Lady Gaga is releasing an Italian cookbook with her dad
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There's Mario Batali, there's Giada De Laurentiis, and now there's Stefani Germanotta. The singer-songwriter now known as Lady Gaga will be releasing a cookbook in November, titled Joanne Trattoria Cookbook: Classic Recipes and Scenes From an Italian American Restaurant, alongside her father, Joe Germanotta.
Inspired by the restaurant Joe and his wife, Cynthia, own and operate on Manhattan's Upper West Side called Joanne's Trattoria, the cookbook has "collected recipes and entertaining anecdotes inspired by [Joe's] world famous restaurant." Joe himself authored the book, while Gaga penned the forward. Che bella! Ravioli ravioli give me the formuoli!
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