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Trisha Yearwood is well known as a Country singer, but her talent as an accomplished home chef is bringing her a new level of celebrity as the star of "Trisha's Southern Kitchen" on the Food Network. Born in Georgia and living now in Nashville, Trisha's style is classic Southern fare, made in her family's tradition from recipes passed down for generations. Yearwood plates up greens and fried chicken with humor and charm. She often explains a technique as being "how Mama did it". Watching her show is like dropping in on a friend who just happened to be making dinner.

It's not all butter and deep frying, though. Trisha and her husband, singer Garth Brooks, love to experiment with new dishes and work on making the old fashioned recipes a bit healthier. Their invention, Black Bean Lasagna, is a favorite and one of Garth's inventions.

With frequent visits by family and friends, this show defines "Southern Comfort".

Saturdays 11:00 AM/ET on Food Network
9 Seasons, 85 Episodes
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Trisha's Southern Kitchen Full Episode Guide

  • Trisha Yearwood's sister, Beth, is wondering about owning her own chicken coop, so the Yearwood sisters visit their friend's farm to be taught the basics. They come home with a large amount eggs, so they decide to make an egg-centric menu.

  • Trisha Yearwood's social media team is in the kitchen after recording her online streaming show "Coffee Talk."

  • Trisha and her sister rummage through a shoebox of recipes stored by their parents and wind up cooking: company chicken; mama's scalloped potatoes; and wild scuppernong pie with cinnamon swirl ice cream.

  • Trisha fixes lunch for her tour photographer. Including: cheeseburgers with garlic mayo; fried pickles and onion rings; a vanilla-orange tart; and sparkling cherry-lime soda.

  • Trisha goes on a factory tour at Colts Chocolates before before she goes back to her kitchen to prepare chocolate recipes. Featuring: Boston cream pie; chocolate-covered cereal mix; cafĂ© mocha; and a frozen chocolate mudslide.

  • A big football game requires a halftime-theme celebration with a menu that features pimento-cheese queso; spicy artichoke dip; and Nashville hot chicken meatball sliders. In addition: Trisha treats her visitors to lime-and-orange-wedge gelatin shots; and an end-zone dance contest.

  • Recipes that are finance-friendly and belly-filling are highlighted when Trisha's nephews come to see her from college. Featured: garlic popcorn; breakfast burritos; PBJ smoothies; Thai peanut butter ramen; and peanut butter mug cake with chocolate frosting.

  • Trisha and a pal get ready for ice skating lessons with the Nashville Predators. In addition: They fix recipes for glazed limoncello cookies; chicken-spinach lasagna; prosciutto-wrapped breadsticks; and shaved sweet tea ice.

  • Trisha and a pal get ready for boot camp. Afterward, they put together a menu that's light on calories but heavy on flavor. Recipes comprise of kale chips; lemony orzo chicken soup; chickpea-salad sandwiches; and an angel food cake with grapefruit compote.

  • Trisha gets ready for a holiday cookie swap by putting together a day of baking and drinking in the Season 8 finale. Recipes featured are: gingerbread cookies; caramel candy; and chocolate pinwheel cookies. Also: White Knight cocktails.

  • Trisha Yearwood gets ready for a fun-filled day with fabulous friends by fixing buffalo wing dip and chili mac. After fueling up, they go out for Prosecco cocktails on a party bike. Then, they go bowling and finish the day with marbled chocolate brownies.

  • Trisha Yearwood gives back on Thanksgiving, giving turkeys and canned goods to the YMCA of Nashville. Also: She fixes a portable holiday meal for her niece who's a nurse at the local hospital. Recipes include: sweet potato pudding; slow cooker pulled turkey; buttermilk cornbread; and cran-apple crisp.

  • Trisha Yearwood hosts an all-out New Orleans-themed celebration for her pals. Her menu for the festivities includes Beignets, Mini Crab Cakes, Roast Beef Po' Boys, and an Ode to NOLA Cocktail. And, of course, no Mardi Gras bash is complete without a brass band parade!

  • Trisha acts like she is on a cooking competition TV show when she prepares three courses using a mystery bundle of ingredients. She thinks up dishes, including a white wine spritzer with watermelon and basil; wild rice and mushroom soup; beef and vegetable stir-fry; and bread pudding with fruit sauce.

  • Ballgame grub. Recipes feature "Go Dawgs!" Greens; baked chicken tenders; simple blueberry pie bars; and a hard cider cocktail. Also: Trisha serves the first pitch and sings the National Anthem.

  • Trisha spends a day off cooking her weekend favorites and hanging out with her dog. She demonstrates recipes for praline cheesecake bars; jambalaya and rice; a ginger-grapefruit fizz; and a chocolate-covered snack called Pandora's box.

  • Easy-to-pepare foods for a stress-free picnic include orzo salad; watermelon salsa; apricot-rosemary glazed chicken; zucchini bread; and a citrus cocktail

  • Trisha has her girlfriends over for an outing of barbecue, cocktails and games. The menu features potato salad, pork ribs, a Cherry Moscow Mule, and butterscotch pie.

  • Five young musicians from the Music City Youth Orchestra are lucky to spend their time with Trisha Yearwood. Featuring: They perform the musical number "XXX's and OOO's." Also: They enjoy chicken enchiladas; nacho salads in a jar; and cinnamon cookies.

  • Trisha connects with her followers on social media while fixing brunch. Recipes featured are cinnamon-orange rolls; a Bloody Mary; cheesy spicy bacon straws; and hummingbird pancakes.

  • A java-inspired meal features coffee-coffee cake; coffee-rubbed fish tacos; and tiramisu affogato.

  • In the Season 8 opening, Trisha Yearwood invites the boys over for pizza and a movie. On the spread: malted milk fudge; an Italian seven-layer dip; basil-pesto pizza.

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