LAS VEGAS (PRWEB) October 06, 2012
According to author Scott R. Taylor, the only rule in cooking is: “If it tastes good—eat it.” In his 45 plus years of cooking, he has had truly good times and this inspired him to create a cookbook that reiterates his opinion that Everyone Can Cook.
For many years, Taylor has wanted a cookbook that not only gives him recipes but also shows and tells him the things he needs to know to prepare dishes that he would be proud to serve. Everyone Can Cook is the culmination of that dream. In this cookbook, the author shares secrets of the cooking trade from tips on how-to, culinary terms, spices to yummy recipes that everyone can make. He reveals the importance of food appealing to the senses as people do not eat only with their mouths, but also with their nose and eyes.
Taylor believes that if a person likes to cook and eat, then he or she should get up and do it. Anyone can cook even without going to culinary school and they can learn by doing just as he did. For the foodie, culinary student, homemaker, college student or anyone who just likes to eat, Everyone Can Cook will teach them what they want to know about cooking and enjoy doing it.
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About the Author
One of the things that author Scott R. Taylor loves in life is to eat good food. Born in the early 1950’s in a middle class family on the south side of Chicago, he got his first look at fusion cooking from his parents. His father was from Tennessee and his mother was from Ohio. While growing up, he considered his parents along with his grandmas to the world’s best in cooking and in his mind, nobody could top them. When the author hit his early teens, he learned he could not eat out every meal, so he wanted to learn to cook. This passion for food eventually led him to a 45-year cooking career.
EVERYONE CAN COOK * by Scott R. Taylor
Publication Date: September 18, 2012
Trade Paperback; $23.99; 606 pages; 978-1-4797-1124-6
Trade Hardback; $34.99; 606 pages; 978-1-4797-1125-3
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