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Breakfast Comforts (Williams-Sonoma): With Enticing Recipes for the Morning, including Favorite Dishes from Restaurants Around the Country [Hardcover]

Rick Rodgers , Maren Caruso
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Book Description

June 7 2011
Savor the best part of the day.
Wake up to gooey cinnamon rolls fresh from the oven, spiced apple pancakes dripping with golden syrup, delicately poached eggs lavished with lemony hollandaise, or thick slices of sizzling maple-glazed bacon. All these recipes and over 100 others can be found in this, the only cookbook you’ll ever need to make your mornings spectacular.


In Breakfast Comforts, celebrated cookbook author Rick Rodgers shares his favorite tried-and-true recipes for the morning meal, along with a collection of mouthwatering dishes from beloved breakfast and brunch restaurants across the country. Peppered with Rodgers’ nostalgic, personal tales, it also includes engaging stories behind the featured restaurants and the signature dishes that have made them so popular.

Over 100 recipes will satisfy any breakfast craving, whether you prefer a sweet or savory start to the day. Showcasing American regional cuisine, the restaurant recipes include decadent cheese and berry blintzes from New York; chile-laced migas from the Southwest; crab cake Benedict from the Pacific Northwest; and the lightest, flakiest biscuits—with plenty of hearty sausage gravy on the side—from the American South. You’ll also find recipes for all the classics, such as butter- and syrup-drenched waffles; marmalade-stuffed French toast; scrambled eggs bursting with herbs and tomatoes; crispy corned beef hash; and sticky caramel-pecan rolls. Wake up to gooey cinnamon rolls fresh from the oven, spiced apple pancakes dripping with golden syrup, delicately poached eggs lavished with lemony hollandaise, or thick slices of sizzling maple-glazed bacon.

No matter what you’re in the mood for, you’ll find inspiration for every palate and every occasion, from a casual family breakfast to a lazy Sunday brunch with friends, in this ultimate collection of comfort-food breakfasts.

Restaurants and recipes featured are:

San Francisco
Universal Cafe
http://www.universalcafe.net/
2814 19th Street, San Francisco, CA 94110
Tel: 415-821-4608
Email: universalcafe@sbcglobal.net
Chef/Owner: Leslie Carr Avalos
Recipe: flatbread breakfast pizza

Los Angeles
Blu Jam Cafe
www.blujamcafe.com
7371 Melrose Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90046
Tel: 323-951-9191
Chef/Owner: Kamil Majer (kamil@blujamcafe.com)
Recipe: breakfast quesadilla

Austin
Kerbey Lane Cafe
http://www.kerbeylanecafe.com/
Main Office: 2111 Dickson Dr. Suite A., Austin, TX. 78704
Tel: 512-447-3767
Central Location: 3704 Kerbey Lane, Austin, TX 78731
Tel: 512-451-1436
Recipe: migas

Portland
Daily Cafe (3 locations)
www.dailycafeinthepearl.com
Daily cafe in the Pearl:
902 NW 13th Ave, Portland, Oregon 97209
Tel: (503) 242-1916
Email: dailyinthepearl@mac.com
Recipe: whole wheat pancakes with berry compote

Miami
Michael’s Genuine Food & Drink
http://www.michaelsgenuine.com/miami
Recipe: white chocolate scones with lemon curd

New York
Sarabeth’s -- www.sarabeth.com
Recipe: blintzes

Atlanta
Highland Bakery
www.highlandbakery.com
655 Highland Ave NE # Ne3
Atlanta, GA 30312-1464
Tel: (404) 586-0772
Owner: Stacey Eames (stacey@highlandbakery.com)
Recipe: Sweet potato & pecan pancakes

Philadelphia
Jack's Firehouse
www.jacksfirehouse.com
2130 Fairmount Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19130
Tel: 215-232-9000
Email: mick@jacksfirehouse.com
Recipe: cheesesteak omelet

Seattle
Portage Bay Cafe (3 locations)
www.portagebaycafe.com
Roosevelt: 4130 Roosevelt Way NE, Seattle 98105
Tel: 206.547.8230
South Lake Union: 391 Terry Ave N, Seattle 98109
Tel: 206.462.6400
General Managers: Susan Ritchie (susan@portagebaycafe.com) and Jeff Smith (jeff@portagebaycafe.com)
Executive Chef: Justin Newstrum (justin@portagebaycafe.com)
Recipe: Dungeness crab benedict

Nashville
Sweet 16th – A Bakery
http://www.sweet16th.com/
Recipe: grittata casserole

Minneapolis
Hell's Kitchen
www.hellskitcheninc.com
80 South 9th St.
Tel: 612.332.4700
Owner: Mitch Omer (Mitch@HellsKitchenInc.com)
Advertising: Cynthia Gerdes (Cyn@HellsKitchenInc.com)
Recipe: Caramel-pecan rolls

