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Trisha's Southern Kitchen

Trisha's Southern Kitchen

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Photo Credit:  Ray Kachatorian / Food Network
  • Premiered: 
    April 14, 2012
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  • Network: Food Network
  • Category: Series
  • Genre: How-to
  • Type: Live Action
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  • Tags: food, cooking

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Plot Synopsis

Shot in Nashville inside her kitchen, country superstar and cookbook author Trisha Yearwood cooks her family-inspired recipes and favorite Southern meals with friends and family as they swap stories. Plus, Trisha reveals her unique how-to tips and techniques -- and maybe she even sings a song. In this series, Trisha welcomes: her sister and Uncle Wilson, who stop by for a family reunion and pitch in to create some of their favorite barbecue, including Trisha's daddy's barbecue chicken, her Uncle Wilson's famous sweet grilled vidalia onions wrapped in bacon, and key lime cake for dessert; her sister and niece, who help Trisha prepare her grandmother's best Southern recipes -- Grandma Paulk's chicken and dumplings, deviled eggs and Grandma Yearwood's coconut cake with coconut lemon glaze; the guys from her band, who help Trisha throw a baby shower for their tour manager by creating country quiche, cheese straws and brownies topped with coconut frosting; her girlfiend, Karri, a southern girl living in California, who enjoys Southern classics -- crock-pot mac and cheese, her Mama's fried chicken With gravy and pecan pie for dessert; her nephews, who learn to make their granddaddy's famous Brunswick stew recipe, her drop biscuit recipe, and Sweet and Saltines for dessert; and a group of Trisha's best girlfriends, known as "Gwen's Girls," who help Trisha create Georgia pate (aka Redneck hummus), cook up chickless pot pie and re-create the wedding cake that Trisha's mama made for her wedding to Garth. After a six-episode first season, this series returned on Saturday, October 19, 2012 for Season 2, which included a special episode with husband Garth Brooks. TRISHA'S SOUTHERN KITCHEN returned for Season 3 on Saturday, May 25, 2013 at 10:30am, featuring Trisha and friend Karri grilling up a marinated steak with twice-baked potatoes. Season 4 of TRISHA'S SOUTHERN KITCHEN debuted on Saturday, November 9, 2013 at 10:30am ET/PT on Food Network, as Trisha invited her sister Beth over to dress up in the style of the '50s and transport back in time with a retro inspired meal, which included individual chicken pot pies, green beans with cheese sauce, and chocolate pudding frosted cupcakes. TRISHA'S SOUTHERN KITCHEN returned for its fifth season on Saturday, August 23, 2014 at 10:30am ET/PT on Food Network. In the season opener, "Southern Basics with a Twist," Trisha's sister, Beth, joins in to help make BPT (Bacon, Jalapeno Pimento Cheese and Fried Green Tomatoes Sandwich), Deviled Eggs With Sour Cream and Bacon and Banana Pudding Cake. Food Network premiered the sixth season of TRISHA'S SOUTHERN KITCHEN on Saturday, April 18, 2015 at 10:30am ET/PT. In the season opener, "Weekend Breakfast," Trisha invites her friends Julie and Mandy over for a special weekend breakfast. Julie arrives early to help prepare the ultimate breakfast spread of Bacon Waffles with Maple Syrup, an Asparagus Frittata, Lemon Blueberry Bread, and fun Cinnamon Cereal Cocktail. Season 7 of TRISHA'S SOUTHERN KITCHEN premiered on Saturday, January 2, 2016 at 10:30am ET/PT on Food Network. With a trip to the Country Music Hall of Fame and down-home dinner with Reba McEntire, a Graceland visit honoring Elvis Presley with Banana Pancake Sandwiches and a Habitat for Humanity build, the 13-episode new season is packed with delicious food, beloved family and friends and special moments in the kitchen and on the road. In the season opener, "Get Glam Awards Day," Trisha is being honored with the ASCAP Voice of Music Award and she starts the day eating light with a Peanut Butter and Banana Breakfast Smoothie, then heads to a wardrobe fitting with a Whipped Sweet Potatoes snack. During lunch, she gets hair and makeup ready while preparing a Chicken Salad with Homemade Herbed Crackers. After the awards ceremony, Trisha indulges in a decadent Chicken Salad, Avocado and Cheddar Panini and a quick Chocolate Cake in a Mug for dessert.Trisha returns for an eighth season of TRISHA'S SOUTHERN KITCHEN on Saturday, July 30, 2016 at 10:30am ET/PT on Food Network. In the season opener, "Pizza and a Movie," Trisha 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. Season 9 of TRISHA'S SOUTHERN KITCHEN premiered on Saturday, January 7, 2017 at 10am ET/PT on Food Network. In the season opener, "Trisha Goes to Boot Camp," Trisha and her friend, Natalie, are all about finding a balance in life, so today they're suiting up for boot camp! Afterwards, they'll whip up a menu that's low on calories but high on flavor, including Kale Chips, Lemony Orzo Chicken Soup, Chickpea Salad Sandwiches and an Angel Food Cake with Grapefruit Compote.
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The tenth season of TRISHA'S SOUTHERN KITCHEN premiered on Saturday, August 19, 2017 at 10:30am ET/PT on Food Network. In the season opener, "Go Nuts for Doughnuts," a trip to Five Daughters Bakery in Nashville inspires Trisha Yearwood to make a doughnut-based menu, including Green Onion Cheddar Doughnuts, Doughnut Grilled Cheese, Tortellini Soup and an Iced Cafe Bombon. After the women at the shop help Trisha make doughnuts, she brings them to her kitchen to experiment and shares Galaxy Doughnuts with the crew.

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Production & Distribution

  • Produced by Ellen Rakieten Entertainment
  • Produced by Relativity Television (as RelativityReal)