The Good Chef : It Is Not What You Are But What You Do That Defines You
Daniel Campbell is an excellent chef, but he's much more than that - he's a kind and generous person, willing to give of himself, his talents, and his means to the poor and less fortunate. However, his sincerity is not appreciated by all who know him, and he soon finds himself unemployed when an envious hotel manager gives Daniel 'the boot'. Anxious to share his cooking talent, the good chef soon finds work at a homeless shelter where he discovers joy in the service of others. Good fortune smiles on the man, as a wealthy business owner recognizes Daniel's gift and helps him become the head chef of his own restaurant. Sensing that all of his wishes are coming true: Daniel falls in love with a lovely, little waitress named Lydia, gains a business confidant in Mr. Brody's daughter, Karen, and all while climbing the proverbial ladder of unspoiled success. Yet, something is amiss, and before long Chef Campbell must employ every possible tactic to save his restaurant, his career, and everything he's worked so hard to achieve. Lessons are learned in this fabulous tale of self-discovery and stoic friendship. The power of love will hold you captive to the final page of this intriguing story, as one man defines his character by the actions that he takes and the kindness he shares. Download or order your copy of The Good Chef today and see what's really cooking in Chef Daniel's kitchen.
- Paperback | 76 pages
- 152 x 229 x 4mm | 118g
- 05 Aug 2015
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- United States
- black & white illustrations