Bacon bad – order dishes from Snoop Dogg’s cookbook straight to your door via Menulog
We’re just going to claim it – 2020 is the year of the Dogg. In April, we revealed the news that Snoop Dogg had teamed up with Aussie winemakers 19 Crimes to launch his own vino. Now, the hip-hop doggfather is linking up with the takeaway titans at Menulog to share with us some super-munchable recipes from his homestyle cookbook. Welcome to Dogg’s Diner, where you can tuck into some of Snoop Dogg’s favourite West Coast dishes from now until Friday July 3. As the saying goes, it’s a dog-eat-dogg world.
In 2018, Snoop Dogg decided to share his culinary prowess by unveiling his own cookbook, From Crook to Cook: Platinum Recipes from Tha Boss Dogg’s Kitchen. A quick flick through reveals an array of mouth-watering recipes including the likes of the OG Chicken and Waffles made up of crispy chicken served with sweet buttermilk waffles and maple syrup, Mack & Cheese loaded with cheddar, mustard, nutmeg and cayenne pepper, and the Bow Wow brownies and ice-cream, which make for the perfect sweet treat. If you’re yet to get your hot little hands on the rapper’s cookbook, don’t fret, as you can now order these delicious dishes and more from Menulog by searching Dogg’s Diner – you can even sip on Snoop’s own OG Gin & Juice cocktail.
So what exactly can you snag yourself from Dogg’s Diner? Thanks to the fine folks at Menulog, you can order in nine of Snoop’s most-beloved recipes including the golden-crisped Get Tha Chip Fried Chicken Wings topped with a sprinkle of potato chips, Squad up Chili Cheese Fries featuring chunky-ground beef chilli and gooey cheese, and Billionaire’s Bacon – a candied bacon with red and black pepper glaze. There’s also the melted cheese and jalapeno croissant concoction called DOGGs in a Blanket, and the drool-worthy Rolls Royce PB-Chocolate Chip Cookies. The Dogg’s Diner offering will be available via Menulog until Friday July 3 with help from Milky Lane, which will be frying up the American-style eats in Newstead and Surfers Paradise.
To indulge in some West Coast classics, hop on over to the Menulog website to make an order. Be quick, these limited-edition eats won’t last forever!
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