Liz's Reviews > Apron Anxiety: My Messy Affairs In and Out of the Kitchen

Apron Anxiety by Alyssa Shelasky
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May 22, 2012

it was ok
Read in May, 2012

It's an ok read. I found it hard to care for the main character. She moved to D.C. to follow her boyfriend, a hard-working Chef (Spike Mendelssohn, though he's not mentioned by name--I googled it), who is opening a new business and has lots of commitments, and doesn't have time for Alyssa. She, after abandoning her life in NYC, leaving her job, family, and friends behind, is all of a sudden very surprised that Chef doesn't spend every minute of his waking hours with her. She is, subsequently, going through a crisis and decides to try her hand in cooking. Most of the recipes are borrowed from other sources and quite frankly uninspired. So, why should I care? Well, I don't. Beach or airport book at best.
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