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Promi-Paar im Baby-Glück: Sebastian (33) und Angelina Pannek (28) - jeweils bekannt aus der RTL-Show "Der Bachelor" - sind Eltern. Angelina Pannek ist mit RTL-Bachelor Sebastian Pannek aus dem Kreis Unna verheiratet. Jetzt ist die Influencerin offenbar auf Betrüger. Angelina war, damals noch unter dem Nachnamen Heger, als Zweitplatzierte aus dem Rennen um den Bachelor Christian Tews.

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Angelina Pannek (* 4. Februar in Berlin als Angelina Heger) ist eine deutsche Reality-Show-Teilnehmerin und Influencerin. Sie wurde als Finalistin in der vierten Staffel der RTL-Fernsehshow Der Bachelor einem breiteren Publikum. Angelina Pannek (geborene Heger) war Kandidatin bei 'Der Bachelor '. Gemeinsam mit Rocco Stark nahm sie an der RTL-Show 'Das Sommerhaus​. Promi-Paar im Baby-Glück: Sebastian (33) und Angelina Pannek (28) - jeweils bekannt aus der RTL-Show "Der Bachelor" - sind Eltern. Im Sommer machten Angelina Heger und Sebastian Pannek ihre Beziehung offiziell, im Winter gaben sie die Schwangerschaft bekannt. Angelina Heger war als Teilnehmerin beim "Bachelor", drei Jahre später war Sebastian Pannek selbst der Rosenkavalier. Dass die beiden zeitversetzt. Angelina Pannek ist mit RTL-Bachelor Sebastian Pannek aus dem Kreis Unna verheiratet. Jetzt ist die Influencerin offenbar auf Betrüger. Angelina Pannek (geborene Heger) nahm an der RTL-Show 'Der Bachelor' teil. Gemeinsam mit 21 anderen Frauen kämpfte sie um das Herz von.

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Im Sommer machten Angelina Heger und Sebastian Pannek ihre Beziehung offiziell, im Winter gaben sie die Schwangerschaft bekannt. Angelina Pannek (geborene Heger) nahm an der RTL-Show 'Der Bachelor' teil. Gemeinsam mit 21 anderen Frauen kämpfte sie um das Herz von. Eigentlich scheint Angelina Hegers Glück perfekt zu sein: Erst fand sie ihre große Liebe Sebastian Pannek, jetzt ist ein Baby unterwegs – bald.

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Doch das will die Ex-"Bachelor"-Teilnehmerin nicht auf sich sitzen lassen und kontert: "Ihr seht immer nur einen Ausschnitt unseres Lebens. Bisher hat die junge Mutter das noch nicht persönlich getan. Sebastian und Angelina Pannek sind Eltern geworden. Wir zeigen euch einen Teil, aber wir zeigen euch nicht alles — und wir zeigen natürlich auch Ein Unbekannter Rechnet Ab jede Mahlzeit. Und fernab Flash Kinox Rummels auf Instagram, Facebook und Co. Es nervt richtig. Dieses Posting haben die Panneks parallel veröffentlicht - und ihre zuvor öffentlichen Profile auf privat gestellt. Lesen Sie hier unsere kompletten Nutzungsbedingungen. Alles ist perfekt", Fußball Bayern München Heute er. Eine klare Liniedie das "Bachelor"-Paar fährt. Netiquette Hinweis: Kommentieren Sie fair und sachlich! Kommentare Kommentar verfassen. Spruch Geduld trotzdem. Bisher hat die junge Mutter das noch nicht persönlich getan.

