Phil and The French Country Inn  

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French chef Phil Forman's widow, Cree, spent nine years becoming a writer and self-publisher to complete his Cookbook, Phil and The French Country Inn. She added historic facts and a French travelogue of their life running an authentic French Provincial restaurant in the heart of tobacco country, Selma, North Carolina. Phil and The French Country Inn is an inspirational, practical, love story. Follow the story of Phil Forman from his childhood in Mt. Kisco, NY, to his stint in the Navy, to his college years and career as Sales Representative for a major pharmaceutical company. Applaud his decision to take early retirement and pursue his life long desire to cook. Share his success as he establishes a world-renown French Restaurant in the heart of North Carolina tobacco country. Meet the family who supported him and worked at his side. Travel with them to France and explore the secrets of its cuisine, countryside and citizenry. Most of all, learn from this inquisitive, self-taught man that the impossible dream can be possible, at any age.

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