Zesterdaily.com interviewed Green Day's tour cooks, Sean Stone and Steve Jenkins at Green Day's recent show in Irving, California about how they prepare the band's food on the road. The article is an interesting read and at the end they even include a recipe to make a ten minute Ravioli dish.

"For big-name musical groups, sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll don't cut it anymore. Healthy, freshly prepared meals are the order of the day. On show night, a 14-hour day is typical for the catering crew. When they're moving from town to town, after the concert, instead of heading to a motel, the crew loads into the bus. Before Irvine, the last concert was in Arizona. "We drove all night and slept on the bus," Stone said. "When we arrived at 10 a.m. in Irvine, we went shopping at Whole Foods and H Mart, a Korean-Chinese supermarket. Then we started cooking.""

You can read the full article on Zesterdaily.com by clicking here.

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