Antoinette Giancana, daughter of slain mob boss Sam Giancana, plans to let people in on the favorite recipes, wines and other culinary secrets of 35 well-known Chicago gangsters.

While her previous work, "Mafia Princess," let people in on the bedroom activities of mobsters, Giancana's new project, to be named "Mafia Cookbook," will look at their talents in the kitchen.She said the book will go beyond Italian cuisine.

"Just like my father, these men didn't enjoy just Italian food," Giancana said. "They wanted the creme de la creme wherever they went and they got it - steak divine, crab imperial."