Food Network star Trisha Yearwood is no stranger to the kitchen but while spending time at home during the pandemic, she has branched out from her typical cooking. Stepping out of her comfort zone during this time has been the inspiration for her upcoming cookbook Trisha’s Kitchen, which is set to hit shelves this fall.
In a recent interview with PEOPLE, Trisha talked about her upcoming cookbook and some of the foods that got her through the tumultuous year of 2020. She told the outlet that at the beginning of the pandemic, she knew she could make meals with what she had on hand in her home without needing frequent grocery store runs. Items like frozen ground beef, steaks, pizzas, pasta, and canned sauces are some of the staples Trisha always keeps in her kitchen.
Her upcoming cookbook is set to hit shelves on September 28 and will feature all-new recipes, many of which were thought up during lockdown. They use simple steps and ingredients and feature family stories about why the meals are important. In fact, some of the meals that will be featured in Trisha’s Kitchen were inspired by her husband Garth Brooks’ favorite foods.
A breakfast burger featuring maple hot butter and a French toast bun with a side of hashbrowns is one of the recipes that is totally Garth approved. Another featured recipe, appropriately named Garth’s Teriyaki Bowl, is a twist on Garth’s favorite meal to order out at his and Trisha’s favorite sushi spot. You can preorder Trisha’s Kitchen online right now for $30.
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