Ted used the Reese's Peanut Butter approach to author and create Recipes For Happiness, combining two great individual things to create an even greater third thing. But instead of combining chocolate and peanut butter, Ted combined two of his favorites - his love for family history and his love for home-cooked specialty dishes. The resulting book is a unique work - it includes his family history (on his mother's side) as well as some of the best home-cooked dishes known to man.
Recipes For Happiness includes 26 of the best recipes -- main courses, side dishes, and desserts -- that you will ever make. These family recipes have been handed down through the generations and many, if not all, may not be available anywhere else.
Author Ted Wachholz is the Executive Director of the Eastland Disaster Historical Society. He has authored two books on history: (1) The Eastland Disaster, Arcadia Publishing, ISBN 0-7385-3441-2, and (2) Recipes for Happiness, Blurb.