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The Recipe Project Sets Recipes to Music

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This last weekend on

The Splendid Table

,

American Public Media's

radio food show that airs here on Sundays at 2 p.m.

KJZZ

, the fabulous Lynne Rossetto Kasper interviewed Michael Hearst of the band

One Ring Zero

with a recipe project that marries food and music in an unusual way.

Simply called "A Recipe Project," the CD/book "began as a simple idea: take the recipes of today's top chefs, set them to music, and sing them word for word."

Find out which famous chef and musicians lent their talent to this CD/book after the jump.

Some of the chefs included: Momofuku's David Chang, the vegan queen Isa Chandra Moskowitz and the omnipresent Mario Batali.

Here's a live performance for Peanut Butter Brunettes by Isa Chandra Moskowitz:

We find this endlessly entertaining. For more information on the CD/book, head over to The Recipe Project.

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