CHEF TELL ~ The Biography of America’s Pioneer TV Showman Chef


Published by Skyhorse Publishing, NYC. Forewords by Regis Philbin & Chef Walter Staib.

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Friedemann Paul Erhardt was Germany’s youngest Master Chef at age 27. Two years later, a former Miss Philadelphia brought him to America and married him. Winning an open audition in a park in that city, he became America’s first nationally syndicated TV chef. His fan base swelled to 40,000,000 Baby Boomers who watch his TV segments eagerly for his humor as much as his swift showings of how to cook delicious meals without many ingredients. His restaurants were legendary with celebrities and regular folks alike. He appeared often on famous TV shows, especially “LIVE with Regis & Kathie Lee” His live cooking demonstrations in large venues were packed with fans eager to meet him. BUT… his life off-camera was something his adoring public never knew until this biography, which has won all five-star reviews on Amazon! Buy here and receive an author-signed copy of this major contribution to the Culinary Arts history of America. (NOTE: Chef Tell was the biographer’s brother-in-law.)


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