I just finished reading Molly Wizenberg's forthcoming (Spring 2014) memoir Delancey, and it made me want to read Homemade Life, which I've been hearing about for ages. Her style in Delancey is personal and fun, and the restaurant scenes took me back to my years behind the line. Her passion for food shines through, and all of the recipes sound delicious. I love the introductions to the recipes, which lean heavily toward altering quantities and ingredients based on what's on hand or in season. This isn't just a book about food, though; her marriage and internal life carry equal weight with the development of the titular Seattle pizzeria.