Tricia Yearwood & Garth Brooks Are Mac & Cheese Freaks!

Wed, March 17, 2010 5:45pm EST by 1 Comment
Courtesy of Redbook

Courtesy of Redbook

Wow, it sounds like Tricia Yearwood and Garth Brooks‘ lives really revolve around food! And one cheesy noodle dish in particular.

Tricia tells Redbook magazine, “[Garth] jokes how, when he first got divorced and moved to Oklahoma and had the girls every other day, the three of them ate a lot of boxed macaroni and cheese and chicken tenders.” But now, “He is really an experimental cook. He came up with this breakfast bowl, but it’s not really a recipe. It’s more like a bunch of really great things thrown into a bowl.”

But, she and her husband of nearly five years sure make a good pair! Tricia says, “I love cheese and I love cheese in everything. Macaroni and cheese is probably one of my favorite things in the world. I don’t care if it’s from a box or a school cafeteria.” OK! We get it!  But … that’s not all.

“In [Home Cooking With Tricia Yearwood], I’ve included a Crock-Pot recipe for mac and cheese that is one of the best things in the whole world. I can’t make it that often, because I will eat the entire thing. But my motto’s always been, Everything in moderation – including moderation.”

We guess everything … except for Macaroni & Cheese!

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Myra Hendricks

Posted at 2:10 PM on November 11, 2010  

I would like to have Tricia Yearwood’s mom’s recipe of how to cook a turkey. How could I go about getting it?

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