If you’ve ever fantasized about feasting on Frank Sinatra’s Barbecued Lamb, taking a stab at Anthony Perkins’s Tuna Salad, or wrapping your lips around Rock Hudson’s Cannoli—and really, who hasn’t?—
Frank DeCaro’s The Dead Celebrity Cookbook is for you!!!
If you’ve ever fantasized about feasting on Frank Sinatra’s Barbecued Lamb, taking a stab at Anthony Perkins’s Tuna Salad, or wrapping your lips around Rock Hudson’s Cannoli—and really, who hasn’t?—Frank DeCaro’s The Dead Celebrity Cookbook is for you!!!
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“While Halloween might come only once a year, there’s never a bad time for The Dead Celebrity Cookbook.”
– bonappetit.com

“Flip on a movie channel and get cooking! Required reading.”
– Billy Heller, New York Post.

“We hear Rock Hudson’s Cannoli is delicious!”
– Entertainment Weekly.

“In The Dead Celebrity Cookbook, author Frank DeCaro has collected and presented an array of recipes by beloved (and dead) stars….”
– people.com

“Celebrities like Elizabeth Taylor and Andy Warhol may be gone, but their favorite dishes will never be forgotten. Try one tonight!”
– oprah.com

“A veritable who’s who of Hollywood’s Golden Age.”
– Sara Bonisteel, epicurious.com.

“The book marries DeCaro’s twin obsessions with movie/celebrity/pop culture and food. The recipes reflect a happier time when carbs, mayo and butter were still considered friendlies…”
– Elena Ferretti, foxnews.com.

"If there's someone on your holiday gift-giving list who has about as much affection for new Hollywood as they do Nouvelle Cuisine, then they can have their (Lucille Ball's Persimmon) Cake and eat it too, thanks to The Dead Celebrity Cookbook."
—Michael Rechtshaffen, Syndicated Columnist

“Anyone who loves Hollywood memorabilia is an entertainment junkie, and loves to eat and cook…will treasure The Dead Celebrity Cookbook.”
– Edge, Philadelphia and Boston

“The perfect gift for your favorite cook.”
– Amy Scattergood, LA Weekly.

“Chow down on your favorite dead stars’ recipes. Come on, it won’t kill you!”
– Michael Musto, The Village Voice

“The recipes are killer. Slip on your oven mitts and get cooking!”
– healthbistro.lifescript.com

“A great collection of recipes…the book shares some very interesting stories and tidbits about each of the celebrities that you might not know unless you were a true fan.”
– DadofDivas-reviews.blogspot.com

“You don’t cook, you say? No matter. Ignore the recipes and read the wonderful bios of celebs.”
– Blase DiStefano, OutSmart, Houston TX.

“An awesome new foodie book on the block…”
– wolfharrison.com

“If you want to get closer to your favorite stars, this book is an excellent find. A great book for any movie star fan – and it gives a little peek into the lives of these stars that are sadly no longer with us, but are still adored all over the world.”
– comfortbites.blogspot.com

“This is definitely a one-of-a-kind compilation!”
– celebrityviplounge.com

“The most morbid and intriguing cookbook around.”
– foodista.com

“Liberace is dead and gone. But his sticky buns will live on for eternity.”
– Doug Gruse, The Post-Star, Glens Falls, NY.

“These are the stars many of us grew up watching...With this cookbook you have a chance to bring a part of them into your home. What better way to remember your favorite celebrities than through food!”
– 98country.com

“A good laugh…organized in a humorous way…”
– Phyllis Stein-Novack, southphillyreview.com

“This is so cool! I found it on amazon.com and placed my order immediately!”
– Lynn Quale, 1037theloon.com

“The Dead Celebrity Cookbook proved to be a great idea for a Halloween party…the night was a ton of fun and one of the best Halloween parties I have ever thrown or attended.”
– lifeofaturnip.com

"It's time to plan your holiday feasts...why not try something a little different this year? Perhaps Patrick Swayze's Chicken Pot Pie. Or Mae West's Fruit Compote...."
– Lauren Donaldson, delish.com.

While shops are filling up with celebrity cookbooks in the run-up to Christmas, one of the latest offerings has bypassed today's high-profile stars - in favour of dead ones. Forget Nigella, Liz Taylor was the first Domestic Goddess!"
– Daniel Bates and Daisy Dumas, The Daily Mail (U.K.)

"One volume that is sure to be the campiest Christmas present you could ever hope to have."
– Scott Eyman, The Palm Beach Post.

"Frank DeCaro has hit a homerun with his new book...." – April MacIntyre, monstersandcritics.com

"DeCaro blends his loves of food and famous folks in this deliciously dishy cookbook!"
– Brandon Voss, Hot Sheet, The Advocate.

"One of our ten favorite pop culture cookbooks...most enticing."
– Flavorwire, Huffington Post.

"A thoroughly entertaining step-by-step smorgasbord of edibles..."
– Neil Pond, AmericanProfile.com

"A smorgasbord of top dishes from artists of yesteryear, whose films and songs we all know, but whose favorite recipes have until now mostly been a mystery."
– Romain Raynaldy, AFP (Agence France-Presse).

"Dead tasty! We can only hope you’ll enjoy Elizabeth Taylor’s chicken with avocados and mushrooms as much as all of her husbands did."
– Marie Claire (Malaysia)

"Homage is paid..."
– Not Born Yesterday! Newspaper