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In this New York Times bestseller, the country music superstar, Food Network standout, and bestselling author shows how delicious and wholesome dishes are part of a balanced lifestyle.
Trisha Yearwood is as much a force in the kitchen as she is on stage. But after years of enjoying decadent Southern comfort food, her culinary philosophy is evolving. As Trisha says, “I have adopted an 80/20 rule: 80 percent of the time I make good choices; 20 percent of the time I let myself splurge a little.”
Whether surprisingly virtuous or just a little bit sinful, the recipes in Trisha’s Table all bring that unmistakable authenticity you’ve come to love from Trisha. You’ll find brand-new dishes emblematic of the variety and balance Trisha champions. They skimp on anything but flavor, including dairy-free Angel Hair Pasta with Avocado Pesto, low-calorie Billie’s Houdini Chicken Salad, vegetarian Smashed Sweet Pea Burgers, and tasty, high-protein Edamame Parmesan, alongside too-good-to-give-up family favorites, such as Slow Cooker Georgia Pulled-Pork Barbecue, Chicken Tortilla Casserole, Snappy Pear-Cranberry Crumble, and Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Balls.
Trisha wants to feed her loved ones—and yours, too—food that tastes good and food that’s good for you. So pull up a seat at Trisha’s Table and dig in!
In an increasingly health-conscious world, even celebrity cookbooks must adapt and offer wholesome recipes, and in this third volume from Grammy-winning country singer Yearwood, the emphasis is squarely on lighter options. Yearwood herself notes she's not a nutritionist, but this collection relies more heavily on fresh produce and less sugar. That means some requisite trendy blog favorites like kale chips, raw power balls, and quinoa burgers. Some alternatives show more invention, like a sweet potato salad with Greek yogurt and angel-hair pasta with avocado pesto, and she takes a decidedly more contemporary approach than in her previous books. There are plenty of full-on indulgences for her "20 percent" days: cinnamon orange rolls, slow-cooker Georgia pulled pork, and key lime cheesecake with raspberry sauce. Yearwood's relatable personality and down-to-earth culinary sensibility make for positive encouragement she won't force you to rid your pantry of gluten, but she will gently advise you to try tofu in place of cheese in your lasagna. This is a solid offering that can add variety to the home repertoire. Color photos.