“Deep Dish is one delicious read. Mary Kay Andrews has cooked up a tale y’all will savor to the last bite. ” — Paula Deen
Battling TV chefs—a handsome Georgia redneck with a show called "Vittles" and a young professional woman with a cheating boyfriend, bad dye job, and overinvolved family—find themselves competing for a coveted weekly time slot on national television in Mary Kay Andrews’s delightful New York Times bestseller Deep Dish.
The incomparable Mary Kay offers heaping portions of humor, heart, and sass that fans of Fannie Flagg, Jennifer Crusie, Adriana Trigiani, Emily Giffin, and the Sweet Potato Queens simply will not be able to resist, as the winner-take-all cooking competition gets intense, especially when love ups the ante.
not so deep
I've enjoyed reading this author's other books, but this one was not up to par with her other works. Maybe it had something to do with listening to this on audio rather than reading myself, as the person reading the story had the most AWFUL voice for what is supposed to be the lead romantic male. When she spoke for him, it sounded like Patrick from Sponge-Bob. Jeez. That point aside, the story itself just fell a bit flat...shallow characters, boring conversations....I would not be interested in hanging out with any of these people if they were real.
I loved the book. I love cooking and I love romance. Smart characters and a great read.
So far it's hard to enjoy the book, due to the horrible person who is reading, and her distracting attempts at accents! I genuinely can't get past it. I suppose the book seems good, but they should really be careful with who does the audio.