Trisha Yearwood is one of the highest-selling female artists in country music, and now also a two-time New York Times bestselling cookbook author. She collaborated with her mom Gwen and sister Beth on two successful cookbooks full of anecdotes, family recipes, and photos from the Yearwood clan. The first was Georgia Cooking in an Oklahoma Kitchen, which debuted on The New York Times bestseller list in April 2008, and the second was Home Cooking With Trisha Yearwood, featuring heartwarming stories and hearty comfort food recipes.
Despite a million ways to serve your spuds, one dish reigns supreme: mashed potatoes.
Mashed potatoes are one of my favorite foods, because it's so simple, and is such great comfort food.
If you find yourself in the Big Apple with a big appetite, this Italian joint is the place for you.
La Mela in NYC. It's one of the very first restaurants I was taken to when I first visited New York almost 20 years ago. I love the family atmosphere, and the food is amazing. Be really hungry if you eat there!
No one beats the Barefoot Contessa in the kitchen thanks to her attainable and amazing recipes.
Other than mine? I don't really have a favorite, but I do love books that promote simple cooking, like my own. I like the Barefoot Contessa books because the recipes feel like I can do them. I also am a big fan of local church cookbooks. You get some of the best recipes from them.
Simply said: There’s no place like home!
Mama's house. It's the best food on the planet!