Jackie Collins chats with Tavis Smiley about her books “The Lucky Santangelo Cookbook” & “Confessions of a Wild Child”

Reposted from The Wire How do people deal with the torrent of information pouring down on us all? What sources can’t they live without? We regularly reach out to prominent figures in media, entertainment, politics, the arts, and the literary world to hear their answers. This is drawn from a phone conversation with Jackie Collins,

Jackie whips up some recipes from THE LUCKY SANTANGLEO COOKBOOK  with the gals on “The Talk”


Jackie shows some delicious recipes from “The Lucky Santangelo Cookbook” on Good Day NY.

Be sure to check in for updates on more Jackie Collins appearances.  You’ll see her later this month on “BETHENNY”, as well as “VERIA LIVING”–air dates will be posted on the APPEARANCES page soon.

Official Recipe in The Lucky Santangelo Cookbook, p. 7 Wolfgang Puck created a special raspberry lemonade cocktail and called it “The Jackie Collins.” It makes its debut in The Lucky Santangelo Cookbook, coming 4/8/2014.

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English Roast Potatoes

Wednesday, 12 March 2014 by

Official Recipe in The Lucky Santangelo Cookbook, p. 109 Whoever thought that potatoes could be the hit of a party? Believe it or not, I’ve hosted many dinner parties and had people raving about these most of all. Plus, they’re so easy to make! One of my all-time favorites. My English Roast Potatoes make their

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Lucky’s Luscious (Italian) Meatballs

Tuesday, 11 March 2014 by

Official Recipe in The Lucky Santangelo Cookbook, p. 81 Meatballs. A big Santangelo family favorite. If you love Italian cooking, then you’ll love these meatballs. Everyone does — even Frank Sinatra. Check them out, along with dozens of other fabulous recipes in The Lucky Santangelo Cookbook, coming 4/8/2014.

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Reposted from Wall Street Journal Jackie Collins, 76, is author of 30 novels, including “Hollywood Wives” and “Lucky,” part of her series on the Santangelo family. Her latest novel is “Confessions of a Wild Child” (St. Martin’s Press). She spoke with reporter Marc Myers. My house in Beverly Hills was inspired by a David Hockney

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Reposted from Voices: Home of the Sun-Times Blogs Jackie Collins has written 30 books; her latest is “Confessions of a Wild Child.” If you watch enough of these celebrities interviewed on TV — and I do— you realize they make the rounds of the different shows and give the same safe, canned answers some publicist

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Reposted from The Los Angeles Times Author Jackie Collins still has the steam engine chugging. Her newest novel, “Lucky: Confessions of a Wild Child,” released last week, is a prequel to the Lucky Santangelo books and centers on the treasured heroine during her formative teen years — the book has already landed a film deal with

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