Snoop Dogg’s Upcoming 50-Recipe Cookbook Will Include a Recipe for Gin and Juice

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It’s about time to start sippin’ on gin and juice, because Snoop Dogg has a cookbook coming out! The rapper first debuted the track “Gin & Juice” in 1994, and now he’s preparing for a new type of release that also involves his favorite libation.

In a tweet shared on Wednesday, August 22, Snoop revealed that his first cookbook, From Crook to Cook, will be released this fall. “Platinum recipes from the boss doggs kitchen the first ever snoop cook book comin soon to @ChronicleBooks,” the Grammy nominee, 46, wrote.

According to Amazon, the book’s official release date is Tuesday, October 23, and it sounds like readers can expect quite a bit from the television personality whose unlikely friendship with Martha Stewart serves as the basis for the duo’s weekly cooking competition show on VH1 called Martha & Snoop’s Potluck Dinner Party.

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“Delivering 50 recipes straight from his own collection, Snoop’s cookbook features OG staples like baked mac & cheese and fried Bologna sandwiches with chips, and new takes on classic weeknight faves like soft flour tacos and easy orange chicken,” the description states.

And even though all 50 of Snoop’s recipes are cannabis-free, the singer still hopes to give readers a “taste of the high life with remixes on upper echelon fare such as lobster thermidor and filet mignon.”

Snoop’s first cookbook will also include some of his “favorite munchies” such as chewy Starbursts and Frito BBQ twists. And lastly, as the description states, “No party is complete without that gin and juice and other platinum ways to entertain.”

Additionally, readers can expect to find “epic stories and behind-the-scenes photos that brings this masterpiece to life.”

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