Trisha Yearwood celebrates her 20th year as the 20th female member of the Grand Ole Opry by cooking up riffs on her greatest culinary hits from the past two decades. Her menu includes Pepper Jack Cheese Straws, Twice-Cooked Smokey Maple Bacon Sweet Potatoes, Chicken Pot Pie Burgers and White Chocolate Peanut Butter Sweet and Saltines. While cooking up these modern takes on her classics, she flashes back to some of her favorite Opry moments and gives an exclusive behind-the-scenes look of her 20th anniversary celebration.
Trisha Yearwood's nephew is coming in for a visit and is ready to chow down on a home-cooked barbecue meal. They have a great time catching up and chilling out with an old-fashioned menu that includes Bacon BBQ Nachos, BBQ Beef Brisket, Buttermilk Cheddar Corn Cakes, Crunchy Ranch Slaw and an Almond Camo Cake.
After sitting down for an interview with radio personality Delilah to promote her new album, Trisha Yearwood invites the famous host to her home to enjoy a night in with her girlfriends. Her menu features Broccoli Cheddar Mac n' Cheese, Brown Butter Honey Cookie Bars, French Onion Dip Popcorn, Mini Meatball Sliders and Frozen Ice Pops.
Trisha Yearwood invites her friend Sarah Gavigan -- owner of Japanese pub-style restaurant Bar Otaku -- to her home for a Japanese-infused Southern meal. Her menu features Smashed Cucumber Salad, Ramen-Inspired Soup with Soy Marinated Eggs, Glazed Veggie Skewers and Japanese Breaded Pork Cutlets with Sweet Tomato Soy Sauce.
Trisha Yearwood and her sister Beth are preparing a travel-friendly meal derived from basic pantry staples to serve as a house-warming welcome for her niece. Her menu includes Grilled Yellow Tomato and Pepper Gazpacho, Instapot Sausage Lasagna, Veggie Ribbon Salad with Any-Nut Herb Pesto and Jam Tart with Salted Butter Cracker Crust.
Trisha Yearwood gives her pal Jeff Mauro the inside scoop on what makes the Music City sing by taking him to the Nashville club where she first got signed. Together they cook up a hearty Southern brunch that includes Ham and Veggie Quiche with Hash Brown Crust, Breakfast Burgers with French Toast Buns, Pickled Okra Bloody Marys and Pecan Sticky Buns with Bacon Caramel.
Trisha Yearwood invites Geoffrey Zakarian over for a proper Southern throwdown filled with tasty apps and his signature magnum of Rose. Her menu includes Pork Ribs with Sun-Dried Tomato Glaze, Raspberry Cream Puffs, Mini Potato Pancakes with Sour Cream and Pepper Jelly, Whipped Cheese Endive Spears and GZ's White Russian "Munich Style."
Now that she's no longer on her world tour, Trisha Yearwood finally has time to grow fresh veggies in her garden and she's enlisting one of her close friends for help. Together they whip up a delicious lunch that includes Creamy Corn and Chile Dip, Roasted Taco Lime Chicken, Jicama and Red Cabbage Slaw and Bacon Dirty Rice.
Trisha Yearwood gives two of her biggest fans the ultimate surprise experience by inviting them over to help in the kitchen while she makes a classic Southern lunch. Their menu includes Southern Stewed Green Beans, Skillet Sweet Potato Biscuits, Fried Chicken Thighs with Pepper Gravy and a Black Plum and Cardamom Crumble.
After a recent night out seeing Cher in concert, Trisha Yearwood has invited her friends over to continue celebrating with an 80s-themed party complete with a righteous meal, costumes and karaoke! Her menu includes I Got Hooch Babe, Tipsy Ham and Cheese, The Beet Goes on Salad, If I Could Turn Back Lemon Thyme Bruschetta and Dark Chocolate Ladyfingers.
Bakery owner Amirah Kassem takes her first trip to Nashville to join Trisha Yearwood for a meal inspired by her recent performance at New York City's Rainbow Room. The menu includes Vanilla Cream Soda, Coffee-Glazed Doughnuts, Salt-and-Vinegar Chips, Reuben Sandwiches, Black-and-White Key Lime Cake Pops and a surprise dessert from the Big Apple!