Soap Opera Cafe: The Skinny on Food from a Daytime Star
by Robin Mattson (Janet Dillon, AMC; ex-Heather Webber, GH)
Hardcover - 292 pages (October 1997)
Our price: $14.00
Robin Mattson, star of the highly rated daytime drama All My Children, has created collection of 150 recipes for delicious, low-fat cuisine that's sure to please the health conscious consumer as well as the soap fans. The recipes are accompanied by lively anecdotes and photos from Mattson's life as a daytime star.
Cooking With Days of Our Lives
by Paulette Cohn, Dotty Griffith
Hardcover (November 1997)
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"Cooking with Days of Our Lives" combines the fun and drama of the show with good food one might enjoy in some of Salem's finer homes and restaurants: the Brady Pub, Doug's Place, and the Penthouse Grill. This is a perfect souvenir gift for the show's fans, whether of 32 years or 32 days. It contains 200 recipes, trivia and quizzes about the show, and numerous photographs. Full color.
Love and Dishes: Scene-Stealing Recipes from Your Favorite Soap Stars
by Irene Krause Keene (Editor)
Hardcover (February 1996)
Our price: $16.95
America's favorite soap opera stars--including Tommy Michaels, Melody Thomas Scott, and Sydney Penny--open their hearts and their kitchens with this collection of recipes for everything from quick family snacks to memorable meals. Photos of the stars, brief bios, and personal anecdotes round out the book. A portion of royalties will be donated to the Pediatric AIDS Foundation.
Cooking With the Young and the Restless
by Robert Waldron, Martha Hollis (Contributor), Nancy Bradley Wiard
Hardcover - 192 pages (November 1997)
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What do you do when you discover your true love is actually the brother you never knew you had? Or that your father is really your uncle and he's having an affair with your fiancée? If you happen to live in Genoa City, Wisconsin, the fictional locale for the daytime drama, The Young and the Restless, you might head over to Gina's Place for a comforting plate of Zucchini Frittata, or maybe you'd prefer to cry over an Iced Mocha at Crimson Lights Coffeehouse. Then again, if you go anywhere in Genoa City, you're sure to meet your ex-husband's third ex-wife, who also happens to be your stepsister and the woman who's had her eye on your boyfriend-cum-brother since you two met during a hostage situation at the courthouse all those weeks ago. So, maybe you'd better stay home and whip up that Huevos Rancheros recipe you'll find in the "Comfort Foods for Devastating Breakups" chapter of Cooking with the Young and the Restless instead. In addition to cast pictures andinformation about the show's history, Cooking with the Young and the Restless contains more than 200 mouth-watering recipes from Genoa City's hottest restaurants as well as the special menus for special occasions such as Kay Chancellor's New Year's Eve party and Olivia and Malcolm's wedding reception. Fans of the show will enjoy reading up on their favorite characters' romantic tangles and personal triumphs and tragedies as they try out the dishes that keep the Newmans, the Abbotts, the Chancellors, and all the other citizens of Genoa City coming back for more.