Snoop Dogg is a modern renaissance man. He has turned his hand from everything from rap, DJing, soccer coaching, vape manufacturing, bong design, and now; cooking. Celebrity books are usually a non-event, with barely a month going by without some B-lister releasing an ego-boosting autobiography in a feeble attempt to gain some kind of relevance.
Snoop’s new book is another beast, after all, why would a legend need to resort to such petty publicity stunts. His new book is a cook book. This isn’t as strange as it sounds, 2Chainz, a fellow rapper, released a slim cookbook in the past.
However, knowing Snoop, this book will be on another level.
Crook to Cook
Snoop will be packing his book with his personal favorite meals. Despite his reputation, this isn’t any simple collection of stoner grub, this is so much more. One of the more surprising recipes in the book is lobster thermidor, far from the junk food you may expect. Of course, he doesn’t shy away from the sugary snacks, such as the waffles. Of course, Snoop couldn’t resist a couple of references to his career with recipes like gin and juice (which is the only recipe whose name is also its entire recipe).
In a statement Snoop said that, “You know it’s blazin’ up in my kitchen. I’m takin’ the cookbook game higher with a dipped and whipped collection of my favorite recipes, ya dig?” Yes, Snoop, we dig.
Potluck Dinner Party
This isn’t Snoops first foray into the culinary arts. You may have heard of his Emmy-nominated cooking show Marth and Snoop’s Potluck Dinner Party. In this Snoop and Martha Stewart team up to cook challenging meals for their guests!