Wayne Phillips

Biography

Retired from the U.S. Navy, Submarine Service after 22 years. Traveled to many different countries and states during my career. After retiring from the Navy worked in the IT industry for several large communications firms then started my own consulting and training business. During my travels and after retirement my passion was cooking. I have learned so many different recipes and changed them to improve flavor and texture, then thought how great it would be to provide them to the world. So, I decided to start writing cookbooks. The first is titled: EXOTIC Foods of the World, Appetizers and Dips to Die For, Series 1. I plan to write several cookbooks followed by business books on subject matter that I was involved in when I had my own business.

I was born in Chicago, IL, but grew up in Miami, FL. My parents were involved in carnival business, so I traveled to many states while growing up. I went into the Navy when I turned 18 years of age.

Books

Exotic Foods of the World - Appetizers and Dips to Die For
Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 7,230. Language: English. Published: April 8, 2015. Categories: Nonfiction » Cooking, Food, Wine, Spirits » International, Nonfiction » Cooking, Food, Wine, Spirits » Entertaining
These fantastic tasting recipes have been tested on so many people that we feel no additional testing is needed, EXCEPT YOU! The recipes are in their final form. They are the kind of recipes that even I make over and over again. I also have certain favorites like the CRAB DIP from Hawaii, and LUMPIA from the Philippines. They are LIP SMAKIN,TONGUE TASTIN, FINGER LICKIN Good.
Leftovers an American Tragedy
You set the price! Words: 15,430. Language: English. Published: February 23, 2015. Categories: Nonfiction » Relationships and Family » Family relationships, Nonfiction » Inspiration » Personal inspiration
PLEASE don't put me in there son! Please don't, for I shall surely die. Listen Dad, you have to go as we can't take care of you any longer. You won't listen and won't take your medications. We just can't take it any more. You have to go. This may sound like an extreme situation but, happens much too often. When children just don't want the responsibility of taking care of their elderly parents.

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