Cozy Up to Comfort Food This Winter
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Cozy Up to Comfort Food This Winter

Chill out and make the most of the frigid temperatures by hunkering down with Trisha's warming dishes, like these cheesy enchiladas.

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  • Trisha pays homage to her mother, Miss Gwen, by cooking up nostalgic recipes. In the kitchen with her are a group of Trisha's best girlfriends, known as "Gwen's Girls." Together they make Georgia Pate (aka redneck hummus), Chickless Pot Pie and take a stab at re-creating the same wedding cake that her mama made for her wedding to Garth.

  • Trisha's nephew Kyle and two of his college friends are visiting for a weekend of fun and some home cooked food! While the boys are having fun on the lake, Trisha whips up a protein-packed meal of Sausage and Peppers, Garth's Pasta Salad, Power Balls and Chewy Chocolate Chip Cookies.

  • It's ladies night at Trisha's house. Her friends Kim and Lisa come over to make some finger-friendly party food -- Meatballs, Cheeseboat, Spicy Edamame Hummus and a Lipstick Mandarin Cocktail -- to enjoy while playing poker.

  • 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 Yearwood and her sister, Beth, make a hearty Italian feast to refuel after a sisterly sparring session at the boxing gym. On the menu are Penne with Spicy Sausage Sauce, Garlic Bread, and Orange and Almond Biscotti for dessert. Trisha's also mixing up a special cocktail she calls Knockout Punch.

  • Trisha Yearwood and her friend Glenda prepare for ice skating lessons with Nashville's hockey team, the Predators! In exchange for the lessons, they make them Glazed Limoncello Cookies. After hitting the ice, Trisha and Glenda come back to make a hearty meal of Chicken Spinach Lasagna, Prosciutto-Wrapped Breadsticks and Shaved Sweet Tea Ice.

  • Trisha Yearwood’s nephews return to the kitchen to learn some budget-friendly and belly-filling recipes. After giving out some gifts for the dorm, Trisha shows them how to stretch their dollar with dishes including Garlic Popcorn, Breakfast Burritos, PBJ Smoothies, Thai Peanut Butter Ramen and Peanut Butter Mug Cake with Chocolate Icing.

  • 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.

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  • Trisha Yearwood and her friend Glenda prepare for ice skating lessons with Nashville's hockey team, the Predators! In exchange for the lessons, they make them Glazed Limoncello Cookies. After hitting the ice, Trisha and Glenda come back to make a hearty meal of Chicken Spinach Lasagna, Prosciutto-Wrapped Breadsticks and Shaved Sweet Tea Ice.

  • Trisha Yearwood and her sister, Beth, make a hearty Italian feast to refuel after a sisterly sparring session at the boxing gym. On the menu are Penne with Spicy Sausage Sauce, Garlic Bread, and Orange and Almond Biscotti for dessert. Trisha's also mixing up a special cocktail she calls Knockout Punch.

  • 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.

  • It's ladies night at Trisha's house. Her friends Kim and Lisa come over to make some finger-friendly party food -- Meatballs, Cheeseboat, Spicy Edamame Hummus and a Lipstick Mandarin Cocktail -- to enjoy while playing poker.

  • Trisha's nephew Kyle and two of his college friends are visiting for a weekend of fun and some home cooked food! While the boys are having fun on the lake, Trisha whips up a protein-packed meal of Sausage and Peppers, Garth's Pasta Salad, Power Balls and Chewy Chocolate Chip Cookies.

  • Trisha pays homage to her mother, Miss Gwen, by cooking up nostalgic recipes. In the kitchen with her are a group of Trisha's best girlfriends, known as "Gwen's Girls." Together they make Georgia Pate (aka redneck hummus), Chickless Pot Pie and take a stab at re-creating the same wedding cake that her mama made for her wedding to Garth.

  • Trisha Yearwood and her sister, Beth, make a hearty Italian feast to refuel after a sisterly sparring session at the boxing gym. On the menu are Penne with Spicy Sausage Sauce, Garlic Bread, and Orange and Almond Biscotti for dessert. Trisha's also mixing up a special cocktail she calls Knockout Punch.

  • 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.

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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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