Comfort Food

Comfort Food

Book - 2009
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A celebrity chef shows her friends and family the joy of fulfillment and manages to spice up her own life at the same time.
Publisher: New York : Berkley Books, 2009.
Edition: Berkley trade paperback ed.
ISBN: 9780425269961
9780425226209
0425226204
Characteristics: 373 p. ;,21 cm.

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bookbabe13
Jun 28, 2017

I totally loved this book, loved the characters. Did not want this book to end. Put this on your later shelve you will not be disappointed. I found myself reading slower at the end to make the book last.

njkenney Sep 27, 2011

Cooking Channel star Augusta “Gus” Simpson is on the brink of life changes---she’s turning 50 and feeling pressure from Cooking Channel Execs to boost the ratings of her “Cooking with Gusto” television show. Although widowed and left with two young daughters years before, she survived and created a highly successful career for herself. But now the stakes are high, and the former Miss Spain, Carmen Vega, isn’t the least bit impressed or afraid of Gus. She wants her own cooking show and if it means taking away Gus’, so be it. Jacobs invites readers into a fun, foodie world where the characters are every bit as delicious as the food. Comfort Food is a book you’ll rush home to you’ll be a little sad when it’s over.

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