From the Cat House to the White House: The Story of an
African-American Chef is the fascinating autobiography of a
ninety-year-old African-American who was born in a sharecropper
cabin in North Carolina, taught to cook by the madame of a brothel,
and ended up chefing for President Gerald Ford, Frank Sinatra,
George Burns, Bob Hope, Elizabeth Taylor and other celebrities. His
signature dish was a lemon meringue pie and his memoir includes
recipes for it and other very special dishes.
America Star Books
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||Paperback - Trade
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