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Every once in a while, a cookbook comes along that simply knocks me out. Their book is filled with wonderful tips about life and baking but what inspires me most is that I want to make every single recipe in this book! – Ina Garten

"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 & Café. This irresistible cookbook collects more than 115 recipes and more than 150 color photographs, including how-to sequences 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 quiche). 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.

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"From the ingenious Tips and Secrets at the beginning to the Apologies (instead of acknowledgments) at the end, this bright, funny, sumptuous collection of (mostly) breakfasts and pastries, conjures the happy morning you imagine eating this food. Zoe Nathan''s love for rustic, delicious food pours forth from the pages. Already a staple in my house." - Gwyneth Paltrow, actress, lifestyle guru, and author of It''s All Good

"What I love most about Zoe is that she''s neither afraid to be too casual nor too picky about the final product and somehow manage to find a hilarious balance amidst the madness, like a true teacher. From one down-home American baker to another, her balance of creating from the humored heart and nurturing soul is one that is instinctual and inspiring. "- Christina Tosi, chef/owner and founder of Momofuku Milk Bar and author of Momofuku Milk Bar

"...a breakfast book that has you cheering for Nathan and her story and her food before its first recipe; you''ll be hugging it, unironically, by the end. It''s full of photos that toe the food porn-line but dismount squarely on the classy side, Mary Lou Retton-Style. Her recipes feel familiar (many a muffin, scone, cake, fruity baked thing, and brunchy egg dish), but they''re somehow more. They are unfussy but still special, still at home in a book whose fore-edge design is a bright canary yellow with white polka dots." - food52

"Every once in a while, a cookbook comes along that simply knocks me out. The new book...is from L.A.-based wife and husband team Zoe Nathan and Josh Loeb, who own Huckleberry Bakery and Café in Santa Monica, as well as Milo Olive, Sweet Rose Creamery, and Rustic Canyon. Their book is filled with wonderful tips about life and baking but what inspires me most is that I want to make every single recipe in this book! The beautiful photographs draw you in and the recipes are both rustic and elegant- plus, they''re easy to make. Next for me, Baked Apples with Oat Crumble - the ultimate comfort food with a modern twist!" -- Ina Garten, The Barefoot Contessa

"[Nathan''s] first cookbook covers foods from Huckleberry, both sweet and savory, healthy and indulgent. It also happens to boast possibly the most drool-worthy cover of all 2014 releases, shot by photographer/blogger Matt Armendariz." - Eater

"Huckleberry by Zoe Nathan is an all-around stunning book. From the immaculate food photography to the craving-inducing recipes to the yellow polka-dot pattern adorning the pages, Huckleberry is everything you could hope for in a bakery cookbook - and then some. Nathan''s witty stories bring you right into the heart of her kitchen, and it''s easy to feel like she''s unlocked her bakery doors for you and invited you in for a tour." - FoodNetwork.com

"Filled with entertaining behind-the-scenes stories and technical tips relayed in plain English, this cookbook will thrill meticulous bakers and Huckleberry''s devotees." - Library Journal

"This book is Zoe''s uber-personal and uber-delicious celebration of her passion and love for cooking and baking. I want to eat every gorgeous recipe and play hooky in her kitchen (especially if I can stay for staff meal)! - Suzanne Goin, chef/restaurateur and author of The A.O.C. Cookbook and Sunday Suppers at Lucques

"Here you''ll find a hearty helping of Zoe Nathan''s generous approach to baking-a rare balance of comfort and craft with attitude."- Chad Robertson, co-owner of Tartine Bakery and author of TARTINE BOOK NO. 3

"I love what Zoe Nathan has crafted at Huckleberry, from the ridiculously delicious salted caramel squares to the Brisket Hash. An extraordinary bakery-one of my favorites-and now a delicious book, too."-Elijah Wood, actor

About the Author

Zoe Nathan and Josh Loeb are the Santa Monica–based wife-and-husband team who own and operate Huckleberry Bakery & Café, Milo & Olive, Sweet Rose Creamery, and Rustic Canyon.

