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Trisha's Table: My Feel-Good Favorites for a Balanced Life Hardcover – March 31, 2015
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I love to cook. I am always looking for great new cookbooks to add to my collection. Do you have a favorite cookbook? I am also always looking for cookbooks that will help make planning meals for the entire family easier. Trisha's Table is a great cookbook to have in your collection. This book is written by Trisha Yearwood with Beth Yearwood Bernard. The forword is written by Garth Brooks. The book includes feel good type meals. These are satisfying meals that my family fell in love with.
This cookbook includes a variety of recipes. These are comfort foods. Did you know that Trisha has an 80/20 rule? This means that she eats healthy 80% of the time, but 20% of the time she splurges. I agree with this. I think that you need to eat healthy for the most part, but you need to also enjoy food. Trisha spent years enjoying Southern style food.
This cookbook is easy to read. I really like the way that it is organized. It is easy to find exactly what you are looking for in the cookbook. Trisha's Table is broken down into sections. Some of these sections include breakfast, snacks and appetizers, beef and pork, pasta, and more. I like that the main dishes are broken down into a specific kind of meat. This makes it easy to find a specific kind of recipe.
Snacks and Appetizers
Some of these great recipes include Garths Taco Pizza, Kale Chips, Unfried Pickles and more. What would you want to try? I fell in love with the Garth's Taco Pizza recipe. Yum! This could be served as a snack or appetizer, but my kids really like it as a fun weeknight meal. You could even use this to put a neat spin on Taco Tuesday. This recipe consists of pizza crust that is topped with tasty taco toppings.Read more ›
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This particular cookbook features many food items true to her roots. Each recipe begins with a little memory or tribute. I love knowing the background of her recipe choices. This book also focuses on some healthier options for those southern favorites. She suggests just making a few ingredient switches to obtain a more balanced life.
The hardback, glossy paged book is beautiful. I love the redish orange color of the hardback book and will probably display it without the dust jacket. There are plenty of pictures of the food and lots of helpful tips and suggestions throughout.
I appreciate recipes that are easy to follow as well as delicious. I also love that her ingredient choices are found at regular grocery stores. This book is a keeper! And, the pie was delicious and super easy.
I received this book from Blogging for Books in exchange for an honest review.
Trisha has divided this cookbook up into nine categories. Breakfast, Snacks & Appetizers, Soups & Salads, Beef & Pork, Chicken Turkey & Fish, Pasta, Sides, Cakes Cupcakes & Pies AND Cookies brownies bars & more.
Let me start with the writing. Trisha does a fabulous job writing about, and sharing with everyone her family memories and family history. I love a cookbook that produces more than just great recipes. I want stories – history – memories…and this book gave me everything.
The photographs are amazing (as usual in Trisha’ books) and make you want to literally dive into the pictures and start eating.
Now – to the recipes – fabulous! Like I said – over half “lightened up” recipe versions (lightened up but still tasty – believe me when I say this…) and the other recipes – full of fat, flavor and sugar! ;) Delicious, and expected in a delightful way… and I love them.
The first recipe I tried was the “Cinnamon Orange Rolls” (page 19). I made them for some family members – and they loved them! I’m not the biggest fan of orange cinnamon rolls, but I really enjoyed these. The glaze wasn’t overpowering (as many are), and the rolls came out tender and delicious in the middle.
“Hummingbird Pancakes” (page 25) were also a favorite of my Grandma. She LOVES hummingbird cake – and this recipe takes that basic recipe, and morphs them into the most flavorful pancakes you could ever imagine.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have really enjoyed using this cookbook and all the recipes I have tried were so good. Reminded me of my mother's cooking in years long ago. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Patricia L.
I TRULY ENJOY WATCHING HER SHOW AND HAVE BOUGHT EACH ONE OF HER BOOKS!!Published 15 days ago by LadyRa
This cookbook has some of her newer recipes - I'm anxious to try them. Good plain, easy home cooking. So glad this cookbook was available on Amazon !!Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer