My First Kindle Book: “No Sides Needed” Just $1.49
Check out the presser for my first e-cookbook, No Sides Needed:
“NEW KINDLE COOKBOOK IS A GUIDE TO SIMPLIFYING LIFE.”
Celebrity Chef Stuart Reb Donald Introduces First e-Book of Recipes for the Busy Family.
Mobile, AL – Award winning food writer and chef Stuart Reb Donald is at it again and this time he’s gone digital for his first cookbook for Kindle No Sides Need: 34 Recipes to Simplify Life. The author is also offering the e-book for a special introductory price of just $1.49.
Donald, long established as one of the most passionate food writers in the blogosphere, offers busy families a chance to eat good without too much fuss. According to the author, “I have never understood the mindset that every meal should have multiple courses. Certain types of food like sandwiches and casseroles are meant to contain the entire meal in one vessel. This book is a return to that modesty.” No Sides Needed is the first e-cookbook for Donald who has penned two standard cookbooks including the Gourmand World Cookbook Award nominated Third Coast Cuisine: Recipes of the Gulf of Mexico.
For cooking demonstrations and/or author interviews, contact the chef at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Stuart Reb Donald
A 24 year veteran of the restaurant industry, Stuart Reb Donald has worked every position from dish washer up to chef. In 2003 he combined his love of food and gift for writing to produce his first cookbook Amigeauxs – Mexican/Creole Fusion Cuisine (4 Star Publishing). He followed that up in 2010 with Gourmand Nominee Third Coast Cuisine: Recipes of the Gulf of Mexico. He has written hundreds of articles for both print and electronic media including interviews of noted chefs like Bobby Flay, Ted Allen, Michael Symon, Alton Brown and Graham Kerr. He is the author of WannabeTVchef.com and ThirdCoastCuisine.com – the companion site to the cookbook. He has been a regular guest on TV shows along the Gulf Coast and often uses his culinary skills for good by helping to raise money for organizations like the American Cancer Society and the Bay Area Food Bank.