10 Things You Didn’t Know About Trisha Yearwood

For a self-professed "chick singer who cooks," Trisha Yearwood has been more than successful — much more. She's on her fourth season of hosting Trisha’s Southern Kitchen, and, after two best-selling cookbooks, she's back in the kitchen working on another. Yet despite her double dose of fame (and hig...
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    For a self-professed "chick singer who cooks," Trisha Yearwood has been more than successful — much more. She's on her fourth season of hosting Trisha’s Southern Kitchen, and, after two best-selling cookbooks, she's back in the kitchen working on another. Yet despite her double dose of fame (and high-profile marriage to Garth Brooks), the Georgia native is as grounded as ever, evinced by her answer-any-question demo at this year's New York City Wine & Food Festival. Here, our top takeaways from her event: 1. The slow cooker is her secret weapon. "I'm all about easy. If it's hard to do, I pretty much won't do it," she says. "I grew up making stuff in the Crock-Pot. Things like chili, stews or soups — anything that could cook all day long." Lately, one of her favorite ways to use it is for turtle candy. "Making dessert in the slow cooker is the coolest thing ever and it's super, super simple," she says. 2. She's a huge Kelly Clarkson fan. It's all about the big voice for Trish

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