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Trisha Yearwood cooking a steak.

Trisha (with nephews Bret and Kyle): “Garth has often said that two people can follow the same recipe, but the person who makes it with love will really make it taste different.”
Photo by Ben Fink


Trisha Yearwood’s personal theme song seems to be “Do It All — with Love and Maybe a Great Sauce.” As much of a force in the kitchen as she is on stage, Trisha shares healthy twists on homestyle Southern favorites (along with a smattering of indulgences) in her newest book, Trisha’s Table: My Feel-Good Favorites for a Balanced Life. The balanced life she cooks up for herself and husband, Garth Brooks, includes their recent concert tour together that broke ticket-sale records across the country. Trisha’s a country superstar on her own with more than 15 million albums sold worldwide and a shelf full of awards, but her family is still the main course. Her sister, Beth, co-wrote Trisha’s Table and is a big part of Trisha’s Southern Kitchen on the Food Network. Trisha calls herself a “bonus mom” to Garth’s three daughters and, despite her mega-star status, makes the rest of us feel like she’s inviting us over for a good meal and a great talk.

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