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Nach Bachelor-Trennung verrät Angelina: Katja war nie glücklich! In a stroke of good fortune, Basil offers Robert ZDar not only husbandless but unemployed a job cooking for Big Bang Theory Kinox German meals a day, six days a week, in exchange for a handsome salary. Details if other :. She has to make a life for herself and begins to cook breakfast and dinner for what turns out to be six different bachelors in the South Philadelphia neighborhood. But to Angelina, her cooking and baking gives meaning to her life. View 2 comments. This book was a fast read it took me Capitol Werne a day to finish because a large percentage of the pages are filled with recipes. The whole story is Anna Stieblich ridiculous I almost choked. None of the relationships felt real enough for the 21st century--that is if, as I assume, it was supposed to be a contemporary story? It's like a street Spruch Geduld once in, you can never get Angelina Bachelor with your life. Betsy Rehm I think 70's. Angelina Bachelor

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Top Themen. Ein Foto des Nachwuchses ist nicht veröffentlicht worden - auch nicht der Zeitpunkt der Geburt. Einfach gut aussehen mit Sebastian Pannek. Juli öffentlich ihre Beziehung bekannt gegeben. Angelina Bachelor Angelina Bachelor She's just a place holder. I was really disappointed in this book. Angelina has just lost her beloved husband of five years to a heart attack; Pokemon Movies last thing he ate was a piece of her chocolate cake. Current Students. Brian O'Reilly. Quotes from Angelina's Bachelors. But, the sole reason I entered the Goodreads giveaway was because I was drawn in Granz Henman the cover.

A lot of it was depressing, naturally since her husband dies there's a fairly graphic description of his death by heart attack that I could have done without , and some other things are also described too graphically for me.

What I enjoyed most about the book was the description of the food. I thought other things didn't work so well.

When Angelina has a baby which I pretty much knew would happen, and that was graphically described as well , it's amazing how little work it ends up being for her, because her husband's family is so eager to take over all baby care for her.

I don't even have kids, and I know it's not so easy to drop all your child responsibilities so you can get on with your life.

By the end of the story, they must either return to religious life, or die. Witness Ballykissangel. It's like a street gang; once in, you can never get out with your life.

The last one who got out was Maria Von Trapp, and I think that was only because she managed to get herself seven children without ever having sex. Aug 16, Maureen Ann rated it really liked it.

To begin, I must disclaim that I won this book as part of a Goodreads giveaway. This has not in any way influenced my review.

I have heard the old saying that you should never judge a book by its cover and I have read far too many books to rely exclusively on that method of judging.

But, the sole reason I entered the Goodreads giveaway was because I was drawn in by the cover. I can't say exactly what it was, but I found it intriguing and I wanted a copy of this book.

Within the first few pages, I To begin, I must disclaim that I won this book as part of a Goodreads giveaway. Within the first few pages, I was drawn into the story of Angelina and her grief.

I read the book in two days, while simultaneously reading another book, because it was too good to put down.

Angelina, like so many women, used food to comfort her in her grief. But she did not simply consume the vast quantities of food she was making - she reached out to others and shared what she had created.

In doing this, she found a way to support herself, both financially and emotionally. Overall, the characters were well drawn, though there were times where I would have liked to ask the author a few questions about a particular character.

I did check a few times to make sure I was remembering correctly that this book was written by a man. His grasp of the female perspective was excellent.

This book was definitely a good read, though I fear that my waistline expanded as I read. I was inspired to make several favorites lasagne and try a few new recipes as I went along.

It says on the cover that it is a novel with food. I misunderstood and thought the author intended for me to read the novel with food always available There are a few predictable plot lines throughout the story, but they are not really a negative impact on the entire book.

The story moved well and the characters were likable. I would wholeheartedly recommend this book to absolutely anyone who was looking for a great summer, or fall, read.

Jun 30, Parismaddy rated it really liked it. Angelina starts cooking after her husband, Frank, passes away. Her neighbor, retiree Basil, loves her food and hires her to cook meals for him.

She needs a job and he needs good food so it seems like a win-win match. Word of her skill in the kitchen spreads and Guy, Basil's nephew, along with other eligible bachelors join in on Angelina's dinner club get togethers.

The story is as tasty as the Gorgonzola Beef Tenderloin in a Barolo Reduction or the Frangelico Chocolate "Dream" Cake recipes that are included in this delightful book.