Matt Armendariz is a Los Angeles–based photographer.

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Amanda J. Smith
2.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
I was stoked to get this cookbook because I also trust Ina (and love Elijah Wood
Reviewed in the United States on March 22, 2016
I''m a professional baker. I''m always dumbfounded people review cookbooks without having tried a single recipe. So I wanted to try a few before reviewing. We use adapted recipes from a variety of different cookbooks everyday at the bakery where I work. I was stoked to get... See more
I''m a professional baker. I''m always dumbfounded people review cookbooks without having tried a single recipe. So I wanted to try a few before reviewing. We use adapted recipes from a variety of different cookbooks everyday at the bakery where I work. I was stoked to get this cookbook because I also trust Ina (and love Elijah Wood!), and the fact that Zoe trained at Tartine which is all the rage right now... But sadly, something is way off with these recipes. The chocolate chunk muffins are NOT okay. The chocolate glazed donuts were a disaster. Soggy fried mess. (We make donuts at the store every Sunday). The maple bacon biscuits were flavorful but pretty dense. They were scones really. (Yes, I know how to make a biscuit and the count was super off for what they said to make). Two stars rather than one because I do love the stories. They did a good job making it personal, a real glimpse into a bakery. And the lemon cornmeal cake came out perfect. The hippie apple muffins were good. Also know that the muffin recipes that do come out are like birthday cake rather than a muffin texture. I''m not sure if they use flours with different moisture content and they''re not super up front about that. I don''t know. But I don''t have disasters with Ina''s recipes. Ever. I''ve not had any disasters like this in a long time. With that said, I''m sure everything at the actual bakery is delicious. But aside from the lemon cornmeal I am super bummed with these recipes.
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Aniseh Kadivar
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Lovely but has errors
Reviewed in the United States on September 19, 2014
Even though this book is lovely and has a lot of amazing recipes I can''t wait to try, there are some errors. For the blueberry brioche (pg. 108) the weight measurement does not correctly correspond to the volume measurement. It calls for 1 cup + 2 Tbsp of AP flour and... See more
Even though this book is lovely and has a lot of amazing recipes I can''t wait to try, there are some errors. For the blueberry brioche (pg. 108) the weight measurement does not correctly correspond to the volume measurement. It calls for 1 cup + 2 Tbsp of AP flour and equates that to 280 grams. That''s incorrect. Same mistake is done for the bread flour (1 cup + 2 Tbsp does not equal 280 grams). I always follow weight measurements, I wish I had checked the volume measurement prior to doing so. It was a dry disaster, wasting over 4 cups of flour and 4 eggs.

1 cup + 2 Tbsp is about 140 grams. I made it over using 140 grams of AP flour and 140 grams of bread flour and it worked. Check recipes prior to starting to ensure weight and volume measurements equate.

I also wish there was perhaps a little more explanation for temperatures. Should eggs be brought to room temperature? And how warm is slightly warm milk? Type-A personality kicking in here. Just some minor issues, but overall lovely book. Glad I purchased it. Can''t wait to try some other recipes. Hope this helps!
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Krysti Mackey
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The chocolate chunk muffins look beautiful in the book
Reviewed in the United States on July 9, 2015
Wow. I was so excited about this book. The chocolate chunk muffins look beautiful in the book, so I decided to make them this morning. Twice. The first time, I followed the recipe to an absolute T. The results were nothing less than disastrous. (I posted a picture... See more
Wow. I was so excited about this book. The chocolate chunk muffins look beautiful in the book, so I decided to make them this morning. Twice. The first time, I followed the recipe to an absolute T. The results were nothing less than disastrous. (I posted a picture below. This was after I had to remove half the batter from the muffin cups because of the overflow.) I make hundreds of muffins a week, and have never seen results like this. I decided to try again because I was determined to have chocolate chunk muffins. This time, I used half the amount of yogurt, and did not use a mixer like the recipe says to do. They turned out better, but still sunk in the middle. The taste was decent, but they looked terrible. The texture is super light and airy, not dense like you would expect from a muffin. Waste of money on the book, and on ingredients. Now I am to afraid to try anything else in the book. Ridiculous.
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Dusya4
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Such a gorgeous and inspiring book but results are so very disappointing
Reviewed in the United States on June 28, 2016
I have to agree with other reviewers who have expressed frustration with this book. When I first got it, I started baking like a madwoman. I baked the blueberry cornmeal cake, raspberry walnut scones, blueberry buttermilk scones, banana muffins, chocolate chunk muffins,... See more
I have to agree with other reviewers who have expressed frustration with this book. When I first got it, I started baking like a madwoman. I baked the blueberry cornmeal cake, raspberry walnut scones, blueberry buttermilk scones, banana muffins, chocolate chunk muffins, whole wheat pair cake, and roasted peaches with nut crumble. My rate of success with these recipes was abysmal, the worst of any baking cookbook I own (and I own many).

