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There's a new paperback out called The Dead Celebrity Cookbook: A Resurrection of Recipes from More Than 145 Stars of Stage and Screen, by Frank DeCaro, longtime movie critic for The Daily Show with Jon Stewart. “I miss those days when celebrities still had mystery about them,” DeCaro told People magazine recently, explaining why he decided to write the book. “A glimpse inside their radar ranges seemed, for any fan, like a window into the world of glamour and excitement.”

Well, fair enough. But we've had a different dead celebrity cookbook in our clutches for a long time — a book called What Actors Eat When They Eat!, collected and compiled by Kenneth Harlan (a popular leading man in silent movies) and Rex Lease (a onetime cowboy star) and published in Los Angeles in 1939. How does this book compare with DeCaro's?

Well, The Dead Celebrity Cookbook includes some famous folk who weren't actors — Andy Warhol, Truman Capote, and Gene Roddenberry — while What Actors Eat When They Eat! includes only actual performers. Though there are a few crossover participants (among them Joan Crawford, Lucille Ball, and Claudette Colbert) and one crossover recipe (Humphrey Bogart's Cocoanut Spanish Cream), overall the celebrities in DeCaro's book are of a more recent vintage. Beyond that, though, just as many would argue that the movies of the 1930s and '40s had more substance than the fluff that came later, the recipes in What Actors Eat seem somehow gutsier overall — Crawford's Charcoal Broiled Steak or Colbert's Raw Vegetable and Sour Cream Salad (Actors), say, vs. their Poached Salmon and Cheese and Olive Puffs (Dead), respectively.

Of course, if you're really interested in making Bea Arthur's Vegetarian Breakfast, Mae West's Fruit Compote, Alfred Hitchcock's Quiche Lorraine, or Liberace's, er, Sticky Buns, go for it if you want. But we're here to offer, in their place, Bette Davis's Finnan Haddie, W.C. Fields's Brandied Peaches, Cary Grant's Barbecued Chicken, and onetime Bedtime for Bonzo star Ronald Reagan's Corned Beef Hash in Bell Peppers. The choice is yours.

Chicken Sauté Sec with Mushrooms and Artichokes

Here's Lucille Ball's recipe for fried chicken with a simple pan sauce...

Hot Tamilia Loaf

“This is a dish that is mighty easy to fix whether you are in your home or just have an old fire out in the open...”

Gary Cooper

Hunters' Breakfast

“Every hunter should know how to prepare and cook his own birds and game...”

Clark Gable

Pork Chops Supreme

“A good cook is one of the necessities of life...”

James Stewart

Red Devil

“The combination of ingredients in this dish gives it a rare flavor which is particularly tempting when one’s appetite needs a ‘lift’...”

Bing Crosby


Paul McCartney and Family Will Release a Cookbook Filled with His Late Wife Linda's Recipes

Paul McCartney is honoring his late wife Linda&aposs love for meat-free cooking with a new cookbook.

The famed singer, 78, along with daughters Mary, 51, and Stella, 49, will release Linda McCartney&aposs Family Kitchen: Over 90 Plant-Based Recipes to Save the Planet and Nourish the Soul, a cookbook featuring a collection of Linda&aposs best-loved recipes reimagined for the modern cook.

The cookbook, out June 29, will "bring Linda&aposs kitchen up to date, reinventing her best-loved recipes for the plant-based cook, alongside their favorite family stories and the dishes that they now eat at home," according to a press release.

Linda, Paul&aposs first wife who died in 1998, introduced the family to the practice of vegetarian cooking and eating.

"An original food pioneer, Linda believed in great-tasting, wholesome, meat-free food, and embraced kindness and compassion in everything she did," the press release reads.

Along with Linda&aposs reimagined recipes, the cookbook will include personal stories and intimate family photos spanning three decades.

"Years ago, before anyone had woken up to the idea of environmental and health and animal welfare issues, Linda was blazing the trail with vegetarianism, telling people about it and promoting it," Paul said in a release. "At home, she would cook for the family and these recipes have been now brought up to date for a modern audience, so they&aposre all now plant-based and fabulous."

"In the book there are family photographs and stories from those days, and of course lots of great, beautiful-tasting healthy recipes," he added. "So I hope this book inspires conversations about sustainability and about modern living amongst people besides also just giving them some great recipes to eat."

Some of the family favorite recipes included in the book are Linda&aposs "American-style" pancakes, chili non-carne, sausage rolls and shepherd&aposs pie.

Paul, Mary and Stella also include some of the dishes they make the most at home, such as pad Thai, pulled jackfruit burgers, Panzanella salad and crunchy pecan cookies.

