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Sat Mar 4 10:30am
Country Music Hall of Fame(Season 7, Episode 8) FOOD

Trisha gives Reba McEntire a tour of her exhibit at the Country Music Hall of Fame in Nashville. Afterward, they cook a down-home dinner of bacon-wrapped turkey meatloaf, Brussels sprouts with dried cranberries and almonds, a sweet potato-apple-and-leek ca (more…)

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Sun Mar 5 7:30am
Simple Weeknight Solutions(Season 5, Episode 4) FOOD

Trisha shares some stress-free recipes. Included: lemon-citrus fish; herb-rice pilaf; and Mrs. Carter's skillet-apple pie.

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Sun Mar 5 10:00am
Get Glam Awards Day(Season 7, Episode 1) FOOD

Trisha eats light in preparation for the ASCAP Awards show in the Season 7 premiere. On the menu: a peanut-butter-and-banana breakfast smoothie; whipped sweet potatoes; chicken salad with homemade herbed crackers.

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Tue Mar 7 10:00am
A Wedding Shower to Remember(Season 2, Episode 1) FOOD

Season 2 begins with recipes for a bridal shower. Included: sugared pecans; mini sandwiches made with chicken-poppy-seed salad; and strawberry cupcakes. Also: Trisha serenades the couple of honor.

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Tue Mar 7 10:30am
Just Because Party(Season 5, Episode 13) FOOD

Trisha throws a "Just Because" party. The menu includes chicken-and-wild-rice casserole; zucchini cakes with herb sour cream; fresh apple pie; and a signature cocktail.

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Tue Mar 7 11:00am
Kelly Clarkson in the Kitchen(Season 4, Episode 3) FOOD

Kelly Clarkson stops by Trisha's house for a home-cooked meal. Recipes include corn salsa; stuffed pork chops; a sweet-and-crunchy garden salad; and Kelly's favorite no-bake squares made with chocolate, pretzels and peanut butter.

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Tue Mar 7 11:30am
Simple Weeknight Solutions(Season 5, Episode 4) FOOD

Trisha shares some stress-free recipes. Included: lemon-citrus fish; herb-rice pilaf; and Mrs. Carter's skillet-apple pie.

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Tue Mar 7 12:00pm
Get Glam Awards Day(Season 7, Episode 1) FOOD

Trisha eats light in preparation for the ASCAP Awards show in the Season 7 premiere. On the menu: a peanut-butter-and-banana breakfast smoothie; whipped sweet potatoes; chicken salad with homemade herbed crackers.

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Tue Mar 7 12:30pm
Country Music Hall of Fame(Season 7, Episode 8) FOOD

Trisha gives Reba McEntire a tour of her exhibit at the Country Music Hall of Fame in Nashville. Afterward, they cook a down-home dinner of bacon-wrapped turkey meatloaf, Brussels sprouts with dried cranberries and almonds, a sweet potato-apple-and-leek ca (more…)

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Sat Mar 11 10:30am
Chop Chop(Season 8, Episode 9) FOOD

Trisha pretends to be on cooking competition TV show when she makes three courses using a mystery basket of ingredients. She comes up with dishes, including a white wine spritzer with watermelon and basil; wild rice and mushroom soup; beef and vegetable st (more…)

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Sun Mar 12 7:30am
Indoor Camping(Season 4, Episode 11) FOOD

A meal for nieces and nephews who are camping inside Trisha's living room. On the menu: banana bread; saucy trout; Spanish rice and grilled zucchini.

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Sun Mar 12 10:00am
Record Release Party(Season 6, Episode 8) FOOD

Trisha hosts a release party for a special limited-edition record. She prepares finger foods, including mini sausage-cheddar biscuits; chicken salad with fruit in lettuce cups; and vanilla cupcakes with peanut butter frosting

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Tue Mar 14 10:00am
Make-Ahead Meals(Season 4, Episode 9) FOOD

A hip-hop dance class is followed by a make-ahead meal featuring a baked spaghetti pie, spinach salad with garlic dressing, and a cheesecake with fresh strawberry sauce.

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Tue Mar 14 10:30am
Staycation(Season 3, Episode 3) FOOD

Trisha prepares a menu featuring international flavors. Included: avocado salsa; pad Thai; Hawaiian fruit salad; and an Old Yeller drink recipe.

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Tue Mar 14 11:00am
Retro TV Dinners(Season 4, Episode 1) FOOD

Trisha and her sister Beth get into the spirit of the 1950s as they prepare a retro TV dinner in the fourth-season premiere. Included: individual chicken potpies; green beans with cheese sauce; and frosted cupcakes filled with chocolate pudding.

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Tue Mar 14 11:30am
Indoor Camping(Season 4, Episode 11) FOOD

A meal for nieces and nephews who are camping inside Trisha's living room. On the menu: banana bread; saucy trout; Spanish rice and grilled zucchini.

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Tue Mar 14 12:00pm
Record Release Party(Season 6, Episode 8) FOOD

Trisha hosts a release party for a special limited-edition record. She prepares finger foods, including mini sausage-cheddar biscuits; chicken salad with fruit in lettuce cups; and vanilla cupcakes with peanut butter frosting

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Tue Mar 14 12:30pm
Chop Chop(Season 8, Episode 9) FOOD

Trisha pretends to be on cooking competition TV show when she makes three courses using a mystery basket of ingredients. She comes up with dishes, including a white wine spritzer with watermelon and basil; wild rice and mushroom soup; beef and vegetable st (more…)

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  • Premiered: April 14, 2012
  • Rating: TV-G
  • Premise: Country singer and cookbook author Trisha Yearwood prepares Southern favorites and shares stories in this cooking series. (more)

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