Warm and interesting characters, filled to the brim with emotion and fun, make this an enjoyable read. Seasoned just so and peppered with the love of a huge Italian family at Sunday dinner a must read "love" story.

Come hungry, Leave Full. Jan 01, Christina rated it liked it. This book was a fast read it took me about a day to finish because a large percentage of the pages are filled with recipes.

The story was fairly easy on the brainpan. Happily married woman loves her husband and loves to cook. Husband dies of a sudden heart attack.

Newly widowed woman rebuilds her life and sense of purpose by cooking amaz This book was a fast read it took me about a day to finish because a large percentage of the pages are filled with recipes.

Newly widowed woman rebuilds her life and sense of purpose by cooking amazing meals for neighborhood bachelors.

Each chapter ends with the recipes for the food that Angelina cooks for the Bachelors, including preparation and presentation instructions.

The kindle version does come with an index of recipes, which is nice, but the ink-and-paper version would probably be easier to cook from.

A nice, light read that made me hungry… mmm… food…. Jan 11, Gina rated it it was amazing Shelves: favorites. Such a comforting and delightful read! Angelina's husband dies suddenly, leaving her in a state of complete sadness and worry for the future.

After a bout of mass cooking to comfort herself, she is asked to host her first bachelor for breakfast and dinner.

More soon follow, and she ends up with seven bachelor's paying for her to cook the best foods of their lives. It brings her joy and peace after such a terrible loss.

And, of course, there's recipes. I doubt I would actually make any of them my Such a comforting and delightful read! I doubt I would actually make any of them myself, but I would certainly eat them if someone else did.

The story is full of hope, humor, good banter, and an overwhelming feeling of family. Loved it so much. This was a rewarding and comforting read about finding solace and rebuilding one's life after suffering a great loss.

I really enjoyed every character and side story. Jun 03, Jennifer rated it liked it Shelves: fiction. Quaint novel. Delicious sounding recipes.

Worthy of a road trip listen if you like easy stories with happy endings. This was a lovely book about resilience, friendship and the ways we make our own family.

I found this book hard to put down. And don't forget the food, it was awesome! Feb 15, Addictive rated it it was amazing.

Angelina has just lost her beloved husband of five years to a heart attack; the last thing he ate was a piece of her chocolate cake. Days later, she finds she is without a job as well; you would think this would make a woman cry foul and give up but one lonely night she decides to cook a thanksgiving style meal in hopes that will release all her anger, after all when does cooking not distress a woman?

But the next day finds, her refrigerator stuffed and no way of eating it all by herself before everything is spoiled so with the help of her mother in law, she delivers the baked goods around the neighborhood.

When one door closes, another opens. You just have to be ready and keep your eyes open. Jan 05, Brenda Audiobooks Only rated it really liked it Shelves: audio-i-ve-listened-to , 1-mp3-i-have , fiction.

Narrator Xe Sands brings this Italian neighborhood in South Philadelphia completely to life with her skilled narration of this moving and delicious storyline.

Frank and Angelina are blissfully happy in their marriage and with their life when Frank suddenly dies from a heart attack, leaving Angelina a young widow, adrift in a life without him.

Vocally, we experience every emotion Angelina experiences — warmth and love, a wrenching grief, sadness mixed with determination that turns to hope, and then delight as she builds a very different but once again happy life for herself.

This takes place over time with the help of family, friends and food. I particularly enjoyed hearing the Italian accents prevalent throughout the story.

View all 4 comments. Aug 11, Mary rated it really liked it Shelves: from-publisher-author , When Angelina's husband dies of a massive heart attack at only forty and while sneaking a piece of her "Dream" cake, you would think she would be put off of cooking forever.

But to Angelina, her cooking and baking gives meaning to her life. She obsessively creates new recipes and through her loves of food brings her new friends.

