If only life came with a recipe for success....
Maggie Malone wants a new life. Who aspires to be a single, forty-year-old jobless new mother? Driven by the need for an income, Maggie decides to enter a writing contest. Cooking and Women Magazine is seeking a columnist who can compare finding "Mister Right" to cooking. To qualify, an entrant must be single and an experienced chef. Maggie is neither - she can't even cook. But desperation turns white lies into tasty morsels and she whips up an article comparing finding "Mister Right" to picking the right tomato for homemade salsa. She wins the contest, is dubbed The Chef of Hearts, and her new life is launched.
Pickin' Tomatoes serves up a three-course meal of mayhem, motherhood and middle age flavored with dashes of irony, wit, and wisdom. Toss in a liberal sprinkling of recipes geared towards those who don't cook, and Pickin' Tomatoes becomes a must read for anyone who has searched for "Mister Right" and ended up finding herself.
©2012 JW Bull (P)2012 JW Bull
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