Mickey Guyton and her husband, Grant Savoy, will be cooking Thanksgiving for Savoy’s brother this year in California. However, in true holiday sprit, the couple is also sending out an open invitation to anyone who doesn’t have dinner plans on Turkey Day. This tradition is one that was inspired by how her husband and his brother grew up.
“My husband and his brother are both adopted,” Guyton says. “At one point, they were all each other had. What we do every year is we cook Thanksgiving just for his brother. That’s kind of our tradition, and we invite anybody out in California that doesn’t have any family, and we drink our faces off and cook. So, if you’re in LA and you don’t have anywhere to go, we’d be more than happy for you to come over and have Thanksgiving with us.”
Of course, there is always a variety delicious food to look forward to on Thanksgiving, but Guyton says there is one special dish that she’s particularly excited to make. Fans who keep an eye her social media accounts on Thursday may even get to learn how to make it themselves.
“I make really good mac ’n cheese, by the way, so just be watching my Instagram stories for the ingredients and how to make it,” she says.
In keeping with being there for others that need it, Guyton’s single “Sister” encourages a sisterhood and camaraderie among women and men alike. The song is out at country radio now.