Butterball Thanksgiving Turkey Giveaway

Nothing says Thanksgiving quite like a delicious Butterball Turkey! Two readers will win!


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I have teamed up with Momma Lew to ensure you make the perfect Thanksgiving turkey this year! You can find her recipe for the perfect turkey using a Butterball turkey right HERE. perfect thanksgiving turkey An addition, find out the more than 9 ways that Butterball can help you this Thanksgiving if you find yourself in a turkey conundrum! Butterball is giving away 2 coupons for free turkeys to my readers. Giveaway is open to US Residents, 18+, one entry per household. Giveaway ends 11/15 at 11:59p ET. Good luck!

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43 comments:

  1. My boys and I would do a large puzzle every year and start it on Thanksgiving day. We would do a little at a time putting in the last piece on Christmas Eve. That would allow us time to spend time together every day as a family talking and enjoying each other. Not just on those two days , but everyday in between. We would each share something about our day and laugh and tell jokes. It was real bonding time together.

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  2. I think one of my Thanksgiving memory would have to be, I had put on a big dinner, which more more or like what I do any way.. but I was in such a rush I had put the bird upside down.. Now don't get me wrong I know about cooking a bird upside is delicious! just not when your trying to set a table with a bird to look pretty on lol :)
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  3. We used to play board games after dinner as a kid, and it was so much fun. We need to do that again.

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  4. My favorite memory was my parents inviting soldiers from my dads unit for thanksgiving dinner.

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  5. We rent a hall for all our families to enjoy Thanksgiving together. We have our own music and get to see cousins from far away.

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  6. I remember the big family dinners we used to have many years ago when I was a child.

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  7. I know so many (my husband included) that do not believe in Global Warming. But, I clearly remember SEVERAL times in my childhood that it snowed several inches on Thanksgiving here in Arkansas. This NEVER happens anymore.

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  8. We always watch the Macy's Thanksgiving parade while everyone is up and about socializing and cooking, maybe burning a few things in the process. I love spending holidays with the family.

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  9. My favorite Thanksgiving memories are when I was a kid and before my family moved all over the country.

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  10. We watch the local parade every year , and get together with family ,natbelinsky@verizon.net

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  11. One of my best Thanksgiving memories is when all of us got to be at home at the same time. It didn't happen often, an it was like we were kids again. The meal was great, and just liike when we were younger we played tag football after the meal. It was snowing and my Mom who has since passed laughed and laughed. So did the kids because it was adults (4) against kids (10) nd they trounced us!

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  12. I remember always going to my grandma Maggie's house and how much fun I would have playing with my cousins there.

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  13. One of my favorite memories is Thanksgiving at my grandmothers. She always set a special "kids" table and put a chocolate turkey as a table favor for each of us.

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  14. I was at my parents having Thanksgiving dinner and their yellow lab licked my arm. I started to have a bad allergy attack and had to go to the emergency room. I found out that I am allergic to dog's drool. Now I make sure I get a dog that doesn't like to lick you.

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  15. When my grandmother was alive and I was a kid and she made these big spreads of food and everyone was there it was the best time for sure wish they were all still with us. thankyou, ken pohl19@comcast.net

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  16. I remember going to an aunts house and having a huge dinner with all my extended family.

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  17. Candice10:50 AM

    This turkey will certainly help my family out this Thanksgiving. Thank you for the opportunity.

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  18. I make a new favorite memory every year with my kids. Every year on the Wednesday night before Thanksgiving we bake all our deserts as we listen/sing Christmas carols.

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  19. Thanksgiving is the day that my extended family gets together. They come from far and wide to gather at my grandmother's house and share memories and recipes. It is always the most wonderful time of the year for my family.

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  20. Anonymous11:45 AM

    watching the thanksgiving day parade and then having a big meal with the family and football afterwards

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  21. I remember helping set the table and place different apps and sides when my finger slipped into the hot relish then for some reason before I could wash my hands I placed my finger near my eye and oh boy...had to sit down for a bit. Dang that burned....all in all was an awesome feast

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  22. Tracy Shafer12:48 PM

    I think one of my favorites is when my Grandma was still alive. We were all at my Mom's for Thanksgiving dinner. My nephew Kyle was only 4 or 5(He's in his 20's now) He sat down next to me and said, Aunt Tracy, I don't like green beans, or corn, or yams! I like JUNK! Cookies and cakes and pies and candy! My and Grandma both spit out our drinks in laughter...

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  23. Gathering for a huge dinner with my family and friends at my parents home.

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  24. My favorite memory is when my son thought he was getting butternut squash, took a big bite, and realized that it was turnips.

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  25. I guess when my Grandma Sharon was still alive was some of my favorite Thanksgiving times. She loved making the whole Thanksgiving meal - even when it wasn't Thanksgiving. She passed in 2003, when I was in middle school - I wish I had been old enough to truly appreciate the things that she did. I can't really remember a specific memory or anything happening, but I just always enjoyed spending time with her on Thanksgiving.

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  26. Sheila Vives4:20 PM

    My favorite Thanksgiving Memory is having my aunt and cousin over for big family Thanksgiving dinner. It is always nice to spend time with family we don't get to see everyday. We always had a huge spread of food, and then of course the wonderful visit afterwards.

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  27. My Mom getting up early that Thanksgiving morning and putting the turkey on and me helping her with the 'fixings'!

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  28. My mom getting up really early to put the turkey in the oven. The smell filling the house and playing board games with all my cousins.

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  29. Having all the relatives around the table, it seemed like a hundred of them, and watching one of the uncles fall asleep. How could he? There were a hundred people talking and laughing and passing food. And he fell asleep.

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  30. My first time volunteering at a local church and seeing the other volunteers interact and serve Thanksgiving dinners for the homeless and all the smiles on everyones faces,that brought me more joy than it did them.

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  31. Spending time with the whole family. today not many show up in the family. We have lost a few. but the memories are still with me when my stepfather tried cooking his first turkey. he had the oven on to high and it was done on the outside but red inside. He didnt know better till i got there and tweeted Butterball on what to do. cover it and take the temp down. it was ok but i couldnt eat any. lol

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  32. When i was a kid and we gathered for a huge dinner with the family.

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  33. Marco M3:32 AM

    Playing video games with my brother

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  34. My Thanksgiving memory is when I was a kid and spending time at my Grandmother's house with ALL of our family. She would spend days preparing all of the food herself, everything homemade and with love. I truly miss those days. Thanks so very much for the chance!

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  35. I've always had good memories of Thanksgiving. One year I was in college and my family came to me for the feast, it was fun.

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  36. I mostly remember Daddy's green dressing. He made it every year and when he became ill he taught me. So much flavor and texture. Now it's like a hug from heaven each time I make it.

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  37. My favorite Thanksgiving memory is from the 60's when are family was still large. My grandma, aunt, and uncle was still alive and before all the cousins started moving out of state. Truly wonderful memories and so many laughs.

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  38. I remember watching football with my cousin.

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  39. Sherry Compton8:03 AM

    Thanksgiving night our city lights the area's Christmas lights and the viewing is on TV. I always enjoy watching that.

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  40. My favorite thanksgiving memory is always spending that morning cooking with my mama.

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  41. My favorite memory is when I was younger and going to my grandparents in New York with my brother and parents. Me and stephen would always fight over who got a turkey leg. Thanksgiving isn't the same without my parents alive.

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  42. my fave memory is of my daughter's first thanksgiving. it was just the three of us and it was fun crafting for her, helping her try new foods, and cooking the entire meal for the first time.

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  43. When I was little we always went to my grandparents for Thanksgiving. All of my family was there and we had such a great time.

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