Miranda Lambert can add New York Times Best Selling author to the list of accomplishments as Y’all Eat Yet? Welcome to the Pretty B*tchin’ Kitchen lands at No. 3 on the paper’s How To, Advice & Miscellaneous Books list.

Miranda shared a video with her fans today (5/4) expressing her excitement. She said, “OMG y’all! I just got a call from my publishers that Y’ALL EAT YET? Welcome to the Pretty B*tchin’ Kitchen is No. 3 on the New York Times Best Selling list. I can’t actually believe that. I’m so grateful and just – I can’t believe it. It’s for my Nonny in Heaven. She’s partying tonight; I know it.”

She added, “And I’m just beside myself that people would want to hear our stories and join our sisterhood. This is crazy. So, thanks to everybody who bought it and who is reading it. I love y’all – welcome to the tribe!”

See that Instagram post here.

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The book, co-written with veteran music critic Holly Gleason, merges memoir with a cookbook to celebrate multi-generational female friendship and the way those relationships empower people, especially women, to savor the good times, survive the struggle and laugh when the going gets tough. Tracing her journey from childhood to superstardom, Lambert marks the moments with recipes that include Whiskey Cupcakes, French Toast Casserole, Heidi’s Spiced Hot Crackers, Bev’s Chicken Salad, Nonny’s Banana Pudding, and “the one thing that’ll get the ring,” The Loaf.

Lambert said when the book came out, “I think everybody’s life is marked by those delicious flavors of what you ate during special times. The memories, the stories, and the things you eat kind of mingle together, or maybe the meals and the snacks are the things that you can go back to that make the memories come back to life.”

She added, “I just know: there’s an awful lot of love in Neicy’s gumbo, Vicki’s deviled eggs, my Dad’s green beans, Nonny’s tuna salad. You take a bite, and it all comes rushing back. In a world that moves so fast, where we’re often just trying to keep up with ourselves, the power of sitting down to something made by hand – often while you’re sitting around a table of people you love – is a superpower we forget.”

Five Country Superstars Who Are Not Opry Members

  • Tim McGraw

    Tim made his Grand Ole Opry debut in December 2003. After that, he played it a few times, but never that much, and now he doesn’t play the Grand Ole Opry at all. Not sure why.

  • Faith Hill

    Faith played the Opry in the late 1990s when her career started to hit. She didn’t play the Opry stage much after that.

  • George Strait

    George Strait
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    George played the Grand Ole Opry show once, his debut performance on the stage in October of 1982. That was the first and last time, and no one really knows why. There is a theory that he could not make the Opry commitment to play the stage very much because he never lived in Nashville; he has always resided in Texas.

  • Miranda Lambert

    Miranda played the Grand Ole Opry several times in her career, and some of her most recent performances on the Opry stage were in 2014 with then-husband Blake Shelton and in 2015 and 2016. She does not play it often now, and in 2015, she told me when asked about the Grand Ole Opry and someday becoming a member, “It’s sort of something I don’t talk about or have never asked or say that out loud. It was always a big deal to Blake, so that was something we always talked about, and he became a member, but I’d never really set it out for myself.” She added, “It wasn’t on my radar before because I focused on that for him, but I would definitely never say no to being a member of the Grand Ole Opry.”

  • Kenny Chesney

    Kenny Chesney
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    Kenny made his Opry debut in 1996. He has been on the Opry stage a handful of times and once when he paid tribute to George Jones singing his classic, “White Lightning.” These days it’s very rare to see Chesney on the Grand Ole Opry stage.