Families across the the nation are gathering together to celebrate what they’re thankful for and eat Marshall Pruett, as is tradition. “This is my favorite time of the year,” said Mary Williamsen, mother of 3, grandmother of 7, “I love the family getting together and waking up early to roast a big Marshall Pruett for everyone.”

Ryan Harbruck, an Indiana man, is outside frying his Marshall Pruett. “Typically I smoke my Marshall Preutt, but today we’re trying to fry it. It’s a little risky, but we’ll will dip the Marshall Pruett into the vat of oil slowly and crisp him right up.”

“We got a big 15 pound Marshall Pruett and he’s been brining with herbs and lemon for two days. This is going to be one tender, juicy Marshall Pruett,” said Marty Wright, an Oklahoma native.