About the Name:
This is named after Nancy’s hometown, River Heights. There is a River Heights in Utah, though this is unlikely to be the River Heights Nancy comes from. In the early books Nancy could take a train to New York or Chicago on a night train. It also took her a few days to get to Arizona. Later books put River Heights closer to Chicago, to the point where it only takes Nancy a few hours to get there (although she still books a hotel).
About The Recipe:
Like most of the other brunch recipes in this book, I made this for dinner. It’s pretty much just fish.
This tastes fine. I couldn’t really taste the lemon, but I don’t like fish, so I might just be a little biased
Ease of Preparation:
This was easy. Put fish in pan, sprinkle with seasonings, cook. The only problem I had was that my almonds burned, so two minutes might be a little long.
Clarity of instructions:
Clear, except my broiler has a hi/lo setting that wasn’t mentioned in cookbook.
This is a good recipie, for people who like fish.