Belle & Sebastian, Interpol and Walkmen contribute to cook book

Franz Ferdinand, Devandra Banhart also offer favourite recipes

Belle & Sebastian, The Hold Steady, Interpol and

The Walkmen are among the bands who contributed to a cook book entitled ‘I Like Food, Food Tastes Good’, released today on Hyperion.

Franz Ferdinand contribute a recipe for Lemon Ginger Flapjacks, while Interpol reveal their secret to a great Cacao Rosso and Death Cab For Cutie go back to basics with a Veggie Sausage and Peanut Butter Sandwich.

My Morning Jacket, Voxtrot and Tilly And The Wall are also among the 100 or so artists that contribute to the book, which was put together by Brooklyn-based writer Kara Zuaro.

–By our New York staff.

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