Celebrity Chef, Fabio Viviani Releases “We the Soup,” First of Free Monthly eCookbooks for 2012
MOORPARK, Calif., Jan. 4, 2012 /PRNewswire/ –Celebrity Chef, Fabio Viviani, announced this week that he will release a series of 12 eCookbooks, one every month of 2012. The first eCookbook, We the Soup, contains 31 simple, step-by-step recipes with easy-to-find ingredients even an Italian can make! Each book contains a new recipe for each day of the month (31 for January) selected from Fabio’s favorite collection. Each recipe is easy to follow with minimal equipment…basically, a stove and a pot!
The delicious recipes in We the Soup have something for everyone: soups and stews with meat, fish, rice, both savory and sweet, as well as vegan and so on…In addition, the recipes will feature a wonderful yet accessible wine pairing with directions on where to find the wines nationwide. “I wanted to start with soups in January because it is the recipes many people search for in the colder months,” states Viviani. “We have decided on recipes with meat for February and risotto for March.”
Get Fabio’s free eCookbooks by signing up at his website http://fabioviviani.com/free-books/your-account/ and download We the Soup and future eBooks. Download is as straightforward as one click once you choose your username and password…no forms or information to give up! Once you have signed up you will be part of #teamfabio. Every few days you will receive new recipes and once each month an entire new free eCookbook. Sign up, choose a password and you may download all of Fabio’s past eBooks for free. There is also a dedicated email address for your culinary questions: email@example.com.
Fabio became a household name as a contestant on the Bravo series “Top Chef”, winning the coveted “Fan Favorite” title for Season 5. Since his television debut as the stand-out star on Top Chef Season 5 and the popularity of his cookbooks, Cafe Firenze Cookbook, Did I Really Make Breakfast Vol I & II, The Skinny Country and now We the Soup, Fabio’s celebrity has skyrocketed.
To sign up for Fabio’s free eCookbooks please go to: http://fabioviviani.com/free-books/your-account/.
Send a culinary question to Fabio at firstname.lastname@example.org.
SOURCE Putnam & Smith