4. Lady Gaga’s Secret Meatball Gravy Sauce
7. Rolling Stones’ “Hot Dogs On The Rocks”
According to a 1967 cookbook called Singers & Swings In The Kitchen, “it would be hard to find a skinnier batch of boys anywhere, which is not easy to believe when you watch them eat Hot Dogs on the Rocks, their favorite American dish.” Apparently Mick Jagger is responsible for the potatoes and franks, while Charlie Watts added the beans.
Find the full recipe at Black Book.
8. Miles Davis’ Chili Con Carne
Miles Davis’ biography includes a recipe for his favorite chili con carne, which lists all the ingredients with not a single direction as to how to prepare it, save for, “Serve over linguine.” Jazz musicians improvise, after all.
Recipe comes from So What: The Life of Miles Davis, by John Szwed.
14. Freddie Mercury’s Chicken Dhansak
Freddie Mercury’s longtime personal assistant Phoebe posted this recipe on the singer’s website, explaining that it combined the drier curry meat dish and dal, which was a favorite “moistening accompaniment” of his.
View the full recipe at Freddie Mercury’s official website.
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