Bachelor cookbooks have changed but the demand for quick and easy recipes has not. If you love a juicy burger but also crave sushi, tapas, Korean BBQ or butter-poached lobster a perfect wine to pair, then you need to pick up this cookbook today! You'll be inspired to learn how Chad Carns put his award-winning, graphic design career on hold to self publish a cook book called, "The Gourmet Bachelor: Global Flavor, Local Ingredients" Chad spares no expense for quality as this gem is packed with beautiful photography, easy to understand instructions, and gourmet recipes in 20 minutes or less along with beverage pairings, be it with wine, beer, sake, a cocktail, or the good stuff on the back shelf. Learn how to cook meat or seafood like a restaurant chef in 5 easy steps after you read "How to Achieve the Perfect Sear." Chad Carns put his award-winning, graphic design career on hold, to study global cuisine and wine at the Institute of Culinary Education. Every night, Carns tried a exciting new global dish in Greenwich Village and then recreated a quick and easy version at home with fresh, local ingredients. Conde Nast and Hearst had been so impressed with Chad's crusade to bring exciting, global flavor home with fresh, local ingredients that they awarded him Honorary Guest Chef of their New York City cafe. His signature Korean BBQ sold out in 30 minutes. Chad has a big heart and in this episode he shares his passion for food and helping others by give you an explanation of his 12 Point Marketing Strategy. Get it here and follow Chad to see what he is up to next. Cheers and heres to your Success. www.thegourmetbachelor.com/tgb-marketing-media/
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