Where There’s a Whisk by Sarah J. Schmitt

Gr. 8-12 Peyton Sinclaire doesn’t want to get stuck baking pies in a Florida panhandle diner. With her father in prison for embezzling and her mother having lost her business, winning Top Teen Chef would be Peyton’s ticket to culinary school in New York City and a better life. After landing a spot on the show, Peyton is determined to win by staying focused and earning the judges’ votes with her gustatory delights, rather than pity for being the “poor contestant.” Then there are the two cute cooking competitors, who are also vying for Peyton’s starry-eyed attention. [Read the full review here]

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