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Trisha Yearwood and Dr. Jill Biden start their Thanksgiving prep at the start of the year!
The country star, 57, and the First Lady, 70, have teamed up for a special TV show celebrating the season of giving titled Thanksgiving at the White House. In a new Food Network special photo posted to Instagram on Friday, Yearwood and Biden can be seen smiling over a festive candlelight meal.
The table is set with glasses of wine, a pot of stuffing and autumn flowers. Biden and Yearwood share a laugh as they hold hands.
“It was an honor to be invited to the White House to celebrate Thanksgiving with the First Lady, Dr. Jill Biden and to have the chance to share our traditions and family recipes!” Yearwood wrote in the caption of his post. “Don’t miss the special broadcast Saturday, November 20 at 12 p.m. ET on @foodnetwork and stream at @discoveryplus!”
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Biden and Yearwood swap some of their favorite family recipes during the special, with the First Lady sharing her grandmother Jacobs and Yearwood’s tasty stuffing recipe revealing the secret to her Thanksgiving turkey sauce, PEOPLE previously reported.
Of course, Thanksgiving isn’t complete without a traditional turkey. While Thanksgiving at the White House, Yearwood and Biden are teaming up with White House Executive Chef Cristeta Comerford to make a Thyme Roast Turkey.
To end on a sweet note, White House pastry chef Susan Morrison demonstrates how to make apple crisp, which she complements with President Joe Biden’s favorite chocolate chip ice cream.
In a press release announcing Thanksgiving at the White House, the First Lady said, “Food is love – and coming together this Thanksgiving year heals our hearts. “
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“The family recipes handed down from generation to generation, the fun traditions that endure and the meaningful blessings shared all fill me with gratitude,” she continued, adding, “I hope everyone watching will feel that cooking a Thanksgiving meal is something anyone can do, but if you’re still nervous about making gravy, like me, you’re in good company! “
Yearwood added, “Food brings us together. I enjoyed my time at the White House so much, cooking with Dr. Jill and the White House chefs, and sharing our holiday cooking traditions. special is a reminder to all of us of what we all have in common.Love each other.
A White House Thanksgiving is now streaming on discovery +.