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The Lucky Santangelo Cookbook

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The Lucky Santangelo Cookbook

By Jackie Collins

St. Martin's Press, Hardcover, 9781250014658, 162pp.

Publication Date: April 8, 2014


Bold, wildly beautiful, and totally her own woman, Lucky Santangelo needs no introduction. The sizzling, glamorous, sometimes dangerous daughter of former gangster Gino, Lucky is the most popular character in Jackie Collins's wild world of lust, intrigue, violence, and redemption. A true Italian/American woman of the world, Lucky likes to shake it up in the kitchen from traditional Italian dishes to sumptuous desserts, and crazy cocktails.
"The Lucky Santangelo Cookbook "features the kind of bold and audacious flavors that characterize Lucky herself. From zesty meatballs to sweet and spicy spare ribs, this book is packed with recipes suitable for everything from big family dinners to lavish cocktail parties to romantic dinners for two. "The Lucky Santangelo Cookbook "is certain to broaden any home cook's repertoire in new and excitingly delicious directions.

Fully illustrated and peppered throughout with fun and delightfully provocative scenes written just for this book, readers will enjoy seeing Lucky and Jackie in action. So if you want a little taste of Lucky Santangelo in your life get into the kitchen and start getting Lucky

About the Author
JACKIE COLLINS is the author of twenty-nine "New York Times" bestselling novels. More than 500 million of her books have sold in more than forty countries. From "Hollywood Wives" to "Lady Boss," from "Chances" to "Poor Little Bitch Girl," Jackie Collins has chronicled the lives of the rich and famous with "devastating accuracy" ("Los Angeles Times"). She lives in Beverly Hills.

Saturday, Apr 12, 2014

Collins' The Lucky Santangelo Cookbook is named for her plucky heroine, the daughter of a former gangster. It's got recipes for linguine and the author's eponymous cocktail � but no health food. More at

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