“Have you ever wanted to have dinner with a rock star? We all have and now you can while benefiting a great cause. We have collected recipes from famous rockers from around the world bringing their favorite meals from on the road or their own kitchens to your table. Some include famous family recipes. We are honored to have worked with so many musicians who shared their recipes with the fans in our new book “Rockin’ Recipes for Autism.” We hope everyone runs out to buy a copy because it benefits autism research and programs. – Kenny Wilkerson, author and bassist for Nova Rex
Nova Rex Bass player and author, Kenny Wilkerson, has released the Rockin’ Recipes for Autism cookbook featuring numerous rock stars personal recipes. The book will benefit “We Rock for Autism” a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting autism awareness and acceptance as well as providing music therapy and sensory friendly events that promote inclusion. Wilkerson’s experience is personal. His son Gunnar is on the autism spectrum.
“I have been very lucky to have been given the opportunity to tour the country and meet some amazing people,” says the bassist. “Since I have a son on the autism spectrum, I know how important this cause is to all those affected. Thank you to these legendary rockers who have given their time to take a bite out of autism.”– Kenny Wilkerson
The cookbook features 50+ recipes from legendary rock stars from famous bands that include Whitesnake, Ozzy Osbourne, Every Mother’s Nightmare, Ron Keel Band, Cage & Focx, Skid Row and many more. HighVolMusic recording artists Rick Ruhl (Every Mother’s Nightmare) whips up his ‘Southern Chicken and Dumplings’ while Ron Keel (Ron Keel Band) fires up his ‘Killer Chili’, and Anthony Focx (Cage & Focx, Beautiful Creatures) kicks back a ‘Fruit Smoothie’. You’ll also find scrumptious dishes like Kenny’s ‘Ain’t Easy Being Cheesy Bacon Meatloaf’ and The Baby’s John Bisaha’s Mac & Cheese. There are also recipes from veterans of Whitesnake, Warrant, Queensryche, Great White, Skid Row, Dokken and Toto among others.
To learn more and to get your cookbook, check out the Rockin’ Recipes for Autism website here.