Chef Tell 4
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(Sep 18, 2013)
About Chef Tell DVD4
Shows on this DVD include recipes on Soup Recipes, Cakes and Torts, Fish recipes and Comfort Foods.
Friedman Paul Erhardt, aka Chef Tell, died at the age of 63 on October 26, 2007. His good humor and heavy German accent made him a well-loved fixture on such shows as In the Kitchen with Chef Tell , Regis and Kathie Lee and Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous, but he is perhaps most famous for being the rumored inspiration for The Muppet Show's hysterical Swedish Chef.
Born in Stuttgart, Germany in 1943, Erhardt left school at 14 to train as a chef under a strict European apprenticeship system.
The strict program and hard work paid off. Before he turned 30, Erhardt earned the title of Master Chef--the highest position a chef can reach in Europe. He was also the youngest chef ever in West Germany to receive such an honor. This was only the beginning of a promising cooking career.
After earning his Masters degree in cooking from the University of Heidelberg in 1970, Erhardt went on to claim several gold medals for his culinary skills and was also named Germany's Chef of the Year.
Erhardt moved on to dazzle people with his cooking in France, Switzerland and Sweden. He was the executive chef at the Kronen Hotel in the Black Forest for over a decade before arriving in the United States in the early seventies. He moved to the United States after accepting a head chef position at Philadelphia's Marriott Hotel.
But Erhardt gained notoriety when he landed a 90-second cooking spot on "Evening Magazine," a Philadelphia based television program syndicated nation wide.
His stint on "Evening Magazine" opened the door to his television career. Tell has also appeared on "QVC," "Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous" and most recently, "Live with Regis and Kathie Lee." His quick wit and legendary cooking have led to other opportunities. Chef Tell was one of the America's great pioneering television chefs.
Executive Producer & Creator: Robert Charles Croesus
DVD Design: Rick Dean
Executive in Charge of Production: Barry Fisher
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