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Kitchen Ambitions

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In a world where most everyday actions are done using magic, a young talented chef worships the painstaking starkness and patience required to master the magic-free Art of the Perfect Salad. But murder, sabotage and an annoying former one-night-stand keep getting in her way.

Alex F. Fayle grew up fascinated by fairy tales and even convinced himself for a while as a tee
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Published February 6th 2011 by Alex Fayle, via Smashwords (first published February 5th 2011)
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Dec 02, 2013 rated it really liked it
This short story is a delightful snack that foodies may enjoy. This slim story tackles subjects bigger than its tiny waist and features a rather daring combination of a woman salad chef battling to become a leader in a male dominated kitchen while serving a familial society of assassins who have turned to non-magicked foods partially because of their proclivity for recreational revenge poisonings. It could make quite a film or even a stage play with the right cast and director.

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Alex F. Fayle grew up fascinated by fairy tales and even convinced himself for a while as a teenager that he might be a changeling. He's almost certain that he sees the "wee folk" everywhere about him, but he knows better than to mess with them unless he has to. Instead he writes about them, which he hopes they see as a form of compliment and not an invitation to meddle. He can be found online at ...more