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The Wednesday Chef cooks her heart out, finds her way home, and shares her recipes with us It takes courage to turn your life upside down, especially when everyone is telling you how lucky you are. But sometimes what seems right can feel deeply wrong. My Berlin Kitchentells the story of how one thoroughly confused, kitchen-mad perfectionist broke off her engagement to a handsome New Yorker, quit her dream job, and found her way to a new life, a new man, and a new home in Berlin-one recipe at a time. Luisa Weiss grew up with a divided heart, shuttling back and forth between her father in Boston and her Italian mother in Berlin. She was always yearning for home-until she found a new home in the kitchen. Luisa started clipping recipes in college and was a cookbook editor in New York when she decided to bake, roast, and stew her way through her by then unwieldy collection over the course of one tumultuous year. The blog she wrote to document her adventures in (and out) of the kitchen, The Wednesday Chef, soon became a sensation. But she never stopped hankering for Berlin. Luisa will seduce you with her stories of foraging for plums in abandoned orchards, battling with white asparagus at the tail end of the season, orchestrating a three-family Thanksgiving in Berlin, and mending her broken heart with batches (and batches) of impossible German Christmas cookies. Fans of her award-winning blog will know the happy ending, but anyone who enjoyed Julie and Juliawill laugh and cheer and cook alongside Luisa as she takes us into her heart and tells us how she gave up everything only to find love waiting where she least expected it.
Luisa Weiss was born in West Berlin and spent her childhood between Berlin and Boston. She started The Wednesday Chef, an award-winning food blog, in 2005. She has worked as a cookbook editor in Paris and New York and now lives in Berlin with her husband, Max.
Table of Contents
|Introduction: A Strange Little Island||p. 1|
|I Never Want to Leave||p. 9|
|The Apple of His Eye||p. 13|
|A Distant Memory||p. 20|
|An Unfair Advantage||p. 25|
|My Sicilian Uncle||p. 33|
|The Matter of Breakfast||p. 41|
|Depression Stew||p. 46|
|At First Sight||p. 54|
|Not At All Ready||p. 61|
|I Fell Hard and Fast||p. 69|
|The Wednesday Chef||p. 77|
|So Easy||p. 84|
|A Divided Heart||p. 91|
|Everything You Could Ever Want||p. 97|
|It Shook Me Awake||p. 106|
|Eating for Heartbreak||p. 116|
|A Solemn Oath||p. 121|
|I Believe It Now||p. 127|
|Leap and the Net Will Appear||p. 136|
|A Chorus of Thousands||p. 143|
|Crossroads of the World||p. 148|
|Not for the Faint of Heart||p. 155|
|Light and Sparkle||p. 163|
|That Sacred Space||p. 169|
|Bitter Greens||p. 179|
|Breaking the Spell||p. 187|
|Yearning with a Vengeance||p. 192|
|I'll Get It Right Next Time||p. 198|
|I Decide to Be Brave||p. 207|
|Friends and Neighbors||p. 213|
|We've Come a Long Way||p. 222|
|Turning Up the Heat||p. 229|
|Such Abundance||p. 234|
|Stunningly Complete||p. 239|
|The Happiest Man in the World||p. 247|
|Thanksgiving in Berlin||p. 252|
|Something of an Epiphany||p. 258|
|Full of Rewards||p. 267|
|The Perfect Place||p. 274|
|All of Me||p. 281|
|The Luckiest Girl||p. 288|
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