Unforgettable Recipes and Savvy Consumer Tips
by Cynthia Bercowetz|
Book Website: http://www.deargeorge.org/
188 Pages, Paperback, 6 x 9
Great cooking and Great Consumer Tips!
Unforgettable Recipes and Savvy Consumer Tips is the right formula to avoid consumer problems and learn the secrets from the kitchens of some of Cynthia's cooking friends. The consumer tips are based on the author's vast experience in helping people to learn about consumer issues. Her book Don't Get Ripped Off!
Get Help! Tell It to George has helped hundreds to learn about the issues.
Special attention is placed on Identity Theft, the number one consumer complaint.
About The Author
Cynthia Bercowetz has made a career of helping to solve consumer problems. It all started in 1963 when her column "Get Help! Tell It to George!" began to appear in Connecticut Newspapers. Since then, she has appeared on radio, television, and continues to speak publicly on how to be a smart consumer. She works closely with the Better Business Bureau and CT Consumer Protection Department. She is a volunteer advocate for the Connecticut Attorney General. You may have heard Cynthia say "If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is!"
"Loved the combination of delectable delightful recipes with Savvy Consumer
Tips. My kind of Book"
Herb Small, Executive Chef
Elks Lodge 2010, Naples, Florida
I am delighted that the author has included fish recipes and my recipe:
"Pecan Crusted Maple Glazed Salmon Filet" in her book. She has included many savory recipes and savvy consumer tips in the book. It is a delightful read for the consumer.
Angelo Lombardo, chef, restaurateur
Tom Yum Goong Restaurant & Sirena's Seafood, Simsbury, Connecticut
"Loved it so much, I forgot that I was editing"
Rob Kyff, "Word Guy", Editor
"The buyer must be aware of rights and responsibilities in the marketplace. The consumer tips in "Unforgettable Recipes and Savvy Consumer Tips" says there is no "free lunch". If it sounds too good to be true, it most likely is. Purchasing this book is a very good investment."
Elsie Fetterman, Ph.D.
Home Economics Administrator University of Massachusetts
Senior Policy Analyst Gerontology Institute University of Massachusetts
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