Trisha and her close friend, Kim, get together for the classic Southern tradition of making food as gifts. There's Hot Corn Dip to munch on while cooking, then it's on to the gift making! With nostalgic recipes like Margaret's Raisin Bread in a Can, Crockpot Chocolate Candy and Peanut Brittle, a homemade gift can't go wrong!
Halloween is a big to do at the Yearwood/Brooks house! Allie and August Brooks surprise Trisha in the kitchen by arriving in full costume (and having her costume waiting backstage)! Garth Brooks makes a cameo to share Halloween stories from years past. Trisha and her daughters make their traditional Halloween meal -- complete with Candied Apples, Trisha's Chicken Tortilla Soup to warm up the trick-or-treaters, and Pumpkin Roll.
Trisha and her beloved sister, Beth, recreate the proper Sunday supper of their childhood and invite the preacher who married Trisha and Garth as their guest of honor. On the menu are Roast Beef With Gravy, Tom Cruise Green Beans, Spoon Rolls, and Lizzie's Old Fashion Cocoa Cake.
Trisha has the whole family over for a classic southern Fish Fry in her backyard. Trisha prepares Pete's Catfish with must have sides of Mama's Cornmeal Hushpuppies, Home-Style French Fries and Fourth of July Coleslaw. To finish off the meal, Peach Cobbler With Homemade Whipped Cream.
It's Thanksgiving and this year it's Trisha's turn to host, so her sister Beth is helping to make their traditional Thanksgiving menu. Trisha reveals the secrets to her family's No Baste, No Bother Roasted Turkey with a Cranberry-Orange Relish and Grandma Lizzie's Cornbread Dressing, and for dessert, crowd-pleasing Sweet Potato Souffle.
Trisha shows her niece, Ashley, how to make the perfect Southern brunch. Trisha and Ashley prepare Blueberry Pancakes, Garth's Breakfast Bowl, and Apple Dumplings.
Trisha has her girlfriends over for their Sunday tradition of football, food, and friends. On the menu is Sausage Hors D'oeuvres, Cheese Dip served with corn chips, Chili With Sour Cream Corn Bread and Green Punch.
Trisha's good friend, Donna, and her daughter, Erin, join Trisha in the kitchen for a fun day of preparation for Erin's bridal shower. Trisha makes Jerry's Sugared Pecans to feed the cooks while she and Donna prepare the meal. On the menu, Chicken Poppy Seed Salad served as mini sandwiches and Lizzie's Strawberry Cupcakes. Trisha's home becomes the setting for the Bridal Shower. With a pop-in from the groom, Trisha presents the couple with a special song, one of her biggest hits -- personalized just for them.
Trisha is joined in the kitchen by her dear friend, Lisa, and her daughters, "T-Bone" and Haley, for a Yearwood tradition, her annual holiday cookie swap. Together they make Sweet Tea for the bakers, then it's on to the cookies. There's bound to be a cookie to please everyone, when Trisha makes Snickerdoodles, Bess London's Pecan Tassies, and lovely Iced Sugar Cookies.
Trisha's college roommate, Tina, joins Trisha in the kitchen as they make dishes that remind them of their college days. They make Daddy's Biscuits with Tina's Chocolate Gravy, Baby Lima Beans, Chicken Pie and Magic Lemon Meringue Pie while sharing stories and pictures from their days as roomies.
Trisha is joined in the kitchen by her husband, Garth Brooks, to create dishes they love to cook together. On the menu: Black Bean Lasagna, Trisha's Thai Salad, "Miss" Mickey's Peanut Butter Balls and Lemonade.
Trisha's trainer, Billie Jo, comes to Trisha's kitchen to learn how to make surprisingly healthy Southern recipes -- but still doesn't let her get out of her daily workout. Trisha makes Corn Flake Chicken, Winter Veggie Soup, with a side Greek Salad, and every meal needs a little dessert, Betty's Apple Ambrosia.
Trisha gets to pass her cooking knowledge to her friend, Jennifer, who is trying to impress her chef husband for a special occasion. Trisha teaches Jennifer how to make Baked Ham With Brown Sugar Glaze, Asparagus Bundles, a refreshing Strawberry Salad and to end the meal, Almond Skillet Dessert.