Cranberry pecan baked brie; fruitcake cookies; holiday deviled eggs; pigs in a wreath and a festive punch; Glenda and her husband come over for a joyful rendition of Garth's song, "Ugly Christmas Sweater."
Spicy black eyed pea salad; jerk chicken with tropical chutney; spiced plantain chips with mint garlic sauce; a mango lime spritzer; Trisha later surprises her backup singers with backstage passes to meet John Legend.
Trisha Yearwood hosts a misfit Thanksgiving for all her local friends; orange maple glazed turkey; rosemary shallot gravy; slow cooker acorn squash; roasted chestnut apple stuffing; champagne with pomegranate; spice cake with lemon sauce.
Trisha whips up roasted cherry tomato, ricotta and basil crostini; angel hair pasta with chicken avocado pesto; grilled baby eggplant with balsamic glaze; painted white chocolate bark.
Trisha Yearwood spent the morning playing paintball and recounts the crazy battles and most memorable moments; garlic knots with an easy ranch dipping sauce; pasta pizza, cherry lime soda and a cola cake.
Trisha Yearwood invites her friend Glenda over to try some Halloween costume ideas and test some Halloween recipes; Jack-O'-Lantern stuffed peppers; roasted butternut squash hummus with spooky chips; caramel apples and a black light cocktail.
Trisha brings the tailgate to her house to show that everyone can enjoy some tailgating fun; a giant hoagie; sweet tots; loaded pizza dip; dessert nachos; pro football player DeMarco Murray.
Trisha Yearwood celebrates her wax figure being inducted into Madame Tussauds Wax Museum; pork tenderloin with bacon onion jam; apple cider and sauteed apple basmati rice; warm wax bean salad with roasted tomatoes and sun-dried tomato dressing.
Danica Patrick helps Trisha in the kitchen; a cubano sandwich with quick pickles; pressure cooker potatoes with smoky aioli; three bean salad with lemon dijon vinaigrette; no-bake rocky road bars; Mojitos.
Wildly inventive meals that fuse together breakfast and dinner ingredients; corn cakes and country ham scramble with red eye gravy; a flannel hash; sweet smoky hot sauce; a peaches and cream trifle with blueberry sauce.
Tricia hosts Hawaiian-themed cookout for visiting friends, featuring dishes inspired by trips to Hawaii; rum-glazed shrimp skewers with mint chimichurri; crunchy slaw; mai tais and grilled dessert pizza.
Notched up versions of campfire favorites including filet mignon chili, grilled corn with jalapeno butter, s'mores fondue and campfire cocktails.
A doughnut-based menu, including green onion cheddar doughnuts, doughnut grilled cheese, tortellini soup and an iced cafe bombon.
Trisha Yearwood and her friend Julie prepare spicy foods; spicy chipotle peanuts; South Tex-Mex rice; spicy turkey lettuce cups with red pepper jelly; blackberry black pepper cocktails.
Trisha Yearwood and her sister, Beth, prepare for their book club with a wine-inspired menu; Beth runs into bestselling author, Ann Patchett; rotini with chicken marsala ragout; red wine chocolate cake; arugula salad with sparkling wine vinaigrette.
Trisha Yearwood and her sister, Beth, head out to a local farm and pick their own arugula; slow cooker pork loin; mushroom, asparagus and arugula risotto; strawberry buttermilk ice cream with homemade waffle cones.
Trisha Yearwood creates a menu based on her experience in Portland, Ore.; filthy dirty martinis with blue cheese-stuffed olives; mashed potatoes; creamed spinach; cherry almond skillet shortbread; well-done steak; Trisha and Robert sing a duet.
Trisha Yearwood and her sister learn the basics of egg farming; avocado toast with scrambled eggs; deviled egg salad club sandwiches; sweet potato asparagus hash with fried eggs; chocolate souffles with triple raspberry sauce.
The gang hangs around after filming Trisha's online streaming show, Coffee Talk; Mexican iced coffee; quick roasted chicken with garlicky herb sauce; cheesy hasselback potatoes; a ginger peach crumble with buttered pecan topping.
