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pv6246, January 19, 2012 (view all comments by pv6246)
Cookbooks are an under-rated literary genre. I'm talking about those treasured tomes that explore the story behind the amazing kugel recipe from Grandma Silverman, that explain in delicious detail why So-and-So's uncle's green chile sauce is the best for chicken enchiladas, bar none. And, the photos. Lovingly arranged step-by-step photo essays recounting the transformation of simple ingredientes-flour, butter, apples--into that amazing galette that *anyone* could make...well, that is food porn at its best.

Mother's Best is my idea of great fireside reading--with the oven pre-heating to 350 degrees--precisely because it shares the stories behind the artfully unpretentious comfort food served at Mother's restaurant in downtown PDX. I've tried about half the recipes in the book so far, with not one disappointing result. If you're idea of a good time is poring over great recipes, then strapping on that apron and going for it, then get Mother's Best. And try the meatballs.

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krismcgrail, January 14, 2010 (view all comments by krismcgrail)
I am looking forward to purchasing this book for my daughter Kate. She is looking forward to owning it, as you can see on her husband's blog: jrhoosierdaddy.blogspot.com Please enter me for your gift card, as you will read on their blog, this gift card would be the best birthday present for them at this time in their lives!!! kris
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George Voorhes Jr, January 8, 2010 (view all comments by George Voorhes Jr)
I love this book. As did my mother and both of my sisters... who received copies from me for xmas. What an absolute joy to read!! The photographs are as rich and delicious as the food described in the wonderful recipes. I adore the Love Notes that are scattered throughout the book, explaining process and techniques. It's like having your mother over your shoulder... telling HOW to do it -- not just what ingredients to add. I can't wait to make the Pot Roast and Chocolate Chubbies. If there is 1 cookbook you buy this year, there is no reason to look at another. You will LOVE this.
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Daniel Cook, January 8, 2010 (view all comments by Daniel Cook)
I love to read cook books, but I don't buy many. This one, written by a local lady, has the food I enjoy: comfort foods which use everyday ingredients. After reading through her recipes, I can't wait to visit the restaurant! (Mother's Bistro, downtown Portland.)
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Product Details

ISBN:
9781600850172
Author:
Schroeder, Lisa
Publisher:
Taunton Press
With:
Centoni, Danielle
Photographer:
Silverman, Ellen
Author:
Schroeder, Lisa Golden
Author:
Danielle, Centoni
Author:
Danielle
Author:
Lisa, Schroeder
Author:
Lisa
Author:
Centoni, Danielle
Author:
Centroni, Danielle
Subject:
Regional & Ethnic - International
Subject:
Cookery, International
Subject:
Mother's Bistro & Bar
Subject:
International
Subject:
Cooking and Food-International General
Subject:
General Cooking
Copyright:
Edition Description:
Print PDF
Publication Date:
20091131
Binding:
HARDCOVER
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Y
Pages:
400
Dimensions:
9 x 7.75 x 1.44 in 2.59 lb

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Product details 400 pages Taunton Press - English 9781600850172 Reviews:
"Review" by , "Beautifully and warmly photographed, this cookbook is about real, delicious, home-cooked food."
"Review" by , "Lisa always cooks with love, and this book really captures that warmth and care. The approachable recipes and tips here will find a place in every mom's kitchen."
"Review" by , "For years Lisa Schroeder has been 'mothering' her customers at Mother's Bistro with her nurturing and delicious dishes.... Her recipes and stories in Mother's Best will not disappoint."
"Review" by , "Don't assume that all this maternal instinct spells stodgy food: Inside this book a smart, trained chef is at work."
"Synopsis" by , There's nothing like a home-cooked meal made with love, which is just what Lisa Schroeder serves in her wildly popular Portland, Oregon, restaurant, Mother's Bistro & Bar. The menu is filled with comfort food that fills the stomach and the soul. And Lisa has invited mothers from all over America and the world - Hungary, Peru, Ireland, Greece, Spain, France, India, and Italy - to add their hearty and heartfelt dishes to her customers tables. Bursting with both kitchen and life wisdom, Mother's Best gathers 175 inviting recipes that range from appetizers, soups, and salads to main courses, sides, breakfast foods, sandwiches, and desserts and baked goods. Mother's Best is the cookbook for those who yearn for uncomplicated and uncommonly good food straight from mother's oven.
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