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The Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous Cookbook

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The giggles start as soon as you hear host Robin Leach describe The Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous Cookbook CD-ROM as an ”interactive CD-Rome.” Then it’s on to the Chilled Lobster Bouillon (”magnificent choice!”) and Joan Collins’ Spaghetti Bolognese (”serves 20”). Lifestyles is really just the 1992 coffee-table tome fleshed out with 10 full-motion video segments shoveled straight from the show. As a cookbook, it’s pretty lame. As camp — expensive camp — it’s, well, magnificent. C-

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