Ree Drummond, otherwise known as the Pioneer Woman, shared her Thanksgiving traditions and favorite family recipes with Parade.
Here, the Drummond family gathers around the Thanksgiving table. From left: Paige, Bryce, Alex, Ladd, Ree, and Todd.
Ree brines her turkey overnight, then roasts it with rosemary-citrus butter.
Each member of the family takes a turn to say what they are most thankful for this year, and then the feast begins.
Ree's sweet potatoes—mashed with a sweet, nutty topping—are a family favorite.
Alex Drummond and her cousin Caleb Drummond help each other to turkey.
Ree's go-to potato recipe comes from her mother-in-law. They can be made ahead of time, so she's not stuck mashing at the last minute.
Bryce Drummond sits next to his sister Paige.
Cowboys tend to fill their plates.
The whole family is football-obsessed.
Walter the basset hound is known for his good looks, not his cattle-herding prowess.
Ladd's brother Tim and Walter the basset hound watch the kids horse around.
Alex Drummond tries her dad's hat on for size.
The Drummonds' ranch sprawls over nearly 40 square miles of tall grass prairie.