Trisha Yearwood has been a country music star since the early 1990s, and more recently she has been writing cookbooks and hosting Trisha’s Southern Kitchen on the Food Network. Now, Trisha’s Table is the latest addition to the Ridley High School Library’s cookbook section!
In her Introduction, Trisha describes her style of cooking as “a bridge between southern classics and the way the New South eats.” That is, traditional southern comfort foods with a healthy twist. According to Trisha, if you make healthy choices 80% of the time, you can afford to splurge on your favorites 20% of the time. And you’ll definitely find some new favorites in this collection of recipes for breakfast, snacks, soups, meat dishes, pasta, and desserts.
I can’t wait to try the Edamame Parmesan, Quinoa Corn Chowder with Shrimp, and Spinach Frittata. Power Balls with oats, peanut butter, honey, cranberries, and chocolate chips are also going to turn up in my lunchbox before long! Even if you are not a Trisha Yearwood fan yet, you will love this cookbook and her easy-to-follow instructions (the beautiful photographs show you just how the food will turn out, too). Check it out from the library today!