Real Georgia Peach: Trisha Yearwood
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Okay y’all now listen up. And listen good. And I hope you selected the Text to Speech Voice in your mobile phone that is neither American nor British nor Australian on account of this being heard best in a true southern drawl. Does your phone have southern drawl on it? If not — too bad. Because we are about to launch into a discourse about a talented singer. A country singer who is as Georgia as peach cobbler. She is more Georgia than moonlight over them there swamps. We are fixin to speak about one talented pretty lady known as Trisha Yearwood. Since she also acts, Trisha Yearwood is actually a triple threat having acted both on TV and in Major Motion Pictures. And of course everyone knows that Trisha Yearwood is a country singer extraordinaire. In her day job, Yearwood has sold more than 15 million albums worldwide, and has won three Grammy Awards, three Country Music Association Awards, and two Academy of Country Music Awards.
Yearwood rose to fame in 1991 with her debut single "She's in Love with the Boy”, followed by hits, "How Do I Live”, "Walkaway Joe", and "I Would've Loved You Anyway”. But do they know the triple threat is that the Georgia Farmer’s Daughter is also a diva in the kitchen?
Trisha, and I call her Trisha because we are friends, loves to cook up classic southern dishes like candied lemon slices and of course, Georgia Peach Cobbler. Yearwood has so much fun with cooking she has ventured into the culinary arts writing and releasing three successful cookbooks. Since she does everything good these books earned her the status of two-time New York Times best-selling author.
She does love to make cakes though and to many of her cooking fans, cakes and Peach Pies are this diva’s forte.
And what about this person Garth? Well fellow country star Garth Brooks is her biggest fan on stage and in the kitchen. Garth Brooks is her third Husband. According to Yahoo news, Ask Garth and her three stepdaughters what her signature dish is though, and they'll reply with something totally ordinary: mashed potatoes. "That was the thing I think that really won them over when I first moved to Oklahoma," she shared. “The kids were like, 'Okay, this girl can marry our dad because she makes really good mashed potatoes!’"
But what about Garth? Can he cook? Mostly sandwiches it turns out. So no. But that’s fine cause maybe it's best for us to skip a meal. Ain’t that right, my fellow Georgia Peaches?
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