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Boiling Point (Dish #3)

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The girls' cooking service is up and running--the only problem is, business is too good and they have more customers than they can handle. When Amanda suggests that they add a boy, the tension in the group reaches the boiling point. Includes full-color perforated recipe cards.
Paperback, 154 pages
Published July 22nd 2002 by Grosset & Dunlap (first published 2002)
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Julianna Padilla
Oct 21, 2015 Julianna Padilla rated it it was amazing
Did you ever wanted to cook?This books genre is friendship because their trying to cook and keep being friends at the same time.''I wish cooking was easy for we can get this over with and be finished'' said molly.I think molly says that because she wants to finish cooking but, if you want the food to taste good you have to take your time in order for it to be good.
The setting in this story is in the Moore's because they cook in their they have never cooked anywhere but their house.Molly and Ama
Evyta Ar
Liburan musim panas kali ini, si kembar Molly dan Amanda Moore, Shawn dan Peichi sudah memiliki rencana seru untuk mengisi waktu. Yup, bisnis masak, yang mereka beri nama Dish. Berawal dari hobi masak dan suka kumpul bareng, mereka berempat akhirnya memutuskan untuk serius menjalani bisnis masak tersebut dan mulai menerima banyak pesanan. Awalnya semua berjalan lancar, namun tiba-tiba semua hal berbalik menjadi sesuatu yang tidak diharapkan dan kacau-balau.

Novel ini merupakan novel ringan yang
Jul 24, 2014 Khuzaima rated it really liked it
Best part dari buku ini, ketika resep - resep bertebaran dimana - mana :)
Oct 08, 2013 Kendra rated it liked it
This juvenile book (ages 7-11), reminded me a lot of the Babysitter's Club series. This is the third in a series, and is about a group of girls who decide to create a catering business. While also flavors of Sweet Valley High because of the identical twins as main characters, I found it less vapid and more engaging.
My favorite Babysitter's Club book happened to be one with a main character who enjoyed baking. I felt I had a lot in common with that character, but I didn't find any other books a
Anna Sutanto
Sep 16, 2007 Anna Sutanto rated it really liked it
For a foodiest like me, this book helps me to de-stress after a long tiring working day. It's like a trip to the kitchen haven without going to the kitchen at all. I read all 6 books and this one is my fave...
Jun 26, 2008 Dolphiny_lee rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: People who like cooking
Recommended to Dolphiny_lee by: myself/library
I luv this book cuz i luv cooking, and I'm making a notecard-cookbook out of the recipies that I like from the back of the books. I bet there good!
Dec 05, 2010 Kara22 rated it really liked it
Oh wow
I cant believe they got ripped off by someone!
i cant believe Peichi almost got sent to jail!
Sep 20, 2008 Melanie rated it it was amazing
this one is my favorite one so far!
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Jul 02, 2008 Alicia H. rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Everyone
Recommended to Alicia by: Not Sure
Very good. I liked it very much.
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i loved this book so recommend it
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Diane Muldrow grew up in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. She later attended Ohio University, where she earned a Bachelor's Degree in Magazine Journalism and a Bachelor's Degree in Fine Arts: Dance. After her graduation, Diane moved to New York. She spent several years performing as an actress and dancer in New York’s downtown avant-garde performance scene. She also danced in a performance at Lincoln Cen ...more
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