Trisha Yearwood takes advantage of a rare day off by cooking up her weekend favorites and hanging out with her dog, Emmy. Her recipes include Praline Cheesecake Bars, Jambalaya and Rice, a Ginger Grapefruit Fizz and an irresistible, chocolate-covered snack called Pandora's Box.
Trisha Yearwood and her sister, Beth, are huge fans of cooking competition shows, so they decide to have one in their own kitchen! Beth creates a mystery basket of ingredients for Trisha, who then uses those ingredients to create an appetizer, main course and dessert for Beth to judge. Her dishes include a White Wine Spritzer with Watermelon and Basil, Wild Rice and Mushroom Soup, Beef and Vegetable Stir Fry and Bread Pudding with Fruit Sauce.
Trisha Yearwood invites the guys over for pizza and a movie. She starts off by making Malted Milk Fudge, then her nephew, Kyle, helps her make an Italian Seven-Layer Dip. After that, she teaches her cowboy tour manager, Chuck, how to make a Basil Pesto Pizza.
Trisha Yearwood welcomes five young and amazing musicians from the Music City Youth Orchestra. After making a hearty, cheesy Chicken Enchilada, the kids arrive to shake things up with Nacho Salads in a Jar. Then, they all perform Trisha's hit "XXX's and OOO's" with her and end the day with Cinnamon Cookies!
Grilling ain't just a guy thing! Trisha Yearwood invites her girlfriends, Jenn and Sara, for a day of barbecue, cocktails and games. She'll whip up some Potato Salad, grill up her cousin Fred's Barbecue Pork Ribs, mix together a Cherry Moscow Mule and bake a Butterscotch Pie.
Trisha Yearwood and her sister, Beth, take advantage of a gorgeous day by preparing for a picnic. Their stress-free and easy-to-make recipes include Orzo Salad, Watermelon Salsa, Apricot Rosemary Glazed Chicken, Zucchini Bread and a Citrus Cocktail. They end a great meal with a lovely, sisterly duet.
Trisha Yearwood's day can't start without coffee, so today's menu features coffee-inspired dishes including Coffee Coffee Cake, Coffee-Rubbed Fish Tacos and a Tiramisu Affogato.
Trisha Yearwood takes her family out to the ballgame! With help from her sister, Beth, and nephew, Bret, Trisha makes "Go Dawgs!" Greens, Baked Chicken Tenders and Easy Blueberry Pie Bars. After enjoying the food and a Hard Cider Cocktail at the tailgate, Trisha heads into the ballpark to throw out the first pitch and sing the National Anthem.
Trisha Yearwood spends the day connecting with her fans on social media. She shares fan videos and stories while cooking up brunch, which includes Cinnamon Orange Rolls, a Bloody Mary, Cheesy Spicy Bacon Straws and Hummingbird Pancakes.
Trisha Yearwood throws an all-out New Orleans-themed party for her friends. Her menu for the festivities features Beignets, Mini Crab Cakes, Roast Beef Po' Boys, and an Ode to NOLA Cocktail. And, of course, no Mardi Gras party is complete without a brass band parade!
Trisha Yearwood and her sister, Beth, celebrate Thanksgiving by giving back. They deliver turkeys and donate canned foods to the YWCA of Nashville and cook a portable Thanksgiving meal for Trisha's niece, Ashley, who's a nurse at the local hospital. The hearty spread consists of Sweet Potato Pudding, Slow Cooker Pulled Turkey, Buttermilk Cornbread, and Cran-Apple Crisp.
Trisha Yearwood prepares for a fun-filled day with fabulous friends by making Buffalo Wing Dip and Chili Mac. After fueling up, they head out for Prosecco Cocktails on a party bike. Then, they go bowling and end the day with Marbled Chocolate Brownies.
Tis the season for many cookies! Trisha Yearwood is joined by her close friends, Kim and Lisa, for a day of baking and drinking. Today's confections include Gingerbread Cookies, Caramel Candy and Chocolate Pinwheel Cookies. Trisha also makes White Knight Cocktails while they demonstrate inventive and festive ways to up your cookie swap game!