Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Kvelling With Pride Over Sweet 16th's Turn in Williams-Sonoma Cookbook

Posted By on Tue, Feb 1, 2011 at 5:24 AM

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Nashville's Sweet 16th joins a distinguished company of bakers and restaurateurs who have dishes featured in the forthcoming book Williams-Sonoma Breakfast Comforts by the very prolific cookbook author Rick Rodgers.
Sweet 16th proprietor Dan Einstein explains that Ellen Einstein worked with Rodgers in food styling years ago, and that on a visit to Nashville and Sweet 16th he loved the Grittata, a baked square of grits, eggs, cheese, portobellos and tomato, as swoony as Jim Ridley found them when he picked them them for Best of Nashville.

Sweet 16th is one of 16 "breakfast restaurants" that get feature treatment in the book, including
Daily Cafe in Portland, Ore.; Atlanta's Highland Bakery; Jack's Firehouse in Philadelphia; Hot Chocolate in Chicago, Ruby Slipper in New Orleans; and Hominy Grill in Charleston, S.C.

You know you want that recipe, and Einstein says that although the editors initially believed the Grittata recipe wouldn't work, after testing, they found it worked exactly as written.

The book will be available for purchase from the Williams-Sonoma catalog and stores on Feb. 15 and in other outlets April 20.

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