The singer has teamed up with her father for the recipe-heavy item
Lady Gaga has been working on a cookbook with her father, Joe Germanotta, and was responsible for writing the foreword.
The book, titled Joanne Trattoria Cookbook: Classic Recipes and Scenes from an Italian American Restaurant, was inspired by their family-owned restaurant which opened its doors in New York back in 2012.
Executive chef Travis Jones posted a tweet, saying: “Head on over and Get your Joanne Trattoria Cookbook full of recipes and family stories! (sic)” along with a link to pre-order the item through Amazon.
Head on over and Get your Joanne Trattoria Cookbook full of recipes and family stories! https://t.co/teRwq5feHg
— Chef Travis Jones (@ChefTravisJones) August 14, 2016
The official description portrays the book as a “collection of recipes and anecdotes, inspired by the world famous restaurant Joanne Trattoria, owned by Joe Germanotta, father of Lady Gaga.”
It further adds: “Family, food, and love are the foundation upon which Joe Germanotta and his wife, Cynthia, raised their daughters, Natali and Stefani (aka Lady Gaga). Named for his sister who died of Lupas three months shy of her 20th birthday, their family-run restaurant is built on those same fundamental principles. In the pages of this cookbook, Joe has collected recipes and entertaining anecdotes inspired by his world famous restaurant.”
The book is scheduled for release in November 2016.
The singer has also been busy with her music and building up an acting portfolio with a role in American Horror Story.
Though her profession has treated her well, the singer’s love life recently took a dive after splitting from her fiancé, 35-year-old Taylor Kinney. However, Gaga revealed that they could possibly reconcile if all goes well.
She previously shared via Instagram: “Taylor and I have always believed we are soul mates.
Just like all couples, we have ups and downs, and we have been taking a break. We are both ambitious artists, hoping to work through long-distance and complicated schedules to continue the simple love we have always shared.”