The cakes and muffins have good flavor but I found all of them to be too greasy; the muffins had little pools of grease inside the cupcake liners. Also, they all fall after being pulled out of the oven, creating a depression in the center - I don''t like that in cakes, but especially not in muffins, and especially not when the photos show perfectly rounded, gorgeous muffin tops. I tried baking them on the convection setting,which helped a little but not to the extent I was hoping. I did find a post by a blogger who suggested increasing slightly the amount of flour and that did help with this issue, but I shouldn''t need to figure out how to adjust a published recipe to make it work as expected. The raspberry walnut scones were very crumbly and gritty, though again had pretty good flavor. The only recipe I really liked from this book was for the roasted peaches.

There are also inconsistencies in volume to weight conversions. For example the apple cinnamon crumble muffins recipe specifies 1/2 cup/40g of rolled oats (implying 80g per cup), the recipe for banana chocolate silver dollars specifies 1/4 cup/15 g of rolled oats (implying 30g per cup) and the recipe for granola specifies 4 cups/200g rolled oats (implying 50g per cup). Three recipes, three different weight conversions. Well I measured out a cup of rolled oats and weighed it and it came out to about 90g, So what measurement should I rely on when baking from Huckleberry, volume or weight?

This book has so much potential but something went very wrong in the publishing process. I want to give Ms. Nathan the benefit of the doubt that these recipes were tested but I''m having trouble suspending disbelief when so many readers are experiencing issues baking from this book.
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Liz
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Beautiful book, tasty recipes, but something is off.
Reviewed in the United States on November 13, 2014
I love this cookbook, and I wanted SO BADLY for everything to turn out perfectly. I''m no novice baker and have had no problem putting together any of the recipes I have tried so far, but several of them have fallen flat (sometimes literally!). While delicious, a teacake... See more
I love this cookbook, and I wanted SO BADLY for everything to turn out perfectly. I''m no novice baker and have had no problem putting together any of the recipes I have tried so far, but several of them have fallen flat (sometimes literally!). While delicious, a teacake recipe was under-done despite me over baking by 10 minutes and a cake tester coming out clean (my oven runs at the correct temperature) and a muffin recipe baked up completely flat. Since I was making these recipes for the first time, I followed the recipe to a T and double checked all measurements beforehand. The taste was spot-on and delicious, but the presentation was underwhelming, and having to cut the ends off of a teacake to munch on while throwing away the center was quite depressing. I''m able to adjust the recipes accordingly of course, but when wanting them to turn out on the first try, but I shouldn''t have to do that with a relatively pricey cookbook from a well-known author/bakery. I even try to bake by given weights instead of measurements, since certain things like flour often measure up differently in cups vs. scale weight. I''m hoping the yeast recipes bake up closer to the intended result, because they look lovely! I''ll report back once I bake my way through this book. Still crossing my fingers for a few less failures and more successes!
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CLD
2.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
A Beautiful but VERY Flawed Cookbook
Reviewed in the United States on July 24, 2016
This a beautiful but VERY flawed cookbook. Did you ever have a relative or friend who would alter recipes before giving them out to other people? And after the first thing comes out terribly, you think that perhaps you''re just not as good of a baker as Aunt Gladys, but... See more
This a beautiful but VERY flawed cookbook. Did you ever have a relative or friend who would alter recipes before giving them out to other people? And after the first thing comes out terribly, you think that perhaps you''re just not as good of a baker as Aunt Gladys, but after the same thing happens with three or four recipes, you know something else is up? That''s what using this book feels like.