Trisha Yearwood and her sister, Beth, go through mom and dad's shoe box of recipes; company chicken; Mama's scalloped potatoes; wild scuppernong pie with cinnamon swirl ice cream.
Trisha Yearwood invites over her tour photographer to snap some pictures in exchange for a home-cooked lunch; cheeseburgers with garlic mayo, fried pickles and onion rings; a vanilla orange tart; sparkling cherry lime soda.
Trisha Yearwood visits Mackenzie Colt, owner of the famous Colts Chocolates, to get a tour of the factory; Boston cream pie; chocolate-covered cereal mix; cafe mocha; frozen chocolate mudslide.
Trisha Yearwood invites family and friends over for a halftime-themed party; pimento cheese queso; spicy artichoke dip; Nashville hot chicken meatball sliders; lime and orange wedge gelatin shots; end zone dance competition.
Trisha Yearwood shows her nephews some budget-friendly and belly-filling recipes; garlic popcorn; breakfast burritos; PBJ smoothies; Thai peanut butter ramen; peanut butter mug cake with chocolate icing.
Trisha Yearwood and her friend Glenda prepare food in exchange for skating lessons from Nashville's hockey team, the Predators; glazed limoncello cookies; chicken spinach lasagna; prosciutto-wrapped breadsticks; shaved sweet tea ice.
Trisha Yearwood and her friend Natalie head to boot camp and then whip up a low-calorie but high flavor menu; kale chips; lemony orzo chicken soup; chickpea salad sandwiches; angel food cake with grapefruit compote.
Trisha Yearwood's close friends, Kim and Lisa, join her for a day of baking and drinking; gingerbread cookies; caramel candy and chocolate pinwheel cookies; white knight cocktails; inventive and festive cookie swap ideas.
Trisha Yearwood prepares for a fun-filled day with friends by making Buffalo wing dip and chili mac; the group heads out on a party bike to enjoy Prosecco Cocktails; the friends go bowling and end the day with marbled chocolate brownies.
Trisha and Beth deliver turkeys and donate food to the YWCA of Nashville, Tenn.; they cook a portable meal of sweet potato pudding, slow-cooker pulled turkey, buttermilk cornbread and cran-apple crisp for Trisha's niece, Ashley, a nurse.
Trisha throws an all-out New Orleans-themed party for her friends; the menu features Beignets, mini crab cakes, roast beef Po' Boys, and an Ode to NOLA Cocktail; the party is complete with a brass band parade.
Trisha and her sister decide to have a food competition in their own kitchen; Beth creates a mystery basket of ingredients; Trisha creates a white wine spritzer; wild rice and mushroom soup, beef and vegetable stir fry and bread pudding.
Trisha makes Go Dawgs! Greens, baked chicken tenders and easy blueberry pie bars; after enjoying the food and a hard cider cocktail at the tailgate, Trisha heads into the ballpark to throw out the first pitch and sing the National Anthem.
Trisha takes advantage of a rare day off by preparing her weekend favorites and hanging out with her dog, Emmy; recipes include praline cheesecake bars, jambalaya and rice, a ginger grapefruit fizz and a chocolate-covered snack called Pandora's Box.
Trisha and her sister, Beth, take advantage of a beautiful day by preparing for a picnic; recipes include orzo salad, watermelon salsa, apricot rosemary glazed chicken, zucchini bread and a citrus cocktail.
Trisha invites her girlfriends, Jenn and Sara, for a day of barbecue, cocktails and games; she prepares potato salad; barbecue pork ribs; cherry Moscow mule; butterscotch pie.
Trisha welcomes five young musicians from the Music City Youth Orchestra and the group performs Trisha's hit XXX's and OOO's with her; makes a hearty, cheesy chicken enchilada; nacho salads in a jar; ends the day with cinnamon cookies.
Trisha spends the day sharing fan videos and stories from social media while cooking up brunch; cinnamon orange rolls; Bloody Mary; cheesy spicy bacon straws; hummingbird pancakes.
Trisha's menu features coffee-inspired dishes including Coffee Coffee Cake, coffee-rubbed fish tacos and a tiramisu affogato.
