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Deep Dish by Mary Kay Andrews
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Jul 16, 2010

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I enjoy Mary Kay Andrews books. They are set in the South, have quirky but lovable characters, and are funny. My brain doesn’t have to work very hard when I’m reading a Mary Kay Andrews book, and some days that’s just what I need. Andrews takes a break from the BeBe/Weezie stories and cooks up a "dish" that will make fans of television cooking shows smile.

Gina Foxton is the host of the regional cooking show Fresh Start. There is a strong regional following for the show and it catches the attention of executives from The Cooking Channel while they are scoping out a rival show, Vittles, hosted by Tate Moody. To cook up publicity for The Cooking Channel, and to find a "hot" new show, a cook-off between Gina and Tate is planned on a remote barrier island. Food Fight pits Gina and Tate in an ultimate cooking contest where the prize is a coveted national show. Who will win the prize? The southern belle or the rugged outdoors guy?

Fun, adventure, and recipes. ~~ Enjoy ~~ --Kara

From ICPL Staff Picks Blog
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