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The secret ingredient / Dianne Blacklock.

By: Blacklock, Dianne [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Sydney : Pan Macmillan, 2011Description: viii, 385 pages ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9781742610290 .Subject(s): Australian fiction | Cooks -- Australia -- Fiction | Man-woman relationships -- Fiction | Life change events -- FictionGenre/Form: Australian fiction.DDC classification: A823.4 Summary: Taste was such an evocative sense; Andie had closed her eyes, with the scone melting in her mouth, and been transported back to her grandmother's kitchen...Nourishment is nurture. That's what Andie learned from her grandmother and what she's always believed about cooking. But somehow, since marrying Ross, she's allowed her love of food to take a back seat and given up her dream of becoming a chef. Lately she's been craving more. And when her marriage falls apart, she's determined to find herself again and take back control of her destiny. The first step is taking a job in the kitchen of renowned chef Dominic Gerou. The brooding Englishman is more than Andie bargains for, but the new Andie is ready for anything, even a bad-tempered chef who makes it clear he won't tolerate mistakes. In this beautiful new novel, Dianne Blacklock takes us on a sumptuous journey of the heart as Andie uncovers the secret ingredient for her new life, and shows that no matter how many false starts you may have, if you hold on to your passion and your dreams, anything is possible.
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Taste was such an evocative sense; Andie had closed her eyes, with the scone melting in her mouth, and been transported back to her grandmother's kitchen...Nourishment is nurture. That's what Andie learned from her grandmother and what she's always believed about cooking. But somehow, since marrying Ross, she's allowed her love of food to take a back seat and given up her dream of becoming a chef. Lately she's been craving more. And when her marriage falls apart, she's determined to find herself again and take back control of her destiny. The first step is taking a job in the kitchen of renowned chef Dominic Gerou. The brooding Englishman is more than Andie bargains for, but the new Andie is ready for anything, even a bad-tempered chef who makes it clear he won't tolerate mistakes. In this beautiful new novel, Dianne Blacklock takes us on a sumptuous journey of the heart as Andie uncovers the secret ingredient for her new life, and shows that no matter how many false starts you may have, if you hold on to your passion and your dreams, anything is possible.

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