There is something beautiful and more than beautiful about these women who enjoy their kitchens, who love all the rooms of domesticity. Jane gives us wives, book club ladies and hostesses, in Manhattan or Westchester, well groomed and well mannered and well off, obedient to husbands or mothers in law or schedules. Some are jolly and educated New Englanders, old and odd, wealthy and artsy and irrepressible. The plot? It is as comforting as warm bread, about women organizing people and things; themselves and each other. One woman most of all: Callie Perry, who has always been the happy center of many friendships.