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Trisha's Southern Kitchen

Recipes from the new Food Network show!

Simple and delicious is the theme of this week’s Trisha’s Southern Kitchen! Tune in at 10:30a ET and into the Facebook page to chat with Trisha about the episode!

Trisha's cooking with a master BBQ'er tomorrow on Trisha's Southern Kitchen! Tune in at 10:30am ET for amazing brisket, mouth watering blackberry cobbler, and more!

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Pop-up cabinet so you can hide the mixer yet don't have to move it when you need it - I have one in my house and I use it ALL the time! Good idea!

  • Cheryl Higdon

    Sure wish I had seen this idea before we had all new cabinets made...my mixer is so heavy it's rarely used...this would definitely change that.

  • peggy polley

    great colors.so fresh and relaxing

  • Betty Powell

    I had this put In my cabinetry when we built our home in 1980. It worked well for 3 years and then was unreliable. Unreliable meaning the metal notches where the table locked in would release on its own. Mixer and contents on the floor. Yours looks a little more sturdier than mine. Good luck!

  • Peggy Artz

    I have been wanting one of these for a long time!

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Had to have these vintage blue ball jars!

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Kitchen Aid Mixer

  • Theresa Gore

    One of the must

  • Jenn

    Trisha love your show and your kitchen! Can you let me know what color is your kitchen aid mixer? Love that also.

  • Jodi Marie

    It looks like Aqua Sky, but not sure ... I want to know too!

  • Tom Connor

    Just got this one for my better half. Just hope I get some goodies from it. Love Trisha's southern kitchen. The color is ICE.

  • Beverly Ellis

    I love my Kitchen Aid ! It makes making pasta and bread so easy and wonderful.

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Trisha Yearwoods Chicken Tortilla Soup

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Pretty kitchen!

Vintage Girl: Tiffany Blue

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Jack's Brunswick Stew - Click the picture for the full recipe

Jack's Brunswick Stew Recipe : Trisha Yearwood : Food Network

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Easiest Muffins - Click the picture for the full recipe

Easiest Muffins Recipe : Trisha Yearwood : Food Network

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Sweet and Saltines Recipe - Click the picture for the recipe

Sweet and Saltines Recipe : Trisha Yearwood : Food Network

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Georgia Pate - Click the picture for the image!

Georgia Pate Recipe : Trisha Yearwood : Food Network

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Chickless Pot Pie - Click the image for the recipe!

Chickless Pot Pie Recipe : Trisha Yearwood : Food Network

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Barbecued Chicken - Click on the picture for the recipe!

Barbecued Chicken Recipe : Trisha Yearwood : Food Network

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  • Diane Haynes

    I have never put my chicken in water into refrigerator. Will do this next time. Thanks!

Grandma Yearwood's Coconut Cake with Coconut Lemon Glaze - Click image for the full recipe!

  • Kristen Signs-Jenkins

    Literally just made this and it is sooooo good

  • Frances Ashinhurst

    this is the best cake ever. I made it for company last week and they all loved it. I had glaze left over, so poured it over a purchased angel food cake. Really good too

  • Betty Chuck Miller

    I was so excited to see you use a recipe I use. I've had it since the late 60's but have always called it "vanilla wafer cake". love your program.

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Deviled Eggs - Click on image for the full recipe

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Lizzie's Chicken and Dumplings - Click on the picture for the full recipe

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Cheese Straws - Click the image for the recipe!

Cheese Straws Recipe : Trisha Yearwood : Food Network

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Country Quiche - Click the image for the recipe!

Country Quiche Recipe : Trisha Yearwood : Food Network

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  • Megan Clouser

    And his apron that said Mister Yearwood cracked me up. :)

  • Hisako Ricketts

    I tried it but I substituted bacon for sausage and regular tomatoes (cut up in a small bite size) for grape tomatoes since I did not have sausage and grape tomatoes in our fridge. I added boiled broccoli (it's in our fridge and want my daughter to eat some veggies) and sauteed onion (since my husband loves onion). It came out so good. :D

  • Diane Haynes

    Looks wonderful!

  • Dana Clark

    This is really good, but makes so much! Can i cut ingredients in half and only make one? Or is it ok to freeze the other one and reheat?

  • Cyndee Christman

    Can't wait to try this!

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