Yearwood cooking show returns in October
Thursday, September 13, 2012
– Trisha Yearwood invites viewers back into the kitchen for more family-inspired recipes, stories and visits from family and friends with new episodes of "Trisha's Southern Kitchen," premiering Saturday, Oct. 20 on Food Network.
Shot in Oklahoma, season two's themed shows range from Southern brunch and Sunday supper to Halloween and Thanksgiving traditions to tips on lightening up down-home meals while maintaining their Southern flavor.
"I'm so excited for season two. Sharing my family recipes and having the people I love most by my side is such a joy," said Yearwood of the 13-episode season. "This show celebrates what living life to the fullest is all about, and it's so gratifying to return to Food Network for a new season."
In a special episode, husband Garth Brooks joins Yearwood to cook the dishes they love making together, including black bean lasagna and Miss Mickey's peanut butter balls. The new season includes several holiday-themed episodes, with a Halloween costume surprise from Allie and August Brooks, a Yearwood Thanksgiving where Yearwood reveals the no baste, no mother roasted turkey recipe passed down from her mother, and a holiday cookie swap party.
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