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Bread and Butter
     

Bread and Butter

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by Michelle Wildgen
 

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Kitchen Confidential meets Three Junes in this mouthwatering novel about three brothers who run competing restaurants, and the culinary snobbery, staff stealing, and secret affairs that unfold in the back of the house.

Britt and Leo have spent ten years running Winesap, the best restaurant in their small Pennsylvania town. They cater to their

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Bread and Butter 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The premise is promising. I wanted to enjoy it. I was ready to delve into the sibling rivalry of Britt, Leo and Harry and embrace the foodie culture the book is surrounded in, only to find a meandering slog of a novel, with too much food snobbery going on. It was an ordeal to finish and despite a story that could have been more, Wildgen wastes an opportunity. I do not recommend it.
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casab More than 1 year ago
Ever wondered what's going on in the kitchen while you're enjoying your dining experience? Bread and Butter is an interesting behind-the-scenes peek at what is involved in putting that perfect plate on the table before you while at the same time providing an enjoyable fictional story of three family members caught in the web of culinary competition. Not recommended for reading on an empty stomach! Only thing missing was recipes.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Cute story set in anywhere PA attempting gentrification. You feel affection toward all the characters. Lots of food references and description...perfect for the foodie but possibly too much if you are not. I adored this book :)