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How about lobster— and bad guys— red hot and served with lemon and butter? Plunge into the fascinating and competitive world of food media culture, in this wry, witty crime story where cutting edge takes on a new meaning when celebrity chefs across America start dying. From color-themed dinners to Maine lobster pots, from BBQ to huckleberries, this mystery is stuffed to the gills with knives, mayhem, and laughs. Aspiring chef Hannah Wendt has a multitude of talents— prowess in the kitchen and in the bedroom— but also a penchant for disposing of bothersome chefs. Wronged by those who steal her recipes, ridicule her weight, and denigrate her talents, Hannah has turned in her apron as sous chef and food stylist to plow new territory— her overpowering hunger for revenge. Meanwhile nerdy food blogger Jason Bainbridge is looking for his big break and begins to see a pattern in the killings.
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She is portrayed by Miranda Rae Mayo. Talia is at The Brew with Ezra who tells her that her food is truly amazing. Ezra explains that he asked Talia to help out tonight in the kitchen. In the kitchen, Talia screws up her nose when she smells something in a glass bowl. Talia gives Emily a look, and Emily takes the bowl from her.
Men stream out from citizenship classes in Casa Aztlan, a longtime home of social activism in the neighborhood. A block away from all of this is Thalia Hall, a sprawling nineteenth-century building at the corner of 18th and Allport that has recently found new owners. The dinner crowd has yet to arrive, but there are about sixty well-dressed patrons choosing from a beer list dominated by Belgian imports. On the face of it, then, the entrance of Thalia Hall seems a straightforward portent of great change, where the arrival of well-to-do white interlopers and the businesses attending to their needs prices a neighborhood out of the reach of a predominantly low-income Mexican-American population that has called Pilsen home since the s.