Recipe for Disaster - Miriam Morrison Reviews
Description:ISBN 0099517477 / Genre: Romance / Author: Miriam Morrison / Paperback / 432 Pages / Book is published 2008-04-03 by Arrow Books Ltd
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by - written on 16/08/08 (Very useful, 192 readings)
I hadn't heard of Miriam Morrison before reading this book, so I went into it without expecting anything from it. The premise of the book sounded good - two chefs at war with each other and an undercover journalist wanting to expose the bad side of the restaurant business. I hadn't read any books set in the world of restaurants before, so Recipe for Disaster sounded like it was going to be an interesting and funny read. The plot follows two successful chefs, Jake Goldman and Harry Hunter. Jake works hard for everything he has, working for the best chefs as a cleaner to learn his trade, and just about keeps his restaurant afloat. Harry on the other hand, has ... Read the complete review
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