14 Foods Jon Bon Jovi Will Always Love
Jon Bon Jovi has been rocking since 1983, but he does so much more than that-he's also a record producer, actor, philanthropist and father of four! Here are some of the foods that keep him going.
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Jon Bon Jovi doesn’t eat like you’d expect a rock star to eat! Here are some foods he loves, from protein bars to eggplant Parmesan.
Jon is quite health-conscious and one of his go-to meals is grilled fish. We can definitely see him manning a grill, armed with a spatula and a pair of tongs! Check out some more of our best grilled fish recipes.
Jon has created his very own cocktail, which he calls the Muff Dive. It’s made with equal parts vodka, peach schnapps and cranberry juice, and it sounds pretty tasty to us! Not your cup of tea (or spirits, as the case may be)? Here are some of our more classic cocktails.
Jon and his wife Dorothea own two restaurants with a unique business model-there are no prices on the menu, and diners can either pay for their meals or earn them by volunteering in the restaurant. The fare is upscale and nutritious, including dishes like orange Thai chicken, similar to this recipe.
Jon and his son Jesse have teamed up to create their very own rosé called Diving Into Hampton Water; it’s apparently their favorite type of wine. That said, this cocktail would be a great way to show off that pale pink vino.
Jon loves cookies, and he’s not picky–“Give me a box of anything and I’ll eat it,” he says. These big chocolate chip cookies beat a boxed batch any day! Here are some cookie recipes you should definitely have in your cookie jar.
Like most musicians, Bon Jovi submits an amenities request to each venue he visits specifying, among other things, what kinds of foods he’d like available for himself, the band and crew. Hummus tends to always make the list, along with fresh coffee and plenty of water.Check out more of our awesome dip recipes.
Chicken noodle soup is one of the ultimate comfort foods, and Jon frequently requests a homemade, low-fat version be served before his shows. Here are some more healthy foods that are amazingly comforting.
Do you consider sushi to be fast food? Jon does, and he lists it on his amenities request to be served after a show. Read this if you’d like to know how to improve upon grocery store (or fast food) sushi.
No meal is complete without dessert, not even a pre-show meal. Jon’s amenities list calls for a light, cold dessert, similar to this satisfyingly sweet parfait. Here are more chilled options for a tasty dessert.
Protein bars are a handy thing to keep stashed in your suitcase (or tour bus, in this case), and they’re one of Jon’s favorite snacks. We’re sure he’d love this version that’s packed with walnuts and mini chocolate chips.