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Topic - Luisa Weiss
What do you do "when you grow up all mishmashed," born in West Berlin of an American Jewish father and an Italian mother, living part of the time in Brookline, Mass., and partly in Berlin? Why, you retreat to the kitchen to re-create the atmosphere of the place in which you were happiest.
"My Berlin Kitchen" is a delightful memoir, written in a straightforward, slightly self-deprecating style, much as Ms. Weiss wrote her Wednesday Chef blog.