“The Hooters Cookbook” includes unique recipes for appetizers, main dishes, desserts and of course drinks (alcoholic and non-alcoholic).
The recipes are easy enough for the average non-cooking man who wants to impress his game-watching friend or even a lady friend.
Inside, you’ll find recipes for wings, sandwiches and burgers, and sections dedicated to: game day snacks, food for tailgating and grilling mainstays, “recipes to impress,” rockin’ cocktails, desserts, salads, some cooking tips, and sports talk.
There are also pictures of what the food should look like after being cooked. This allows you to have something to compare your own results to. If the variation of the food you cooked turned out looking uneatable, don’t show this book and pictures to the people you made the food for because the food looks incredible.
The book’s wide format and the vibrant images of the dishes make for a fun read-through, and Hooters is definitely about fun. There are
a wide variety of dishes and there is something in the book for everybody. “The Hooters Cookbook” definitely for meat-lovers, but there are meatless dishes included too.
You’ll find a little cartoon owl on most pages, but besides that, you’d never know you’re reading a Hooters book. There are not a lot of logos and there are almost no pictures of Hooters girls. This does give the book a more tasteful and classier feel.
Inside, look for: Asian Chicken Wings, Yukon Shrimp Hoagie, Brown Sugar-Baked Beans, Chip’s Grits Galore, Drunken Chicken, Lynne Austin’s Lucky 7-Layer Salad, Spicy Beer-Battered Onion Rings, Crawfish Boil, Toffee Apple Dip, Bleu Hawaiian Salad, and Hooterburry Lemonade.
Beware, flipping through the pictures will definitely make your mouth water and your stomach grumble.