H is for How to Eat a Cupcake by Meg Donohue.
Synopsis from Goodreads: Funny, free-spirited Annie Quintana and sophisticated, ambitious Julia St. Clair come from two different worlds. Yet, as the daughter of the St. Clair’s housekeeper, Annie grew up in Julia’s San Francisco mansion and they forged a bond that only two little girls who know nothing of class differences and scholarships could—until a life-altering betrayal destroyed their friendship.
A decade later, Annie is now a talented, if underpaid, pastry chef who bakes to fill the void left in her heart by her mother’s death. Julia, a successful businesswoman, is tormented by a painful secret that could jeopardize her engagement to the man she loves. When a chance reunion prompts the unlikely duo to open a cupcakery, they must overcome past hurts and a mysterious saboteur or risk losing their fledgling business and any chance of healing their fractured friendship.
I just finished this book and let me tell you, description of the food alone is worth the read. I loved the characters, though it did take me a little while to care about them, longer than I would have thought. That being said, once I did, I really loved both of the main characters and found the plot even had some twists I didn't see coming.
Can you think of a book that has delicious descriptions?