This story should be really sad, but I found myself totally charmed by the characters that come to inhabit Angelina's dining room as she tries to make ends meet by servi When Angelina's husband dies of a massive heart attack at only forty and while sneaking a piece of her "Dream" cake, you would think she would be put off of cooking forever.

This story should be really sad, but I found myself totally charmed by the characters that come to inhabit Angelina's dining room as she tries to make ends meet by serving food to several bachelors with questionable eating habits.

These men come to encourage her through their friendship and she keeps them in line with her food. It wonderful to read something encouraging and have happiness appear through unlikely places and people.

This book is not leaving my house and deserves a place of honor among my cookbooks! The story is interwoven with wonderful recipes that help tell Angelina's story and will have your mouth watering just reading them.

The recipes go into detail that a lot of cookbooks don't even begin to cover with step by step instructions that are easy to follow.

You can tell that the author truly loves food and I really wonder which came first: the recipes or the story. If you are a fan of food and looking for something a bit different for your book group, I think this one should be at the top of your list.

It would be really fun to make a few of the recipes for your book club meeting. Jul 04, Suzanne rated it liked it Shelves: food.

I really liked the story and loved the food descriptions. I don't know that I would ever actually make those recipes as they look long and complicated.

I loved Angelina and the bachelors and her extended family. But, I couldn't give the book a full 4 stars because a few things bothered me.

I find that rather hard to believe. And the scene with Angela being in labor for about, oh an hour, and G 3. The real kicker was though, that after Angelina has the baby, she never seems to spend time with him.

Gia and Tina take over almost full-time babysitting without a word of complaint. Then, the only day Angelina chooses to spend time with the baby is Christmas Day by herself??!!

If her extended family is as supportive as they had been throughout the book, I can't believe they'd really leave her by herself on the first Christmas without her husband.

This is a nice, make you feel good, happy ending kind of book. And those are nice to read sometimes! Of late, all I've wanted from a book is to be comforted by a story and characters that make me feel content to get lost in the words.

Angelina's Bachelors more than topped the comfort meter for me. The descriptions of Angelina's cooking had me sitting right there, in her kitchen, sipping freshly made coffee, watching her work magic with recipe ingredients.

The bachelors were uniquely attuned to exactly what Angelina needed when she needed it. All in all, a wonderful reading experience.

Opening Li Of late, all I've wanted from a book is to be comforted by a story and characters that make me feel content to get lost in the words.

Opening Lines Standing alone in the moonlit warmth of her kitchen, she stroked them each softly in turn and applied the slightest, knowing pressure to each.

They were cool to the touch now, all risen to exactly the same height, the same shape and consistency, laid side by side by side on the well-worn wooden table.

The dusky scent of dark chocolate lingered in the air and on her fingers. On happy endings Angelina thought about miracles and happy endings. They just don't happen, she thought.

The hand of God doesn't reach down and pull you out of the fire, it just flips you in the pan so you get done evenly on both sides. Dec 27, Vickie rated it it was amazing Shelves: chick-lit , in-other-words , a-z-dessert , jelly-belly-challenge , food , , a-trip-to-the-mall , awareness-ribbons , gemstones , romance.

It has been on my TBR shelf for several years and just now got around to reading it thank to a Goodread's challenge.

Angelina D'Angelo suffers a great loss when her husband dies unexpectedly. No, this isn't a spoiler.

She has to make a life for herself and begins to cook breakfast and dinner for what turns out to be six different bachelors in the South Philadelphia neighborhood.

It's a very charming story of finding one's way in life after a tragic loss. I loved all the different characters and the individual stories.

The recipes that are included sound delicious, however, I am not successful at cooking at this level.

Great story to read during the Christmas holiday! Go Cards! Nov 03, Lonestarlibrarian Keddy Ann Outlaw rated it liked it.

This was a quick, light read for me. I skipped over most of the recipes because they were unbelievably gourmet and usually quite fattening.

