STAR FOOD REVISITEDTravis-Henikoff, Carole A.
272 pp.; 6x8.75; Illustrated; paper.
Anyone who has sampled Carole Henikoff's food realizes nothing could taste so good without some secret ingredients. After reading this book, I now know there are only two of them and both are invisible. The first is common sense. With its wonderfully accessible recipes, Star Food Revisited is a perfect primer for people, young or old. The second secret ingredient is love: Love of feeding and nurturing, love of cooking itself and the love that helped her remember everything she was taught by her remarkable chef-father. Share it. There's plenty to go around in this living memoir."William Rice, food and wine columnist, Chicago Tribune