Every baked item I''ve tried in this book has come out slightly off. Today I tried the "black and blue" oat bars (p. 160) and the amount of crust the recipe calls for was ridiculously thick, at least double what I probably needed, and at least double the thickness in the accompanying (very beautiful) picture. The recipe called for an 8x8 dish and it all barely fit in there. I''ve also tried the apple hand pies, which came out a greasy, overly sweet disaster, and some muffins that were really greasy and never rose properly. I''ve also found that a lot of the recipes come out salty. The recipes also are more complicated than the usual recipe, which is fine, but it''s not always clear until you get deep into the recipe, and then you figure out that there''s a required 1-hour refrigeration step, or something like that.

I also found the vignettes about the restaurant to be very strange. They all seem to follow a pattern: 1) Some incompetent person in Ms. Nathan''s kitchen does something wrong; 2) Ms. Nathan arrives and gets annoyed; 3) Ms. Nathan saves the day. I doubt her staff was thrilled with the way they were portrayed in the book!

The reason I am not giving this book one star is because I have learned a lot about multi-grain combinations from it and it''s encouraged me to try new grains and additions to my normal routine. The multi-grain pancake recipe is almost worth buying the book for alone. And luckily, since it''s a very flexible and forgiving recipe, if there''s an error in it, it''s not apparent. But don''t get your hopes up with the other recipes in the book. Not worth the time, expense, and frustration!
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Zach
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Hit or Miss but some great inspiration
Reviewed in the United States on August 26, 2020
I’ve always been a fan of the restaurant and the pastries are generally out of this world delicious. But sadly this cookbook won’t help you recreate some of those delicious sweets. I’d have to agree with other reviewers about the mistakes. They are unforgivable and... See more
I’ve always been a fan of the restaurant and the pastries are generally out of this world delicious. But sadly this cookbook won’t help you recreate some of those delicious sweets. I’d have to agree with other reviewers about the mistakes. They are unforgivable and clearly no one tested the recipes otherwise you would assume they would have been caught in the editing process.

With all of that said, I’ve made A LOT of the recipes from the book. I’m a seasoned baker and sometimes professional chef so I detected the errors as I was going along.

Some of my takeaways -

The pie dough recipes are good, especially the whole wheat. However, there is no way you are ever going to get the dough to come together with a 1/4 cup of water. Pure fantasy. I’ve made the regular dough over 200 times. I’ve settled on 1/2 cup of water.

The Apple hand pie recipe. Loved the idea. The recipe isn’t even close to helpful. You’ll need to cook the apples for 4-6 hours. There’s no way to make apple butter in one hour. As for the dough rolling instructions, I forget what dimensions the book says to roll the dough out to, but it’s wrong. It mathematically doesn’t even add up. Like how do you divide 11 by 3 kind of none sense. Roll out the dough to 10x12. You’ll get six rectangles. That’s all the recipe makes anyways. So after you cook the apples for 6 hours and adjust the dough, you’re nearly to a hand pie recipe. The other thing you want is for the dough to be relatively warm. If it’s at all cold, it will crack like nothing else when folding over and you’ll end up with sad little flat pieces of dough and apple butter all over a sheet pan. The dough needs to be supple for this. I’ve used this same method to make rhubarb hand pies and it was great.

There are generally fewer mistakes in the savory sections and the cornbread recipe is wonderful.