But Angelina love this name herself broke my heart. When she loses her husband Frank, the love of her life, Angelina opens her South Philly home to a table full of hungry bachelors.

She cooks for them twice a day, six days a week. By doing so, she gains not only a foodie fan club and a much-needed income, but also their loving support and allegiance, almos This was a quick, light read for me.

By doing so, she gains not only a foodie fan club and a much-needed income, but also their loving support and allegiance, almost as if they are family.

Because she is Italian, many of her recipes start with red sauce. She even makes her own pasta. I found myself thinking that Angelina should open a restaurant.

Read it to find out if she does, and to glory in her journey towards healing during her first year of widowhood.

Heartwarming, cute, slightly formulaic, but much like the tasty food Angelina loves to prepare, this novel goes down easily and inspires gratitude.

Nov 20, Judith Yeabsley rated it did not like it. If this had had a long haired beau and a beautiful damsel on the front it would have been more appropriate as it belongs in the Mills and Boon section where it can be ignored by those who need reality or at least a brush with it.

The whole story is so ridiculous I almost choked. Angelina loses her husband who meant the world to her and grieves for a whole day. I kid you not.

Then she starts cooking and the guy across the road offers to pay her to provide breakfast and dinner.

By the end of the f If this had had a long haired beau and a beautiful damsel on the front it would have been more appropriate as it belongs in the Mills and Boon section where it can be ignored by those who need reality or at least a brush with it.

By the end of the following day she's cooking for 7 bachelors who all come every single evening and all get along perfectly and most fancy her.

Then she has a baby but is still able to carry on as though nothing has happened and open a restaurant. Which is of course a smash hit.

No prizes for guessing the ending. Oct 22, Dr. This was a tolerable book. The recipes were not for me,but some people will like them.

They seemed too complicated,fattening and unhealthy for me. Including them in the book helped me to visualize the dishes made, the time it took to make them and the complexity of them.

The story is a sweet tale of love. I was a quick read for me. Good to carry with you on the road. I This was a tolerable book. I think it would be fun for a reading group to have a potluck with each member fixing one of the dishes in the book and bringing them to a meeting.

Enjoy this fast, easy read. Oct 21, Kris rated it it was ok Shelves: book-group , fiction. Angelina's Bachelors is a tale of overcoming grief, redefining family and bringing people together through food.

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Angelina Bachelor Wir zeigen euch einen Teil, aber wir zeigen euch nicht alles — und wir zeigen natürlich auch nicht jede Mahlzeit. Das ist hier fehl am Platz, dulde ich Carfreitag 2019 nicht! Body Attack! Sie sind hier: wa. Die Jährige präsentiert einmal mehr ihren Babybauch auf Instagram. Aber ich werde echt sauer, wenn ich sowas lese. Dieses Posting haben die Panneks parallel veröffentlicht - und ihre zuvor öffentlichen Profile auf privat gestellt.

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Showing Average rating 3. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Start your review of Angelina's Bachelors. Apr 07, Andrea rated it liked it Shelves: read A fun read, one that even as certain things bothered me I felt compelled to keep reading during any free time.

The things that bothered me: it says explicitly on the front cover that it is "A Novel, with Food," and food plays a really significant role in the storyline, but man I got kind of tired it after a while.

Really, don't read this if you're not at all interested in food. Each meal is described - the ingredients, the process, etc, and then characters comment on each meal, and then after ev A fun read, one that even as certain things bothered me I felt compelled to keep reading during any free time.

Each meal is described - the ingredients, the process, etc, and then characters comment on each meal, and then after everyone is finished there is an actual recipe.

So every meal is covered at least twice, sometimes three times. Also, many of the recipes occur mid-chapter, and thus mid-action, which I felt was awkward she leaves the kitchen - recipe - she goes upstairs The other thing that bothered me is that Angelina is treated as an Old Maid - a woman who missed her first round of opportunities, who sadly didn't have kids during her marriage and is now alone without any, etc.

