Martina McBride Debuts New Food Network Series In November

Martina McBride will be stepping out of the studio and into the kitchen for a bit to share recipes and cooking and entertaining tips on her new Food Network series, Martina’s Table, beginning Nov. 18.

The new series follows McBride as she finds creative inspiration creating perfect menus and preparing meals for her family and close friends like Sheryl Crow, Faith Hill, and Little Big Town’s Karen Fairchild and Kimberly Schlapman. Whether it’s a birthday celebration for one of her daughters or a buffet-style menu catered for her band and road crew, Martina’s Table gives viewers a glimpse inside a place where tasty memories are made. Over the course of the season, McBride’s recipes are inspired by her Midwestern roots as she cooks up delicious dishes including a full Thanksgiving menu at home, a Mexican-themed spread for a special birthday gathering, a casual holiday brunch with a few friends, and more.

“Martina McBride has shared her love of music for years, impressing audiences around the globe and earning industry accolades. Now, she is sharing her passion for cooking and entertaining with fans, showcasing even more of her impressive talents in the kitchen,” said Courtney White, General Manager and Executive Vice President, Programming, Food Network and HGTV. “With her creative recipes and inviting personality, everyone will feel welcome at Martina’s Table.

“I’ve always had a passion for cooking and love to cook for my friends and family,” said McBride. “Having a show on Food Network is a dream come true. We’ve filmed the first season and it’s been so fun and exciting to be able to share some of my favorite recipes and stories.”

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