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Trisha's Southern Kitchen

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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.

Latest episodes

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Trisha invites her friend Sarah Gavigan, owner of Japanese pub-style restaurant Bar Otaku, to her home for a Japanese-infused Southern meal.
aired 5 days ago
Trisha's menu features coffee-inspired dishes including Coffee Coffee Cake, coffee-rubbed fish tacos and a tiramisu affogato.
aired 8 days ago
After three years of touring, Trisha Yearwood shows her thanks by making some small bites perfect for entertaining; her menu includes artichoke parmesan crostini, Italian pimiento cheese endive cups and prosciutto and fig flatbread.
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Trisha invites radio personality Delilah to her home for a girls' night; her menu features broccoli cheddar mac 'n' cheese, brown butter honey cookie bars, French onion dip popcorn, mini meatball sliders and frozen ice pops.
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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.
aired 19 days ago
Trisha and her sister, Beth, explore some family history and recipes that go beyond their Southern heritage; the sisters cook their own versions of traditional English, Irish and Scottish recipes while reminiscing about their trip to England.
aired 19 days ago
Trisha Yearwood and her sister, Beth, prepare for their book club with a wine-inspired menu; Beth runs into bestselling author, Ann Patchett; rotini with chicken marsala ragout; red wine chocolate cake; arugula salad with sparkling wine vinaigrette.
aired 19 days ago
Trisha Yearwood invites over her tour photographer to snap some pictures in exchange for a home-cooked lunch; cheeseburgers with garlic mayo, fried pickles and onion rings; a vanilla orange tart; sparkling cherry lime soda.
aired 19 days ago
Trisha Yearwood shares a look inside the historic Allentown Studios in Nashville, Tenn.; BBQ peach pulled pork, cherry tomato mascarpone tartlets and sweet corn and roasted red pepper arugula salad; Quey's Savannah Pralines make a sweet finish.
aired 19 days ago
A doughnut-based menu, including green onion cheddar doughnuts, doughnut grilled cheese, tortellini soup and an iced cafe bombon.
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Trisha celebrates her 20th year as the 20th female member of the Grand Ole Opry by cooking up riffs on her culinary hits; her menu includes pepper jack cheese straws, twice-cooked smokey maple bacon sweet potatoes and chicken pot pie burgers.
aired 26 days ago
After visiting Nashville's replica of the Parthenon, Trisha gets a hankering for Mediterranean food; she invites her niece, Ashley, over to help make stuffed collard greens, Greek fried cheese, beef Moussaka and, for dessert, mint pistachio baklava.
aired 26 days ago
Trisha Yearwood shows her nephews some budget-friendly and belly-filling recipes; garlic popcorn; breakfast burritos; PBJ smoothies; Thai peanut butter ramen; peanut butter mug cake with chocolate icing.
aired 26 days ago
Trisha holds a girls' lunch featuring linguine with braised red-wine short rib sauce, marinated roasted portobellos, chocolate cherry martinis and classic molten chocolate cake with cassis berries; Trisha surprises the girls with a mobile nail spa.
aired 29 days ago
Trisha Yearwood creates a menu based on her experience in Portland, Ore.; filthy dirty martinis with blue cheese-stuffed olives; mashed potatoes; creamed spinach; cherry almond skillet shortbread; well-done steak; Trisha and Robert sing a duet.
aired 33 days ago
Trisha Yearwood and her sister, Beth, go through mom and dad's shoe box of recipes; company chicken; Mama's scalloped potatoes; wild scuppernong pie with cinnamon swirl ice cream.
aired 33 days ago
Trisha Yearwood and her sister learn the basics of egg farming; avocado toast with scrambled eggs; deviled egg salad club sandwiches; sweet potato asparagus hash with fried eggs; chocolate souffles with triple raspberry sauce.
aired 33 days ago
Trisha and Beth meet up with a local chef for help in honing their knife skills; using their improved technique, the ladies make caramelized onions and goat cheese tartlets, glazed zucchini and carrots, and crispy skin salmon with minced herb butter.
aired 33 days ago
Trisha brings the tailgate to her house to show that everyone can enjoy some tailgating fun; a giant hoagie; sweet tots; loaded pizza dip; dessert nachos; pro football player DeMarco Murray.
aired 40 days ago
Trisha Yearwood invites her friends to a fun Mexican fiesta; her spin on Mexican classics includes avocado salad, red and green charred salsa, cheater churros and steak fajitas; mango-ritas on the rocks; Trisha and friends take a swing at the pinata.
aired 40 days ago
Trisha Yearwood spent the morning playing paintball and recounts the crazy battles and most memorable moments; garlic knots with an easy ranch dipping sauce; pasta pizza, cherry lime soda and a cola cake.

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