Action Bronson is bringing his culinary expertise to the masses -- for a price. The Queens MC and former XXL Freshman is planning to take his pre-rap profession mainstream with the announcement that he's dropping a cookbook.

Bronson made the announcement earlier this week that he has finally inked a deal with Abrams Books. He'll take his culinary show, F*ck That's Delicious, and turn it into a cookbook. The larger-than-life rapper shared the good news on Twitter.

Bronsolino has been known to chef it up. A respected fire-flame gourmet chef in New York City for years, Bronson turned to rapping in 2011, when he broke his leg in the kitchen. The rapper is currently the host of F*ck That's Delicious, where he visits chefs and tries exotic dishes from all around the world. The show, now in its second season, often incorporates Action's hop-hop friends -- everyone from his famous co-hort Big Body Bes to Meyhem Lauren and the Alchemist.

"The book is definitely something I’ve wanted to do for a very long time, and I’m just happy that it’s coming to life," Bronson said in a press release about his forthcoming read.

And even though he's climbing the television ladder with his side hustle, Bronson hasn't slacked on dropping new music. He recently dropped the new single "Garlic and Oil," has announced the Blue Chip 7 mixtape and has been previewing new music while on tour.

Will you buy Bronson's cookbook when it drops in 2017?

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