Miranda Lambert’s new cookbook: A collection of recipes and stories from her ‘pretty bitchin’ kitchen’

Miranda Lambert’s new cookbook: A collection of recipes and stories from her ‘pretty bitchin’ kitchen’



Miranda Lambert, the Grammy Award-winning country singer-songwriter, is adding another title to her resume: cookbook author. Lambert announced on her website that she will release her first book, titled Miranda Lambert’s Pretty Bitchin’ Kitchen: Favorite Recipes and Stories from My Home to Yours, on November 14, 2023. The book will feature more than 100 recipes and stories from Lambert’s life, ranging from her Texas roots to her Nashville home, and from her tour bus to her farm. Lambert said that cooking has always been a passion of hers and that she wanted to share her love of food and family with her fans. She also said that the book reflects her personality and style, which she described as “pretty bitchin’”.

The book is available for pre-order now on Lambert’s website and other online retailers. Fans who pre-order the book will also receive a digital download of a new song by Lambert, titled “Pretty Bitchin‘”, which she wrote as a tribute to her cookbook. The song will be released on October 31, 2023, as a Halloween treat for her fans.

About Miranda Lambert

Miranda Lambert, the country music superstar, has won her third Grammy Award for Best Country Album for her seventh studio album, Wildcard. The album, released on November 1, 2019, features 14 tracks that showcase Lambert’s versatility and creativity as a singer and songwriter. The album includes the hit singles “It All Comes Out in Wash“, “Bluebird“, “Settling Down” and “How Dare You Love“. Lambert said that the album was inspired by her personal and professional growth and that she wanted to explore new sounds and styles. She also said that the album was a reflection of her current state of mind, which she described as “wildcard“.

Lambert accepted the award at the 64th Grammy Awards ceremony on February 13, 2023, in Los Angeles. She thanked her fans, her family, her husband Brendan McLoughlin, her producer Jay Joyce, and her fellow nominees. She also dedicated the award to her late friend and collaborator, songwriter Busbee, who passed away in 2019. Lambert said that Busbee was a big part of her album and that she missed him every day. She also said that she was proud to be a part of the country music community and that she hoped to keep making music that resonated with people.