Today I have a great giveaway to help you out with your Thanksgiving dinner. I am giving away turkeys thanks to Butterball. I have 2 coupons to giveaway. They are good for $15 off any Butterball fresh or frozen whole turkey. The $15 should buy you a 10 -12 lbs. turkey which feeds about 5 adults and 2 kids. However, if you need a bigger turkey you can just use it toward your purchase and save $15.
If you weren’t aware, Butterball has a Turkey Talk-Line lady that is available to answer your Thanksgiving meal questions, share ways to save or to gobble up any turkey-day cooking myths. So if you encounter any problems along the way with preparing your Thanksgiving meal, you can give them a call. No question is too tough for these turkey talkers, and they are ready and excited to tackle any challenge you throw at them. Give them a call at 1-800-BUTTERBALL throughout November and December.
You can also go to Butterball website to plan the perfect amount of servings you need in their perfect portion planner. Just plug in the amount of adults and kids you plan on serving into the planner. There are boxes you can check to say we want leftovers, we are big eaters, or we are light eaters. Then it will tell you the size of turkey you need along with the amount of stuffing. So simple. The also have video guides on topics such as how to thaw or carve.
To enter the turkey giveaway is leave a comment on this post of your favorite Thanksgiving recipe, memory or blooper. It’s that easy. You have until Sunday November 14 at midnight (MST) to enter. Winners will be selected using random.org. I will announce the winners on Monday morning. I want to have plenty of time to get you your coupons in time to get your Thanksgiving bird.
To start you off, here is my Thanksgiving memory. While growing up, I got to have 2 Thanksgiving meals on Thanksgiving. One my Dad’s side of the family, there would only be 5 people at Thanksgiving if my family didn’t come. So my family of 5 was half the party. Because of this, my parents felt it important for us to be there each year. And in order to make it fair to both sides we just went to both. It was hard to have to refrain yourself at the first house knowing you had to eat again. Needless to say I was STUFFED each Thanksgiving.