Hot Honey Cookbook Review

Hot Honey Cookbook Review

Title: Hot Honey Cookbook: 60 Recipes to Infuse Sweet Heat into Your Favorite Foods
Author: Ames Russell, Sarah Quessenberry
Published: August 2, 2022, Rock Point
No. of Pages: 144
Cover Price: $19.99 Hardcover, $9.99 Kindle

Like the combination of hot and sweet? Hot HoneyCookbook: 60 Recipes to Infuse Sweet Heat into Your Favorite Foods is a great cookbook to add to your recipe shelf. Whenever a company puts out a cookbook, it usually contains especially good recipes, so that the readers will purchase their products over and over. This excellent cookbook is no exception. The recipes vary from breakfasts, appetizers, side dishes, mains, and desserts. And the recipes are mouthwatering – actually recipes that people will want to prepare. There is also interesting information on the history of AR Hot Honey.

The recipes are written in the traditional manner, so they can easily be followed by beginning to advanced cooks. They call for ingredients that are easy to find, including the AR Hot Honey which is available online if it isn’t found at your local grocery store.

There is a beautiful photograph of every recipe, making it difficult to decide which recipe to make next. Every time readers peruse this cookbook, they will find new dishes to add to their queue.

All told, this is a fun cookbook with plenty of southern and mainstream recipes that everyone will love. The recipes work well, and have obviously been tested before being published.

Special thanks to NetGalley for supplying a review copy of this book.

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