From glamping to a luau, Trisha Yearwood knows how to throw a bash with the best backyard eats! She hits the grill to make flavorful Rum-Glazed Shrimp Skewers with her friends. Then, the Glam Squad gets together to make Grilled Corn with Roasted Jalapeno Butter, and the fun of the fair comes to Trisha's backyard complete with Mini Corn Dogs. For dessert, Trisha and her sister Beth make Lemon Blackberry Cheesecake Parfaits that they enjoy for an evening of stargazing.
Trisha Yearwood spices things up in the kitchen with inventive ways to bring the heat! She kicks things off with two Nashville classics -- Hot Chicken Chili and musician Kelsea Ballerini! Next, Trisha makes Jalapeno Bites with her sister Beth to celebrate a classic Southern movie, Steel Magnolias (big hair included). Then, Trisha cooks up flavorful Jerk Chicken Thighs with her back-up singers, and finally, to cool things down while keeping it hot, Trisha and her friend Julie mix up a Blackberry Black Pepper Cocktail.
Trisha Yearwood indulges in some comforting personal favorites, from savory cheese dishes to chocolatey desserts. The melty, decadent recipes include French Onion Soup, Classic Molten Chocolate Cake, a Butter Burger with Beer Cheese Sauce and a delicious Boston Cream Pie.
Trisha Yearwood loves to entertain, and snack-sized food means less time in the kitchen and more time with family and friends! She cooks up crowd-pleasing Mini Roast Beef and Cheese Sandwiches, Grilled Pizza on a Stick and Chicken Poppy Seed Salad Sandwiches. Plus, Trisha makes Raspberry Cream Puffs that are the perfect small but sweet bite.
Trisha Yearwood is all about being grateful and sharing food with loved ones, so she puts one of her favorite holidays front and center -- Thanksgiving! First, Trisha goes non-traditional in a homage to her uncle with a fried Turkey Injected with Ranch Dressing. Then, sister Beth joins in to make their Grandma Lizzie's Cornbread Dressing and Sweet Potato Pudding. For dessert, three's a charm for Trisha's Sheet Pan Slab Pie with apples, pears and blueberries.
From traditional family meals to fun ugly-sweater parties, Trisha Yearwood does the holiday season right! First, a pull-apart Holiday Biscuit Wreath and red and green Holiday Deviled Eggs are showstoppers for a party. Then, a Grits and Greens Casserole speaks to a classic Yearwood Christmas, and Milk and Cookies Fudge is the perfect thank you to leave out for Santa!