We've long known that Taylor Swift is a gifted home cook and party host. (Remember that time she graciously baked a birthday cake for bestie Selena Gomez... even though she knew she wouldn't be able to eat it? Or that time Tiffany Haddish went to a potluck at Tay-Tay's house and reported back that the food was "bomb?")
Well, now the pop star is sharing more behind-the-scenes trivia from her domestic successes. Among the 30 things Taylor Swift learned before age 30, she told Elle for its April cover story ahead of her milestone birthday coming up late this year, is how to put together a few slam-dunk, crowd-pleasing recipes for dinner parties.
Specifically, she said in Elle: "I’ve always cooked a LOT, but I found three recipes I know I’ll be making at dinner parties for life: Ina Garten’s Real Meatballs and Spaghetti (I just use packaged bread crumbs and only ground beef for meat), Nigella Lawson’s Mughlai Chicken, and Jamie Oliver’s Chicken Fajitas with Molé Sauce."
So there you have it! And hey, big props to Garten — without whose recipes, Swift's guests might go a tad hungrier... and Meghan Markle and Prince Harry might never be married.
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