Country star Trisha Yearwood, along with mother Gwen and sister Beth, have compiled another round of hearty family recipes for Home Cooking with Trisha Yearwood, which will be released April 6, 2010 by Clarkson Potter. (Clarkson Potter; $29.99; On-Sale April 6, 2010)
As friends, family and fans of her last cookbook know, you don’t leave Trisha Yearwood’s home hungry. The book’s practical recipes, personal anecdotes and delicious depictions of the hearty fare you’ll find at Yearwood family gatherings make Home Cooking with Trisha Yearwood yet another user-friendly cookbook that reads like notes from a friend. Written with her mom, Gwen Yearwood, and sister, Beth Yearwood Bernard, Trisha focuses on recipes culled from recent gatherings and shared meals, and the stories behind them that feature her extended family and close circle of friends. Trisha will help you figure out what delicious food to bring when you're invited to a supper, picnic, or party.
Readers will find great Southern meals with one-pot dishes, pastas, salads, refreshments, desserts, and more, including: Garth's Breakfast Bowl; Cowboy Lasagna; Cornbread Salad with French Dressing; Vegetable Pie; Spice Cake with Lemon Sauce and Grandma Yearwood’s Coconut Cake. Whether cooking for a group or a quiet night in, HOME COOKING WITH TRISHA YEARWOOD is an indispensable collection of easy recipes, a tribute to Southern hospitality, and an intimate look into good times with Trisha Yearwood.
For the country star who has earned rarified status as a renowned vocalist, her newfound acclaim as an author has been a sweet surprise. Shortly after her last cookbook, Georgia Cooking in an Oklahoma Kitchen was released in April of 2008, it hit the New York Times Bestseller list…and returned again later that summer at the height of grilling season!
Trisha Yearwood is one of the highest-selling female artists in Country music history. Entertainment Weekly has called her “one of the finest interpretive singers ever” and in 2008, Trisha literally illustrated her versatility when her debut as a cookbook author, Georgia Cooking in an Oklahoma Kitchen, hit the New York Times Bestseller list…twice!
Since her 1991 debut, each of Yearwood’s eleven albums have achieved gold or platinum status with over 10 million albums sold. She has had nine #1hits and twenty Top Ten hits, including “She’s in Love With the Boy,” “Walkaway Joe,” and “How Do I Live.” The Grand Ole Opry member won back-to-back Country Music Awards as Female Vocalist of the Year in 1997 and 1998 and has been honored with three Grammy Awards.
She has performed at the Olympic Summer Games, at the White House for President Bill Clinton’s inauguration, has performed with Pavarotti in Italy, sang the National Anthem at both the 2007 World Series and the Daytona 500 in 2008, just to name a few distinctions.
Celebrating her achievements as a performer and author, while revealing her down to earth nature, sense of humor and commitment to family,Trisha was featured on the covers of both Redbook in September 2008 and Good Housekeeping in September 2009. Trisha Yearwood is the national spokesperson for Campbell’s Labels For Education Program in partnership with the GRAMMY Foundation.