Food Men Love by Margie Lapanja
All-Time Favorite Recipes from Caesar Salad and Grilled Rib-Eye to Cinnamon Buns and Apple Pie

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One of the best ways to enhance the quality of our lives is to treat ourselves to the foods we love-the more often, the better! Kitchen Goddess Margie Lapanja interviewed hundreds of men to compile this culinary collection of their favorite meals for a one-of-a-kind cookbook filled with recipes, fascinating food trivia, and fun stories from the kitchen.

Whether a seasoned chef, a barbecue-happy bachelor, or a loving husband, men are taking up the tongs and giving the salad spinner a whirl in increasing numbers. Among the signature recipes of esteemed chefs and kitchen wizards, there are favorite feel-good feasts of superstars, sports heroes, luminaries, grill gurus, starving artists, burger kings, and every man in between. Included in Food Men Love is Tom Cruise's favorite Linguini dish, quarterback John Elway's Hamburger Soup, star chef Mario Batali's Bucatini all 'amatriciana, basketball legend Michael Jordan's 23 Peekytoe Crab Sandwich, and former Grateful Dead guitarist Bob Weir's Peanut Satay Sauce. Dishes are organized by course in chapters including: Warming Up His Appetite; Playing with Fire: Seeking Thrills with the G-r-r-rill; Fowl Play; and How Sweet It Is: Treat Him to His Just Desserts.

Food Men Love provides the recipes for some all-time favorites that are sure to warm the heart of anyone.


About Margie Lapanja

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Margie Lapanja, is the author of "Goddess in the Kitchen" and "The Goddess' Guide to Love". A former magazine food editor, restaurant critic, and professional baker, she has appeared on national television and radio programs demonstrating trade secrets. She enjoys life at Lake Tahoe in Nevada with her husband and daughter.
Published January 1, 2001 by Conari Press. 250 pages
Genres: Cooking. Non-fiction

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While this book probably won't win any awards for its gourmet recipes, its eclectic collection of dishes contributed by rock stars and a few restaurants that idolize rock stars has some surprisingly tempting entries.

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Speaking of attitude, women looking to get in touch with their inner bitch will revel in Eternally Bad: Goddesses with Attitude, by award-winning feminist cartoonist Trina Robbins (From Girls to Grrrlz), which features a self-test for readers at the end.

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