A Cookbook by Ted

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These recipes are much better than the title of my cookbook. I have used these for many years at home and my restaurant. Among the recipes included are: Fish Pie, Mulligatawny, Greek shortbread, Double Peanut Butter Roll-ups, Quiche Lorraine, Tourtiere, Pecan Pie, Cherry Pie, Beets and Oranges, Butterscotch Pie, Curried Shrimp, and Three Cheese Rice. Also information on herbs and spices
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About Ted Summerfield

I'm a former member of the Radio Television News Directors Association and during the last 30 years I've written news stories, sports stories, stories for children, puzzles, and plays for puppets. Many of my ebooks are color picture books for children, and include printable black and white pictures at the end of a story. Please visit my blog for the latest information on my ebooks, and any updates or changes or comments. Ted. PS: Please help stop cruelty to animals and support your favorite humane society or organization.

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Ria Stone reviewed on Nov. 19, 2013

A Cookbook by Ted.

Oh my goodness, I laughed out loud at this quote:

No diet will remove all the fat from your body because the brain is entirely fat. Without a brain you might look good, but all you could do is run for public office. ---Covert Bailey.

I can’t pass up a free cookbook even though I am a non-cook. I can barely boil water, but I keep trying.

Ted gets a lot of kudos from me. He lists the ingredients and writes the instructions in an easy-to-read format. Plus, Ted has included several humorous quotes.

It is a short cookbook, but you can find recipes for stew, lots of pies, tarts, rice dishes and more.

Because I only have a hot plate, a microwave and a slow cooker, these are the recipes I think I can manage:

Curried shrimp,
Three cheese rice,
Mulligatawmy Stew,
Stew and Dumplings, and
The Spinach Salad Dressing and Spinach Salad.

I also found a lot of useful information in the glossaries of herbs and spices and the tips on frozen chicken/turkey.

I read cookbooks for more than the recipes. Sometimes you get some local history, humor, cooking tips, lovely mouth-watering pictures and an understanding of how to handle various food products and more.

Ted Summerfield is an interesting and prolific author. Besides writing a multitude of puzzle books and more, he ran a bistro for several years in Canada where some of these recipes were used.
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K. C. Boone, MSFE reviewed on April 17, 2013

Liked the recipes and loved the humor!
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