The World's Greatest Chocolate-Covered Pork Chops by Ryan K. Sager

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...the many parenthetical asides and over-a-preteen’s-head references (how many actually know who James Beard is?) are annoyingly cutesy and forced. Plus, the diverse cast of secondary characters, instead of being a welcome addition, only helps to reinforce stereotypes...
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Twelve-year-old chef Zoey Kate's Fried Banana Fondue is delectable, her Maple Cinnamon Crab Fajitas are divine, and her Chocolate-Covered Pork Chops are to die for. Zoey is the best cook in town and she wants everyone to know it. She's on a mission to start her own restaurant, but quickly learns that the restaurant industry is competitive . . . and dangerous. There are people who see Zoey as a threat, and they'll use any means necessary to make sure that she fails. Featuring a precocious, larger-than-life character, lots of humor, fast-paced action and mouth-watering foods, this cooking story is sure to appeal to young foodies and fans of shows like MasterChef Junior and Rachael vs. Guy: Kids Cook-Off.
 

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Published June 20, 2017 by Disney Hyperion. 256 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Children's Books, Cooking, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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on Mar 29 2017

...the many parenthetical asides and over-a-preteen’s-head references (how many actually know who James Beard is?) are annoyingly cutesy and forced. Plus, the diverse cast of secondary characters, instead of being a welcome addition, only helps to reinforce stereotypes...

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