To country music icon Martina McBride, cooking and singing aren’t all that different. “When I make something delicious, I want to share it, which is a lot like sharing my music with an audience,” she says. “Cooking is my love language.”
[dropshadowbox align=”none” effect=”lifted-both” width=”auto” height=”” background_color=”#ffffff” border_width=”1″ border_color=”#dddddd” ]In this last season of “America’s Got Talent” I gained a new appreciation for Martina McBride. She was way more real and down to earth than I had ever expected. If her cooking is anything like her personality then the recipes will be classy and pleasing yet simple to prepare. [/dropshadowbox]
With her new cookbook Martina’s Kitchen Mix: My Recipe Playlist for Real Life (Oxmoor House, October 30, 2018, $30), you’ll find your own invitation to step inside Martina’s kitchen and sample more than 150 of her favorite dishes.
Whip up her favorite Weekend Brunch menu, serving Cheddar Biscuits with Bacon (page 25), Baked French Toast with Pecan Crumble and Blackberry-Maple Syrup (page 32), and a Sparkling Grapefruit Mimosa (page 57). Say “cheers” to happy hour with a Blackberry-Lemon Gin & Tonic (page 40) while enjoying Whipped Feta Crostini with Roasted Garlic Tomatoes and Fresh Herbs (page 43) and Baked Olive Cheese Dip (page 78).
Make memories during dinner while noshing on Chicken Braised in Sun-Dried Tomato Cream Sauce (page 166) and Smashed New Potatoes with Lemon (page 189). And when it’s time to indulge, go for Fresh Apple Cake with Homemade Caramel Sauce (page 222) or No-Bake Peanut Butter-Chocolate Cookies (page 232).
With Martina’s Kitchen Mix, you’ll create your own delicious memories with family and friends as you toast to real life.
Interested in getting a signed copy of Martina’s new cookbook? Check out these book tour dates –