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Stacey Ballis hits it on the nose again with a unique and entertaining read. Her main character nails the "everygirl" persona yet is interesting enough to carry the novel.Published 1 month ago by Anna BK
The book is very well-written and has a touch of humor. The descriptions of food dishes and techniques are done in a way that doesn't make the reader feel like an idiot for not... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Sara R. McAninch
I've read the early writings of Stacey Ballis on up through this latest book. They're sort of all alike, but the latest ones incorporate characters from previous books, which is... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Momom
Off the Menu tells the tale of the life of Alana Ostermann, culinary and personal assistant to celebrity chef Patrick Conlon (who is not dissimilar from real life celebrity chef... Read morePublished 5 months ago by V. N.
I loved this book! It's almost like having a conversation with a best girlfriend. You laugh all the time. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Louie
these are simply nice stories that keep you interested -- especially if you are interested in cooking -- both gourmet and plainPublished 9 months ago by hemimom
I am a new reader of Stacey Ballis' novels, and I blew through this one and "Out to Lunch" right in a row. Read morePublished 11 months ago by bhambizgirl