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Everything in generosity is the motto of Zoe Nathan the big hearted baker behind Santa Monica's favorite neighborhood bakery and breakfast spot Huckleberry Bakery Cafe This irresistible cookbook collects than 115 recipes and than 150 color photographs including how to seuences for mastering basics such as flaky dough and lining a cake pan Huckleberry's recipes span from sweet rustic cakes muffins and scones to savory hot cereals biscuits and uiche True to the healthful spirit of Los Angeles these recipes feature whole grain flours sesame and flax seeds fresh fruits and vegetables natural sugars and gluten free and vegan options and they always lead with deliciousness For bakers and all day brunchers Huckleberry will become the cookbook to reach for whenever the craving for big flavor strikes


10 thoughts on “Huckleberry

  1. says:

    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


  2. says:

    I have not yet made anything from this cookbook but would have to agree with some reviewers that there are some errors in measurements volume to gram conversions mostly though many of the muffins did seem to call for way too much fatliuid as I've also seen mentions I suspect if you are experienced and know to go into the recipes with a uestioning frame of mind you can do just fine It may also be worth checking the publisher's website for any correctionserrata before embarking on new recipeAs for her narrative style it seemed authentic to me and did not turn me off and I have never lived in her region so I don't think that is why Nothing in the narrative sections is essential to making the recipes so if her manner is upsetting to you just skip it I will agree that the apologies section was perhaps a bit over the top and not the most flattering to her though I suspect it was pretty much a long series for inside jokes that really didn't need included in the book But again just go ahead and skip it No one is sitting there forcing you to read every printed word in the book


  3. says:

    Nathan's book redefines baked goodies for me I already made her pear and ginger muffins and have several other recipes dog eared to try in the coming weeks What makes this book stand out from the many other baking books that I've read is that she incorporates ingredients that I usually wouldn't even think of when it comes to baking Bulgar? Really? Never tried it but I'm sure it's delicious the way I'm reading the recipe What's even great is that you don't really have to go out of your way to find the ingredients like some other top end cook books In addition the croue monsieur is legit They are JUST like the ones they make at Couelicot on LA rue abbesses in Montmontre if you find a good uality Gruyère cheese Totally approachable and never pretentious That's how a cookbook should be


  4. says:

    The recipes look amazing the ebook is gorgeous but this is one of the few times I’ve finished a book grateful that I don’t know the author personally


  5. says:

    This recipes look delicious I want to make everyone of themIf you're looking for a little inspiration for breakfast or brunch then this is a good place to start


  6. says:

    Beautiful uniue interesting and every recipe includes a dash of love I love this book


  7. says:

    I admit sometimes I skip the writing and go straight to the recipes I'm really glad I didn't for this cookbook because Nathan's story and voice are so lovely that you don't want to miss them When you bookmark the first three recipes all riffs on chocolate muffins you kind of know how much you're going to love the book They aren't anything avant garde or genius but they ALL SOUND SO GOOD that I ended up bookmarking a silly amount of pages Update 9315 tried her chocolate chunk muffins and they were divine There was 1 T buttermuffin but wow And they got devoured on the first dayI like how there's Huckleberry recipes but also home recipes so there's a mix of easyhard chillinvolved recipes I also like the absence of a croissant recipe I think it's totally unnecessary because 9910 people would never make a croissant at home I once had dreams of it but have since come to my sensesI think the layout is clever it's organized based on what gets bakedcooked first in the morning at Huckleberry I've never see another cookbook like that


  8. says:

    OMG for anyone who has not ventured into Santa Monica Ca to delight in Zoe's pastries and bread is truly missing something fantastic It is not only a bakery but a breakfast lunch and dinner place as well Zoe's baked goods are irresistible and now with her book you can be Zoe in your own kitchen Her recipes are magnifIcent and pretty easy to make Her hints are fabulous and certainly make the baking easier You can feel Zoe's love of baking in every recipe and picture Along with her husband Josh Loeb they have opened two restaurants Another breakfast lunch bakery called Milo and Olive named after her son Milo and an amazing ice ream parlor in Brentwood called Sweet Rose Creamery Not to be missed Some of the the most delicious and flavorful ice cream I've ever had A must go to and a must book to own


  9. says:

    I bought this book few days ago in anticipation to work on my depression baking is theraputic I marked many recipes to try during this week It took me some effort to bring myself to the kitchen from my safe haven my bed I made the easy thing Pancakes They were love by everyone and my kids can't wait for me to make another batch tomorrow I made breakfast for the first time in years like in 5 years This successful story of pancakes this morning is pushing me to make the english muffins tomorrow and maybe just may scones I am happy I bought the printed version of the book it feels good to have it in your hand and make notes


  10. says:

    I received this as a Christmas present along with about 5 other baking books This is hands down my favorite This is a book for any baker who loves breakfast Everything I have made has been easy and delicious I consider myself someone who has a well stocked pantry but the book did challenge me to keep some new types of flours on hand for example almond mealflour I will be making a pilgrimage to the bakery next summer when I visit California