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Publisher's Summary

In this smart, delicious novel by the best-selling author of The Friday Night Knitting Club, a celebrity chef shows her friends and family the joy of fulfillment - and manages to spice up her own life at the same time.
©2008 Kate Jacobs; (P)2008 Penguin
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4 out of 5 stars
By KHT on 06-23-10

Good Summer Read

Comfort Food is a light summer "read" that was enjoyable to listen to. I would have liked a little more character development of the daughters. They had the potential to be interesting characters to use as spin-off stories in the future.

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1 out of 5 stars
By McVay Family on 10-02-14

What a dumb story!

This book is nothing short of stupid. I have long considered my words, wanting to be precise in my criticism in respect to the responsibility of a negative review. I can’t say this book is horrible, that would imply all components were failures, they were not. There was a thorough story line and a considered plot, it was just extremely dull. The characters were conceivable but were presented in such an unbecoming manner, at times even cringe-worthy. In all, it was just a stupid, boring story unworthy of the caliber of “The Knitting Club” trio. Someone had warned me it wasn’t as good as the trio, which I really enjoyed, but I never imagined it would be so dumb.

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