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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".

Trisha's Southern Kitchen is a series that is currently running and has 16 seasons (211 episodes). The series first aired on April 14, 2012.

Where do I stream Trisha's Southern Kitchen online? Trisha's Southern Kitchen is available for streaming on Food Network, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Trisha's Southern Kitchen on demand at Philo, Food Network, FuboTV online.

Saturdays 11:00 AM/ET on Food Network
16 Seasons, 211 Episodes
April 14, 2012
Cast: Trisha Yearwood
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Trisha's Southern Kitchen Full Episode Guide

  • A look back at some great game day and tailgating recipes; jalapeno-stuffed curly dogs, buffalo pierogies, baked chicken tenders with cheese cracker breading and no-bake rocky road bars.

  • Gwen's old-fashioned potato-beef casserole; Jack's Brunswick stew; Uncle Wilson's grilled onions and coconut cloud cake.

  • Whether it's grilled, seared, smoked or baked, Trisha Yearwood has meat covered. She and her friend, Glenda, look back on Trisha's tastiest savory specialties, including Breakfast Burgers with French Toast Buns, Pork Tenderloin with Bacon-Onion Jam, Oven Beer Can Chicken and BBQ Beef Brisket.

  • Trisha Yearwood's daughter, Allie, joins her in the kitchen to learn some tips and tricks as they breathe new life into some favorite childhood dishes. First up, Steak and Avocado Rolls are a spin on family sushi nights. Then, there's Pecan Crusted Chicken, Butter Poached Veggies and Cheesy Rice Pilaf -- yum!

  • Trisha Yearwood celebrates her friend Glenda's birthday with a slumber party in comfy clothes, and delicious treats are on the menu. Glenda's favorite Dirty Martini is followed by a gorgeous Charcuterie Board of cheese, meats, veggies and bread, served with Cheese Fondue. Then, Sweet Chili Garlic Wings are out of this world, and it's all topped off with a Key Lime Vanilla Birthday Cake.

  • Trisha Yearwood hosts singer Caylee Hammack to share stories of their roots and indulge in a menu that takes them back to their days in Georgia. First up, there's BBQ Pulled Pork with Gravy, then a Cheesy Caramelized Onion Bacon Dip that's beyond delicious and Creamed Corn, a classic Southern staple. For dessert, Trisha makes a Peach Melba Pie with Buttermilk Caramel.

  • Trisha Yearwood invites fellow country singer Ashley McBryde over for a day of grilling and music. They make a Charred Tomato and Scallion Salad, super-easy Grilled Potato Bites and a flavorful Porterhouse with Horseradish Sauce.

  • Trisha Yearwood invites friends to a meal inspired by her annual trip to the South Beach Wine and Food Festival in Florida. The menu includes Bacon Corn Muffins with Orange Butter, Shrimp with Mango Salsa and Florida Citrus Bars.

  • To celebrate Mothers Day, Trisha Yearwood treats her sister, Beth, to a meal of her favorites. The menu includes Blueberry Pancake Cake, a hearty Sausage and Veggie Breakfast Casserole and delicious Pimento Cheese Bacon Grits.

  • Trisha Yearwood's talented friend, Kristin Chenoweth, visits Nashville for a Southern Broadway experience. On the menu, there's Big Apple Slaw, Cola Brisket Sliders with Ranch and Comedy Tragedy Black and White Cookies.

  • Trisha Yearwood takes brunch to the next level with a Mexican-themed food and beverage buffet. She makes a a Loaded Bloody Maria with Tequila, a Build-Your-Own-Taco Bar, Mini Muffin French Toast and more.

  • Trisha Yearwood invites fellow country singer Ashley McBryde over for a day of grilling, music and good company. They make a Charred Tomato and Scallion Salad, super-easy Grilled Potato Bites, a flavorful Porterhouse with Horseradish Sauce and, for dessert, Raspberry Chocolate Rice Cereal Treats.

  • Trisha Yearwood enjoys her annual escape to the South Beach Wine and Food Festival in Florida, where she hosts events. To share this taste of summer, Trisha invites friends over for a South Beach-inspired meal. The menu includes Cafe Cubanos iced coffee, Bacon Corn Muffins with Orange Butter, Shrimp with Mango Salsa and Florida Citrus Bars as the perfect sweet treat.

  • To celebrate Mother's Day, Trisha Yearwood treats her sister, Beth, to a special meal of some favorite recipes. The menu includes Blueberry Pancake Cake, a hearty Sausage and Veggie Breakfast Casserole and Pimento Cheese Bacon Grits that are oh-so-delicious. Plus, there's something Trisha likes to call "Mama's Little Helper Cocktail."

  • Trisha Yearwood celebrates her love of an Italian meal by cooking up a menu filled with an abundance of flavor and memories. She invites her neighbor, Kathy, to help, and Trisha learns how to make fresh pasta from scratch! To pair with the pasta, she prepares a Hazelnut Arugula Pesto, giant Meatballs with Marinara and a side of Charred Green Beans. For dessert, there's a delicious No-Bake Espresso Ricotta Cheesecake.

