Chef Tell The Biography of America's Pioneer TV Showman Chef
Foreword by Chef Walter Staib
After winning an open audition for a syndicated TV segment, he became America's first "rock-star" TV chef with an active fan base of 40,000,000 Baby Boomers -- more than Julia Child. Over the next three decades he blazed the trail for, as TV host Regis Philbin put it, "... all this television madness about chefs."
The complete and richly detailed, timeless life story of this amazing personality -- an American culinary icon -- resonates with readers: all have posted five-star reviews to date, including several celebrities.
Written by the chef's brother-in-law, internationally published author Ronald Joseph Kule, this 454-page, hard cover biography with 70 photos and seven NEW recipes, published by Skyhorse Publishing of New York City, satisfies adult readers of any age on many levels. (Also available online as an Ebook and audiobook.)