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.
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, are exploring some family history and recipes that go beyond their Southern heritage. The sisters cook their own versions of traditional English, Irish and Scottish recipes while reminiscing about their trip to England and the cool things they learned about their ancestors. Their menu, which has a Southern spin, includes Savory Cheddar, Tomato and Herb Popovers, Cast Iron Roast Beef with Veggies and Sauce, Braised Red Cabbage, Apples and Bacon and, finally, Homemade Raspberry Shortcake.
365体育竞猜Trisha Yearwood loves a good brunch, so she's preparing a spread that features a twist on brunch classics. She makes Muffin Tin Veggie Baked Eggs with Roasted Red Pepper, Kale and Scallions, plus Fried Chicken and Cornmeal Pancakes and Black Pepper Bacon. For something sweet, she whips up Pecan and Spiced Honey Fruit Salad. Trisha tops off her brunch with some inspirational music as she's joined by her backup singers, The Wall of Sound.
Trisha Yearwood is a huge fan of husband and wife singer-songwriters Jason Isbell and Amanda Shires. True to southern hospitality, Trisha invites them over for a delicious meal with an added kick. On the menu is a refreshing Hatch Chili Watermelon Spritzer, a Tamale Pie that's truly top-notch, Wild Mushroom Blackened Poblano Tacos and a Spiced Chocolate Tart for dessert.
Trisha Yearwood invites her favorite gals over for an evening around the campfire, complete with karaoke! They enjoy Caprese Kebabs and Quinoa Corn Chowder with Shrimp, Andouille Sausage and Pepper Pouches that cook on the fire. To drink, there's a tea and lemon punch, and for dessert, Trisha makes the ultimate S'mores Bar.
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.
365体育竞猜Growing up, Trisha Yearwood's mom would wake up Trisha and her sister, Beth, in the middle of the night to stargaze in their cow pasture. With this memory in mind, Trisha and Beth spend the afternoon making a quick and easy dinner of Bacon Wrapped Dried Apricots, Grilled Garlic Caesar Salad and Grilled Summer Veggie Pasta. After a little Lemon Blackberry Cheesecake Parfait for dessert, they head outside to watch Mother Nature's stunning spectacle.
Trisha Yearwood invites her band over for snacks before they play Nashville's legendary music venue, The Bluebird Cafe. Her menu includes Cornbread and Chili Bites, Orange Barbecue Steak Kabobs, Charred Lemon Ricotta Dip with Dippers and a Summer Veggie Flatbread.
Trisha Yearwood's friend, singer/songwriter Sunny Sweeney, is in town, so Trisha decides to throw an impromptu get-together. Trisha whips up a quick and easy summer menu of Roasted Red Pepper Hummus, Cucumber Bites, Pulled Chicken Sandwiches with Spicy Slaw, and a refreshing Grape Salad. Sunny joins Trisha in the kitchen, and later the two sing a duet for their friend Mandy.
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 music. The menu includes a spin on the classic PB and J, Cherry and Boiled Peanut Bruschetta. They also make Roasted Sweet Vidalia Pork Loin, Collard Cobbler and a final nod to the South, Mini Georgia Peach Cheesecake, for dessert.
365体育竞猜Trisha Yearwood invites her friend Sarah Gavigan -- owner of Japanese pub-style restaurant Bar Otaku -- to her home for a Japanese-infused Southern meal. Her menu features Smashed Cucumber Salad, Ramen-Inspired Soup with Soy Marinated Eggs, Glazed Veggie Skewers and Japanese Breaded Pork Cutlets with Sweet Tomato Soy Sauce.
365体育竞猜After sitting down for an interview with radio personality Delilah to promote her new album, Trisha Yearwood invites the famous host to her home to enjoy a night in with her girlfriends. Her menu features Broccoli Cheddar Mac n' Cheese, Brown Butter Honey Cookie Bars, French Onion Dip Popcorn, Mini Meatball Sliders and Frozen Ice Pops.
365体育竞猜Trisha Yearwood and her sister, Beth, get ready for their book club! First, Beth heads to a local bookstore, where she runs into bestselling author, Ann Patchett. After picking out a book, she joins Trisha in the kitchen, where they make a wine-inspired menu of Rotini with Chicken Marsala Ragout, Red Wine Chocolate Cake and Beth's Arugula Salad with Sparkling Wine Vinaigrette.
Trisha's nephew Kyle and two of his college friends are visiting for a weekend of fun and some home cooked food! While the boys are having fun on the lake, Trisha whips up a protein-packed meal of Sausage and Peppers, Garth's Pasta Salad, Power Balls and Chewy Chocolate Chip Cookies.
365体育竞猜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.
365体育竞猜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.
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 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!
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'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 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. They enjoy Peach Half and Half Cocktails while sampling Hot Chicken Chili, Country Ham Biscuits and Chive Pimento Cheese. Their heart-to-heart wraps up with the most delightful treat, Peanut Butter and Roasted Banana Pudding.
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.
The Nashville restaurant scene has exploded, and one of the town's favorites is a place called Biscuit Love. Trisha Yearwood takes her sister, Beth, to sample some of their most popular dishes. Then, they give those flavors a twist at home, making Hot Chicken on Trisha's Angel Biscuit with Mama's White Gravy, Biscuit Waffles with Lemon Cream, an Oatmeal Biscuit with Apple Yogurt, and Creamy Grits with Tomato Gravy and Greens.
365体育竞猜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.
365体育竞猜Trisha Yearwood and her sister, Beth, volunteer for snack duty with the nonprofit organization Play Like a Girl, which encourages girls to participate in sports to build confidence. Trisha and Beth teach them how to make Easy Snack Skewers and then have fun playing like girls! Inspired by the day, Trisha whips up some other snacks, too, including Baked Apple Chips with Rainbow Fruit Salsa, Power Wraps with Sweet Potato Hummus and Chocolate Chip Banana Muffins.