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The Tabasco Cookbook: Recipes with America's Favorite Pepper Sauce
     

The Tabasco Cookbook: Recipes with America's Favorite Pepper Sauce

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by Paul McIlhenny, Barbara Hunter, John Besh (Foreword by)
 

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80 recipes with your favorite pepper sauce in a newly revised edition
 
Whether you ask for it by name at restaurants or are one of the legions of people who travel with your own bottle, you know there's no substitute for giving eggs, oysters, and Bloody Marys a kick.
 
But Tabasco Pepper Sauce is a versatile ingredient for other foods,

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80 recipes with your favorite pepper sauce in a newly revised edition
 
Whether you ask for it by name at restaurants or are one of the legions of people who travel with your own bottle, you know there's no substitute for giving eggs, oysters, and Bloody Marys a kick.
 
But Tabasco Pepper Sauce is a versatile ingredient for other foods, too. This revised and updated edition of The Tabasco Cookbook includes 20 new recipes for enjoying southern-style classics and American down-home favorites. From perfect fried chicken to a pan of peppery gingerbread, here are 80 recipes and color photography to test your fiery food limits—and keep you coming back for more. 

With a foreword by renowned New Orleans chef John Besh and beautiful color photographs of the food and Avery Island, Tabasco Pepper Sauce’s birthplace, The Tabasco Cookbook will spice up any cook’s repertoire from breakfast to dessert.

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From the Publisher
"Finally, a cookbook as lively as the sauce itself!"

— Nathalie Dupree

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780770435394
Publisher:
Potter/TenSpeed/Harmony
Publication date:
02/02/2016
Pages:
144
Sales rank:
270,384
Product dimensions:
5.40(w) x 8.30(h) x 0.60(d)

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Meet the Author

Paul McIlhenny was a fourth-generation family member to produce TABASCO® Sauce. Mr. McIlhenny joined McIlhenny Company in 1967 and served as CEO and Chairman of the Board from 2000 through 2013. During his tenure, Mr. McIlhenny led the company to record growth, introduced new products and flavors, and aided the preservation of Louisiana’s coastal wetlands. 
 
Barbara Hunter founded Hunter Public Relations, a consumer products public relations agency, in 1989 with McIlhenny Company as her first client. Ms. Hunter worked with McIlhenny Company for more than 20 years, developing lasting relationships and experiences with the brand before retiring in 2000. McIlhenny Company remains a client of Hunter Public Relations today.

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The Tabasco Cookbook: Recipes with America's Favorite Pepper Sauce 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Reading_With_Cupcakes More than 1 year ago
I don't know about you, but I kind of really like spicy food. I enjoy the water it can bring to my eyes, the way it clears my sinuses, and the way it tastes in general. There are some foods that I add it to more than others - like eggs. I am almost always adding the nearest available hot sauce to them. So, as you can probably guess, when I saw The Tabasco Cookbook available on Blogging for Books, I had to request it for review! Upon first glance, this book is a lot smaller than I thought it would be. It is only a little larger than my hand spread out. That's okay though. It has been put together well and has a nice sturdy cover that is going to allow it to hold up for a good while. This is especially great since it is a cookbook and will be used in my disaster of a kitchen. Too bad the cover is white. I am sure I will manage to stain it some how. As for the recipes contained within, I am very pleased with what I have found. There is quite a wide variety. You have recipes for breakfasts, soups, drinks, main dishes, side dishes, sauces, and desserts. You could easily create an entire meal showcasing Tabasco hot sauce if your heart desires. What also is fantastic about this is that the book has a spicy meter for each recipe. The meter is shown as little Tabasco bottles. One bottle equals a little bit of flavor kick and 4 bottles means you better have your milk ready to help quench the fire going on in your mouth. Definitely a tool to help you pick out which recipe you should give a go depending on how much spicy you are in the mood for. As for the recipes themselves, they all seem relatively simple and easy to follow. Some require only a handful of ingredients, while others require more. I look forward to trying the majority of the recipes held within The Tabasco Cookbook. I will have to pass on a couple because they are just not for me (the one with the frog legs and all of the seafood ones...) but there are still plenty of others that make my mouth water just thinking about! This review is based on a copy provided by Blogging for Books in exchange for a fair and honest review. Find more of my reviews here: http://readingwithcupcakes.blogspot.com/