Can'T Cook Anonymous

Can'T Cook Anonymous

by Sue Blotz, Beverly A. Martin-Lowry
     
 

Jim Peterson, a former chef for twenty years, is now working as a cab driver. He creates the Can't Cook Anonymous group in an effort to reunite fast food addicts with their kitchens. The six people who become part of this first group are not all there by choice, but by some other force in their lives. Peterson uses his sports knowledge and terminology to coach his

Overview

Jim Peterson, a former chef for twenty years, is now working as a cab driver. He creates the Can't Cook Anonymous group in an effort to reunite fast food addicts with their kitchens. The six people who become part of this first group are not all there by choice, but by some other force in their lives. Peterson uses his sports knowledge and terminology to coach his team and help them take that first step over the kitchen's threshold. Along with cooking skills, strong personal love interest also grows between several members of the group. Peterson also realizes that he finally wants to meet the daughter he has never known. As team members describe the success or failure of assigned recipes, their personal lives reveal how hungers, other than food, are satisfied as well. Actual recipes and factual, though humorous, kitchen tips are included.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781413755305
Publisher:
Publish America
Publication date:
02/13/2005
Pages:
176
Product dimensions:
8.50(w) x 5.50(h) x 0.41(d)

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