This is NOT
your Mother's cookbook! --- Think ,"Harry Potter meets Paula Deene" with magically delicious
Elly Gilmore - The Bean on 41.
Hello and welcome to Epicuria. This is where adventure meets good eats. Intrigue leads to culinary delights and hints of romance denied are fulfilled by platters of gastronomic enchantment. The plot twists and turns, simplicity of challenge is prelude to complex solutions that only a kitchen can provide. Our hero, the "Traveler," is tasked, tricked, tormented and finally at the end of the story he.... Come on now, you really didn't think you were going to get the last page here? To get your very own, author autographed copy of Epicuria: Adventures That Really Cook! Check out How to Buy Epicuria. This book is also available at Amazon.com.
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Court Nederveld was born a small child one dark and stormy night. There, got that bit of dribble out of my system. Epicuria is the culmination of an experiment in crossing the mundane with an unleashed imagination. I rarely know where my writing will find a topic. Former retired editor of the Punta Gorda Herald and now a freelance writer Gordon Bower may have pegged it spot on. "Mustangs, computer, food or a letter to the Queen of the Netherlands, the subject made no difference. As editor of his Bits & Bytes column and a variety of other musings for eight years, I can truthfully say he never failed to make me laugh." Currently living in Southwest Florida, I enjoy waking up each morning with no forwarning of what ideas may find their way onto my path. Enjoy!
reading Cross Creek Cookery by Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings, I have savored the
mixture of recipe and story, and now I have feasted on a tasty second
course: Epicuria: Adventures That Really Cook! by Court Nederveld.
Whereas Rawlings uses an anecdotal format, Nederveld has concocted a delicious
adventure in which his family's recipes serve as the magic ingredients to
deliver him from Epicuria, a realm in the neighborhood of Alice's
Wonderland. As a hero of unlikely kitchens, he tosses salads, bakes
chicken, and whips up desserts to rescue unfortunates and beat villains. His
quest is no half-baked fantasy, but rather a scrumptious metaphor for life. What
else would I expect from a writer who bicycles 25 miles to eat Sunday breakfast
at a cafe, established in 1929, in the historic town near my home--but that's an
appetizer for another book!
--Carol Mahler, author of Guy LaBree: Barefoot Artist of the Florida Seminoles and Adventures in the Charlotte Harbor Watershed
Nederveld, a computer guru (but not a geek as he drives a Mustang) is a champion
of writers dealing with all aspects of our new, technological world. A former
student, member then Director of the Peace River Center for Writing, his
new book is what we having been looking for.
Vice President, Peace River Center for Writers@Edison State College
Edison State College
Mike Dillard, The Elevation Group.