The guys are invited over for pizza and a movie; Trisha makes malted milk fudge; Trisha's nephew, Kyle, helps her make an Italian seven-layer dip; Trisha's cowboy tour manager, Chuck, learns how to make a basil pesto pizza.
Midwestern butter burger with ale-infused cheese sauce; pretzel-crusted fried cheese with spicy ranch dipping sauce; deep-dish pecan pie.
Trisha Yearwood and her family volunteer on a Habitat for Humanity build, and Trisha offers to feed the crew with ham and pimento cheese biscuit sandwiches, baked potato soup, taco-stuffed potato skins and chocolate fudge chip cookies.
Avocado pesto toast with a lightened-up tomato bisque; black-eyed pea stew and a healthier take on quick buttery biscuits with maple butter; lemon olive oil cupcakes with coconut whipped cream.
Trisha and her sister, Beth, make a barbecue, or Barbie Q feast featuring Barbie-Q chicken sliders with sweet and spicy Quickles, a quick coleslaw, smashed potato salad and mini Key lime cheesecakes.
Hash browns with cheesy eggs and avocado; restoring and caring for cast iron; country ham carbonara; buttermilk strawberry skillet cake with whipped cream and sugared pecans.
Reba McEntire joins Trisha in the kitchen where they whip up a dinner of bacon-wrapped turkey meatloaf, brussels sprouts with dried cranberries and almonds, sweet potato, apple and leek casserole, and Kyle's lemon pound cake with Reba's royal glaze.
Garth spends the day cooking for Trisha's birthday, making double French toast, chicken Alfredo and a salad with creamy feta dressing and double-stuffed brownies.
Hot chicken on Trisha's angel biscuit with Mama's white gravy; biscuit waffles with lemon cream; oatmeal biscuit with apple yogurt; creamy grits with tomato gravy and greens.
Trisha Yearwood's nephew and his college pals host their first game-day party, so Trisha shows them how to make a variety game day dips including a black-eyed pea dip, a caramelized onion dip and a pistachio cheese dip.
Trisha Yearwood invites her friends over for an evening around the campfire, complete with karaoke; they enjoy caprese kebabs, quinoa corn chowder with shrimp, andouille sausage, pepper pouches, and a tea and lemon punch.
Trisha Yearwood has a busy week and needs to plan ahead to stay fueled up; for breakfast, she makes a spinach frittata, then she takes a few minutes to prepare a late-night dinner; she makes a slow-cooker beef brisket for the rest of the week.
Trisha Yearwood visits Graceland with her friend, Julie; they pay homage to Elvis with a banana pancake sandwich; they also make tamale-style pulled pork, and a vanilla milkshake with peanut-covered straws.
Trisha Yearwood needs a day of eating light to get ready for the ASCAP awards; throughout the day, she has a peanut butter and banana breakfast smoothie, a chicken salad, avocado and cheddar panini and a chocolate cake in a mug.
Trisha throws an impromptu get-together for singer-songwriter Sunny Sweeney, featuring an easy summer menu of roasted red pepper hummus, cucumber bites, pulled chicken sandwiches with spicy slaw, and a refreshing grape salad.
Warm feta artichoke dip; shrimp croquettes with green peas; chocolate chip cheesecake bars.
Biscuits and sausage gravy; Garth's personal creation, taco pizza; German chocolate cake with butterscotch frosting.
Mini sausage cheddar biscuits; chicken salad with fruit in lettuce cups; vanilla cupcakes with peanut butter frosting.
Favorite family grilling recipes including Mike's pork candy, Mary's baked beans, in the husk grilled corn on the cob, and Trisha's grilled pineapple served with ice cream and a warm apricot sauce.
Make-ahead dishes including chicken broccoli casserole and French coconut pie; mixed green salad with roasted cherry tomatoes and fried goat cheese croutons.
A hearty, and good-for-you, meal of kale and chorizo soup, smashed sweet pea burgers with a side of cold cucumber salad, and baked apples for dessert.
In honor of her sister, Beth, Trisha prepares a meal full of Beth's personal favorites like maple-glazed salmon, potato casserole, roasted broccoli and carrots with carrot-top pesto, and apple and chocolate cake.
