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The sweetest thing Teen Book The sweetest thing

Mandelski, Christina, 1970-

Fifteen-year-old Sheridan, a master cake-decorator like her mother, loves her small Michigan town so when her father announces they will move to New York City, where his dream of hosting a cooking show will come true, Sheridan fears for her budding romance and becomes desperate to contact her long-absent mother.

Sizzle : a novel Teen Book Sizzle : a novel

McClain, Lee.

When the aunt she lives with becomes ill, orphaned Linda Delgado must leave Arizona for Philadelphia, where she struggles to adapt to a huge foster family, eating canned food, and finding an outlet for her love of cooking.

The Teashop Girls Teen Book The Teashop Girls

Schaefer, Laura.

Fourteen-year-old Annie, along with her two best friends, tries desperately to save her grandmother's beloved, old-fashioned teashop in Madison, Wisconsin, while she also learns to accept the inevitability of change in life. Includes proverbs, quotations, and brief stories about tea, as well as recipes.

Tantalize Teen Book Tantalize

Smith, Cynthia Leitich.

Werewolves, vampires, and human hybrids all work up an appetite in this delicious debut novel of dark fantasy, young love, and culinary secrets.

Hot, sour, salty, sweet Teen Book Hot, sour, salty, sweet

Smith, Sherri L.

Disaster strikes when Ana Shen is about to deliver the salutatorian speech at her junior high school graduation, but an even greater crisis looms when her best friend invites a crowd to Ana's house for dinner, and Ana's multicultural grandparents must find a way to share a kitchen.

Neil Flambé and the Marco Polo murders Teen Book Neil Flambé and the Marco Polo murders

Sylvester, Kevin.

Fourteen-year-old wunderchef and budding detective Neil Flambé has a real nose for clues, but he must work quickly to solve the murders of some of the best chefs in town--if only to eliminate himself as the prime suspect!

My Saucy Stuffed Ravioli :  the Life of Angelica Cookson Potts Teen Book My Saucy Stuffed Ravioli : the Life of Angelica Cookson Potts

Whytock, Cherry.

While preparing for and going on vacation to Italy with her friends and family, food-loving English teenager Angelica deals with her unrequited love for Sydney, her fear of being seen in public in a bikini, and her worries that her mother might be having an affair. Includes recipes.

Pizza, love, and other stuff that made me famous Teen Book Pizza, love, and other stuff that made me famous

Williams, Kathryn, 1981-

Although sixteen-year-old Sophie has grown up working in her family's Mediterranean restaurant in Washington, D.C., she is not prepared to compete on the new reality show, Teen Test Kitchen, when her best friend Alex convinces her to audition. Includes recipes.

Dear Julia Teen Book Dear Julia

Zemser, Amy Bronwen.

Shy sixteen-year-old Elaine has long dreamed of being the next Julia Child, to the dismay of her feminist mother, but when her first friend, the outrageous Lucida Sans, convinces Elaine to enter a cooking contest, anything could happen.

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