Stir it up, little darling, stir it up Come on, baby, come on and stir it up, little darling, stir it up. It's been a long, long time Since I've got you on my mind And now you are here I say, it's so clear To see what we can do, honey, just me and you. Come on and stir it up, little darling, stir it up Come on baby, come on and stir it up, little darling, stir it up. I'll push the wood I'll blaze your fire Then I'll satisfy your heart's desire Said I'll stir it, yeah, ev'ry minute, yeah All you got to do is keep it in, baby.
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Read More Edit Wiki. Ooh, stir it up Little darlin', stir it up Come on and stir it up Little darlin', stir it up It's been a long, long time Since I've got you on my mind And now you are here, I say it's so clear See what we could do, honey Just me and you, oh, we could stir it up Little darlin', stir it up Come on and stir it up Ooh, little darlin', stir it up I push the wood stir it, stir it, stir it, yeah I blaze your fire stir it, stir it, stir it, yeah Then I satisfy your, your heart's desire stir it, stir it, stir it, yeah Said I stir it, yeah stir it, stir it, stir it, yeah Every minute, yeah stir it, stir it, stir it, yeah All you got to do, honey stir it, stir it, stir it, yeah Is keep it in and stir it up stir it, stir it, stir it, yeah Little darlin', stir it up Come on and stir it up Ooh, little darlin', stir it up Yeah Oh would you quench me while I'm thirsty?
Oh, would you cool me down, when I'm hot? Your recipe darlin', is so tasty, And you sure can stir your pot, so Stir it up Little darlin', stir it up Come on and stir it up Ooh, little darlin', stir it up Come on and stir it up Oh, little darlin', stir it up Stir it up Little darlin', stir it up Stir it up Little darlin', stir it up Come on and stir it up Ooh, little darlin', stir it up Won't you just stir it up?
Lyrics powered by LyricFind. Stir It Up song meanings. Add your thoughts 32 Comments. General Comment One of the most sensual songs ever. Bob is the man! There was an error. This song is about him cheating on his wife. At the time he was on tour he had a wife back in Jamaica. When he would tour to different countries he would hook up with girls of different race Stir it up.
It was also something different from his wife your recipe,darling, is so tasty. And of course about smokin' a lil weed. Flag effrees on January 03, When the truth is discovered her parents are disappointed and angry. Though they soon support their daughter, who has a very good chance at being the first Super Chef Kid. The author is a trained chef and food writer, it shows in her main character. Anjali does an excellent job in talking about and describing food. It's easy to see Anjali passion and love of cooking. Away from food the story doesn't feel as natural.
I do like Anjali's relationship with her grandmother and best friend Linc. Out of all the secondary characters those two are the best develop. Though overall there wasn't much depths in the characters. The story was okay, the food shines throughout. This would be a good suggestion for anyone who enjoys being in the kitchen. The best thing about Stir It Up are the recipes. The book is worth buying for the 14 recipes alone. Ganeshram gives step by step instructions on how to cook each one. Everything sounded delicious. Two of my favorite, the coconut dark chocolate chip cookies and the shrimp burger pitas.
Jul 01, Jill rated it liked it. This charming book for ages ten and over will have you salivating for Caribbean food. Evaluation: While the main character is Trinidadian, her fellow schoolmates in Queens are a veritable United Nations collection. I loved all the diversity in this book and all the information particularly regarding food, of course about other cultures.
My nieces love to cook, so I think they would identify with Anjali, and perhaps even want to try the great-looking recipes included in the text. The author knows of what she writes: she is a food writer, cookbook author and professional chef trained at the same place her protagonist attends, the Institute of Culinary Education in New York City. Rating: 3. Dec 13, Andrea G rated it really liked it. She has always dreamed of becoming a professional chef with a cooking show. One day Anjali and her grandmother went to a cooking class.
After the cooking class was over she received an invitation for the Celebrity Chef Kids competition. Anjali was so excited that she told her family when she got home. They congradulated her and the coversation was over. Then, Anjali told them that the audition date was on the same day as Styvestant test a test to get into a private school that her parents want her to attend. Her parents told her that she could not go to the audition. They wanted her to go and take the entrance test. Anjali was angry about her parents' decision.
She went and made a video with her friend to send in for the competiton. She then got a letter that she made it through to the next round. Will Anjali's dream of becoming a celebrity chef come true? I thought that this was a very good book to read because it kept me in suspense.
For example, when Anjali kept pleasing the judges with her meals, I was tempted to keep reading because I wanted to find out if she would make it to the next round. Also, I thought that it was fun to read because it gave the recipies of the foods that she makes. Overall, I thought that this was an interesting book to read. Jun 05, Reading Vacation rated it really liked it.