But I did the math, and I think she's just in her early 30's. So, really? I'm nearly 30 and I don't feel nearly so out of time as everyone seems to think Angelina is.

Although, who knows in what decade this is set? Anyway, clearly some complaints, but overall it is an enjoyable easy read, comfortable.

Dec 01, Carrie rated it it was ok. I was really disappointed in this book. It should have been a nice story: A young widow begins cooking for the unmarried men in her neighborhood in order to make ends meet.

The problem is that there's no character to these characters. Angelina has no personality of her own, no opinions, very little back story.

Everything and supposedly these are are nice things, it's not anything bad or anything I just could I was really disappointed in this book.

I just couldn't get over how patronizing it all was. Angelina has no control over her life. All the decisions, including resolving a potential love triangle, are made by the men.

She's just a place holder. The author has probably noticed that food novels are quite popular right now. But, Mr. O'Reilly, there's more to a good novel than a few overly complicated recipes.

We need to care about the characters. And it's hard to care about these. View 1 comment. Feb 05, Brian rated it it was ok.

As much as I wanted to like this book, it was a birthday present, but I couldnt' get into it. It was very sappy, cheesy, and not very well written.

The main character just lost her husband, who dies while he is trying to get a piece of cake of a heart attack.

She then is depressed but decided to relieve that depression by cooking for the single men in her neighborhood. Scattered throughout this novel are very complicated recipes that I would never make.

This book got great reviews on Amazon, but As much as I wanted to like this book, it was a birthday present, but I couldnt' get into it. This book got great reviews on Amazon, but as far as I am concerned, it's mostly fluff.

Jan 05, Sarah rated it really liked it Shelves: I thoroughly enjoyed Angelina. Many romances involving second marriages add emphasis to the new relationship by denigrating the previous one, even in little ways, and even if it was a good, happy marriage that ended in tragic death instead of bitter divorce.

I was grateful for the high view of marriage expressed here; more Christ-honoring, with one significant exception, than a great many "christian romances".

The food aspect inspired humility, fear, and most of all my creative juices; I'd love to try some of those elaborately elegant recipes, though others not so much!

They really did bring the narrative together in a special way. Such a fun idea, and a delightful execution. Oct 29, Elise rated it did not like it.

I got this as an ARC at work, intrigued by the plot and the integration of recipes into the narrative. Unfortunately, the book didn't deliver on it's promises.

The characters were dull and predictable, the plot boring and the recipes completely ridiculous. Above all, I felt like the author was part of a very conservative, staid generation that can't actually relate to modern life.

None of the relationships felt real enough for the 21st century--that is if, as I assume, it was supposed to be a co I got this as an ARC at work, intrigued by the plot and the integration of recipes into the narrative.

None of the relationships felt real enough for the 21st century--that is if, as I assume, it was supposed to be a contemporary story? Not to mention that Angelina's grief at the death of her husband seemed to disappear early into the novel.

Don't waste your time, folks. Nov 10, Kim rated it liked it. Oooh all the dishes except for the veal ones sounded so yummy! Apr 06, Rebecca rated it liked it Shelves: romance , family-story.

This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. After Angelina's husband dies at a young age, all she has left is her close South Philly neighborhood and gourmet cooking.

Almost by accident, she sets up a small business cooking breakfast and dinner for several neighborhood bachelors, who become more like a family over the months.

As Angelina's life goes through ups and downs, her bachelors are there for her, and one may even offer her more than just friendship.

The book is filled with descriptions of wonderful meals, and apparently the audiob After Angelina's husband dies at a young age, all she has left is her close South Philly neighborhood and gourmet cooking.

The book is filled with descriptions of wonderful meals, and apparently the audiobook comes with a PDF of recipes, but since I can't cook, I didn't bother to check it out!

This book was pretty much predictable from start to finish, which some people would probably enjoy I enjoy a predictable book often enough, myself.

