Reba is about to become grandma once again. Kelly posted on twitter/facebook that she and Brandon are excepting first child together. Congrats to the two and the family for the blessing!
I'm pregnant!!! Brandon and I are so excited! Best early Christmas present ever
— Kelly Clarkson (@kelly_clarkson) November 19, 2013
A host of major music stars contribute tasty recipes and fond food recollections to the new celebrity cookbook with portions of proceeds going to charity, BLESS THIS TABLE by Teri Diamond and Jaymes Foster.
BLESS THIS TABLE contains recipes such as Josh Groban’s Christmas breakfast, Celine Dion’s stuffed vine leaves, Donna Summer’s “High Octane Salad” and more.
Other celebrities featured in the cookbook include Quincy Jones, Reba McEntire, Melissa Manchester, Rita Wilson, Andrea Bocelli and many more.
The official description of BLESS THIS TABLE is as follows: “The focus of this book is the importance of family dinners and what a nurturing tradition it is to prepare a special meal for those you love. Sharing food and conversation around the dining table with your family creates magical memories that will help you grow as a family and stay in your hearts forever. It is an important tradition that you can hand down from generation to generation. This book contains treasured family recipes from celebrities’ personal lives that have special meaning to them. They have been generous to share these delicious meals with us which they prepare for their own families. Many of the recipes have been passed down from previous generations. Bless This Table is a celebration of family meals throughout the world. From Michael Bublé’s grandmother’s Italian feast to Celine Dion’s mother in-law’s Middle Eastern treats to Wolfgang Puck’s Austrian delights from his mother. Of course, it contains many wonderful dishes from regions of the U.S. including the Pointer Sister’s chicken and dumplings recipe from their mother to Amy Grant’s mother’s cherished chicken salad recipe. Enjoy these special family recipes and memoirs shared by these celebrities. Here’s to wonderful family gatherings in the years to come!”
More information on BLESS THIS TABLE is available at the official site here.
Source: Broadway World
Hey guys! I’ve added stills & screen captures of Reba’s appearances on Who Do You Think You Are from 2011. I will have video clips of the special when I get the video vault set up. Stay tune and visit the site for more updates! Thanks!
An all-star lineup has been unveiled for the 5th Anniversary Bayou Country Superfest, set to take place May 23, 24 and 25, 2014.
George Strait, Luke Bryan, Jason Aldean, Reba McEntire, Eric Church, Florida Georgia Line, Hunter Hayes, Joe Nichols, Gloriana, Easton Corbin, Big & Rich, Chris Young and Lee Brice are just a few of the stars scheduled to take the stage at the festival, which will be held at LSU Tiger Stadium in Baton Rouge.
“This lineup means one thing: the 2014 Bayou Country Superfest promises to be the best ever,” notes East Baton Rouge Parish mayor-president Melvin L. “Kip” Holden. “Three incredible days and nights of superstar entertainment and Louisiana will say farewell to the King of Country, George Strait, right here in Tiger Stadium. Make plans now to spend Memorial Day weekend in Baton Rouge, because it doesn’t get better than this.”
Three-day festival ticket packages, as well as traditional Saturday/Sunday-only packages and single-day George Strait/Reba tickets go on sale Tuesday, Nov. 5, at 10 a.m. CT.
Reserved festival parking will also go on sale that same day. Single-day tickets for May 24 and 25 will go on sale in the coming weeks. Special stage-front, standing-room tickets in an area called the Golden Horseshoe will be available for Saturday, May 24, and Sunday, May 25, only. Friday, May 23, will feature the Golden Circle, a seated area directly in front of the stage within the first 10 rows.
Ticket prices vary in range, starting at $45, and go up to $250 for premiere seating. For more information on ticket packages or single-day passes, visit bayoucountrysuperfest.com
Source: Country Weekly
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