01:12 AM EDT 12/03/2013
Originally posted 11/30/2013 11:45AM
Both on- and offstage, Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood are in perfect harmony.
Brooks, 51, stopped by The Ellen DeGeneres Show Friday to chat about his wife of eight years, with whom he recorded a remake of "After the Fire Is Gone" – one of a handful of songs featured on his new box set, which just hit stores.
During the sit-down, the country crooner recounted first meeting Yearwood back in 1987 – he was already married to his college love Sandy Mahl then – and according to Brooks, his connection with Yearwood was immediate.
Originally posted 04/17/2013 08:00AM
When it comes to diets, country superstar Trisha Yearwood has been there, done that.
"I don't think you can name one diet I haven't done. I'm that girl who buys every magazine where somebody's lost 30 lbs.," the Grammy-winning singer tells PEOPLE in this week's cover story.
"I guess a part of me didn't want to hear that it's just really hard work!"
Lately, however, her hard work has paid off. Yearwood, 48, is now showing off her brand new body after dropping 30 lbs. in the past four months.
Originally posted 02/13/2013 03:15PM
Sometimes, the best part of a brunch is a stiff, eye-opening drink – and country star-turned-celebrity chef Trisha Yearwood has concocted a sweet cocktail that's perfect for any weekend afternoon meal: her Belvedere Lemon Tea Lemonade.
Yearwood, who's written the cookbooks Home Cooking with Trisha Yearwood and Trisha Yearwood and Georgia Cooking in an Oklahoma Kitchen, will share her libation at the South Beach Wine and Food Festival on Feb. 24 in Miami, but you can make your own at home this weekend. Here's how:
Originally posted 03/08/2012 12:10PM
Watch out, Paula Deen: there's a new Southern chef in the kitchen.
Country star Trisha Yearwood has a new cooking show, Trisha's Southern Kitchen, which will debut this spring on the Food Network (April 14, 10:30 p.m. ET).
Shot in Nashville, the series will take viewers into Yearwood's kitchen as she serves up traditional dishes from her childhood, provides tips on lightening up standard Southern dishes and entertains friends and family, according to a Food Network release. The Grammy-Award winner will also share her techniques for whipping up some of her favorite recipes, such as Daddy's Barbecued Chicken and Uncle Wilson's Famous Baked Onions.
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