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  • Trisha is getting a barbecue lesson from John Cash, 'cue master and owner of her favorite local BBQ joint. Afterwards, Trisha heads back home to test some of her newfound skills on one of her own Brisket recipes. John joins her later to taste all she's cooked up, including Unfried Pickles With Ranch Dressing, Cooked-to-Death Green Beans and Blackberry Cobbler.

  • Trisha and her friend Karri grill up Karri's Marinated Steak for a classic dinner menu that also features Twice-Baked Potatoes, Tossed Salad With Raspberry Vinaigrette and Zucchini Saute before hitting the town for some costumed karaoke.

  • Whether feeding a tailgate party or a big family, today's recipes are perfect for a hungry crowd. Trisha has invited former NFL star Kurt Warner and his wife, Brenda, over knowing that their family of seven leaves them well versed in cooking for a large gathering. Today they'll be making BBQ Pork Ribs, Easy Baked Beans and Butterscotch Peanut Butter Bars.

  • Trisha and her nephew, Bret, cook up a classic lunch of Sloppy Joes, Green Salad With French Dressing and Mama's Home Cooked Fries before going for a driving lesson in her dad's classic car. After the drive, they'll head back to the house for a sweet Chocolate Peppermint Milkshake treat to end their special day.

  • Kelly Clarkson is passing through town while on tour, so Trisha invites her over for a delicious home-cooked meal. Trisha makes a quick Corn Salsa to greet Kelly and together they cook up Stuffed Pork Chops and mix together a Sweet and Crunchy Garden Salad. After they share a meal -- and a duet -- Trisha sends Kelly on her way with her favorite sweet treat, No Bake Chocolate Pretzel Peanut Butter Squares.

  • Trisha spends the day indoors, making slow-cooked comfort foods with one of her oldest and dearest friends, Gail. The perfect menu for the day starts with Rainy Day Chicken and Rice Soup and Meatloaf and ends with Sour Cream Coffee Cake.

  • Trisha and her nephew, Bret, cook up a classic lunch of Sloppy Joes, Green Salad With French Dressing and Mama's Home Cooked Fries before going for a driving lesson in her dad's classic car. After the drive, they'll head back to the house for a sweet Chocolate Peppermint Milkshake treat to end their special day.

  • Trisha spends the day indoors, making slow-cooked comfort foods with one of her oldest and dearest friends, Gail. The perfect menu for the day starts with Rainy Day Chicken and Rice Soup and Meatloaf and ends with Sour Cream Coffee Cake.

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  • Trisha is getting a barbecue lesson from John Cash, 'cue master and owner of her favorite local BBQ joint. Afterwards, Trisha heads back home to test some of her newfound skills on one of her own Brisket recipes. John joins her later to taste all she's cooked up, including Unfried Pickles With Ranch Dressing, Cooked-to-Death Green Beans and Blackberry Cobbler.

  • Garth's friends Chris and Joe are giving Trisha some help around the ranch, so she recruits their help in cooking up some "manly" food. The Pulled Pork Sandwiches, Baked Bean Casserole and Sweet Potato Salad are just what they needed after a hard day's work. The day ends with a group campfire and Samoa S'mores.

  • Trisha gets to pass her cooking knowledge to her friend, Jennifer, who is trying to impress her chef husband for a special occasion. Trisha teaches Jennifer how to make Baked Ham With Brown Sugar Glaze, Asparagus Bundles, a refreshing Strawberry Salad and to end the meal, Almond Skillet Dessert.

  • 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.

  • Trisha has her girlfriends over for their Sunday tradition of football, food, and friends. On the menu is Sausage Hors D'oeuvres, Cheese Dip served with corn chips, Chili With Sour Cream Corn Bread and Green Punch.

  • After a tough workout, Trisha and her Zumba friends get together for a Latin-themed feast. Trisha's instructors become the students in her kitchen, where they help her put together Lory's Ranchera Salsa, Chicken Tortilla Casserole, Cheater Beans and Frozen Sangaritas.

  • Trisha is getting a barbecue lesson from John Cash, 'cue master and owner of her favorite local BBQ joint. Afterwards, Trisha heads back home to test some of her newfound skills on one of her own Brisket recipes. John joins her later to taste all she's cooked up, including Unfried Pickles With Ranch Dressing, Cooked-to-Death Green Beans and Blackberry Cobbler.

  • Trisha and her friend Karri grill up Karri's Marinated Steak for a classic dinner menu that also features Twice-Baked Potatoes, Tossed Salad With Raspberry Vinaigrette and Zucchini Saute before hitting the town for some costumed karaoke.

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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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