CHEF TELL America's Pioneer TV Showman Chef 2nd Edition eBook
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(110,000+ words, 347 pages, EPUB digital eBook)
If you're a foodie, or you loved Julia Child on TV, you'll love this Second Edition eBook about CHEF TELL America's Pioneer TV Showman Chef!
Merely 28 years old and newly arrived in America, in 1974, Friedemann Paul Erhardt, Germany's youngest Master Chef, gained quick and lasting fame as the nation's first-ever syndicated TV chef, CHEF TELL, by winning an open audition in Rittenhouse Square in Philadelphia. Within weeks, his fan base blossomed to 40,000,000 Baby Boomers - 8X more than his contemporary, Julia Child. Over 10,000 recipe requests came in weekly, and magazines featured the 6'3," 250-pound, Fu Manchu mustachioed chef who could cook, talk, and make his audiences laugh simultaneously despite his heavy German accent!
Chef Tell's story shares legendary life lessons that will be evergreen for generations to come. This biography's hardcover first edition won hearts and scores of five-star reviews by readers! Chef Tell's inimitable spirit and love of people from all walks of life make for a delightful read for women and men of all ages!
CHEF TELL, the 2nd Edition eBook, is the perfect gift for foodies and for readers who love biographies!