Butterball Turkey Giveaway

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Today I have a Butterball Turkey Giveaway. Did you know that Butterball is working to make the holidays better for families across the country with advice and recipes from our turkey experts?    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.

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.  I used them before when trying to deep fry an turkey, they helped me right out.

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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.

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Now on to the Butterball Turkey giveaway. I am giving away 2 turkeys.  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.

To enter, leave a comment about your favorite tips for making Thanksgiving better for you and your family.  My favorite tips are make ahead as much of the dinner as you can and use others to help bring dishes for the meal.  You want to be able to enjoy the day. If you are frantically cooking all day you won’t be able to enjoy the meal or the time with your family.  I like to make my dressing, cranberry sauce, and any sides I can ahead of time.
I am giving you a whole week to enter.  You have until Sunday November 13 at midnight (MST) to enter.
 
 

154 Comments

  1. We like to make most of the stuff the night before then less time in the kitchen in the morning! We also buy our rolls premade there still good but less time.
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  2. I have my husband and son involved in the cooking!! It brings us together and gives us something to be thankful for each other for making a delicious meal as family!! The key is to relax, have fun, and if it doesn’t look perfect, it’s ok because it was made with love.

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