Trisha Yearwood and her sister, Beth, are battling it out in a fun family competition of backyard bowling! After they cook up a delicious party spread of White Pizza Dip, Pizza Salad with Pesto Crust Croutons and Blackberry-Ricotta Pizza Pockets, they divide into teams to get their bowl on! Losers do dishes!
Trisha Yearwood's sister, Beth, has officially moved to Nashville, so they're making the perfect welcome home meal using peaches that are straight out of Beth's new peach orchard! Trisha and Beth work together on Creamer Potatoes with Garlic Butter and Toasted Pecans, Shredded Pork with Black Pepper Peach Glaze and Charred Leeks with a Peach Vinaigrette, and they celebrate their first meal officially as neighbors.
Autumn is in full swing! To celebrate, Trisha Yearwood is making an entire menu filled with Oktoberfest classics such as Red Cabbage and Apple Sauerkraut, Hard Cider-Braised Sausages and German Chocolate Sour Cherry Cake. Her cozy recipes are a delicious change from the usual fall stews and chilis.
Inspired by a trip to the candy store, Trisha Yearwood turns her Southern kitchen into a sweets factory! Her sister, Beth, stops by to help Trisha put a candy spin on some of their favorite dishes, including Chocolate Candy Bar Rounds, Caramel Riblets, Honey Glazed Brussels and Ricotta Crostini and Bling Pops. It's a day full of magic!
Trisha Yearwood is helping solve some common meal dilemmas for her fans because so many people need help in the cooking department -- whether it's a recipe gone wrong or just a simple meal that needs some oomph. While making recipes including Pear Maple Biscuits, Pan Seared Pork Chops with Sweet Mustard Sauce and Easy Ice Cream Pie with Buttermilk Caramel Sauce, Trisha shares tips that will make anyone feel more confident in the kitchen.
Trisha Yearwood is getting her band back together and celebrating 30 years since the release of her first album in 1991! It's also 30 years since a guitarist named Johnny Garcia took a chance on her and moved to Nashville to be in her band. Together, Trisha and Johnny cook up some delicious treats for friends and family, making Orzo Salad Jars, Roasted Pepper Feta Poppers and Steak and Veggie Skewers. The anniversary celebration ends with guests enjoying a backyard concert complete with fill-your-own Donut Holes.
Who says Thanksgiving has to include turkey? Most people really come for the side dishes! To satisfy cravings for traditional Thanksgiving dishes year-round without having to cook a turkey, Trisha Yearwood is pairing a great Garlic Roast Beef with delicious sides such as Bacon-Wrapped Asparagus, Cornmeal Biscuit Sausage Dressing and Loaded Sweet Potatoes.
To celebrate winter, Trisha Yearwood's turning her kitchen into one of the most beloved winter hangout spots -- a ski lodge! She makes mouthwatering dishes like Smoky Chorizo Chili and Grilled Cheesy Veggie Melts that are perfect for any wintry day, and a Hot White Russian and Meringue Snow Women complete the winter feast!