Trisha Yearwood appeared as both singer and chef on the CBS 'Early Show' this week. After performing several songs for a packed New York City crowd, she made her way over to the set's kitchen to teach viewers how to make a special Fourth of July menu.

"We love to cook," Yearwood told CBS. "My mom and my sister made me a little collection of recipes when I moved to Oklahoma."

Those recipes are now collected in a cookbook called 'Georgia Cooking In An Oklahoma Kitchen,' which debuted at No. 3 on The New York Times Bestseller list. Yearwood shared several of the book's recipes on the 'Early Show,' including her dad's famous barbecued chicken, her not-too-sweet coleslaw, and 'his and hers' deviled eggs (hubby Garth Brooks likes his with mustard; she likes mayonnaise.) See the full recipes on the 'Early Show' website.