Veal, as Andrea Bocelli likes it

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We all wonder what celebrities eat, right?

photoWe all wonder what celebrities eat, right?Well, thanks to a new book by a pair of music industry insiders, we have a first-hand glimpse of what is on the dinner tables in the homes of Michael Buble, Clay Aiken, Reba McEntire, Andrea Bocelli and other music royalty.The book, "Bless This Table" ($29.95, hardcover, Rogers & Cowan) is by Teri Diamond and Jaymes Foster, sister of well-known music producer David Foster. (Akron Beacon Journal/MCT)

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Well, thanks to a new book by a pair of music industry insiders, we have a first-hand glimpse of what is on the dinner tables in the homes of Michael Buble, Clay Aiken, Reba McEntire, Andrea Bocelli and other music royalty.

The book, "Bless This Table" ($29.95, hardcover, Rogers & Cowan) is by Teri Diamond and Jaymes Foster, sister of well-known music producer David Foster.

There are plenty of easy, folksy recipes, including this Italian take on veal from Bocelli.

Fillet of Veal With Mushrooms

Makes 2 servings.

Adapted from “Bless This Table”

4 veal fillets

5 porcini mushrooms, or any variety, finely chopped

5 teaspoons cream

2 tablespoons butter

2 teaspoons brandy

1 large clove garlic, thinly sliced

1 teaspoon fresh parsley, chopped

Salt and pepper, to taste

Melt butter in large saute pan over medium heat. Season veal with salt and pepper and saute on both sides.

While veal is cooking, add garlic and mushrooms to pan.

Once mushrooms are cooked, pour the brandy over the veal. Add the cream. When the sauce is creamy, remove from heat. Adjust seasoning by sprinkling with additional salt and pepper, if needed.

Transfer to serving dish and sprinkle with parsley.