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When it comes to cooking, Julie Chrisley knows best. For years, she has been serving up amazing food for her friends and family and now, this popular matriarch invites viewers into her kitchen. She whips up some of her favorite family recipes -- revealing the secrets and stories behind each of them -- and is accompanied by special guests from the Chrisley family. Striking the right balance between Southern charm and contemporary cuisine, Julie's recipes have everyone asking for seconds.

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Preparing an ooey gooey treat known as Goochies.
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Julie and Todd Chrisley prepare banana pudding.
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Wet chocolate cake that will surely satisfy a sweet tooth.
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Bluprint baker Joshua John Russell puts a healthy spin on Julie's signature Punch Bowl Trifle Cake recipe without sacrificing taste or sweetness.
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White-chocolate pound cake recipe made healthier.
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Mac 'n' cheese with a healthy twist that tastes delicious.
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Virginia Willis helps Julie lighten up bread pudding recipe.
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Julie and Grayson Chrisley prepare shrimp boil foil packs.
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Julie and Faye Chrisley prepare chicken and dumplings.
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Julie and Faye Chrisley bake a chocolate-chip chew bread.
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Julie and her friends make meatballs and red sauce.
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Julie and her granddaughter make lemon ricotta pancakes.
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Julie teaches Chase how to prepare holiday side dishes.
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Julie teaches Grayson how to make hobo sacks.
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Julie and Savannah prepare a kale salad.
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Julie's delicious family recipe for ice cream is revealed.
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Julie reveals her secret weapon for making the perfect pound cake -- topping it off with a fondue twist.
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Julie makes carrot cake for Todd when they begin dating.
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Todd attempts to help Julie prepare French toast casserole.
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Cooking up Faye's Best Biscuits & Gravy.

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