The Beatles musician and his daughters launched the Meat Free Monday campaign in 2009 and previously published The Meat Free Monday Cookbook in 2016.


Paul McCartney and Family Will Release a Cookbook Filled with His Late Wife Linda's Recipes

Paul McCartney is honoring his late wife Linda&aposs love for meat-free cooking with a new cookbook.

The famed singer, 78, along with daughters Mary, 51, and Stella, 49, will release Linda McCartney&aposs Family Kitchen: Over 90 Plant-Based Recipes to Save the Planet and Nourish the Soul, a cookbook featuring a collection of Linda&aposs best-loved recipes reimagined for the modern cook.

The cookbook, out June 29, will "bring Linda&aposs kitchen up to date, reinventing her best-loved recipes for the plant-based cook, alongside their favorite family stories and the dishes that they now eat at home," according to a press release.

Linda, Paul&aposs first wife who died in 1998, introduced the family to the practice of vegetarian cooking and eating.

"An original food pioneer, Linda believed in great-tasting, wholesome, meat-free food, and embraced kindness and compassion in everything she did," the press release reads.

Along with Linda&aposs reimagined recipes, the cookbook will include personal stories and intimate family photos spanning three decades.

"Years ago, before anyone had woken up to the idea of environmental and health and animal welfare issues, Linda was blazing the trail with vegetarianism, telling people about it and promoting it," Paul said in a release. "At home, she would cook for the family and these recipes have been now brought up to date for a modern audience, so they&aposre all now plant-based and fabulous."

"In the book there are family photographs and stories from those days, and of course lots of great, beautiful-tasting healthy recipes," he added. "So I hope this book inspires conversations about sustainability and about modern living amongst people besides also just giving them some great recipes to eat."

Some of the family favorite recipes included in the book are Linda&aposs "American-style" pancakes, chili non-carne, sausage rolls and shepherd&aposs pie.

Paul, Mary and Stella also include some of the dishes they make the most at home, such as pad Thai, pulled jackfruit burgers, Panzanella salad and crunchy pecan cookies.

The Beatles musician and his daughters launched the Meat Free Monday campaign in 2009 and previously published The Meat Free Monday Cookbook in 2016.


Paul McCartney and Family Will Release a Cookbook Filled with His Late Wife Linda's Recipes

Paul McCartney is honoring his late wife Linda&aposs love for meat-free cooking with a new cookbook.

The famed singer, 78, along with daughters Mary, 51, and Stella, 49, will release Linda McCartney&aposs Family Kitchen: Over 90 Plant-Based Recipes to Save the Planet and Nourish the Soul, a cookbook featuring a collection of Linda&aposs best-loved recipes reimagined for the modern cook.

The cookbook, out June 29, will "bring Linda&aposs kitchen up to date, reinventing her best-loved recipes for the plant-based cook, alongside their favorite family stories and the dishes that they now eat at home," according to a press release.

Linda, Paul&aposs first wife who died in 1998, introduced the family to the practice of vegetarian cooking and eating.

"An original food pioneer, Linda believed in great-tasting, wholesome, meat-free food, and embraced kindness and compassion in everything she did," the press release reads.

Along with Linda&aposs reimagined recipes, the cookbook will include personal stories and intimate family photos spanning three decades.

"Years ago, before anyone had woken up to the idea of environmental and health and animal welfare issues, Linda was blazing the trail with vegetarianism, telling people about it and promoting it," Paul said in a release. "At home, she would cook for the family and these recipes have been now brought up to date for a modern audience, so they&aposre all now plant-based and fabulous."

"In the book there are family photographs and stories from those days, and of course lots of great, beautiful-tasting healthy recipes," he added. "So I hope this book inspires conversations about sustainability and about modern living amongst people besides also just giving them some great recipes to eat."

Some of the family favorite recipes included in the book are Linda&aposs "American-style" pancakes, chili non-carne, sausage rolls and shepherd&aposs pie.

Paul, Mary and Stella also include some of the dishes they make the most at home, such as pad Thai, pulled jackfruit burgers, Panzanella salad and crunchy pecan cookies.

The Beatles musician and his daughters launched the Meat Free Monday campaign in 2009 and previously published The Meat Free Monday Cookbook in 2016.


Paul McCartney and Family Will Release a Cookbook Filled with His Late Wife Linda's Recipes

Paul McCartney is honoring his late wife Linda&aposs love for meat-free cooking with a new cookbook.

The famed singer, 78, along with daughters Mary, 51, and Stella, 49, will release Linda McCartney&aposs Family Kitchen: Over 90 Plant-Based Recipes to Save the Planet and Nourish the Soul, a cookbook featuring a collection of Linda&aposs best-loved recipes reimagined for the modern cook.

