Trisha's sister and Uncle Wilson pitch in to create some of their favorite barbecue recipes for a family reunion. Trisha cooks up her daddy's Barbecue Chicken recipe while her Uncle Wilson shares with her his famous sweet Grilled Vidalia Onions wrapped in bacon. For dessert, Trisha and her sister bake a delicious Key Lime Cake.
Trisha shares some of her grandmothers' best-kept secrets in the kitchen. Along with her sister and niece, Trisha prepares some of her grandmothers' best Southern recipes like Grandma Paulk's Chicken and Dumplings, Deviled Eggs and Grandma Yearwood's Coconut Cake with Coconut Lemon glaze.
Trisha's tour manager is adopting a baby, so Trisha decides to throw a baby shower. The guys from Trisha's band join her in the kitchen to help prepare for the shower. They make a hearty Country Quiche, Cheese Straws and Brownies topped with a Coconut Frosting. Then Trisha records a lullaby as a welcome gift to the baby.
Trisha's girlfriend Karri Turner, a Southern girl who now lives in California, comes to visit for the night. Trisha dishes her up some classic Southern food to give her friend the Southern fix she craves: Crock-Pot Mac and Cheese, her Mama's Fried Chicken With Gravy and for dessert, her favorite recipe for Pecan Pie.
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 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.