A hearty Italian feast consisting of penne with spicy sausage sauce, garlic bread, orange and almond biscotti and a special cocktail called Knockout Punch.
Indulgent comfort food dishes include cornbread salad with buttermilk chive dressing, cowboy lasagna, and Venita's chocolate chip cookies.
Bacon waffles with maple syrup; asparagus frittata; lemon blueberry bread; a cinnamon cereal cocktail.
Trisha and her niece Ashley share healthy cooking secrets while preparing raspberry chicken, big green salad with feta, garbanzo, walnuts, lemon juice and olive oil, edamame parmesan and chocolate angel food cake with macerated strawberries.
Trisha and her sister, Beth, prepare a Christmas Eve dinner of honey mustard glazed ham, grits and greens casserole, sautéed parsnips and carrots and a snappy pear crumble for dessert.
Chicken and wild rice casserole; zucchini cakes with herb sour cream; fresh apple pie.
Trisha hosts her family for Thanksgiving and makes her uncle's famous ranch-injected fried turkey; brussels sprouts with pistachios; broccoli cornbread; lemon pecan pie.
Chicken saltimbocca; roasted vegetables with balsamic glaze; chocolate orange cake.
Trisha's versions of some of Julia Childs' French dishes including beef bourguignon, potato pancakes and apple charlotte.
Ree Drummond visits Trisha in the kitchen where they cook chicken fried steak, spinach with bacon and onions, baked macaroni and cheese and chocolate pie.
Trisha treats her band to a surprise dinner of slow cooker stout beef stew, lettuce wedge with blue cheese dressing and Texas sheet cake with chocolate ganache.
Bite-sized and individually portioned items including creamy asparagus soup, mini egg salad sandwiches, mini stuffed peppers and mini monkey bread muffins.
Turkey meatloaf sandwich; Gwen's coleslaw; Mari's oatmeal cookies; pineapple sweet tea.
A protein-packed meal of sausage and peppers, Garth's pasta salad, power balls and chewy chocolate chip cookies.
Simple and stress-free recipes; lemon citrus fish; white rice herb pilaf; Mrs. Carter's skillet apple pie.
Sloppy Joes; green salad with French dressing; Mama's home cooked fries; chocolate peppermint milkshake.
Barbecue master and restaurant owner John Cash joins Trisha in the kitchen; brisket recipes; unfried pickles with ranch dressing; cooked-to-death green beans; blackberry cobbler.
Trisha's sister, Beth, joins her in the kitchen to make a bacon, jalapeno pimento cheese and fried green tomatoes sandwich, deviled eggs with sour cream and bacon, and a banana pudding cake.
Gold medal-winning gymnasts Nadia Comaneci and Bart Conner visit; pork medallions; garlic grits casserole; pineapple upside down cake.
A freezer friendly menu designed around chocolate features Colleen's chocolate fudge, chocolate pound cake, chocolate chip cookie dough balls and chocolate hurricane cocktails.
Trisha's niece and nephew are on hand to help her make banana bread, saucy trout, Spanish rice and grilled zucchini for a camp friendly meal.
Former NFL star Kurt Warner and his wife, Brenda, help Trisha prepare crowd pleasing recipes including BBQ pork ribs, easy baked beans, and butterscotch peanut butter bars.
Baked spaghetti pie; spinach salad with garlic dressing; a cheesecake with fresh strawberry sauce.
Trisha cooks up some comfort food to welcome her friend Wendy Williams; ribbon meatloaf; creamed style corn; decadent banana pudding; cherry ginger julep.
Chef Art Smith visits Trisha in the kitchen to share some healthy but classic Southern dishes; slimmed down carrot cake; un-fried chicken; the ultimate garlic cauliflower mash.
Trisha and her sister Beth throw a joint birthday party for each other at the local bowling alley with a menu that includes ranch dressing cheese log, mini chicken pizzas and chocolate cake with divinity frosting.
Trisha invites the band to a holiday brunch featuring Cordelia's roast beef, asparagus casserole, cherry muffins, and a gingerbread cocktail.
