Book Review: Trisha’s Kitchen

It’s been a while since I reviewed a cookbook. This latest by Trisha Yearwood is really well done and contains a lot of recipes I want to try. I especially loved the family stories that accompanied each recipe.

This is a fabulous cookbook full of original recipes from the multi-talented Trisha Yearwood. The Foreward by her husband Garth Brooks is a treasure, and the recipes are an amazing collection that include just everything under the sun. There’s even a “Veggie Night” section with an amazing recipe for homemade vegetable stock that everyone needs to try.

The desserts are amazing! Potato Chip Bacon Brownies? Hello! Hundred dollar cupcakes are accompanied by a sweet family story.. Princess Cake looks absolutely intriguing.

There is a Preserves, Pickles, Sauces, and Spreads section which includes Chocolate Gravy and Beth’s Peach Preserves. The Breads section includes biscuits, crackers, and yeast bread. Every single recipe in the Chicken, Turkey, and Fish Section looks intriguing. The Beef and Pork Section includes The Party Burger.

I could go on and on. The stories behind each recipe are intriguing and the photos are absolutely gorgeous. This is a must have for anyone who wants to create amazing food served by a friendly host who gives us a glimpse into her life.

I received a free, temporary digital copy of this book from the publishers via Netgalley. However, I also purchased a hardcover copy for myself. This one is not to be missed. My review is voluntary and my opinions are my own. 


Trisha Yearwood

Trisha Yearwood’s spirit shines just as brightly in her cooking as it does in her music. Between receiving numerous GRAMMY®, CMA® and ACM® Awards as a country star, the singer, actress, author, chef, and entrepreneur has delivered three New York Times Bestselling cookbooks. Her hit Food Network series Trisha’s Southern Kitchen garnered an EMMY® Award in the category of “Outstanding Culinary Show.” Now, she unveils what might be her most personal cookbook yet, Trisha’s Kitchen: Easy Comfort Food for Friends and Family, collecting 125 comfort food recipes peppered with family stories and photos.







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