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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 he 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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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 he 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

30 review for A Cookbook by Ted

  1. 4 out of 5

    Michael

    Ted must be a Southerner, as I recognize a lot of these recipes. There is a hearty batch of desserts, with an emphasis on pies, which make up the majority of this nice little recipe book. There is also a handy little section on herbs and spices with a quick summary of, for example, what herb goes with what type of dish. If you're looking for a few quick dessert recipes, this is a good one. Ted, you're a man after my own heart! Ted must be a Southerner, as I recognize a lot of these recipes. There is a hearty batch of desserts, with an emphasis on pies, which make up the majority of this nice little recipe book. There is also a handy little section on herbs and spices with a quick summary of, for example, what herb goes with what type of dish. If you're looking for a few quick dessert recipes, this is a good one. Ted, you're a man after my own heart!

  2. 4 out of 5

    J

    First of all I see that there is suppose to be a second book and I would love to get my hands on it just to see what treasures are included in it. And whether the series is going to be a great one for any cooks to have since I truly enjoyed this particular one. The book starts off explaining why Ted is able and in a position to write a cookbook, which those requirements aren't truly necessary at all. But I did enjoy this inclusion since it helps to inspire the reader since these aren't just ran First of all I see that there is suppose to be a second book and I would love to get my hands on it just to see what treasures are included in it. And whether the series is going to be a great one for any cooks to have since I truly enjoyed this particular one. The book starts off explaining why Ted is able and in a position to write a cookbook, which those requirements aren't truly necessary at all. But I did enjoy this inclusion since it helps to inspire the reader since these aren't just random recipes but tried-and-true choices that have been used on so many other people down the line. And furthermore although gender doesn't normally matter when it comes to writing a book this is a great book to offset the so many female voices found within cooking and one that isn't as famous like some "television chefs". From there the recipes weren't truly put in an organized fashion but in the Kindle version after each presented recipe was a working link that would take you back to the Table of Contents. That offset the fact of having to slide all the way back to the beginning then having to attempt to see if you could find any particular recipe you may be looking for. The other thing is the fact that the book does have some spelling errors and some measurement errors in the cooking (or I may have just read it wrong) so for those who are strict upon that it is something to be aware of before picking up this book. Otherwise the recipes sounded delicious and I found myself wanting to try more than half of them. And what truly made the giving of the recipes so special to me is the fact the author does more than provide you with a recipe. A lot of the options either gives you more information such as how long you should wait on serving something, what extras can be added, what are considered good Christmas presents and so much more instead of you just got a book, etc. so you are definitely getting more than you bargained for. And if you choose to read the book through then you will find clever and witty quotes that break-up the writing. All in all if you are a chef or a cook who is out for some adventurous cooking than this book will be for you. Tongue-in-cheek it will give a new meaning to enjoying your food in its preparation while allowing you to get to know Ted at the same time.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Ivonne Rovira

    Onetime restauranteur Ted Summerfield has generously shared some of the recipes he used in his Vancouver bistro with the world, and they're so good that you'll be surprised that this Kindle eBook is free. Sprinkled with interesting quotations, Summerfield has created a cookbook that does one's heart good -- figuratively, if definitely not literally. Many, if not most, of the recipes are traditional British fare or recipes brought back to England and Canada from the days of the Empire: roast beef Onetime restauranteur Ted Summerfield has generously shared some of the recipes he used in his Vancouver bistro with the world, and they're so good that you'll be surprised that this Kindle eBook is free. Sprinkled with interesting quotations, Summerfield has created a cookbook that does one's heart good -- figuratively, if definitely not literally. Many, if not most, of the recipes are traditional British fare or recipes brought back to England and Canada from the days of the Empire: roast beef and Yorkshire pudding, a curry, and lots of pies, both sweet and savory. As you'd expect, there's plenty of butter, bacon, carbohydrates, and refined sugars in these pages, but that's definitely OK. Summerfield also has some great pages on the use herbs and spices. When you reach the last page, you'll be sorry there aren't more offerings in this little book. Be prepared for the occasional use of what I'll call "Canadianisms": for example, "icing sugar" for powdered or confectioner's sugar and the use of both metric and imperial measures. Summerfield has penned an excellent cookbook. I only hope that Summerfield, who mostly writes puzzle books, will take a break from books that provide food for the mind and craft another aimed at food for the stomach.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Cheryl

    NOTE: Free from Amazon

  5. 5 out of 5

    Abby

    This has some good ideas, especially for a spinach salad dressing, and the stew looks wonderful. I wish it had been longer and had more recipes.

  6. 4 out of 5

    joe gluvna

  7. 4 out of 5

    Terri Krambeer

  8. 4 out of 5

    Cheryl L. Williamson

  9. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer

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    Crystal

  11. 4 out of 5

    Lucy Chubb

  12. 5 out of 5

    Diane Hill

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    Rick Ming

  14. 5 out of 5

    Anita

  15. 4 out of 5

    Chant

  16. 5 out of 5

    Rebekah Kimme

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    Sarah Winter

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    Angie Cain

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    Thomas Reid

  20. 4 out of 5

    Carla

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    frances

  22. 4 out of 5

    Sandra Klingenberg

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    Beverly

  24. 5 out of 5

    cjohnson

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    Robin Flores

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    lakesha lawson

  27. 5 out of 5

    Cheryl Jones kneubuhl

  28. 4 out of 5

    wordenl

  29. 5 out of 5

    Charlotte Gerber

  30. 5 out of 5

    Gwendolyn

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