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Trisha Yearwood is a renowned singer who has won a number of awards in her career, including multiple Grammys. But what people may not know about Yearwood is she is also an accomplished cook. This series invites viewers into the singer's kitchen as she showcases her family-inspired recipes and food traditions. While preparing her recipes, Yearwood shares nostalgic stories and is visited by family and friends. Whether she's preparing traditional dishes from her childhood or planning events like a baby shower or a family reunion, Yearwood prepares dishes that viewers can duplicate in their own kitchens.

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Trisha celebrates her love of an Italian meal by cooking a menu full of lots of flavor and memories.
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After a recent night out seeing Cher in concert, Trisha Yearwood has invited her friends over to continue celebrating with an '80s-themed party complete with a righteous meal, costumes and karaoke.
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Trisha Yearwood is wining and dining her friends who are visiting from Las Vegas.
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The family celebrates the graduations of Trisha's niece and nephew; broccoli salad; pimento cheese spread; cheese-stuffed burgers; pound cake with fruit compote.
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Trisha makes a classic Nashville meal for her gal pal's that includes pickle-brined fried chicken and hot pepper honey cornbread.
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Trisha is bringing the fun to her home with an exciting dinner and a live magic show by world-renowned magician Justin Flom; The magical menu includes Stovetop Smoked Pecans, White Pizza with Bacon, Greens and Fried Eggs, among others.
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Bakery owner Amirah Kassem takes her first trip to Nashville, Tenn., to join Trisha Yearwood for a meal inspired by her recent performance at New York City's Rainbow Room.
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Trisha Yearwood's nephew comes for a visit and is ready to chow down on a home-cooked barbecue meal; they enjoy bacon barbecue Nachos, barbecue beef brisket, buttermilk cheddar corn cakes, crunchy ranch slaw and an almond camo cake.
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Trisha hosts a BYOB, Build-Your-Own-Brunch party; the brunch includes a loaded bloody Maria with tequila, along with a fun Build-Your-Own-Taco Bar, mini muffin French toast and a yogurt parfait with stovetop granola.
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Trisha brings the American county fair tradition to her own backyard; she prepares tasty fairground favorites before her neighborhood friends and their kids come by to join the fun; mini corn dogs.
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The success of Trisha Yearwood's single "Every Girl in This Town" is an incredible career milestone, so Trisha cooks some recipes that remind her of some of the other most memorable moments in her career.
aired 17 days ago
Notched up versions of campfire favorites including filet mignon chili, grilled corn with jalapeno butter, s'mores fondue and campfire cocktails.
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Trisha's daughter, Allie, joins her in the kitchen to learn some tips and tricks as they breathe new life into some favorite childhood dishes; steak and avocado rolls; pecan crusted chicken, butter poached veggies and cheesy rice pilaf.
aired 24 days ago
After being on the road performing for more than three years, Trisha Yearwood is ready to spend some time with her family; she throws a big family reunion to catch up with everyone and share some great food.
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Trisha Yearwood invites her longtime friend, Julie, into the kitchen for a day celebrating all things bread; as they swap childhood bread-making stories, they create a menu that includes creamy tomato soup and no-knead cheddar bread.
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Inspired by their favorite guilty-pleasure treats, Trisha cooks a meal of indulgent foods for her friends, Glenda and Callie; the menu includes loaded southern disco fries, over-the-top party burger, dill pickle popcorn and jalapeno popper dip.
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Trisha celebrates her friend Glenda's birthday with a slumber party in comfy clothes and with delicious treats; Glenda's favorite dirty martini; charcuterie board; cheese fondue; sweet chili garlic wings; key lime vanilla birthday cake.
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Trisha Yearwood hosts singer Caylee Hammack to share stories of their roots and indulge in a menu that takes them back to their days in Georgia; BBQ pulled pork with gravy; cheesy caramelized onion bacon dip; creamed corn; peach melba pie.
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Trisha Yearwood invites fellow country singer Ashley McBryde over for a day of grilling, music and good company; charred tomato and scallion salad; grilled potato bites; Porterhouse with horseradish sauce; raspberry chocolate rice cereal treats.
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Trisha and friends celebrate Kentucky Derby season in fashion with stylish hats and hors d'oeuvres.
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Trisha Yearwood enjoys her annual escape to the South Beach Wine and Food Festival in Florida, where she hosts events; Cafe Cubanos iced coffee, bacon corn muffins with orange butter, shrimp with mango salsa and Florida citrus bars.

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