A lot of it was depressing, naturally since her husband dies there's a fairly graphic description of his death by heart attack that I could have done without , and some other things are also described too graphically for me.

What I enjoyed most about the book was the description of the food. I thought other things didn't work so well. When Angelina has a baby which I pretty much knew would happen, and that was graphically described as well , it's amazing how little work it ends up being for her, because her husband's family is so eager to take over all baby care for her.

I don't even have kids, and I know it's not so easy to drop all your child responsibilities so you can get on with your life. By the end of the story, they must either return to religious life, or die.

Witness Ballykissangel. It's like a street gang; once in, you can never get out with your life. The last one who got out was Maria Von Trapp, and I think that was only because she managed to get herself seven children without ever having sex.

Aug 16, Maureen Ann rated it really liked it. To begin, I must disclaim that I won this book as part of a Goodreads giveaway.

This has not in any way influenced my review. I have heard the old saying that you should never judge a book by its cover and I have read far too many books to rely exclusively on that method of judging.

But, the sole reason I entered the Goodreads giveaway was because I was drawn in by the cover. I can't say exactly what it was, but I found it intriguing and I wanted a copy of this book.

Within the first few pages, I To begin, I must disclaim that I won this book as part of a Goodreads giveaway. Within the first few pages, I was drawn into the story of Angelina and her grief.

I read the book in two days, while simultaneously reading another book, because it was too good to put down.

Angelina, like so many women, used food to comfort her in her grief. But she did not simply consume the vast quantities of food she was making - she reached out to others and shared what she had created.

In doing this, she found a way to support herself, both financially and emotionally. Overall, the characters were well drawn, though there were times where I would have liked to ask the author a few questions about a particular character.

I did check a few times to make sure I was remembering correctly that this book was written by a man. His grasp of the female perspective was excellent.

This book was definitely a good read, though I fear that my waistline expanded as I read. I was inspired to make several favorites lasagne and try a few new recipes as I went along.

It says on the cover that it is a novel with food. I misunderstood and thought the author intended for me to read the novel with food always available There are a few predictable plot lines throughout the story, but they are not really a negative impact on the entire book.

The story moved well and the characters were likable. I would wholeheartedly recommend this book to absolutely anyone who was looking for a great summer, or fall, read.

Jun 30, Parismaddy rated it really liked it. Angelina starts cooking after her husband, Frank, passes away. Her neighbor, retiree Basil, loves her food and hires her to cook meals for him.

She needs a job and he needs good food so it seems like a win-win match. Word of her skill in the kitchen spreads and Guy, Basil's nephew, along with other eligible bachelors join in on Angelina's dinner club get togethers.

The story is as tasty as the Gorgonzola Beef Tenderloin in a Barolo Reduction or the Frangelico Chocolate "Dream" Cake recipes that are included in this delightful book.

Warm and interesting characters, filled to the brim with emotion and fun, make this an enjoyable read. Seasoned just so and peppered with the love of a huge Italian family at Sunday dinner a must read "love" story.

Come hungry, Leave Full. Jan 01, Christina rated it liked it. This book was a fast read it took me about a day to finish because a large percentage of the pages are filled with recipes.

The story was fairly easy on the brainpan. Happily married woman loves her husband and loves to cook. Husband dies of a sudden heart attack.

Newly widowed woman rebuilds her life and sense of purpose by cooking amaz This book was a fast read it took me about a day to finish because a large percentage of the pages are filled with recipes.

Newly widowed woman rebuilds her life and sense of purpose by cooking amazing meals for neighborhood bachelors. Each chapter ends with the recipes for the food that Angelina cooks for the Bachelors, including preparation and presentation instructions.

The kindle version does come with an index of recipes, which is nice, but the ink-and-paper version would probably be easier to cook from.

A nice, light read that made me hungry… mmm… food…. Jan 11, Gina rated it it was amazing Shelves: favorites. Such a comforting and delightful read!

