The Two Guys’ Gourmet: Digital Edition Now Available
By: THEAQ LLC
The Two Guys’ Gourmet includes over 120 recipes from soups and salads to entrées and desserts. Imbedded with all of the recipes are tips and advice written by men for men. The story behind-the-scenes of all of the recipes introduces a fun and colorful glimpse of how this book came to be and why these recipes have meaning beyond the ingredients and instructions. Men who want to “raise their game” beyond ``go-fer’’ in the kitchen will amaze themselves, and their loved ones, by reading and cooking from The Two Guys’ Gourmet.
“The Two Guys’ Gourmet contains ‘life lessons’ on how to avoid rookie mistakes,” said Zeissler. “It contains recipes that prod the imagination – here is a smattering of recipes that guys like to eat. These are shown in the way ‘Mom and Grandma’' used to cook them. They are presented in a way that is not just a cookbook, but also a fun read.”
The Two Guys’ Gourmet is also available in print.
ISBN 13: 978-0-9890723-
About the Author
Paul Zeissler is a freelance author who has written restaurant reviews for Chicago area newspapers and magazines. He created a lecture series about the foods mentioned in popular and historical literature, and cooked examples of the dishes for his audience himself. The series was presented at Centuries and Sleuths Bookstore in Forest Park, Illinois. He currently resides in Florida.
Zeissler began his career as a playwright, having earned a MA degree in Theatre from Northwestern University. He also holds a BA degree from Elmhurst College in Speech.
Zeissler evolved his writing from the stage to newsprint with numerous freelance bylines in Wednesday Journal, the Forest Park Review, Press Publications, Yer Out! Magazine (as a featured food columnist) and the Chicago Tribune as a news reporter. He also worked as a staff news reporter for Liberty Publications.
About THEAQ Publishing
THEAQ Publishing partners with highly-creative authors and illustrators to design and publish both print and digital works of English-language literature across the globe.
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