Trisha Yearwood invites her band over for snacks before they play Nashville's legendary music venue, The Bluebird Cafe. Her menu includes Cornbread and Chili Bites, Orange Barbecue Steak Kabobs, Charred Lemon Ricotta Dip with Dippers and a Summer Veggie Flatbread.
Trisha Yearwood and her friend visit a local cheese shop and make dishes with their picks. Their menu includes French Onion Soup, Goat Cheese Fondue and Roast Beef and Camembert Panini with Arugula Aioli. For dessert, they whip up a Cheesy Apple Skillet Pie.
Trisha Yearwood invites her friends to a fun afternoon Mexican fiesta. She puts her spin on Mexican classics with recipes that include Avocado Salad, Red and Green Charred Salsa, Cheater Churros and Steak Fajitas. After some Mango-Ritas on the Rocks, the day ends with Trisha and her friends taking a swing at the pinata.
Trisha Yearwood shares a look inside the recording process at the historic Allentown Studios in Nashville. After wrapping up a studio session for the day, she invites the crew over for a well-deserved meal of BBQ Peach Pulled Pork, Cherry Tomato Mascarpone Tartlets and Sweet Corn and Roasted Red Pepper Arugula Salad. Her Quey's Savannah Pralines are a sweet finish to a full day.
Trisha Yearwood and her sister, Beth, volunteer for snack duty with the nonprofit organization Play Like a Girl, which encourages girls to participate in sports to build confidence. Trisha and Beth teach them how to make Easy Snack Skewers and then have fun playing like girls! Inspired by the day, Trisha whips up some other snacks, too, including Baked Apple Chips with Rainbow Fruit Salsa, Power Wraps with Sweet Potato Hummus and Chocolate Chip Banana Muffins.
Following a visit to Space Center Houston with her husband, Garth Brooks, Trisha Yearwood is inspired to get in the kitchen and make some recipes that are out of this world. Her space-inspired menu starts with Buzzed Aldrin cocktails and includes Deviled Potatoes, Chili Dressed Succotash and Sticky Pepper Glazed Ribs, with Moon Pies for dessert, of course.
After being on the road performing for more than three years, Trisha Yearwood is ready to spend some time with her family. She throws a big family reunion to catch up with everyone and share some great food. Her menu includes Grilled Potato Salad with Bacon Vinaigrette, Ultimate Bacon Cheeseburgers and Crispy Onion Blossoms. The day ends with Chocolate Cherry Icebox Cake for dessert and the family gathered for a song.
Trisha Yearwood plans a fun day for her friends by taking them to an escape room! But first, they fuel up with Coconut Vodka Cocktails, Cornbread Panzanella, Roasted Cajun Nuts and Oven Beer Can Chicken. Will Trisha and her friends ever escape and get their dessert of No Fuss Cocoa Mousse? Or will they be trapped forever?
Growing up, Trisha Yearwood's mom would wake up Trisha and her sister, Beth, in the middle of the night to stargaze in their cow pasture. With this memory in mind, Trisha and Beth spend the afternoon making a quick and easy dinner of Bacon Wrapped Dried Apricots, Grilled Garlic Caesar Salad and Grilled Summer Veggie Pasta. After a little Lemon Blackberry Cheesecake Parfait for dessert, they head outside to watch Mother Nature's stunning spectacle.
One of Trisha Yearwood's favorite spots in Nashville is The Loveless Cafe. She spends the day putting a spin on her favorite dishes from the restaurant with recipes like Cheesy Angel Biscuits, Cornbread Crusted Fried Pork Chops and Buttermilk Chess Pie with Georgia Peach Topping. She invites her friends Callie and Bryan to sip Over the Lemon Basil Moon drinks and share the love.
Trisha Yearwood and her friend, Glenda, welcome a trio of Harlem Globetrotters -- Hoops, Bull and Moose -- for lunch in exchange for some famous Globetrotter trick lessons. Trisha's concession-style menu includes Baked Macaroni and Cheese, Grilled Corn on a Stick, Smothered Chicken Waffle Sandwiches and Chocolate Raspberry Ice Cream Sandwiches.
After visiting Nashville's replica of the Parthenon, Trisha Yearwood gets a hankering for Mediterranean food. She invites her niece, Ashley, over to help make Stuffed Collard Greens, Greek Fried Cheese and Beef Moussaka. For dessert, they go all out with Mint Pistachio Baklava.
With winter just around the corner, Trisha Yearwood decides to throw one more backyard party. She invites her friends over for a fun evening of delicious treats and a screening of her favorite Western movie, Tombstone. Her menu includes Easy Pizza Dough Pretzel Bites, Southern Nachos and Popcorn Chicken, and her guests kick back to munch on Maple Brown Butter Candy Kettle Corn and sip Blackberry Lemonade as they enjoy the film.