Williams-Sonoma Breakfast Comforts Cookbook - New Edition

Wake up to the delights of a home-cooked breakfast, from piping-hot biscuits to perfectly cooked eggs. Celebrating America's favorite sunrise specialties, this cookbook includes more than 100 recipes from every region, gathered and perfected by comfort-food aficionado Chef Rick Rodgers. Rodgers offers guidance on making sweet and savory dishes like classic griddle cakes, French toast and baked eggs, plus new flavors like zippy breakfast tacos and tomato-and-prosciutto flatbread. Blackberry coffee cake, homemade donuts and other treats fill the extensive pastry section, and local restaurateurs contribute favorites, like a family recipe for cinnamon-pecan rolls-a perfect accompaniment to the morning's first cup of coffee. Hardcover, 223 pages. A Williams-Sonoma exclusive.
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Editors must have lost their glasses
January 2, 2014
I bought this cookbook for my husband for Christmas. Every weekend he makes our family breakfast, but his collection of recipes is really limited. So, maybe this was a little self serving, because I was looking forward to something other than pancakes. He loved the book and all of the unique ideas it offered. Upon reading it, he discovered that in one recipe, I believe for breakfast potatoes, the ingredients didn't match the title or instructions. It called for strawberries, eggs, sugar, but no potatoes!! Then another recipe didn't integrate all of the ingredients that were listed. How can I trust that any of the recipes are accurate? I went to Williams Sonoma because I wanted a high quality cookbook. I am greatly disappointed.
Cons: Inaccurate