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.
MY REVIEW: A disappointing 3 stars. I am from Mississippi and use Tabasco sauce a lot. I thought I would find a lot of recipes in here that my family would love. I was disappointed. There are a lot of Cajun recipes in here, which seem nice, but I may try them only on rare occasions because I’m not the type of cook that spends hours on a meal. I like things quick and easy. I thought this book would have quick and easy recipes. I was also disappointed in the lack of pictures. Other than the cover, which looked good with the classic Tabasco logo, the interior was sadly lacking in images for the meals. Overall, a disappointment.
Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book for free in exchange for writing a review.