From early childhood I have always been interested in cooking. In the early days I would sit on the kitchen sink and "help"
my grandma cook. I soon advanced to making the sauce for the Sunday afternoon Bar-B-Que then on to Bar-B-Queing the steaks for the whole family. This is something I really enjoyed.
I grew up eating everything on my plate (except liver). When we lived outside of town, we had a large garden, a variety of fruit trees, and we raised chickens. I helped water and weed the garden and pick the fruit. I also got to help catch the chickens for dinner. (I never had to kill one). I watched grandma cook the food and I learned.
I carried my interest in cooking forward. After I left home, I bought recipe books and studied more. I enjoyed
cooking. I married and my wife shared my interest in cooking. My mother-in-law also had a keen interest in cooking.
She had boxes and boxes of cookbooks and recipes she had clipped from regional magazines and newspapers as she
and her husband traveled on business. Gail and I traveled all over the United States, Europe and Mexico. Sampling
food and buying recipe books as we went.
I kept notes on foods I liked and I finally decided to publish. The recipes in this book have been altered to make them healthier, tastier, and easier to make. I have also included a beverage guide and several appendixes covering what I have learned about beverages, seasoning, nutrition, diet, exercise, weight control, supplements, and table settings.
I know you are going to like these recipes because they are my favorites.
Good Food Made Easy
Many of the newly emancipated eat out. But a diet of fast foods, Roach Coach cuisine, restaurant/store food will have a negative impact on your health. This book teaches you how to prepare tasty, inexpensive meals. This book was written for people with little or no cooking experience. It covers easy to fix recipes, cooking instructions, use of appliances, and information on diet and nutrition.