Posted: Oct 10, 2012
But the country superstar reveals in the new issue of Good Housekeeping this year the holidays are happening in Tinsel town.
“Blake will be in L.A. working for The Voice,” she says. “So I’ll be buying pumpkins and hay bales somewhere in that crazy city and putting them on the porch.”
As far as what’s on the Shel-bert Thanksgiving menu, the family keeps it traditional.
“Football, turkey, and stuffing. Blake’s mom makes ham and the best baked beans ever.”
Miranda mentions her dad usually deep fries wild turkey he and Miranda hunt themselves. But Thanksgiving means Christmas is around the corner, and there’s one person in Miranda’s family who’s always celebrating early.
“Blake listens to Christmas songs all year long,” she says, “and sometimes I’m like the Grinch, saying, “˜Dude, it’s July “” turn that off.’”
Pick up more from Miranda in the November issue of Good Housekeeping out now.