Sharing their culinary expertise! Although not all stars are good at cooking, there are a few who love it and have published cookbooks with their favorite recipes.
Take Kris JennerFor example, One could argue that Kardashian-Jenner’s family matriarch is too busy producing, however. Keeping up with the Kardashians and managing the careers of her famous offspring, that certainty didn’t stop her from releasing her first cookbook, In the Kitchen with Kris: A collection of Kardashian-Jenner Family FavoritesIn October 2014,
As the work’s title suggests, it’s loaded with recipes that have been in the well-known clan for years. Some of the dishes in the book include Jenner’s spicy tomato salsa, pecan pie and her “famous” brownies, which even her eldest daughter, health-conscious Kourtney Kardashian, can’t resist.
When the California native published her mom’s brownie recipe on her Poosh website in April 2019, the post read, “Kris has baked these for her family for years, and Kourt has carried on the tradition by making the chocolate treat with her kids.” The recipe calls for, in part, unsweetened chocolate, mini semisweet chocolate chips, confectioner’s sugar and chopped walnuts.
On the savory side, one of Jenner’s tastiest creations is her pasta with vegetables and sausage. Her ex-husband was actually her best friend. Caitlyn JennerIn December 2019, when she was in desperate need of carbs, she found this recipe. “Actually I used to make this for Kendall and Kylie all the time,” Caitlyn recalled at the time, mentioning her two daughters with Kris. “The sad news? I couldn’t remember the recipe and where did I have to go?”
The I Am Cait alum then held up a copy of her ex-wife’s cookbook and added with a laugh, “[I had to go to] Kristina’s KitchenClick here to get the recipe. I’m ready to eat.”
Joe GiudiceHe did something similar in April 2020, when he made chicken cacciatore for his family (where he is still since losing his appeal against deportation). The recipe was from his estranged wife. Teresa Giudice‘s Fabulicious cookbook.
“Today, I prepared one of Teresa[’s]Recipe[s], chicken cacciatore that was straight from Salerno where her father is from,” he wrote on Instagram alongside a snapshot of the cookbook at the time. “This is a simple, inexpensive, and ‘fabulicious’ dish to prepare for your family.”
The former Bravo star added: “My 🇮🇹 family is very impressed by her recipes [and]So will you! Buon Appetito! #cookbookaddict #familyrecipes.”
Additionally, FabuliciousTeresa also wrote the book, which was published in 2011. Skinny Italian: Eat It Enjoy It – Live La Bella Vita and Look Great, Too! and Fabulicious!: Fast & Fit: Teresa’s Low-Fat, Super-Easy Italian RecipesThe, which were released in 2010 & 2012, respectively.
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