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Food That Rocks: Favorite Recipes from the World of Musicby Margie Lapanja
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Everybody loves food. Everybody loves music. Put the two together and you have a sumptuous, one-of-a kind cookbook guaranteed to stir the senses and tickle the taste buds. "Kitchen Goddess" MargieLapanja and rocker Cindy Coverdale have cooked up sheer delight where everybody gets a front row seat, a backstage pass, and dinner (actual interviews)with the band. Cleverly organized like a concert, Lapanja and Coverdale start with "Opening Acts." Taste Patti LaBelle's "Potato Salad" and David Coverdale's "Soulful Shrimp Soup" before trying the "Amped-up Appetizers." "Electrifying Entrees"zing the page with Ted Nugent's "Bubble Bean Piranha a la Colorado Moose."Desserts worthy of a standing ovation--such as Sarah McLachlan's "CurrentCake"--also belt out from these pages. Guaranteed to sat sfy every taste, Food That Rocks also spotlights musician-owned restaurants, musical cookbooks, and songs about food, writers who rock, and che-s who jam. Meet the real Rolling Stone's Ben Fong Torres of Almost Famous, and Rock Bottom Remainders literary band of Amy Tan and Stephen King, led by Kathy Goldmark. Food That Rocks heats up the kitchen with red-hot rock, outstanding food, and recipes you will not find anywhere else.
Here kitchen godess Marge Lapanja and rocker Cindy Coverdale have cooked up sheer delight where everyone gets a front row seat, a backstage pass and dinner. Cleverly organized like a concert, this cookbook leads you through recipes from your favourite singing stars.
Want to know what Jennifer Lopez cooks at home or what Sarah McLachlan brings for desert? Food magazine editor Lapanja and writer/rock star wife, Coverdale pair up to provide an assortment of recipes from the legends of the music world--all as cleverly and carefully organized as a concert.
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