The cookbook, out June 29, will "bring Linda&aposs kitchen up to date, reinventing her best-loved recipes for the plant-based cook, alongside their favorite family stories and the dishes that they now eat at home," according to a press release.

Linda, Paul&aposs first wife who died in 1998, introduced the family to the practice of vegetarian cooking and eating.

"An original food pioneer, Linda believed in great-tasting, wholesome, meat-free food, and embraced kindness and compassion in everything she did," the press release reads.

Along with Linda&aposs reimagined recipes, the cookbook will include personal stories and intimate family photos spanning three decades.

"Years ago, before anyone had woken up to the idea of environmental and health and animal welfare issues, Linda was blazing the trail with vegetarianism, telling people about it and promoting it," Paul said in a release. "At home, she would cook for the family and these recipes have been now brought up to date for a modern audience, so they&aposre all now plant-based and fabulous."

"In the book there are family photographs and stories from those days, and of course lots of great, beautiful-tasting healthy recipes," he added. "So I hope this book inspires conversations about sustainability and about modern living amongst people besides also just giving them some great recipes to eat."

Some of the family favorite recipes included in the book are Linda&aposs "American-style" pancakes, chili non-carne, sausage rolls and shepherd&aposs pie.

Paul, Mary and Stella also include some of the dishes they make the most at home, such as pad Thai, pulled jackfruit burgers, Panzanella salad and crunchy pecan cookies.

The Beatles musician and his daughters launched the Meat Free Monday campaign in 2009 and previously published The Meat Free Monday Cookbook in 2016.


Paul McCartney and Family Will Release a Cookbook Filled with His Late Wife Linda's Recipes

Paul McCartney is honoring his late wife Linda&aposs love for meat-free cooking with a new cookbook.

The famed singer, 78, along with daughters Mary, 51, and Stella, 49, will release Linda McCartney&aposs Family Kitchen: Over 90 Plant-Based Recipes to Save the Planet and Nourish the Soul, a cookbook featuring a collection of Linda&aposs best-loved recipes reimagined for the modern cook.

The cookbook, out June 29, will "bring Linda&aposs kitchen up to date, reinventing her best-loved recipes for the plant-based cook, alongside their favorite family stories and the dishes that they now eat at home," according to a press release.

Linda, Paul&aposs first wife who died in 1998, introduced the family to the practice of vegetarian cooking and eating.

"An original food pioneer, Linda believed in great-tasting, wholesome, meat-free food, and embraced kindness and compassion in everything she did," the press release reads.

Along with Linda&aposs reimagined recipes, the cookbook will include personal stories and intimate family photos spanning three decades.

"Years ago, before anyone had woken up to the idea of environmental and health and animal welfare issues, Linda was blazing the trail with vegetarianism, telling people about it and promoting it," Paul said in a release. "At home, she would cook for the family and these recipes have been now brought up to date for a modern audience, so they&aposre all now plant-based and fabulous."

"In the book there are family photographs and stories from those days, and of course lots of great, beautiful-tasting healthy recipes," he added. "So I hope this book inspires conversations about sustainability and about modern living amongst people besides also just giving them some great recipes to eat."

Some of the family favorite recipes included in the book are Linda&aposs "American-style" pancakes, chili non-carne, sausage rolls and shepherd&aposs pie.

Paul, Mary and Stella also include some of the dishes they make the most at home, such as pad Thai, pulled jackfruit burgers, Panzanella salad and crunchy pecan cookies.

The Beatles musician and his daughters launched the Meat Free Monday campaign in 2009 and previously published The Meat Free Monday Cookbook in 2016.


Paul McCartney and Family Will Release a Cookbook Filled with His Late Wife Linda's Recipes

Paul McCartney is honoring his late wife Linda&aposs love for meat-free cooking with a new cookbook.

The famed singer, 78, along with daughters Mary, 51, and Stella, 49, will release Linda McCartney&aposs Family Kitchen: Over 90 Plant-Based Recipes to Save the Planet and Nourish the Soul, a cookbook featuring a collection of Linda&aposs best-loved recipes reimagined for the modern cook.

The cookbook, out June 29, will "bring Linda&aposs kitchen up to date, reinventing her best-loved recipes for the plant-based cook, alongside their favorite family stories and the dishes that they now eat at home," according to a press release.

Linda, Paul&aposs first wife who died in 1998, introduced the family to the practice of vegetarian cooking and eating.

"An original food pioneer, Linda believed in great-tasting, wholesome, meat-free food, and embraced kindness and compassion in everything she did," the press release reads.

