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Eat Like a Rock Star - More Than 100 Recipes from Rock ‘n' Roll's Greatest - cover

Eat Like a Rock Star - More Than 100 Recipes from Rock ‘n' Roll's Greatest

Mark Bego

Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing

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Summary

The book includes more than 100 recipes taken directly from legendary rock stars such as Billy Wyman (The Rolling Stones), Michael McDonald (The Doobie Brothers), Boz Scaggs, Ray Parker Jr., Joey Fatone (NSYNC), Micky Dolenz (The Monkees), Michelle Phillips (The Mamas & The Papas), and even David Bowie's wife and John Lennon's son.Features an introduction and recipes from Mary Wilson (The Supremes), who will promote with the author.Packaged in the same format as Eat Like a GilmoreThe author, who has written 62 books, has been heralded by Publishers Weekly as the "prince of pop music bios," and has had two New York Times bestsellers.Unlike a compendium of previously published recipes that can be found elsewhere, the author has compiled these directly from each individual celebrity, whether over the phone, through email, in line at a baggage claim (Michael McDonald), or at the Kentucky Derby (Shawn Stockman of Boys II Men).As a nontraditional cookbook, this appeals not only to cookbook readers but also die-hard music fans. It would make a great gift and collector's item for die-hard music fans.The idea of the book has already received interest from The New York Post and The Food Network.

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