By Christine Moore
Hardcover | $25.00
ebook | $9.99
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HOME COOKING FROM A BELOVED CALIFORNIA CAFE
First, Christine Moore took the country by storm with her amazing sea-salt caramels. Next, she created the intimate Little Flower café in Pasadena, where fans flock for her fresh, vibrant, abundantly flavorful food. Now she has written the cookbook her fans have been waiting for. Each recipe is short, simple, gorgeously photographed, and profoundly satisfying. This is everyday cooking for busy people who care deeply about what they eat: soups, tarts, salads, quiches, sandwiches, and glorious desserts.
Christine Moore is the owner of the Little Flower Candy Co., and the chef/owner of the Little Flower café in Pasadena, California. A pastry chef who trained in Paris and Los Angeles, Moore left the professional kitchen to have children and fell into candy making. Thirteen years later, she sells her candy nationwide and has developed a passionate following for her simple, exceptionally flavorful food at the cafe.
ALSO BY CHRISTINE MOORE
Little Flower Baking
With Cecilia Leung
Hardcover ISBN 978-1-938849-60-2
ebook ISBN 978-1-938849-75-6
PRAISE FOR LITTLE FLOWER
One of Food52’s 16 Best Cookbooks of 2012—a Piglet finalist!
“We’re set to prepare and devour everything in it.” —Wall Street Journal
“This is a terrific book.” — Los Angeles Times
“You can’t always have Christine Moore around to explain her perfect blood orange tarts, but Little Flower may be close enough.”
— Jonathan Gold, Pulitzer Prize–winning food writer for the Los Angeles Times
“A charming cookbook that needs to be left in the kitchen, not on the bookcase. The recipes are so clearly written and so fun—you just know they’re going to turn out good.”
— Nancy Silverton, chef/owner of Mozza, founder of La Brea Bakery, and author of many cookbooks
See other raves about the book in David Lebovitz’s Living the Sweet Life in Paris, TimeOut LA, Los Angeles Magazine, New Jersey Monthly, SimplePretty.com, and beyond!