That’s the thing about this cookbook, it’s very hit or miss, but there is plenty of inspiration.
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Jonathan Collins
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Not worth the effort
Reviewed in the United States on June 8, 2017
It''s a beautiful book. And there are some good recipes. But if you read enough of the 1 star reviews you''ll quickly realize that this book has enough inexcusable errors to make it not worth the effort. I''ve made a few recipes with success, and a few with failure. My latest... See more
It''s a beautiful book. And there are some good recipes. But if you read enough of the 1 star reviews you''ll quickly realize that this book has enough inexcusable errors to make it not worth the effort. I''ve made a few recipes with success, and a few with failure. My latest attempt was the banana poppy seed muffins (which others online seem to have had issues with), and by the end it was just a massive disappointment that couldn''t be saved. I love the pretty pictures of this book, and the recipe concepts sound great... But I''m not gonna be wasting another evening of my life on a recipe that has a reasonable probability of turning out horribly.
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Dee
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Five Stars
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 17, 2016
Excellent book, worth it!!
Excellent book, worth it!!
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Lia
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Another great cookbook
Reviewed in Canada on February 2, 2020
Another great baking book to add to my collection. I love how it has both sweet and bread recipes as well as the sandwiches and meals she offers at her bakery. This is one of the first books that I took the time to read everything the author wrote, and I feel like I worked...See more
Another great baking book to add to my collection. I love how it has both sweet and bread recipes as well as the sandwiches and meals she offers at her bakery. This is one of the first books that I took the time to read everything the author wrote, and I feel like I worked there with her, and knew exactly what annoys her. Would recommend
Another great baking book to add to my collection. I love how it has both sweet and bread recipes as well as the sandwiches and meals she offers at her bakery. This is one of the first books that I took the time to read everything the author wrote, and I feel like I worked there with her, and knew exactly what annoys her. Would recommend
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RD
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Just love it
Reviewed in India on September 11, 2020
OMG!!! It arrived and dam I’m in love with the book... has all the recipes I ever wanted to try. Just waited for the lockdown to ease up so I could finally order my copy... just too excited
OMG!!! It arrived and dam I’m in love with the book... has all the recipes I ever wanted to try. Just waited for the lockdown to ease up so I could finally order my copy... just too excited
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Deandra
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Just go ahead and add this one to your cart...
Reviewed in Canada on October 24, 2014
This is by far the best cookbook I have ever owned. I would highly recommend it to anyone who has a love for hosting brunch and indulging in some pretty incredible pastries. Zoe Nathan is one of the most charming people ever, she writes the most honest depiction of what...See more
This is by far the best cookbook I have ever owned. I would highly recommend it to anyone who has a love for hosting brunch and indulging in some pretty incredible pastries. Zoe Nathan is one of the most charming people ever, she writes the most honest depiction of what it''s like to work in a bakery and manages to make you laugh (and salivate over her incredible recipes!) on every page! Her stories are just as good as her recipes. Every recipe comes with add-ins or substitutions to try and she encourages you to try new things with the recipe for yourself as well. I have only had this book for a short while and I have already tackled a good amount of the recipes..all of which are fantastic and for the most part pretty simple to make. Do yourself a favour and get yourself a copy, you won''t regret it.
This is by far the best cookbook I have ever owned. I would highly recommend it to anyone who has a love for hosting brunch and indulging in some pretty incredible pastries. Zoe Nathan is one of the most charming people ever, she writes the most honest depiction of what it''s like to work in a bakery and manages to make you laugh (and salivate over her incredible recipes!) on every page! Her stories are just as good as her recipes. Every recipe comes with add-ins or substitutions to try and she encourages you to try new things with the recipe for yourself as well. I have only had this book for a short while and I have already tackled a good amount of the recipes..all of which are fantastic and for the most part pretty simple to make. Do yourself a favour and get yourself a copy, you won''t regret it.
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Le meilleur livre pour apprendre et appliquer.
Reviewed in Canada on December 14, 2019
C’est si bien expliqué. On comprend tout le travail de la pâte et ce pour chaque type de pain. De très beau et bon résultats dans ma cuisine depuis!
C’est si bien expliqué. On comprend tout le travail de la pâte et ce pour chaque type de pain. De très beau et bon résultats dans ma cuisine depuis!
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