Lorrie Morgan has released a new cookbook, a collection of her favorite recipes.
The collection, titled To Eat Or Not To Eat. That Is The Question., will also include stories from Morgan’s life and career on the road and never before seen photos.
“Of all the recipes I’ve ever made, from southern classics passed down from my family to favorite dishes I’ve experienced while traveling the world, I’ve pulled together some of my absolute faves,” Morgan says. “Remember to always sprinkle with a little bit of love.”
Earlier this year, she opened a restaurant and bar in Panama City Beach, Florida, named Lorrie Morgan’s Spicy Hot Chicken Coop. The restaurant brings traditional Nashville hot chicken to the Gulf Coast, while the menu also includes fried okra, slaw and potato salad, sandwiches, hamburgers and more.
Morgan, known for hits including “Five Minutes,” “What Part Of No,” “Something In Red,” and “Watch Me,” has sold more than 6 million albums. She remains the youngest artist ever to become a member of the Grand Ole Opry (at age 24).
In 2013, she teamed with fellow Opry star Pam Tillis for the album Dos Divas and the 2017 followup Come See Me and Come Lonely, as well as the joint tour, the Grits & Glamour Tour.
Morgan’s recent albums include A Picture of Me: Greatest Hits & More (2016) and Lorrie Morgan Live (2017).
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