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Cooking My Way Back Home: Recipes from San Francisco's Town Hall, Anchor & Hope, and Salt House Reviews

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Delicious Restaurant Recipes for the Home Cook

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Pros: beautiful pictures, delicious food

Cons: not enough vegetables

Just as it's rare to find a music album where every song is amazing, it's rare to find a cookbook where every recipe begs to be made.  I can think of very few cookbooks that I have flipped through slowly, practically drooling over the recipes, but Cooking My Way Back Home is definitely one of them.  The photography in the book only helps to highlight the beautiful food and creative recipes, all of which can definitely be made in a home kitchen.  There are very few hard to find ingredients, and although some of the instructions can be a bit long, the recipes are definitely doable for most home cooks.   The first recipe I tried was the Creamy Stone-Ground Grits...
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