Tim McGraw generally considers himself a good cook.
In fact, it’s his famous homemade chicken and dumplings recipe that won his wife, Faith Hill, over in the first place. Additionally, the superstar says he makes a “pretty dang good country fried steak,” but when it comes to Thanksgiving, he leaves the cooking up to Faith.
“For Thanksgiving, I don’t cook,” McGraw explained in an interview with his record label. “Faith does all the cooking for Thanksgiving.”
It’s not that he doesn’t want to help, it’s more about staying out of the way so Faith can do things the way she likes.
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As for their Thanksgiving staples, the couple keeps it pretty traditional for Turkey Day.
“We have to have turkey, we have to have our stuffing and we have to have cornbread and peas, of course,” he said.
Shortly after Turkey Day, McGraw and Hill will make their long-awaited debut as James and Margaret Dutton on the Yellowstone prequel, 1883.
Premiering on December 19 on Paramount+, the much-anticipated show also stars Sam Elliott, who plays cowboy Shea Brennan.
The famous country couple recently opened up about their experience filming the highly-anticipated show in an interview with Entertainment Weekly.
During the interview, McGraw recalled the harsh conditions that he encountered while filming.
“It’s super dusty and super hot,” he said. “There’s no way around it. At the same time, it’s like every kid’s fantasy to do something like this, to put your chaps on, your cowboy hat, and your gun holsters every day. Then you get on a horse and try to survive this journey.”
The country hitmaker and “7500 OBO” singer then gushed over seeing his fearless wife in character.
“To see my beautiful wife on horseback, firing guns, and having dirt all over her face, I just sit in awe,” McGraw gushed. “She’s a strong woman, anyway. Taylor said early on to me, ‘Man, you’ll just get on that horse. You’re not scared of anything.’ I said, ‘I’m scared of one thing. She’s right over there.’”
The GRAMMY award-winning pair of superstars and their cast mates filmed the show in what was described as the “middle of nowhere,” which Hill admitted is “why so many actors are drawn to Taylor Sheridan’s writing because he is portraying the story in a way that was lived”
Hill later added that she was ultimately forced to become “quite comfortable” with the rest of the crew on set while filming as they had to adapt to living life in the middle of nowhere.
“You learn how to pick a tree, squat down, and do your business,” she said.