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Grandma's Chicken & Dumplings
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Trisha makes chicken and dumplings just like her grandma did: perfectly.

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  • Trisha and her friend Donna make some easy to assemble breakfast dishes, that are hearty enough for dinner. The girls prep Breakfast Sausage Casserole, Beth's Hash Brown Potato Casserole, Pecan Pie Muffins and Grapefruit Pineapple Bellini in their pajamas!

  • Friend and fellow Okie, Ree Drummond, is coming over to make classic diner food dishes with Trisha. While they cook Chicken Fried Steak, Spinach With Bacon and Onions, Baked Macaroni and Cheese and Chocolate Pie, they share their favorite things about Oklahoma, cowboys and childhood memories of eating blue plate specials with their families.

  • Halloween is a big to do at the Yearwood/Brooks house! Allie and August Brooks surprise Trisha in the kitchen by arriving in full costume (and having her costume waiting backstage)! Garth Brooks makes a cameo to share Halloween stories from years past. Trisha and her daughters make their traditional Halloween meal -- complete with Candied Apples, Trisha's Chicken Tortilla Soup to warm up the trick-or-treaters, and Pumpkin Roll.

  • Friend and fellow Okie, Ree Drummond, is coming over to make classic diner food dishes with Trisha. While they cook Chicken Fried Steak, Spinach With Bacon and Onions, Baked Macaroni and Cheese and Chocolate Pie, they share their favorite things about Oklahoma, cowboys and childhood memories of eating blue plate specials with their families.

  • Halloween is a big to do at the Yearwood/Brooks house! Allie and August Brooks surprise Trisha in the kitchen by arriving in full costume (and having her costume waiting backstage)! Garth Brooks makes a cameo to share Halloween stories from years past. Trisha and her daughters make their traditional Halloween meal -- complete with Candied Apples, Trisha's Chicken Tortilla Soup to warm up the trick-or-treaters, and Pumpkin Roll.

  • 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!

  • Trisha and her sister, Beth, are paying homage to Julia Child for the day; dressing up like her and making Trisha's versions of some of Julia's classic French dishes, accidents and all! They make Beef Bourguignon, Potato Pancakes and Apple Charlotte.

  • Trisha's niece and nephews are in town, and they're setting up a living room campout to enjoy a cozy rainy night indoors. After making her niece Ashley's famously delicious Banana Bread, nephew Kyle helps Trisha make Saucy Trout, Spanish Rice and Grilled Zucchini for a camp friendly meal, followed by a family sing-a-long.

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  • Trisha and her friend Donna make some easy to assemble breakfast dishes, that are hearty enough for dinner. The girls prep Breakfast Sausage Casserole, Beth's Hash Brown Potato Casserole, Pecan Pie Muffins and Grapefruit Pineapple Bellini in their pajamas!

  • Trisha gives her busy mom friend some great recipes for weeknight suppers: Pork Chops and Rice, Green Beans and Tomatoes and Lemon Squares.

  • Trisha and her band have booked a gig at a historic venue in Trisha's hometown and she's decided to make them all a surprise dinner before the show. Her bandmates Steve and Heather come over to help her cook a comforting crowd-friendly meal of Slow Cooker Stout Beef Stew, Lettuce Wedge With Blue Cheese Dressing and Texas Sheet Cake With Chocolate Ganache. After they're finished cooking, they load up the car and transport the meal to the venue.

  • Trisha gives her busy mom friend some great recipes for weeknight suppers: Pork Chops and Rice, Green Beans and Tomatoes and Lemon Squares.

  • Trisha and her band have booked a gig at a historic venue in Trisha's hometown and she's decided to make them all a surprise dinner before the show. Her bandmates Steve and Heather come over to help her cook a comforting crowd-friendly meal of Slow Cooker Stout Beef Stew, Lettuce Wedge With Blue Cheese Dressing and Texas Sheet Cake With Chocolate Ganache. After they're finished cooking, they load up the car and transport the meal to the venue.

  • Trisha's good friend, Donna, and her daughter, Erin, join Trisha in the kitchen for a fun day of preparation for Erin's bridal shower. Trisha makes Jerry's Sugared Pecans to feed the cooks while she and Donna prepare the meal. On the menu, Chicken Poppy Seed Salad served as mini sandwiches and Lizzie's Strawberry Cupcakes. Trisha's home becomes the setting for the Bridal Shower. With a pop-in from the groom, Trisha presents the couple with a special song, one of her biggest hits -- personalized just for them.

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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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