The singer hosts a party to celebrate a special episode of her cooking show

By Kay West
Updated June 13, 2015 01:00 AM
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Nashville loves a good song, a good party and a good biscuit.

So with that in mind, Trisha Yearwood gives viewers a bit of all three on the “Record Release” episode of Trisha’s Southern Kitchen, airing on the Food Network Saturday.

Yearwood, 50, invited colleagues and members of the media to her Nashville home to celebrate a limited vinyl pressing of two songs “very close to my heart” – “Prizefighter” and “I Remember You” – both from her current album Prizefighter: Hit After Hit, which is featured on the episode.

The singer revealed both tunes remind her of her mother, Gwen Yearwood, who died of breast cancer in 2011. “They are songs about strength and fighting the good fight and about hope,” Yearwood tells PEOPLE. Proceeds from the sale of the vinyl release, available for $25 on her website, will support breast cancer research.

Trisha Yearwood Gets Cookin’

The party food at Yearwood’s celebration included some of her favorites – mini sausage cheddar biscuits, fruited chicken salad in endive cups and cupcakes in pink liners with peanut butter frosting. “I love peanut butter. I’ll pretty much put it on anything,” Yearwood said. “I’ve made peace with peanut butter. I still love it very much, but we have a little more limited relationship now. We’re not dating anymore, we’re just friends.”

Trisha’s Southern Kitchen airs on the Food Network on Saturdays 10:30 ET/9:30 CT. “Record Release” premieres Saturday and repeats several times during the week.

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