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[BOOKS] ✭ A la Carte Author Tanita S. Davis – Tyrakel.de SEVENTEEN YEAR OLD LAINEY DREAMS of becoming a world famous chef one day and maybe even having her own cooking show Do you know how many African American female chefs there aren’t? And how many vegeSEVENTEEN YEAR OLD LAINEY DREAMS of becoming a world famous chef one day and maybe even having her own cooking show Do you know how many African American female chefs there aren’t? And how many vegetarian chefs have their own shows? The fie.

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  1. Obsidian Obsidian says:

    Kindle tyrakel.de ☆ A la Carte MOBI ´ A la ePUB Â carte free, A la kindle, A la Carte MOBII thought that this story told in the first person from Lainey's point of view was very well done I have been this girl in high school having a crush on someone who was in Lainey's mother's own words 'not worth her at all' and would feel frustrated to the point that I was incapable of much else besides sitting and thinking about them all of the timeMs Davis writes Lainey very well and to me this character sounds like a 17 year old African American teen to me And she sounds like one that is obsessed with cooking Ms Davis obviously did research into the recipes and restaurant industry because everything she wrote and showed at what goes behind the scenes at a restaurant sounds realI also lik


  2. Doret Doret says:

    Kindle tyrakel.de ☆ A la Carte MOBI ´ A la ePUB Â carte free, A la kindle, A la Carte MOBIThis started off as a pretty good novel and finished very very strong turning my like into love 17 yr old Elaine Lainey lives in the Bay Area with her mother who is co owner of La Salle Rouge restaurant Lainey is pretty good in the kitchen as well and dreams of having her own vegetarian cooking show A la Carte is about much then a girl who wants to be a chef Its also about a teenage girl who falls for the wrong guy Lainey has known Sim since grade school The two used to be very close friends when high school started Sim no longer had time for Lainey As soon as the author introduced Sim I didn't like him because Lainey seemed like a nice girl who deserved a good guy Not a guy who strings her along or only comes by when he needs something making empty promises But the author


  3. Lynn Lynn says:

    Kindle tyrakel.de ☆ A la Carte MOBI ´ A la ePUB Â carte free, A la kindle, A la Carte MOBILainey dreams of being the next Julia Child and having her own cooking show But first she has to negoiate the reminder of her senior year avoid being too organized by her mother and deal with the gorgeous boy who only shows up when he wants something Sim and Lainey were childhood friends and Lainey has had a crush on him forever When he decides to leave town he asks Lainey to keep secrets and take actions that violate her mother's trust in her Characterizations are nicely done here and Lainey slowly begins to realize that she needs to stand up for herself and


  4. Rashika is tired Rashika is tired says:

    Kindle tyrakel.de ☆ A la Carte MOBI ´ A la ePUB Â carte free, A la kindle, A la Carte MOBII am not exactly sure how to rate this one I loved some things about it but was frustrated by Lainey a lot She was AMAZING by the end of the book though so yay for character development Also the writing style seemed to be very tell y at times and I didn't like it It stopped bothering me about half way through but the beginning of the novel seemed like it would have benefited from a tad polishingBut if you love food this book is SO MUCH FUN and comes with a bunch of awesome recipes you can


  5. Amy Y Amy Y says:

    Kindle tyrakel.de ☆ A la Carte MOBI ´ A la ePUB Â carte free, A la kindle, A la Carte MOBIA la Carte by Tanita S Davis is about a young 17 year old girl named Elaine whose dream is to become a world famous chef inspired by Julia Child and becoming a star in her own cooking show However her dreams of becoming of becoming a world renown chef is halted when her secret crush and best friend runs away from


  6. Sian Jones Sian Jones says:

    Kindle tyrakel.de ☆ A la Carte MOBI ´ A la ePUB Â carte free, A la kindle, A la Carte MOBIOne of my obsessions lately is voice in that I bow down to folks who create narration that makes me feel as if I'm hearing a human voice confused struggling funny smart flawed This one really manages that manages to be inside the head of a seventeen year old girl who far resembles the teenager I was than the ones I usually read about Lainey makes mistakes and missteps that make my insides twist in recognition and at the same time I feel her frustrations so keenly This book is messy and real emotionally hallejuah abou


  7. Susan Berger Susan Berger says:

    Kindle tyrakel.de ☆ A la Carte MOBI ´ A la ePUB Â carte free, A la kindle, A la Carte MOBII pre ordered the paperback of A la Carte March 24th It arrived last week I started reading it last night and couldn't put till down till I finishedI loved it I loved Lainey and her mom and her friends and the jazz choir and the Salle Rouge and I adored the recipes The first one I am going to try is the gingerbreadI got to the end about three AM and I was so sad it was over I can't wait to share this book


  8. Suzanne Suzanne says:

    Kindle tyrakel.de ☆ A la Carte MOBI ´ A la ePUB Â carte free, A la kindle, A la Carte MOBIBecause I love to cook I like novels that have recipes and center around cooking Dianna Mott DavidsonJoanne Flukeetc This novel is similar in that it had food at its core and is filled wi


  9. Lucy Lucy says:

    Kindle tyrakel.de ☆ A la Carte MOBI ´ A la ePUB Â carte free, A la kindle, A la Carte MOBIThis is a book I've owned for a while and haven't gotten around to until a category for the reading challenge came up In this book we follow Lainey as she strives to be a celebrity chef and deal with her social life at the same time This book was a different sort of contemporary book Lainey has to deal with old friends changing into different people and finding out how to stand up for herself I really liked how the focus was on Lainey throughout the novel as we explore her relationship with Sim her Mum and her own self throughout There was no


  10. Ramya Idea Smith Ramya Idea Smith says:

    Kindle tyrakel.de ☆ A la Carte MOBI ´ A la ePUB Â carte free, A la kindle, A la Carte MOBII found myself as frustrated with the book initially as one is by a friend who is obsessed with someone who doesn't treat them well The simple recipes at end of each chapter about saved the book for me Other than that it's fairly cliched teenage fare with stock characters and situations I was interested in reading a food book set in African American culture and I'm not sure this was completely it It was also a bit of a strain to glean the race of the characters because I think that's an important part of the storyline I figured Simeon was white the Haines and Lainey were black and Pia may have been black or Indian since that is an Indian name too The events of the second half the book take on much significance then Still this was an easy read


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