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Bake for an hour. The writing will include detailed descriptions of the Trinidadian food, and the story will be an easy read. Be sure to tell everyone that Anjali should not have kept a secret from her parents, but I appreciate her enthusiasm for achieving her goals. I like the turquoise and red that really pop! Jun 26, Barbara rated it it was ok Shelves: ncbla. Anjali Krishnan loves to cook and to invent recipes while working in her father's shop, but her dreams clash with those of her parents.
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When her chance to compete as a chef on a cooking reality show turns out to be set for the same date as a high school admissions test, Anjali's parents refuse to give her permissions for the contest. The determined teen finds another adult to accompany her and hides her disobedience until results from the admissions test start arriving. Despite her parents' disa Anjali Krishnan loves to cook and to invent recipes while working in her father's shop, but her dreams clash with those of her parents.
Despite her parents' disappointment in her dishonesty, they still support her when she makes the finals of the contest. While Anjali is more fleshed out than the other characters who seem rather flat, the star here is the descriptive writing of the wonderful Trinidadian foods and recipes Anjali dishes up. The author even includes simple-to-follow recipes for hungry readers. Even at her tender age of 13, Anjali is a talented cook and chef. Every day after school, she helps out at her family's Trinidadian restaurant in New York. She gets her friend Linc to help her made a video to submit to the station for review.
She gets the call! But, the audition falls at the same date and time of her upcoming exam to get into a prestigious school which h Even at her tender age of 13, Anjali is a talented cook and chef. But, the audition falls at the same date and time of her upcoming exam to get into a prestigious school which her parents want her to attend. Anjali lies to her parents and goes to the try-outs.
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What follows is discussion and disappointment on both sides. Will her dream of becoming a food network star come to fruition?
Stir It Up is a sweet, simple story without much substance, but gets its point across quickly. A fluffy read for kids who dream of being a chef. Feb 11, Kira McGann rated it really liked it. A fun, quick read about a six-grade girl named Anjali whose father and family runs a roti shop in Queens, New York. She also has the smarts to get into the prestigious Forest Hills School.
Which path will she follow? You must read to find out. In fact, I look forward to trying out a few of them over the next week i. Oct 20, Bdalton rated it really liked it Shelves: young-adult-fiction. Take one determined girl with a desire to cook, mix in one helpful cooking teacher and one supportive grandmother, and slowly add a pinch of deceit, and a large dose of ambition to get the recipe for Stir It Up, a novel about a young immigrant girl who tries to win a chance to host her own TV cooking show. Anjali Krishnan learned to cook from her grandmother and from working in her father's Trinidadian curry shop in Queens.
Her parents don't want to see her cooking for a living but Anjali perser Take one determined girl with a desire to cook, mix in one helpful cooking teacher and one supportive grandmother, and slowly add a pinch of deceit, and a large dose of ambition to get the recipe for Stir It Up, a novel about a young immigrant girl who tries to win a chance to host her own TV cooking show.
Her parents don't want to see her cooking for a living but Anjali perserves. The story is simple.
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The pace is fast. This will appeal to young teens who like stories about fellow teens pursuing their goals and to all those with a passion for cooking. When she becomes a finalist to have her own cooking show on the Food Network, she knows this is her chance. Anjali must then decide between following her dreams and listening to her parents. Sprinkled with recipes and a fun storyline, this story is delicious! Nov 19, Bridget rated it really liked it Shelves: kid-lit. This was a good, easy read for older kids. It gives people who don't know an awareness of NYC's mix of public, private, and specialized schools.
Most of our kids are probably unaware of the idea of having to test and compete to go to a school until college. Some of the recipes even struck me as yummy sounding now that I'm older and less picky. Anjali is a Trinidad-American with a passion for cooking, strict parents, and a chance to win hosting duties on a Food Network show for kids. Will Anjali follow her dreams or the wishes of those around her?
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A simple question, the answer is tied up quickly, the book moves at a pretty crazy pace. I didn't love it, but I didn't hate it, either. A lot of cooking references, perhaps 20 pages of recipes, so there's a lot here for a certain reader overall. Feb 29, Shazzer rated it liked it Shelves: middle-grade , middle-grade. Decent novel about pursuing your dreams, and the obstacles that land in your way.
I was a little disappointed in the way Anjali's lie is handled and so easily forgiven. It was a big lie, and I felt like there wasn't a lot of fallout from that. That instance struck me as unrealistic. But overall, I enjoyed Anjali's character, and her love of cooking is infectious. I also love that the recipes were included with the text. I can't wait to try some of them out! Readers also enjoyed. Goodreads is hiring! If you like books and love to build cool products, we may be looking for you.
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