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Deep Dish

Deep Dish

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After years of hard work, Gina Foxton, chef extraordinaire and former runner-up Miss Teen Vidalia Onion, is hosting her own show, Fresh Start, on Georgia public television. She's also dating the producer. But when Fresh Start goes bad—and her boyfriend is caught in flagrante delicto with the boss's wife—Gina decides it's time to pursue bigger dreams. Namely a gig on national television.

Gina knows she's destined to be the Cooking Channel's next superstar. But the execs also have their eyes on Tate Moody, Mr. "Kill It and Grill It" himself, host of the hunting, fishing, and cooking show Vittles. The ultimate man's man, Tate is a tasty side of beef with a large, swooning female fan base. Gina's loyal devotees consist of her free-spirited college-dropout sister and her mother . . . who calls every single day.

When the smoke clears there can be only one TV chef standing, and Gina and Tate are ready for the cook-off of their lives.

After years of hard work, Gina Foxton, chef extraordinaire and former runner-up Miss Teen Vidalia Onion, is hosting her own show, Fresh Start, on Georgia public television. She's also dating the producer. But when Fresh Start goes bad—and her boyfriend is caught in flagrante delicto with the boss's wife—Gina decides it's time to pursue bigger dreams. Namely a gig on national television.

Gina knows she's destined to be the Cooking Channel's next superstar. But the execs also have their eyes on Tate Moody, Mr. "Kill It and Grill It" himself, host of the hunting, fishing, and cooking show Vittles. The ultimate man's man, Tate is a tasty side of beef with a large, swooning female fan base. Gina's loyal devotees consist of her free-spirited college-dropout sister and her mother . . . who calls every single day.

When the smoke clears there can be only one TV chef standing, and Gina and Tate are ready for the cook-off of their lives.

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Publish date: Mar 17, 2009
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Copyright:Traditional Copyright: All rights reservedISBN:9780061743139
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auntieknickers reviewed this
Rated 4/5
Mary Kay Andrews' books do adhere to a formula -- feisty Southern girl who's passionate about her work encounters trouble with both men and work, which is satisfactorily resolved by the end of the book. But she does it so well! In Deep Dish, Gina, a young woman with a regionally popular public tv cooking show, gets her big chance at national stardom on "The Cooking Channel." The catch is, she must best hunky good ol' boy Tate Moody, also a cooking show host, in a "Survivor"-style contest held on Eutaw Island (a barrier island off the Georgia coast). Engaging characters, plenty of humor and a strong sense of place make this a very enjoyable book for anyone (well, probably mostly women) tired of gloom and doom or mystery and mayhem.
conkie_1 reviewed this
Rated 3/5
A cute story, well narrated.
mchwest reviewed this
Rated 3/5
This book was ok, it took me sometime to get into it and the cooking was very good but I so enjoyed Savannah Breeze much more.
witchyrichy reviewed this
Rated 4/5
Perfect book for a quiet sick day. Reminded me a little of Hiassen in tone and subject.
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susiesharp_1 reviewed this
Rated 2/5
This was way more chick lit than southern humor.I didn't like this one near as much as I liked Savannah Breeze.2 Stars
l4mo reviewed this
Rated 2/5
This is a silly little predictable chick lit read. The characters are nothing new, the story is nothing new, and my one hope for the book (good food talk) didn't even happen. The cooking sections are blase and not something that a book should be based on.
punxsygal reviewed this
Rated 4/5
Just like southern cooking, this novel serves up warmth, spice and a hint of sweetness as Gina Foxton from the TV show Fresh Start goes up against Tate Moody of the show Vittles. They are taken to an island off the coast of Georgia for the ultimate “Food Fight” and the prize of a cooking show on the network station The Cooking Channel. And not all the heat is in the kitchen as they face the challenges thrown their way. Add a loveable dog named Moonpie and you have all the fixings for a delightful read and a craving for bourbon pecan pie.
mjmbecky reviewed this
Rated 3/5
I thought this was a cute foodie/chick lit book. I would have liked a little more development between the two main characters outside of their competition. I did really enjoy the novel though!

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