Along with Linda&aposs reimagined recipes, the cookbook will include personal stories and intimate family photos spanning three decades.

"Years ago, before anyone had woken up to the idea of environmental and health and animal welfare issues, Linda was blazing the trail with vegetarianism, telling people about it and promoting it," Paul said in a release. "At home, she would cook for the family and these recipes have been now brought up to date for a modern audience, so they&aposre all now plant-based and fabulous."

"In the book there are family photographs and stories from those days, and of course lots of great, beautiful-tasting healthy recipes," he added. "So I hope this book inspires conversations about sustainability and about modern living amongst people besides also just giving them some great recipes to eat."

Some of the family favorite recipes included in the book are Linda&aposs "American-style" pancakes, chili non-carne, sausage rolls and shepherd&aposs pie.

Paul, Mary and Stella also include some of the dishes they make the most at home, such as pad Thai, pulled jackfruit burgers, Panzanella salad and crunchy pecan cookies.

The Beatles musician and his daughters launched the Meat Free Monday campaign in 2009 and previously published The Meat Free Monday Cookbook in 2016.


Paul McCartney and Family Will Release a Cookbook Filled with His Late Wife Linda's Recipes

Paul McCartney is honoring his late wife Linda&aposs love for meat-free cooking with a new cookbook.

The famed singer, 78, along with daughters Mary, 51, and Stella, 49, will release Linda McCartney&aposs Family Kitchen: Over 90 Plant-Based Recipes to Save the Planet and Nourish the Soul, a cookbook featuring a collection of Linda&aposs best-loved recipes reimagined for the modern cook.

The cookbook, out June 29, will "bring Linda&aposs kitchen up to date, reinventing her best-loved recipes for the plant-based cook, alongside their favorite family stories and the dishes that they now eat at home," according to a press release.

Linda, Paul&aposs first wife who died in 1998, introduced the family to the practice of vegetarian cooking and eating.

"An original food pioneer, Linda believed in great-tasting, wholesome, meat-free food, and embraced kindness and compassion in everything she did," the press release reads.

Along with Linda&aposs reimagined recipes, the cookbook will include personal stories and intimate family photos spanning three decades.

"Years ago, before anyone had woken up to the idea of environmental and health and animal welfare issues, Linda was blazing the trail with vegetarianism, telling people about it and promoting it," Paul said in a release. "At home, she would cook for the family and these recipes have been now brought up to date for a modern audience, so they&aposre all now plant-based and fabulous."

"In the book there are family photographs and stories from those days, and of course lots of great, beautiful-tasting healthy recipes," he added. "So I hope this book inspires conversations about sustainability and about modern living amongst people besides also just giving them some great recipes to eat."

Some of the family favorite recipes included in the book are Linda&aposs "American-style" pancakes, chili non-carne, sausage rolls and shepherd&aposs pie.

Paul, Mary and Stella also include some of the dishes they make the most at home, such as pad Thai, pulled jackfruit burgers, Panzanella salad and crunchy pecan cookies.

The Beatles musician and his daughters launched the Meat Free Monday campaign in 2009 and previously published The Meat Free Monday Cookbook in 2016.


Paul McCartney and Family Will Release a Cookbook Filled with His Late Wife Linda's Recipes

Paul McCartney is honoring his late wife Linda&aposs love for meat-free cooking with a new cookbook.

The famed singer, 78, along with daughters Mary, 51, and Stella, 49, will release Linda McCartney&aposs Family Kitchen: Over 90 Plant-Based Recipes to Save the Planet and Nourish the Soul, a cookbook featuring a collection of Linda&aposs best-loved recipes reimagined for the modern cook.

The cookbook, out June 29, will "bring Linda&aposs kitchen up to date, reinventing her best-loved recipes for the plant-based cook, alongside their favorite family stories and the dishes that they now eat at home," according to a press release.

Linda, Paul&aposs first wife who died in 1998, introduced the family to the practice of vegetarian cooking and eating.

"An original food pioneer, Linda believed in great-tasting, wholesome, meat-free food, and embraced kindness and compassion in everything she did," the press release reads.

Along with Linda&aposs reimagined recipes, the cookbook will include personal stories and intimate family photos spanning three decades.

"Years ago, before anyone had woken up to the idea of environmental and health and animal welfare issues, Linda was blazing the trail with vegetarianism, telling people about it and promoting it," Paul said in a release. "At home, she would cook for the family and these recipes have been now brought up to date for a modern audience, so they&aposre all now plant-based and fabulous."

"In the book there are family photographs and stories from those days, and of course lots of great, beautiful-tasting healthy recipes," he added. "So I hope this book inspires conversations about sustainability and about modern living amongst people besides also just giving them some great recipes to eat."

