Trisha's Southern Kitchen

  • 2012
  • TV Show
  • TV-G

Country singer and cookbook author Trisha Yearwood prepares Southern favorites and shares stories in this cooking series.

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Sat Sep 23 10:30am
Seeing DoubleNew(Season 9, Episode 19) FOOD

Trisha Yearwood celebrates her wax figure being inducted into Nashville's Madame Tussauds Wax Museum. The menu includes ingredients that are used in at least two ways, like pork tenderloin with bacon onion jam.

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Sun Sep 24 7:30am
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.

I’ll Watch13 Watching
Sun Sep 24 12:00pm
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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Tue Sep 26 10:00am
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 Sep 26 10:30am
A Romantic Dinner(Season 5, Episode 11) FOOD

An anniversary dinner is prepared. On the menu: chicken saltimbocca; roasted vegetables with balsamic glaze; and chocolate-orange cake.

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Tue Sep 26 11:00am
The Yearwood Sunday Supper(Season 2, Episode 8) FOOD

Trisha re-creates the Sunday supper of her childhood. The menu includes roast beef with gravy; green beans; spoon rolls; and cocoa cake.

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Tue Sep 26 11:30am
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.

I’ll Watch13 Watching
Tue Sep 26 12:00pm
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…)

I’ll Watch3 Watching
Tue Sep 26 12:30pm
Seeing Double(Season 9, Episode 19) FOOD

Trisha Yearwood celebrates her wax figure being inducted into Nashville's Madame Tussauds Wax Museum. The menu includes ingredients that are used in at least two ways, like pork tenderloin with bacon onion jam.

I’ll Watch5 Watching
Sat Sep 30 10:30am
Trisha's Open House TailgateNew(Season 9, Episode 20) FOOD

Trisha brings the tailgate to her house to show that everyone can enjoy some tailgating fun. Recipes include a giant hoagie; sweet tots; loaded pizza dip; and dessert nachos. Pro football player DeMarco Murray visits.

Sun Oct 1 7:30am
Tailgating(Season 8, Episode 8) FOOD

Ballgame food. Recipes include "Go Dawgs!" Greens; baked chicken tenders; easy blueberry pie bars; and a hard cider cocktail. Also: Trisha throws out the first pitch and sings the National Anthem.

I’ll Watch10 Watching
Sun Oct 1 12:00pm
Halftime Funtime(Season 9, Episode 4) FOOD

A big football game calls for a halftime-theme party with a menu that includes pimento-cheese queso; spicy artichoke dip; and Nashville hot chicken meatball sliders. Also: Trisha treats her guests to lime-and-orange-wedge gelatin shots; and an end-zone dan (more…)

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Tue Oct 3 10:00am
Our Guys' Favorites(Season 6, Episode 9) FOOD

Father's Day is celebrated with a menu that includes biscuits and sausage gravy; taco pizza; and German chocolate cake with butterscotch frosting.

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Tue Oct 3 10:30am
Grandma Knows Best(Season 1, Episode 3) FOOD

Trisha Yearwood prepares her grandmother's recipes. Included: chicken and dumplings; deviled eggs; coconut cake with coconut-lemon glaze.

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Tue Oct 3 11:00am
Football, Friends and Comfort Food(Season 2, Episode 13) FOOD

Food is prepared for a day of watching football with girlfriends. Included: sausage hors d'oeuvres; corn chips and cheese dip; chili served with corn bread; and green punch.

I’ll Watch30 Watching
Tue Oct 3 11:30am
Tailgating(Season 8, Episode 8) FOOD

Ballgame food. Recipes include "Go Dawgs!" Greens; baked chicken tenders; easy blueberry pie bars; and a hard cider cocktail. Also: Trisha throws out the first pitch and sings the National Anthem.

I’ll Watch10 Watching
Tue Oct 3 12:00pm
Halftime Funtime(Season 9, Episode 4) FOOD

A big football game calls for a halftime-theme party with a menu that includes pimento-cheese queso; spicy artichoke dip; and Nashville hot chicken meatball sliders. Also: Trisha treats her guests to lime-and-orange-wedge gelatin shots; and an end-zone dan (more…)

I’ll Watch12 Watching
Tue Oct 3 12:30pm
Trisha's Open House Tailgate(Season 9, Episode 20) FOOD

Trisha brings the tailgate to her house to show that everyone can enjoy some tailgating fun. Recipes include a giant hoagie; sweet tots; loaded pizza dip; and dessert nachos. Pro football player DeMarco Murray visits.

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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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