A finger food menu includes Warren's chicken bites, cream cheese roll ups and Mamie's teacakes.
Kelly Clarkson stops by for a visit; Trisha makes a quick corn salsa and stuffed pork chops with a garden salad.
A stress free Thanksgiving meal featuring turkey and dressing casserole, turkey gravy, buttery roasted carrots and sweet potato pie.
Trisha and her sister Beth create a retro inspired meal featuring individual chicken pot pies, green beans with cheese sauce, and chocolate pudding frosted cupcakes.
Trisha and her college roommates Beth and Donna make marinated vegetable salad, chicken piccata, and brownie batter cookies.
Breakfast sausage casserole; Beth's hash brown potato casserole; pecan pie muffins; grapefruit pineapple Bellini.
Slow-cooked comfort foods including chicken and rice soup, meatloaf, and sour cream coffee cake.
Trisha and her sister Beth cook some their favorite foods from childhood including Gwen's potato beef casserole, collard greens and iced Italian cream cake.
Trisha and her sister Beth make some of Trisha's favorites including easy Thousand Island dressing, creamed beef on toast and strawberry shortcake.
Great recipes for weeknight suppers include pork chops and rice, green beans and tomatoes and lemon squares for dessert.
Trisha, her sister Beth, and friend Karri, prepare a feast in homage to their favorite movie, "Steel Magnolias" with jalapeno poppers and red velvet cake.
Finger-friendly poker party food includes meatballs, a cheeseboat, spicy edamame hummus and a lipstick mandarin cocktail.
Trisha and her Zumba friends get together for a Latin-themed feast that features salsa, a chicken tortilla casserole, cheater beans and frozen "sangaritas."
Trisha cooks up some "manly" food including pulled pork sandwiches, baked bean casserole and sweet potato salad.
International favorites such as avocado salsa, pad thai, Hawaiian fruit salad and the Old Yeller cocktail.
The family celebrates the graduations of Trisha's niece and nephew; broccoli salad; pimento cheese spread; cheese-stuffed burgers; pound cake with fruit compote.
Trisha's friend Karri helps her grill up a marinated steak with twice-baked potatoes and a tossed salad with raspberry vinaigrette; the girls hit the town for some costumed karaoke.
Sausage hors d'oeuvres; cheese dip with corn chips; chili with sour cream corn bread.
Catfish; cornmeal hushpuppies; home-style french fries; fourth of July coleslaw; peach cobbler.
Corn flake chicken; winter veggie soup; Greek salad; Betty's apple ambrosia.
Blueberry pancakes; Garth's breakfast bowl; apple dumplings.
Roast beef with gravy; Tom Cruise green beans; spoon rolls; cocoa cake.
Trisha invites her friend Lisa and her daughters to the kitchen to bake cookies for the annual holiday cookie swap.
Trisha is joined in the kitchen by her husband, Garth Brooks, to create dishes they love to cook together; black bean lasagna, Thai salad, Miss Mickey's peanut butter balls and lemonade.
Baked ham with a brown sugar glaze; strawberry salad; asparagus bundles; almond skillet desert.
Roasted turkey with a cranberry-orange relish; cornbread dressing; sweet potato souffle.
Daddy's biscuits with chocolate gravy; baby lima beans; chicken pie; magic lemon meringue pie.
Candied apples; chicken tortilla soup; pumpkin roll.
Sugared pecans; mini chicken poppy seed salad sandwiches; strawberry cupcakes.
Raisin bread in a can; crockpot chocolate candy and peanut brittle.
The famous Brunswick stew recipe; drop biscuits; sweet and saltines.
Redneck hummus; "chickless" pot pie; re-creating a wedding cake.
Favorite barbecue recipes for a family reunion; barbecue chicken; grilled Vidalia onions wrapped in bacon; key lime cake.
Grandma's recipes including chicken and dumplings, deviled eggs and coconut cake with coconut lemon glaze.
Trisha's girlfriends visit; mac and cheese, fried chicken with gravy, and pecan pie.
Trisha throws a baby shower; quiche, cheese straws and brownies with coconut frosting.