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I love Heidi’s cookbooks. Full of style, good taste, and good eats. Beautiful.
Just saw this lovely book in Anthropologie… was instantly enamoured, so I googled to find out more. Thanks for the great review! Looking forward to getting a copy and cooking away.
Wow. I just recently changed a lot of my eating habits to try to incorporate more nutritious food in my diet (whole grains, cutting out sugar, eating more veggies). This book looks awesome. I can’t wait to purchase it.
Hi Elise – wow, what a co-incidence – I JUST received my copy in the mail yesterday! It looks wonderful, and I can’t wait to get my hands on some quinoa/corn flours to try her crepes!
I just bought Heidi’s book after I saw her in Chicago and immediately started scheming about which recipe to make first. I tried the Risotto-Style Barley, made with pearl barley instead of rice. It was really a great texture, with the crunch of walnuts and some soft orange segments. The book will really help me use up all those intriguing ingredients I bought with good intentions and haven’t figured out how to cook yet.
GET THIS: There are TWO food bloggers who happened to have supper, happened to talk about cookbooks, and happened to learn that they’d each happened to order Heidi’s book on the same day, happened to order the same SECOND cookbook at the same time — and are both disappointed because Amazon is shipping both books at the same time and the second one isn’t yet in print! (Read: DELAY.) But based on all the rave reviews, I’m looking much forward to cooking from it, she’s always an inspiration.