Denver
Snooze Eatery (3 locations)
www.snoozeeatery.com
2260 Larimer St., Denver, CO 80205
Tel: 303.297.0700
Recipe: Corned beef hash
Chicago
HotChocolate
Recipe: Monkey bread with orange glaze

New Orleans
The Ruby Slipper
Recipe: BBQ shrimp and grits

Santa Fe
Cafe Pasqual's
Recipe: Homefries with green and red chile sauce

Charleston
Hominy Grill
Recipe: Hi-Rise Biscuits with sausage gravy

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About the Author

Rick Rodgers is an award-winning cookbook author, cooking teacher, food writer, and radio and television guest chef whose infectious love of good food reaches countless cooks every day. He is the author or coauthor of ten Williams-Sonoma titles, among them Comfort Food and Essentials of Roasting. He has also written numerous other cookbooks on a wide range of subjects, including the best-selling Thanksgiving 101 and Fondue, and IACP Cookbook Award nominees The Carefree Cook and Kaffeehaus. His recipes have appeared in Food & Wine, Cooking Light, and Fine Cooking, and he is a frequent contributor to Bon Appétit magazine.

Maren Caruso, based in San Francisco, has photographed over 50 cookbooks, including Williams-Sonoma Cheese, Cooking from the Farmers’ Market, and several titles in the Williams-Sonoma Collection series, as well as Chocolate Obsession, the winner of an IACP best food photography award. Her photographs have also appeared in Saveur, Gourmet, and Food & Wine magazines.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Amazing mouth-watering must-have book! Nov. 3 2011
By Stella
When I first layed eyes on this book, my mouth watered. This book is for anyone who loves Brunch food, a some sweet dishes, savoury dishes. The book includes pancake recipes, egg recipes, waffles, french toast your usual breakfast ones as well as some more unique ones. Lots of recipes almost all with photos (which I think all recipe books need!). The photos are gorgeous and the layout looks great. I made 2 of the recipes so far: the one on the cover, which is Eggs Blackstone with roasted tomatoes and the other is Baked eggs with Spinach and Prosciutto. Both turned out as nice as the photo. Instructions were clear and concise. I love this book. Can't wait until I make another recipe.
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5.0 out of 5 stars FABULOUS !!! Aug. 20 2011
By Deborrah Cochrum - Published on Amazon.com
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I have hundreds of cookbooks and I love breakfast as does my family. If I had to narrow down which cookbook I would keep as my go to for breakfast recipes this would be the one. The instructions are clear and concise, not hard to follow, so whether you are an experienced cook or novice, you can follow these recipes. The photos (which I always like in any cookbook, I want to know what it should look like when I am finished), are spectacular. You eat with your eyes and these pictures will inspire you to try your hand at the recipe offerings. I have made several of the recipes for my family, Eggs Blackstone (featured on the cover), Huevos Rancheros, Cinnamon Rolls, Apple Fritters, etc ... all of them turned out perfectly and all I had to do was follow the recipe (I always follow the recipe to the letter the first time before I tweak anything ... these didn't need any tweaking, it was that good). The cookbook is organized nicely into breakfast categories so if you are looking for egg dishes, sides, from the griddle, sweets, it is there for you and easy to find. The ingredients used aren't exotic, you should be able to find what you need in your local grocery store. Truly a treasure trove of recipes that will delight your palette and range from sophisicated to just fun !
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Breakfast Comforts by Rick Rodgers Aug. 7 2011
By J. Lew - Published on Amazon.com
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Williams-Sonoma Breakfast Comforts by Rick Rodgers is the best breakfast cookbook I have ever purchased. Not only are the recipes amazing, all the photos in the book are equally inviting. The restaurant recipes are fantastic too. It makes me want to hurry out of my warm bed to whip up one of the featured breakfasts. I cannot say enough about how pleased I am with this book. It should be on the best sellers list, if not already!
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Lives up to its title June 14 2011
By D. Bennett - Published on Amazon.com
Breakfast Comforts definitely lives up to the title. How scrumptious the recipes are (and the pictures, you'll salivate just looking at them). My husband and I are big breakfast fans, we'll eat it for dinner. I recommend the blueberry muffin recipe. Delicious! I bought this at Williams Sonoma retail store for full price and it was worth it, but it is discounted on Amazon so that is even better.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Best Ever. Oct. 27 2012
By nebraska15 - Published on Amazon.com
I love this cookbook! Ingredients are normal things you would have in the pantry or buy at the store, steps are easy to follow, pictures make everything look delicious! So far I have tried the potato pancakes, caramel rolls, applesauce, buttermilk pancakes, and waffles. Everything has been a "make it again" success. Highly recommend!
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars yum! July 8 2011
By N. Jacobs - Published on Amazon.com
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This is a really well written recipe book with wonderful pictures. I have made the cherry turnovers and the banana bread, and have gotten rave reviews. Simple ingredients, that are easy to find. Highly recommend.
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