Alan Jackson and Trisha Yearwood are back in the kitchen, cooking up some new recipes for their respective cookbooks.

Dial-Global reports that the second edition of Alan Jackson's 'Who Says You Can't Cook It All,' (the original was released in 1994, and cleverly named after his Top 5 hit that year, (Who Says) You Can't Have it All') will feature over 60 recipes and more than 35 family pictures, including some never-before-seen shots. The cookbook is available exclusively through Alan's official website, As an added bonus, throughout the month of July, every tenth cookbook ordered will feature Alan's autograph.

Trisha Yearwood has also been busy in the kitchen. According to her MySpace blog, Mrs. Garth Brooks has been working on a follow-up volume to 'Georgia Cooking In An Oklahoma Kitchen,' her best-selling cookbook from 2008. Look for the new edition to hit stores in May 2010.