Trisha's Table by Trisha Yearwood

Trisha's Table

NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLERCountry music superstar, Food Network standout, and bestselling cookbook author Trisha Yearwood shows how delicious foods and wholesome dishes are part of the same 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 ti...

Details Trisha's Table

TitleTrisha's Table
Release DateMar 31st, 2015
PublisherClarkson Potter
GenreFood and Drink, Cookbooks, Cooking, Nonfiction

Reviews Trisha's Table

  • Shelby *trains flying monkeys*
    I have Trisha Yearwood's other cookbooks and I think I much prefer them to this one. It states that this is a lower calorie way to explore the mantra of 80/20, which means you eat healthy 80% of the time and splurge some the other 20%. I'm not seeing that. I'd eat the dang cheesecake in a heartbeat.Not that the recipes are bad. Her recipes are always easily followed and the images throughout the cookbook are gorgeous. It just didn't seem to be w...
  • Tammy G.
    I'm not a country music fan. But I do like a good cookbook. And trisha's table, featuring Trisha Yearwood who also happens to be married to Garth Brooks, is a wonderful mouth watering cookbook.Southern comfort food at its best. Now I'm from the South and a southern cook is always looking for a great dish to serve her family and friends.But what I like most about this cookbook are the low calorie, on the mayo recipes. And the beautifu...
  • Kathryn
    Trisha's is just lovely and I so enjoy her notes throughout the book. I'm not sure there are tons of lighter recipes in this particular cookbook, but the Boston Cream Pie recipe definitely caught my eye.
  • Tinisha
    Yummy! Four Stars! You always want great pictures in your cookbook and this book does not disappoint. The pictures of the recipes are great. The only drawback is that there is not a picture of each recipe. The recipes are easy to follow and the ingredients you can find at your local grocery store. I also liked the stories regarding each recipe, they bring home the Trisha Yearwood that we see on TV and have come to love. This cookbook would make a...
  • Pattie Tierney
    The first thing I do when I get a new cookbook is to flip through it checking for pictures and to get an overall feel of the book. This delightful addition to Trisha Yearwood's offerings is bursting with color. The photos are mouthwatering, vivid, and plentiful. Reading the book and Yearwood's stories give you a cozy feeling, like sipping lemonade on a warm summer's day. Down home stories and remembrances precede each recipe. Clearly Yearwood and...
  • Naomi
    a good cookbook. Not as great as her first one. I ended up purchasing that one. This one I was able to grab two handfuls of recipes from that I will add to my collection.
  • Amy
    This is my first Trisha Yearwood cookbook. I really enjoy her show on the Food Network so I was eager to check this out. Overall, this is a good cookbook, not great but quite good. The book itself is constructed very well - the photos are fantastic as is the design. I do wish every recipe had a photo but most of them do in this cookbook. The quality is high on the production of this cookbook. It looks and feels great.Although there were quite a f...
  • Clinton Senior
    We enjoyed the book. All recipes were delicious. But we did have some reasons on why the book did not get 5 stars from us. First this was not a weight loss or a weight control book. Second there were a lot of mistakes in the editing of this book. Some recipes were cooked to long while some were still raw in the time required. All recipes were a hit though they included the chicken enchiladas, cranberry apple crunch, cornbread chili casserole, mus...
  • Tina
    This is a good cookbook! I like the stories she relates about her family. The photos of her grandmother, parents and sisters are great additions to the recipes and the story that accompanies them. The apple pie recipe is certainly on my list of things to make from this book. There are healthy options for the traditional southern food such as oven fried chicken instead of frying in oil. Lots of tips and established recipes you will love. I also li...
  • Kimberly
    Trisha Yearwood is a country-western star and she has a cooking show. Now she has decided to share some of her Southern comfort food with others. In this book she shows how to follow her philosophy of making good choices 80 % of the time and splurging 20%.This book is filled with her view of some wonderful recipes. Included is a Houdini Chicken Salad, Edamame Parmesan, Slow Cooker Georgia Pulled-Pork Barbecue, along with some tasty sweets like ch...
  • JoJo Sutis
    Fantastic cookbook!!!I LOVE that Trisha balances healthy foods with the down-home delicious favorites we all enjoy. Her 80/20 approach to cooking and eating is very practical. The recipes are not complicated and are all foods my family and I will enjoy.(Dont you just hate those cookbooks that list a million ingredients most of which you havent even heard of!) Im so glad I dont have to have any special skills with these easy to follow instructions...
  • Heidi Pepin
    I wish that some nutritional information was included. A few recipes looked great, most looked easy to make, but few jumped out at me as "must make" recipes. I like the candor from the author and how you can see that the traditional heavy recipes have been lightened up, but sometimes I just felt like the substitutions were simple, ideas I could have come up with on my own, such as ground turkey for ground beef. Still, there are a few recipes I'm ...
  • Jeanette Hurrelbrink
    Trisha's Table. Trisha Yearwood's newest cookbook.I enjoy Trisha's cookbooks because they are filled with recipes that are just plain down home cooking! She has a way of making cooking easy. I am looking forward to trying many of the recipes in this cookbook.
  • Michele
    LOVE. THIS! Really great sounding recipes that are uncomplicated with easy to find ingredients. Add the personal photos and the anecdotes and you have yourself a winner! (I received a complimentary copy to review from San Diego Book Review).
  • Megan
    was not bowled over by this one (though to be honest, i only really love ina garten and rachael ray books from the fn empire). the pork, apricot, rosemary and garlic skewers, as well as the pound cake with apple, pear and plum compote, sound amazing though, so those might have to happen.
  • Patty Barr
    I enjoyed reading the stories about each recipe. Trisha seems to be a down-to-earth and warm person with a good sense of humor. I tried the chickless pot pie recipe for a vegan potluck, and everyone loved it!
  • Lori
    Love the cookbook and the recipes. Keep em coming!
  • Donna Hicks
    Feel good is rightI think this book is as good as her others - no, it's comforting, doable and lighter. Definitely a winner. The anecdotes are almost as good as the recipes.
  • Onceinabluemoon
    Think she is great, just not my tastes<
  • LemontreeLime
    Several great sounding recipes I'll have to try!
  • Gail
    Being from the South, I love a good cookbook, not her best. But I enjoy reading and seeing what Trisha, feeds her family. If you enjoy cooking than this is a book to check out.
  • Hilary
    Pretty average cookbook. I really didn't find much new in it.
  • Theresa Spencer
    I love Miss Trisha!
  • Amy
    It's rare I pick up a cookbook and immediately make several things in it. Yummy and easy... that's my kind of cookbook. I especially enjoyed the raspberry chicken.
  • Julie
    There were a lot of good recipes in this book. I will think about purchasing it.
  • Leigh
    Ordinarily, I avoid celebrity cookbooks. However, this one has some really tempting recipes in it. Ignore the cutesy prose and just focus on the recipes.
  • Lbaker
    A lot of these look good, but aren't the kind of thing that I cook.I liked this book, didn't love it. Maybe I'll read it again when I'm in a more receptive mood.
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  • Kris
    Every recipe I've tried thus far have turned out really well. I am in love with the Houdini chicken salad and the pulled pork recipes, yum!
  • Faye
    This was a really fun cookbook. The pictures are fantastic. The recipes sound usable and the tips she gives made me feel like she was talking to me. .