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Miranda Lambert was not high on the list of country stars I expected to write a cookbook. Venturing into lifestyle and culinary publications is almost a rite of passage for the female musicians of Nashville: Martina McBride has two, Dolly Parton is working on her third, and Loretta Lynn’s You’re Cooking it Country is legendary. Trisha Yearwood, with four books and a Food Network show, is almost as famous for her cooking at this point as she is for her music. But the singer of hits like “Gunpowder & Lead,” “Mama’s Broken Heart,” and “If I Was a Cowboy” always struck me as a bit more sequins and bourbon than aprons and biscuits. Fitting, then, that Y’all Eat Yet? Welcome to the Pretty B*tchin’ Kitchen,…
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