Kitchen Addiction!

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Lizz Lund, Oct 14, 2011 - Fiction - 382 pages
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Meet Mina Kitchen, a forty-something single who likes to cook - and cook and cook.  In fact, her zest for whipping up trays of canap s is dwarfed only by her weird luck and mountain-lion size tabby cat, Vinnie.  That, and her godmom's tendency for blackmailing new members into joining St. Bart's.  Okay, maybe Mina's Swiffer-addicted neighbor, Vito, is a bit weird, too.  As if all that wasn't enough, Mina's a Jersey girl transplanted in the midst of the Amish-flavored countryside of Lancaster, PA.Things get really complicated when she learns that her neighbor Vito is in a witness protection program, and her dry cleaner deals in prescription samples. Throw in a few mysterious flaming feces flingers and a fuse box labeled in Arabic, and you have a recipe for catering disorders.Kitchen Addiction! will keep you smiling when you're not LOL-ing.  Set in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, you'll find a surprising cast of characters, humorous plot twists, red herrings and actual recipes.  Well, some of the recipes are real.  The others you might to take with a pinch of salt, and some Tums. 
 

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Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
29
Section 3
44
Section 4
69
Section 5
89
Section 6
118
Section 7
140
Section 8
161
Section 11
231
Section 12
251
Section 13
271
Section 14
286
Section 15
301
Section 16
320
Section 17
345
Section 18
374

Section 9
183
Section 10
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Lizz Lund loves Lancaster. Since 1999, she's been having a terrific time here and thinks everyone else should, too. She is a newlywed and head-over-heels about her chef husband; she made him move from New Jersey, too. Kitchen Addiction! is her first novel of the Mina Kitchen series. Lizz grew up in Glen Rock, New Jersey and still hasn't recovered. She holds a BA in Musical Theatre from Syracuse University, but has never learned to waitress.

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