edition.
This is by far the best cookbook I have ever owned. I would highly recommend it to anyone who has a love for hosting brunch and indulging in some pretty incredible pastries. Zoe Nathan is one of the most charming people ever, she writes the most honest depiction of what it's like to work in a bakery and manages to make you laugh (and salivate over her incredible recipes!) on every page! Her stories are just as good as her recipes. Every recipe comes with add-ins or substitutions to try and she encourages you to try new things with the recipe for yourself as well. I have only had this book for a short while and I have already tackled a good amount of the recipes..all of which are fantastic and for the most part pretty simple to make. Do yourself a favour and get yourself a copy, you won't regret it.-Deandra
Another great baking book to add to my collection. I love how it has both sweet and bread recipes as well as the sandwiches and meals she offers at her bakery. This is one of the first books that I took the time to read everything the author wrote, and I feel like I worked there with her, and knew exactly what annoys her. Would recommend -Lia
Even though this book is lovely and has a lot of amazing recipes I can't wait to try, there are some errors. For the blueberry brioche (pg. 108) the weight measurement does not correctly correspond to the volume measurement. It calls for 1 cup + 2 Tbsp of AP flour and equates that to 280 grams. That's incorrect. Same mistake is done for the bread flour (1 cup + 2 Tbsp does not equal 280 grams). I always follow weight measurements, I wish I had checked the volume measurement prior to doing so. It was a dry disaster, wasting over 4 cups of flour and 4 eggs. -Aniesh Kadivar
Download Ebook Huckleberry: Stories, Secrets, and Recipes From Our Kitchen | 188 Mb | Pages 288 | PDF | 2014