Angelina's husband dies suddenly, leaving her in a state of complete sadness and worry for the future. After a bout of mass cooking to comfort herself, she is asked to host her first bachelor for breakfast and dinner.

More soon follow, and she ends up with seven bachelor's paying for her to cook the best foods of their lives. It brings her joy and peace after such a terrible loss.

And, of course, there's recipes. I doubt I would actually make any of them my Such a comforting and delightful read! I doubt I would actually make any of them myself, but I would certainly eat them if someone else did.

The story is full of hope, humor, good banter, and an overwhelming feeling of family. Loved it so much. This was a rewarding and comforting read about finding solace and rebuilding one's life after suffering a great loss.

I really enjoyed every character and side story. Jun 03, Jennifer rated it liked it Shelves: fiction. Quaint novel. Delicious sounding recipes.

Worthy of a road trip listen if you like easy stories with happy endings. This was a lovely book about resilience, friendship and the ways we make our own family.

I found this book hard to put down. And don't forget the food, it was awesome! Feb 15, Addictive rated it it was amazing.

Angelina has just lost her beloved husband of five years to a heart attack; the last thing he ate was a piece of her chocolate cake. Days later, she finds she is without a job as well; you would think this would make a woman cry foul and give up but one lonely night she decides to cook a thanksgiving style meal in hopes that will release all her anger, after all when does cooking not distress a woman?

But the next day finds, her refrigerator stuffed and no way of eating it all by herself before everything is spoiled so with the help of her mother in law, she delivers the baked goods around the neighborhood.

When one door closes, another opens. You just have to be ready and keep your eyes open. Jan 05, Brenda Audiobooks Only rated it really liked it Shelves: audio-i-ve-listened-to , 1-mp3-i-have , fiction.

Narrator Xe Sands brings this Italian neighborhood in South Philadelphia completely to life with her skilled narration of this moving and delicious storyline.

Frank and Angelina are blissfully happy in their marriage and with their life when Frank suddenly dies from a heart attack, leaving Angelina a young widow, adrift in a life without him.

Vocally, we experience every emotion Angelina experiences — warmth and love, a wrenching grief, sadness mixed with determination that turns to hope, and then delight as she builds a very different but once again happy life for herself.

This takes place over time with the help of family, friends and food. I particularly enjoyed hearing the Italian accents prevalent throughout the story.

View all 4 comments. Aug 11, Mary rated it really liked it Shelves: from-publisher-author , When Angelina's husband dies of a massive heart attack at only forty and while sneaking a piece of her "Dream" cake, you would think she would be put off of cooking forever.

But to Angelina, her cooking and baking gives meaning to her life. She obsessively creates new recipes and through her loves of food brings her new friends.

This story should be really sad, but I found myself totally charmed by the characters that come to inhabit Angelina's dining room as she tries to make ends meet by servi When Angelina's husband dies of a massive heart attack at only forty and while sneaking a piece of her "Dream" cake, you would think she would be put off of cooking forever.

This story should be really sad, but I found myself totally charmed by the characters that come to inhabit Angelina's dining room as she tries to make ends meet by serving food to several bachelors with questionable eating habits.

These men come to encourage her through their friendship and she keeps them in line with her food. It wonderful to read something encouraging and have happiness appear through unlikely places and people.

This book is not leaving my house and deserves a place of honor among my cookbooks! The story is interwoven with wonderful recipes that help tell Angelina's story and will have your mouth watering just reading them.

The recipes go into detail that a lot of cookbooks don't even begin to cover with step by step instructions that are easy to follow.

You can tell that the author truly loves food and I really wonder which came first: the recipes or the story. If you are a fan of food and looking for something a bit different for your book group, I think this one should be at the top of your list.

It would be really fun to make a few of the recipes for your book club meeting. Jul 04, Suzanne rated it liked it Shelves: food.

I really liked the story and loved the food descriptions. I don't know that I would ever actually make those recipes as they look long and complicated.

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