TRISHA YEARWOOD SHARES FAMILY FAVORITE MEALS IN TRISHA’S SOUTHERN KITCHEN

Six-Episode Daytime Series Premieres Saturday, April 14th at 10:30am ET/PT

NEW YORK – March 7, 2012 – Music superstar and best-selling cookbook author Trisha Yearwood brings her family-inspired recipes and food traditions to Food Network this spring, with the premiere of the new daytime series Trisha’s Southern Kitchen on Saturday, April 14th at 10:30am ET/PT.  The series invites viewers into the kitchen with Trisha for her favorite meals, nostalgic stories and visits from family and friends.  Themed shows range from preparing traditional dishes from her childhood to planning a baby shower and a family reunion barbecue to offering tips on lightening up standard Southern recipes. Shot in Nashville, the six-episode series features Trisha’s unique how-to tips and techniques for down-home dishes like Daddy’s Barbecued ChickenUncle Wilson’s Famous Baked OnionsChick-less Pot Pie and Sweet and Saltines.

 “Trisha’s best known as a music legend, but her talents don’t stop there.  She’s a passionate and talented cook, whose down-to-earth style, winning recipes, and southern hospitality will charm and inspire viewers,” said Bob Tuschman, General Manager and Senior Vice President Programming, Food Network.

“For me, cooking is very connected to my family and friends,” said Yearwood.   “Every recipe on the show carries wonderful memories with my loved ones and I can’t wait to share my meals, stories and family photos with Food Network viewers.”

Trisha Yearwood, who has won three Grammy Awards®, two Academy of Country Music Awards, three Country Music Association honors and had 19 top-ten singles, released her first best-selling cookbook “Georgia Cooking in an Oklahoma Kitchen” (Clarkson Potter) in 2008.  Her second book “Cooking for Family and Friends (Clarkson Potter) followed in 2010.  Both books reached the #1 position on the New York Times best-seller list in the Advice, How-To and Miscellaneous category.

Trisha’s Southern Cooking is produced by Ellen Rakieten Entertainment and RelativityREAL.

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58 Responses so far.

  1. admin says:

    We can’t wait for the new show to come out! Thanks Food Network!

  2. Hello, Trisha, How ar you today? I live in the town of Norcross, GA. Did you used to have a relative that lived here in Norcross in the 1970′s? I took my son to a Mrs. Yearwood’s home in the 1970′s and he and Mrs.’s Yearwood’s Grandson played in her home that day. I do not remember the Grandson’s name. My son is now 45 years old. Love your music and love Garth also. A big fan, Mary B. Warbington [email protected]

  3. [...] One of those recipes may be for a chicken-less pot pie, as it is listed as an example of Yearwood’s favorites on her official page. [...]

  4. Grace Pleskovich says:

    Watched your first show. Great job, very homey and easy going, like welcoming me to your kitchen. Like meeting your band members. You’re all real people.
    I’m looking forward to making these first two recipes today. Good luck! Hi Garth

  5. Lark says:

    I was so excited to watch you on the Food Network today! I have it DVR-ed ….so glad I did! LOVED every minute of it! I cant tell you how glad I was that you kept it FUN, Funny and easy going! You have a way about making us feel as if it was a Skype call! GREAT JOB!
    You have me as a fan of your Cook Books, music and now a food Show :)
    As a Fellow Foodie, I was thrilled for you …CONGRATS!

  6. sandra says:

    loved you on the food network. youre very funny. Have a question about the country quiche recipe. Do you use deep dish pie shells or regular? thank you

  7. Lynette Bartom says:

    Just love Miss Trisha’s new show! She is such a great entertainer on stage or in the kitchen! Can’t wait to see today’s episode!! Love her perspective on country cuisine!

  8. Chuck Cossey says:

    Trisha,
    I just watched Southern Kitchen and my mouth is watering for fried chicken, mashed tators and gravy! You reminded me of my Mom and Grandmothers. All in Heaven now, standing around a kitchen table. Fine examples of Southern women with grace, charm and love. Their kitchen creations were artworks that expressed love of cooking and love for their family. Now, I am crying because I miss Mom so much. What I know of cooking, I learned from Mom. If it isn’t Southern I can’t cook it and if it isn’t Southern it isn’t worth eating! Thanks for the recipes and for sparking the memories of those fine Southern women God graced into my life. AND for the Southern Girl he blessed me with for a wife.

  9. sandy says:

    really enjoy your cooking show and hope you plan on making alot more. I record every show so I can rewatch them. I have ordered both of your cookbooks since watching you cook. just as you and singing goes together, so do you and a cooking show. Thanks for sharing this part of your life with us.

  10. Meredith says:

    I have watched almost every episode. I love Southern cooking. Trisha is a delightful person. However, I am very disappointed in the almost total lack of vegetables in your meals. I think mashed potatoes were the only vegetable dish, oh, and vidalia onions. Even your quiche had no veggies. This is not a very good reflection of the vibrant tradition of Southern cooking– where are the greens? tomatoes? corn? squash? cucumbers? How can you eat a meal without any vegetables? It gives southern cooking a bad name to leave out anything not meat or potato or starch. This is not how people in the south who care about home cooked food really eat.

