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Bake like Joanna Gaines! 'Fixer Upper' star teases her first cookbook

The HGTV star is cooking up yet another lifestyle project.
/ Source: TODAY

Chip and Joanna Gaines just announced that soon we'll no longer be able to catch their enviable design skills on "Fixer Upper," since the show will be ending after its fifth season.

But, fear not "Fixer" fans, soon you will actually be able to get a real taste of how the famous designers truly live.

Over the weekend, Joanna posted a behind-the-scenes look from a photoshoot for her very first cookbook.

Gaines has made no secret of her love culinary delights in the past. She’s confessed that she loves spending date night at all-you-can-eat buffets and her bed and breakfast sounds like our dream spot for a romantic evening. So it's no surprise that she's finally decided to share some of her favorite foods with fans. The name of the recipe collection, "Magnolia Table Cookbook," is a nod to husband Chip's upcoming restaurant, Magnolia Table.

Legions of fans can't get enough of the couples' unique, design-savvy vision. And while practical and livable spaces for families is at the forefront of their brand, the Gaines are also known for featuring food. Most recently, the couple opened a bakery in Waco, Texas — Silos Baking Co. We already have a preview of what to expect, too, since Joanna's Instagram is often filled with beautiful images of her favorite recipes coming together.

"After a week long photo shoot for our cookbook, celebrating with some homemade mac n cheese and brownie pie just feels right,” she posted. We can't wait to try both of those recipes!

In other Gaines news, the stars just announced a line of home décor products for Pier 1 as well as a Target partnership, so "Fixer Upper" fans will have plenty of ways to get their fill even before the release of the cookbook. You can also pre-order Chip Gaines' book right now on Amazon (and if you haven't read "The Magnolia Story" yet, you should).