Season 7

72 :07x01 - Day Trip to Memphis

Trisha Yearwood visits Graceland with her friend, Julie; they pay homage to Elvis with a banana pancake sandwich; they also make tamale-style pork, and a vanilla milkshake with peanut-covered straws.

Source: Food Network

73 :07x02 - Working Late

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.

Source: Food Network

74 :07x03 - Camp Like a Girl

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.

Source: Investigation Discovery

75 :07x04 - Game Day 101

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 black-eyed pea dip, a caramelized onion dip and a pistachio cheese dip.

Source: Food Network

76 :07x05 - Biscuit Lovin'

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.

77 :07x06 - Trisha's Birthday

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78 :07x07 - Country Music Hall of Fame

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.

Source: Food Network
Guest Stars: Reba McEntire as Herself

79 :07x08 - All Things Cast Iron

Trisha Yearwood makes a hearty breakfast for her friend, Glenda, in her cherished cast iron pan: Hash Browns with Cheesy Eggs and Avocado. Then, they go antiquing to buy Glenda her very own pan, and Trisha shows Glenda how to restore and care for it. To demonstrate how the pan can be used for both savory and sweet, Trisha prepares Country Ham Carbonara and Buttermilk Strawberry Skillet Cake with Whipped Cream and Sugared Pecans.

Source: COOKING Channel

80 :07x09 - Straight Up Comfort

Today, Trisha is cooking straight up comfort food to welcome her friend Wendy Williams to the South. What better way to introduce her friend to Southern cooking than by having her help out in the kitchen? Trisha will be teaching Wendy how to make her Ribbon Meatloaf, Creamed Style Corn and decadent Banana Pudding. Trisha's even created a special Cherry Ginger Julep just for Wendy.

Source: COOKING Channel

81 :07x10 - Barbie

Trisha Yearwood and her sister, Beth, make a barbecue, or "Barbie Q" feast while reminiscing about their days playing with Barbies. There's Barbie-Q Chicken Sliders with sweet and spicy Quickles, a quick Coleslaw, Smashed Potato Salad and mini Key Lime Cheesecakes.

Source: FOOD Network

82 :07x11 - Recipe Swap

Trisha Yearwood invites her friend and Cupcake Wars winner, Chloe Coscarelli, over to swap recipe ideas for healthier eating. First, they enjoy Trisha's Avocado Pesto Toast with a lightened-up Tomato Bisque, then Chloe makes a Black-Eyed Pea Stew and a healthier take on Quick Buttery Biscuits with Maple Butter. For dessert, they enjoy Chloe's Lemon Olive Oil Cupcakes with Coconut Whipped Cream.

Source: FOOD Network

83 :07x12 - Habitat Build

Trisha Yearwood and her family volunteer on a Habitat for Humanity build, and Trisha offers to feed the crew out of a food truck. She makes Ham and Pimento Cheese Biscuit Sandwiches, Baked Potato Soup, Taco-Stuffed Potato Skins and Chocolate Fudge Chip Cookies for the crew lunch.

Source: FOOD Network

84 :07x13 - Road Food

Trisha Yearwood gets inspiration for new dishes while on tour in Milwaukee. She'll recreate the famous Midwestern Butter Burger with ale-infused Cheese Sauce, Pretzel-Crusted Fried Cheese with Spicy Ranch Dipping Sauce, a Deep-Dish Pecan Pie, and one of Wisconsin's favorite cocktails, the Old Fashioned -- all with a Trisha twist!

Source: FOOD Network