  11. Lynn says:

    My aunt made your grandma Yearwood’s coconut cake and she and my uncle said that was the best cake they had ever ate. My mom and I are going to make it next along with the key lime cake. Can’t wait to try it. Love your show.

  12. Sharenne says:

    Loved the key lime cake! What a hit for Mother’s Day! Also, loved, loved, loved the blouse you wore in your family reuion show. I must have one…..care to share where you bought it? Thanks, love your show!

    Big Fan in Kansas

  13. Tammy says:

    I LOVE your show! The combination of making amazing food, hearing stories of your life and your sense of humor make it a MUST see!

    I am making the chicken and dumplings tonight and can’t wait to try other recipes!

    Thank you! Keep up the GREAT work!

    Tammy

  14. Toni says:

    I love your show. Finally a down to earth cook! Question:where on earth did you get your hot pink kitchenaid mixer! I love it but can’t seem to find that color.

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  19. Roxie Sorensen says:

    I watched your show today. Not only did the food look scrumptious, but the the canisters just blew me away. I have been looking for that color to redo my kitchen. Could you share with me where I might find such beauty?

  20. Sis says:

    I love the show. My Father’s family is from West Virginia and Mom’s from Kentucky. I’ve carried a lot of family recipes with me through the years but in watching your show certain memories are making their way back into my life. The BBQ chicken recipe was excellent. Just like my Daddy used to make. It’s just the simple flavors that we grew up on but are so dear to our hearts. Great job Trisha. I love watching. I also love your camo top! I’ve searched the internet with no luck. Any possibility you’ll share the name of the designer? Keep up the great work!

  21. Judykay says:

    Trisha what brand of electric skillet did you use to fry you chicken on Food TV

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  23. carole doss says:

    My Granddaughter and I just got thru making your marvelous carrot cake. It is great, we have already had three pieces . It is a keeper, Thank you so much , Grandma Carole and Granddaughter Charli

  24. kp says:

    Great Show… where did you get that antique egg tray ? I’ve been looking for one and cannot seem to find one

    thanks …

  25. Anne Sanford says:

    Just love your show and your food. Thanks so for home cooking.

  26. MaryAnn Ahrens says:

    I’m trying to get the recipe for the wedding cake your Mama made for your wedding to Garth. Pleas help.

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  29. Cheryl Matthews says:

    Trisha,
    I too love your show! I too have had such family role models of especially my Mom teaching me so much by teaching me how to cook and to show love for my family.I loved your show in memory of your Mom Gwen,my Mom has been gone for 14 years and I miss her everyday. I went on a mission to find the Hot Pink mixer you featured on that show. My dear Husband William and I went on an early Mother’s day shopping trip today and I found one at Macy’s but found out it’s called Raspberry Ice instead of Hot Pink. We had to order it but I can’t wait to get it in and start some new memories! Thanks for sharing your family memories Trisha…. Good luck with your show!

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  32. kara haugh says:

    Miss Yearwood, ( i know you are married but i didnt know how to address you) i am writing this in hopes taht you can help me with my daughter. She is 11 and weighs right at two hundred pounds we have tried cutting back on things but she is constantly sneaking food even if we put it up we are looking into a treadmill for all of us not just her she is MRDD with autism and she has seizures if she gets too hot she may have one that is one reason it is so hard to find something to keep her active we have no room for a pool i am sorry to bother you i just am at my wits end please consider helping her and us i am scared for her

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  34. Andrea says:

    Good Afternoon:
    I have never, not at any time in my 48 years written to a star so this is a first for me!

    About a month ago we were out to dinner, 17 cousins as I have a very close family and as per usual the conversation always turns into one of memories about our Grammie, although not a southern woman, the best woman to ever walk the face of this earth. We started talking about recipes and how they (the Grammie generation) always made statement like “pinch of”, “dash of”, “to taste” and my favorite “throw in some” and so on…. and how all our families make the recipes but because of these terms they all slightly differed in taste or texture by family.

    My point in writing you is to THANK YOU; during that conversation flat dumplins (as we called them no g) came into play and we all said the exact thing “what the hell is the ration between flour and liquid? We had all tried to make them but they just were not right! Last week I watched your show and Good Lord you made flat dumplings…..so I once again attempted with your recipe and they were perfect, so much so that I made a batch for my sister, my brother and my cousins yes all of them! The only thing that differed between my Grammies recipe and yours was she added chicken stock to flour not water (which is what I did also) but they were identical to Grammies.

    THANK YOU so much for the wonderful memories that we can now pass on to the next generation.

    Andrea M Faragon
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  35. carol nicholson says:

    I loved so many of the recipes on Nov 8 from cheese straws, brownies and 4 ingredient quiche. Where can I find this episode and the recipes on the internet?

  36. jackie Mostacci;says taday is Nov 8th 2013 says:

    your grand ma’s fried chicken looks like my nana’s i lived in Fulton Ky i can not find your recipe your great

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