  • Trisha Yearwood and fellow country music artist Lauren Alaina bonded over their love of fast food. Trisha invites Lauren over for a day filled with laughter and a mashup of their favorites. The menu includes a Cherry Lime Slushie, French Bread Pizza, Mini Roast Beef and Cheese Sandwiches and Loaded Taco Waffle Fries -- yum!

  • Trisha Yearwood's gal pals, Jenn and Sara, are visiting from out of town. After a tour of the city, Trisha prepares a classic Nashville meal that includes Pickle-Brined Fried Chicken and Hot Pepper Honey Cornbread. The most-colorful Molasses Glazed Rainbow Carrots and a Chow Chow Potato Salad round out the delicious menu.

  • Trisha Yearwood and her friend Glenda look back at Trisha's best game day recipes that have scored points with party guests over the years. Featuring Nashville hot chicken meatball sliders, Philly cheesesteak pull-apart bread and a giant hoagie.

  • Trisha Yearwood invites her longtime friend, Julie, into the kitchen for a day celebrating all things bread. As they swap childhood bread-making stories, they create a menu that includes Creamy Tomato Soup, No-Knead Cheddar Bread, Hearty "BLT" Sandwiches and Chocolate Orange Bread Pudding to finish the amazing meal.

  • Inspired by their favorite guilty-pleasure treats, Trisha Yearwood cooks a meal of indulgent foods for her friends, Glenda and Callie. The menu includes loaded Southern Disco Fries, the most over-the-top Party Burger, Dill Pickle Popcorn and Jalapeno Popper Dip.

  • To celebrate the adoption anniversary of her dog, Millie, Trisha Yearwood makes a healthy lunch with her friend, Lisa, before taking their dogs on a hike. The menu includes Blistered Grapes with Honey and Ricotta, Oven Beef Jerky, Green Onion Garlicky Wild Rice and a hearty, flavorful Bone Broth-Braised Turmeric Chicken with Veggies.

  • Trisha meets with the owner of High Garden Tea to gather ingredients for a comforting meal. The menu includes Tea-Poached Pear and Goat Cheese Galette, and Mushroom and Butternut Squash Risotto.

  • Trisha Yearwood takes inspiration from holiday traditions and invites friends and family to her home for a tree-trimming party. This celebration includes a menu of toasted gruyere and cranberry cups, as well as maple apricot-glazed ham.

  • Trisha invites Kelsea Ballerini over to share stories from their journeys in country music. Kelsea represents the new wave of female country artists who, like Trisha and the trailblazing musicians before her, are empowering young women today.

  • Trisha and her sister uses fall crops in preparing a meal for the Nashville Food Project staff and farmers.

  • Trisha Yearwood invites her longtime friend and fellow artist, Ricky Skaggs, and his wife, Sharon White, over for a meal filled with laughter and song. They cook beloved Southern comfort foods and reflect on their shared decades-long careers in country.

  • With Halloween right around the corner, Trisha Yearwood gets decked out in her best Roaring Twenties look and gets help from her friend, Glenda, to decorate for guests arriving in style to their Ghoulish Gatsby Party. In the kitchen, she and Glenda prepare a whimsical menu that includes a Festive Fruit Gelatin Mold, decadent and crunchy Fried Olives, Shrimp Cocktail with Dipping Sauces and Spider Web Deviled Eggs. They also mix up an elegant Apple Champagne Cocktail for toasting.

  • The success of Trisha Yearwood's single, "Every Girl in this Town," is an incredible career milestone, so Trisha cooks some recipes that remind her of some of her other most-memorable career milestones. The menu includes Herbed Cheese, Cucumber and Radish Tea Sandwiches and a spin on classic fish and chips, Fried Flounder with Sweet Pepper Mayo, Bacon Blue Cheese and Potato Hash. She caps off her trip down memory lane with Strawberry Cake with Basil Whipped Cream.

  • Trisha Yearwood brings the American county fair tradition to her own backyard. She prepares tasty fairground favorites before her neighborhood friends and their kids come by to join the fun! Trisha's fair-inspired menu includes Mini Corn Dogs, Cotton Candy Lemonade Slushies, Soft Pizza Pretzels and an irresistible mashup of fair favorites, the Funnel Cake Ice Cream Sandwich.

  • Trisha Yearwood is celebrating the release of her album, "Every Girl," with a special party for her songwriters and collaborators. She makes some of her favorite party dishes, including Herby Butter Bean Dip, an Heirloom Tomato Tart and Chicken Parm Sliders. While enjoying Lime Creme Brulee Bars for dessert, Trisha shares stories from the process of making her new album.

  • Tailgating usually goes hand in hand with sports events, but Trisha Yearwood has been hosting music-themed tailgate parties ever since her husband Garth Brooks' stadium tour.