Bridget Heaney is a young Irish girl trying to find her way, like so many others in 1860s New York. Her first break is working in the kitchen for one of New York's most prominent men--Isaac Gold. There, hidden high on a shelf, Bridget finds an old wooden spice box, carved with scenes and filled with recipes--with different handwriting and in different languages: the legacy of generations of cooks, handed down through the years.
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Lou Jane Temple is a caterer in Kansas City, Missouri. A guest chef at the Culinary Institute of America and the James Beard Foundation, she has also been a restaurateur and a food and wine critic. She is the author of the culinary mystery series featuring caterer Heaven Lee.
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