Some of the family favorite recipes included in the book are Linda&aposs "American-style" pancakes, chili non-carne, sausage rolls and shepherd&aposs pie.

Paul, Mary and Stella also include some of the dishes they make the most at home, such as pad Thai, pulled jackfruit burgers, Panzanella salad and crunchy pecan cookies.

The Beatles musician and his daughters launched the Meat Free Monday campaign in 2009 and previously published The Meat Free Monday Cookbook in 2016.


Paul McCartney and Family Will Release a Cookbook Filled with His Late Wife Linda's Recipes

Paul McCartney is honoring his late wife Linda&aposs love for meat-free cooking with a new cookbook.

The famed singer, 78, along with daughters Mary, 51, and Stella, 49, will release Linda McCartney&aposs Family Kitchen: Over 90 Plant-Based Recipes to Save the Planet and Nourish the Soul, a cookbook featuring a collection of Linda&aposs best-loved recipes reimagined for the modern cook.

The cookbook, out June 29, will "bring Linda&aposs kitchen up to date, reinventing her best-loved recipes for the plant-based cook, alongside their favorite family stories and the dishes that they now eat at home," according to a press release.

Linda, Paul&aposs first wife who died in 1998, introduced the family to the practice of vegetarian cooking and eating.

"An original food pioneer, Linda believed in great-tasting, wholesome, meat-free food, and embraced kindness and compassion in everything she did," the press release reads.

Along with Linda&aposs reimagined recipes, the cookbook will include personal stories and intimate family photos spanning three decades.

"Years ago, before anyone had woken up to the idea of environmental and health and animal welfare issues, Linda was blazing the trail with vegetarianism, telling people about it and promoting it," Paul said in a release. "At home, she would cook for the family and these recipes have been now brought up to date for a modern audience, so they&aposre all now plant-based and fabulous."

"In the book there are family photographs and stories from those days, and of course lots of great, beautiful-tasting healthy recipes," he added. "So I hope this book inspires conversations about sustainability and about modern living amongst people besides also just giving them some great recipes to eat."

Some of the family favorite recipes included in the book are Linda&aposs "American-style" pancakes, chili non-carne, sausage rolls and shepherd&aposs pie.

Paul, Mary and Stella also include some of the dishes they make the most at home, such as pad Thai, pulled jackfruit burgers, Panzanella salad and crunchy pecan cookies.

The Beatles musician and his daughters launched the Meat Free Monday campaign in 2009 and previously published The Meat Free Monday Cookbook in 2016.


Paul McCartney and Family Will Release a Cookbook Filled with His Late Wife Linda's Recipes

Paul McCartney is honoring his late wife Linda&aposs love for meat-free cooking with a new cookbook.

The famed singer, 78, along with daughters Mary, 51, and Stella, 49, will release Linda McCartney&aposs Family Kitchen: Over 90 Plant-Based Recipes to Save the Planet and Nourish the Soul, a cookbook featuring a collection of Linda&aposs best-loved recipes reimagined for the modern cook.

The cookbook, out June 29, will "bring Linda&aposs kitchen up to date, reinventing her best-loved recipes for the plant-based cook, alongside their favorite family stories and the dishes that they now eat at home," according to a press release.

Linda, Paul&aposs first wife who died in 1998, introduced the family to the practice of vegetarian cooking and eating.

"An original food pioneer, Linda believed in great-tasting, wholesome, meat-free food, and embraced kindness and compassion in everything she did," the press release reads.

Along with Linda&aposs reimagined recipes, the cookbook will include personal stories and intimate family photos spanning three decades.

"Years ago, before anyone had woken up to the idea of environmental and health and animal welfare issues, Linda was blazing the trail with vegetarianism, telling people about it and promoting it," Paul said in a release. "At home, she would cook for the family and these recipes have been now brought up to date for a modern audience, so they&aposre all now plant-based and fabulous."

"In the book there are family photographs and stories from those days, and of course lots of great, beautiful-tasting healthy recipes," he added. "So I hope this book inspires conversations about sustainability and about modern living amongst people besides also just giving them some great recipes to eat."

Some of the family favorite recipes included in the book are Linda&aposs "American-style" pancakes, chili non-carne, sausage rolls and shepherd&aposs pie.

Paul, Mary and Stella also include some of the dishes they make the most at home, such as pad Thai, pulled jackfruit burgers, Panzanella salad and crunchy pecan cookies.

The Beatles musician and his daughters launched the Meat Free Monday campaign in 2009 and previously published The Meat Free Monday Cookbook in 2016.


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