Tim McGraw and Faith Hill both enjoy cooking and take turns in the kitchen, but come Thanksgiving, it becomes a true family affair. They are joined by daughters Gracie, Maggie and Audrey, who, as Tim and Faith explain, all have their own specialties. ["Faith cooks just a fantastic Thanksgiving meal.  That’s one of my favorite meals all year round. (Faith) I learned that from Edna Perry, my mom, who taught me how to cook the real Southern Thanksgiving meal with the cornbread dressing and all the fixings and yeah, it’s a family affair. Last year for the first time, because the girls get into the holiday season because of the smell of the food and just the smell of the season. I remember we agreed that we’re going to start the tradition of everyone has a designated entree that they make. So Maggie’s was rolls, Parker House rolls, she made it from scratch. Gracie was dessert because she’s really, really great. (Tim) She’s a good baker. (Faith) She’s a great baker.  And Audrey, she helped, I think, with the cranberry, made a homemade cranberry sauce and she made something else. Everyone’s starting to get their, ‘this is my responsibility,’ which was good. They’re old enough to do that. (Tim) And we have the same things, you know the traditions, like we certainly have the turkey and dressing for Thanksgiving which . . . (Faith) You’re making me really hungry right now. (Tim) Which is really good.  And a big ham.  And then you eat sandwiches for like three or four days afterward. And then . . . (Faith) That’s the best part.”] SOUNDCUE (1:12 OC: . . . the best part.)

Tim has two more shows on the books in 2016 before calling it quits for the year, including a December 29th date at BB&T Ballpark in Charlotte, NC for the Belk Bowl.

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