Friday, November 20, 2009

Trisha Yearwood Cookbook Review

If you are looking for a great cookbook as a gift for your favorite cook this Christmas, here is another one of my favorites. Trisha Yearwood, her mama, and her sister can cook! The recipes are mostly Southern, not too complicated, and absolutely delicious. One example is her Meatloaf. I've never really liked meatloaf, but I decided to try hers, and that was enough to change my mind. It is wonderful!

She has a recipe in here called "Cooked to Death Green Beans". Now I know that may not sound like the most nutritious way to eat green beans, but oh, so good. These are my kind of green beans. Her "Daddy's Biscuits" are wonderful, and even her hubby Garth Brooks has a recipe in there called "Garth's Pasta Salad", which I haven't tried yet, but it looks so good.

She also shares some sweet family stories that make this wonderful cookbook very personal and welcoming. She cooks the way I love to eat, and she makes you want to go have Sunday Supper at her house, or, according to her, even better would be to go to her mama's house and eat to your hearts content. If you get the book, don't forget to try the "Banana Pudding". You'll love it!
Blessings,
Marcia

16 comments:

outdoor.mom said...

mmm.... i will watch for it!! thanks!

Shirley... said...

Sounds like my kind of food!! Yum!

Gloria McQueen Stockstill said...

Marcia, I have GOT to get this cookbook. I have tried to cook meatloaf over the years but never have found a recipe we like. Maybe this one will be it!

Gloria

Tracy said...

Sounds good! I'll have to check it out. :)

Grammy Linda / Behind My Red Door said...

Thank you for stopping by and your sweet comment.

Your family is beautiful! You are indeed blessed!!

LLJ said...

Looks DANGEROUS! Ha! :) I love the new look to your blog!
Leanne

Shelia said...

Hi Marcia! Oh, this sounds like my kind of cookbook, being I'm from Alabama and a real Southern Belle and all! :) Isn't she a pretty gal, too? Good to know she's more than a pretty face and a singer!
Thanks for popping in to see me and how sweet to hear the story of you giving away your precious little pin. What a sweet generous heart you have.
Be a sweetie and have a blessed Thanksgiving.
Shelia ;)

Beverly said...

Hi Marcia. I have heard about this cookbook and now have even more reasons to put it on my wish list. Love your new blog look and thanks so much for visiting my blog and leaving a comment.

heather said...

Hey Marcia, sounds great! I love to cook and especially at this time of year! Have a blessed thanksgiving!

Shirl said...

Hi Marcie, Thank you so much for stopping by and leaving a sweet comment. Love your cute post, what a good book this looks like! Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!
Blessings, Shirl
Shirls Rose Cottage

Mandy in Mayberry said...

Sounds like a great book with my kind of food!

My name is PJ. said...

Hi Marcia, I'm always looking for great cookbooks to add to my husband's collection and this one looks like it may just fit the bill!

Sharon said...

Good Morning Marcia! Your blog looks great :)

Thanks for sharing about this cookbook, I will have to check it out :)

Your kitty looks so sweet!

Have a blessed Thanksgiving!
Love,
Sharon

Manuela@Pleasures of Homemaking said...

Someone else has mentioned that this is a good cookbook. I'll see if I can take a look next time I go to Barnes & Noble.

Manuela

Terri said...

Okay - so Tricia now owes you money!!!! I want this book too now!!! Thanks Marcia!!!!

Susie~From My Home To Yours said...

Hi, so glad you stopped by my blog so I could find yours. This does sound like a great cookbook, and I do so love Tricia.....And, doesn't she look beautiful on the cover of the book? Your children look simply adorable, I know you are so very proud of each of them!
Have a blessed week,
Susie