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MIRANDA AND HOLLY BRING THE HEAT
4/26/23

Country star Miranda Lambert is bringing the heat to fans’ kitchens with her first-ever cookbook, Y'all Eat Yet?: Welcome to the Pretty B*tchin' Kitchen.

Co-written by HITSHolly Gleason, the book—which features 50 recipes inspired by the important women in Lambert’s life including mother Bev and grandmother Wanda—hit shelves on 4/25, topping Amazon’s celebrity cookbooks chart and reaching #2 on its overall bestsellers list.

Lambert credited Gleason for "making sense of my stories and my redneck way of telling them" during a stop at Late Night With Seth Meyers. The singer-songwriter has also appeared on CBS This Morning and Kelly + Mark and is slated to visit the sets of Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen on 5/1 and Who’s Talking to Chris Wallace? on 5/5.

“I was blessed to be raised by two generations of hell-raising, hardworking women who knew how to make people feel good," said Lambert, who began work on the project in 2020. "This is a look into our lives and the food we’ve made along the way."

Lambert will sign copies of Ya’ll Eat Yet? at The Grove in L.A. on Friday, 4/28. Fans can order it here.

In related news, toast is supposed to be burned, right?