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  • Trisha has invited her friends and sister over for a marathon party to watch Sex and the City. She cooks up easy to eat, yet delicious Southern finger foods for them to enjoy while they gossip and watch their show. They cook up Warren's Chicken Bites, Cream Cheese Roll Ups and Mamie's Teacakes for the perfect finger food menu. And they mix together a little Summer in a Cup served in a martini glass of course!

  • Trisha Yearwood's friend, singer/songwriter Sunny Sweeney, is in town, so Trisha decides to throw an impromptu get-together. Trisha whips up a quick and easy summer menu of Roasted Red Pepper Hummus, Cucumber Bites, Pulled Chicken Sandwiches with Spicy Slaw, and a refreshing Grape Salad. Sunny joins Trisha in the kitchen, and later the two sing a duet for their friend Mandy.

  • Trisha has invited her friends and sister over for a marathon party to watch Sex and the City. She cooks up easy to eat, yet delicious Southern finger foods for them to enjoy while they gossip and watch their show. They cook up Warren's Chicken Bites, Cream Cheese Roll Ups and Mamie's Teacakes for the perfect finger food menu. And they mix together a little Summer in a Cup served in a martini glass of course!

  • Everybody needs a few freezer friendly desserts in their arsenal! Trisha's friend Julie is chocolate's biggest fan, so, Trisha decided to design a decadent, freezer friendly menu around chocolate. Julie joins Trisha in the kitchen and together they make Colleen's Chocolate Fudge, Chocolate Pound Cake, Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Balls and after setting up an indulgent chocolate cocktail party for two, they sip some Chocolate Hurricane cocktails!

  • Today, Trisha is cooking straight up comfort food to welcome her friend Wendy Williams to the South. What better way to introduce her friend to Southern cooking than by having her help out in the kitchen? Trisha will be teaching Wendy how to make her Ribbon Meatloaf, Creamed Style Corn and decadent Banana Pudding. Trisha's even created a special Cherry Ginger Julep just for Wendy.

  • Trisha's friend Karri is coming over and they decide to invite some friends over and have a "Just Because" party. They'll be cooking up great party food (Chicken and Wild Rice Casserole, Zucchini Cakes With Herb Sour Cream, Fresh Apple Pie) and having Trisha's signature cocktail, just because!

  • Today, Trisha is cooking straight up comfort food to welcome her friend Wendy Williams to the South. What better way to introduce her friend to Southern cooking than by having her help out in the kitchen? Trisha will be teaching Wendy how to make her Ribbon Meatloaf, Creamed Style Corn and decadent Banana Pudding. Trisha's even created a special Cherry Ginger Julep just for Wendy.

  • Trisha's friend Karri is coming over and they decide to invite some friends over and have a "Just Because" party. They'll be cooking up great party food (Chicken and Wild Rice Casserole, Zucchini Cakes With Herb Sour Cream, Fresh Apple Pie) and having Trisha's signature cocktail, just because!

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  • Trisha has invited her friends and sister over for a marathon party to watch Sex and the City. She cooks up easy to eat, yet delicious Southern finger foods for them to enjoy while they gossip and watch their show. They cook up Warren's Chicken Bites, Cream Cheese Roll Ups and Mamie's Teacakes for the perfect finger food menu. And they mix together a little Summer in a Cup served in a martini glass of course!

  • Trisha Yearwood's friend, singer/songwriter Sunny Sweeney, is in town, so Trisha decides to throw an impromptu get-together. Trisha whips up a quick and easy summer menu of Roasted Red Pepper Hummus, Cucumber Bites, Pulled Chicken Sandwiches with Spicy Slaw, and a refreshing Grape Salad. Sunny joins Trisha in the kitchen, and later the two sing a duet for their friend Mandy.

  • Trisha teaches her nephews their grandaddy's (her daddy's) famous Brunswick stew recipe. Trisha also teaches her young nephews her drop biscuit recipe, aka Easiest Muffins. To reward them for their hard work, she makes the boys Sweet and Saltines, an addictive, easy dessert that is prized among her family and friends.

  • Trisha's college roommate, Tina, joins Trisha in the kitchen as they make dishes that remind them of their college days. They make Daddy's Biscuits with Tina's Chocolate Gravy, Baby Lima Beans, Chicken Pie and Magic Lemon Meringue Pie while sharing stories and pictures from their days as roomies.

  • The only person who loves a costume party more than Trisha Yearwood is her friend Glenda. To celebrate Glenda's birthday, she and Trisha are cooking up a few dressed-up party food dishes for their special costume party. On the menu: Warm Feta Artichoke Dip, Shrimp Croquettes with Green Peas, and Chocolate Chip Cheesecake Bars.

  • Trisha's college roommate, Tina, joins Trisha in the kitchen as they make dishes that remind them of their college days. They make Daddy's Biscuits with Tina's Chocolate Gravy, Baby Lima Beans, Chicken Pie and Magic Lemon Meringue Pie while sharing stories and pictures from their days as roomies.

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About the Host

Music superstar and best-selling cookbook author Trisha Yearwood brings her family-inspired recipes and food traditions to her TV series.

About the Show

Music superstar and best-selling cookbook author Trisha Yearwood welcomes you into her Southern kitchen to share in some of her favorite family recipes, both old and new. Trisha shows off her genuine Southern hospitality as she puts together meals with friends and family. Whether they’re for a family reunion, a party for one of her bandmates or just a day hanging out with her girlfriends, Trisha’s recipes are fun and easy to make and always have a story to tell.

More About Trisha's Southern Kitchen

Music superstar and best-selling cookbook author Trisha Yearwood welcomes you into her Southern kitchen to share in some of her favorite family recipes, both old and new. Trisha shows off her genuine Southern hospitality as she puts together meals with friends and family. Whether they’re for a family reunion, a party for one of her bandmates or just a day hanging out with her girlfriends, Trisha’s recipes are fun and easy to make and always have a story to tell.

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