Have you ever wondered how your favorite celebrities celebrate the holidays? Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood recently shared their intimate Thanksgiving tradition details with ABC News and revealed that they're not much different than the rest of us.
“We kind of do a misfit Thanksgiving for all of our friends who can’t get home for the holiday,” Yearwood said. “We just kind of say, ‘If you don’t have a place to go, come to our house,’ and we cook.”
Unfortunately, the invite only extends to close personal friends of the country music couple.
“With us a lot of it’s more like the crew, guys that just kind of move there with a dream,” said Brooks.
One would think that a party at Garth & Trisha's would include a lot of music, but it's quite the opposite.
"After all that turkey and dressing you just kind of want to take a nap," Trisha said. The "How Do I Live" singer does all of the cooking with her 54-year old husband taking on the role of sous-chef and dishwasher.
“My job is just to kind of keep everything clean because she’s going to go through 18,000 tablespoons, all this stuff,” Brooks said. “Go ahead and wash it, get it back out again because she’s going to keep going."
Yearwood's Thanksgiving menu this year will include turkey, dressing, ham, mashed potatoes, sweet potato soufflé, cranberries, pecan pie, deviled eggs and a rice dish and “all kinds of bread."
How do Garth and Trisha's Thanksgiving plans compare to yours?
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