Saturday, January 12, 2013

Local Author Releases Latest Cookbook – Old Dog New Chefs


Malabar, FL - Stuart J. Borton, the co-owner of the Yellow Dog Café located here, has
just released his newest cookbook - Old Dog New Chefs. The cookbook is being
released at the same time a coloring book, centered on cooking, has been created by
Borton’s wife, Nancy.

“We are excited and thrilled that the books were completed for the Thanksgiving and
holiday season,” Borton said, adding, “This cookbook, and the accompanying coloring
book, are family centered and are aimed at having families come together in their
kitchens to create great meals.”

Borton’s book starts with the basics and does not stray to far from there. After years of
volunteer teaching 6th to 8th grade students cooking classes he learned first hand what
those new to the kitchen wanted to learn how to cook.

Old Dog New Chefs is a great starter book without going into so much detail that it
prevents creativity in the kitchen. This very easy to follow 162 page book has lots of
pictures and illustrations and is sure to become one of your favorite cookbooks.
This is Borton’s 2nd cookbook following the success of his Yellow Dog Cafe Cookbook
in 2010.

Nancy Borton’s cartoon book aims to help kids have fun while being with their parents in
the kitchen preparing meals. “We believe this is a great combination and we really want
parents to bring their children into the kitchen so they can work together as a family,” she
said.

There will be a book singing at Barnes and Noble on New Haven Avenue in West Melbourne on Feb 9th at 7pm.

Stuart And Nancy Borton’s new books are the prefect way to bring the family back into the kitchen. Stuart’s book brings you back to the basics. After years of teaching 6th to 8th grade students cooking as a volunteer and learning first hand what those new to the kitchen wanted to learn how to cook. This very easy to follow 162 page book has lots of pictures and illustrations and with Nancy,s coloring book the younger or even uninterested in cooking can keep busy while the other is cooking.
 

The book can be purchased online at yellowdogcafe.com or by stopping by the restaurant,
which is located at 905 U.S. 1 Malabar, Florida. Reservations can be made by calling
(321) 956-3334

Media inquires: Call Dick Baumbach, Baumbach & Fisher Communications, LLC
321-544-3440 or email dick@bandfcommunications.com

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