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Willie Nelson Announces Cannabis Cookbook

Willie Nelson and his wife, Annie Nelson, are teaming up on a new cookbook. Well, there’s a twist; in true Willie form, the book leans into the infused world of cannabis cooking, taking readers on a journey through meals past while also bestowing recipes guaranteed to produce an effective buzz.



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Willie and Annie Nelson’s Cannabis Cookbook: Mouthwatering Recipes and the High-Flying Stories Behind Them is due on Nov. 12, 2024. 


“Over a lifetime of study, I learned that pot is more than pleasure. Its positive properties are limitless,” Willie Nelson writes in the cookbook’s Note to the Reader.


“It’s a blessing and a blast. It’s good fuel. Together with Chef Drummer, one of the most celebrated cannabis chefs, and my wife, Annie, the most celebrated chef in our home, I’m excited to help you to cook up a whole mess of wholesome meals.” 


According to the official press release, Willie and Annie Nelson’s Cannabis Cookbook presents meals enjoyed on the road, at home on the family ranch, and while visiting the pair’s favorite cities.


In addition to recipes, the book will also present a personal account of Willie’s food-related tales. From Buffalo wings and chocolate cake to Southern favorites, the curated collection delivers easy-to-make directions intended for any chef or aspiring cook looking to get a little more out of their food. 



Willie and Annie Nelson’s Cannabis Cookbook was co-authored by David Ritz, Mia Tangredi, and Chef Andrea Drummer. Notably, the book features a chapter dedicated to recipes surrounding cannabis-dominant base ingredients like butter, oil, simple syrups, sugars, salts, and tinctures–providing enthusiasts of the spiked product space to build on their kitchen creations.


Pre-order Willie and Annie Nelson’s Cannabis Cookbook: Mouthwatering Recipes and the High-Flying Stories Behind Them

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