Biographies By Ronald Joseph Kule
CHEF TELL The Biography of America's Pioneer TV Showman Chef
With forewords by Emmy-winning TV hosts, Regis Philbin and Chef Walter Staib, this hardcover book covers the lifetime of one of our nation's culinary icons. Chef Tell blazed the trail for the TV chefs we watch today. His fan base numbered 40,000,000 Baby Boomers, larger than Julia Child's.
At 452 pages, with 70 photos and a seven-course dinner of new recipes from Chef Tell, this hardcover book is published by Skyhorse Publishing, NYC. Also available in eBook and Audiobook formats online and in bookstores everywhere.
In 2012, the Gamecocks fielded a team made up of mostly freshmen and a few veterans, hoping to make it back to Omaha for an almost unprecedented third year in a row. After a rough early season, the squad gelled into a remarkably able, winning group of young men battling for an historic three-peat CWS championship.
The story includes an account of the memorable swan-song evening when one of the most prolific pitchers in Gamecocks history, Michael Roth, pitched for the last time at Carolina Stadium.
Author Ronald Joseph Kule is working on two biographies, which will be released in 2016-7.
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