Wednesday, November 1, 2017

Butterball Turkey Gift Check Giveaway

Thanksgiving is officially 22 days away! YUM! I can't wait to get the Butterball turkey and all the fixings. Even though I am on a diet, that won't stop me from enjoying some of the best food I will eat for the holidays (that's Thanksgiving and Christmas). The generous PR folks for Butterball have offered MDG readers a Butterball Turkey Giveaway! 1 of our fabulous readers have the chance to win a Butterball $20 gift check!

Butterball is the only turkey for my family. We've tried other's years ago, but we've always gone back to Butterball. Those other turkey's just weren't as tender and juicy as a Butterball Turkey. My husband loves the left over turkey, he'll get some turkey and dice it up, and in a bowl he puts some dirty rice and some cheese then he adds the turkey, he microwaves it until it's a little hot and it's so good! I LOVE the HOT turkey sandwiches! Turkey, gravy, a little mayo and some pickle. YUM! Oh and we can't forget the chips on the side. If you haven't tried Boulder chips, check these holiday flavored chips, I have to get more! :) I'm getting hungry as I type LOL Come on 22 days! ;)

Welcome to Mom To Grandma's blog! We appreciate your visit. While I agree with Butterball being the perfect turkey, for me it's all about the baked macaroni and cheese, broccoli and yummy stuffing! Oh we can't forget the pumpkin roll. My daughter makes that superb. Wait, I have to add my son's pistachio salad mm that is melt in your mouth delicious! While your here feel free to check out our other giveaways on our Giveaway Page ! There will be more and these will change as we get closer to the holidays! Good Luck All!

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Fun Fact: Did you know that Thanksgiving is the only major holiday without an emoji? Emoji's are suppose to spur excitement for the upcoming holiday, so this year, Emoji fans can visit Change.org to sign the petition and do their part to make the Thanksgiving emoji a reality. To help spread the word, the Turkey Talk-Line experts banded together to create a heartfelt appeal for signatures which can be found on Youtube, Facebook and Twitter.

Butterball conducted its first-ever consumer survey this year and found that three in four Thanksgiving preparers agree: Thanksgiving doesn’t have to be perfect! As long as loved ones are together and the turkey is tasty, the festivities around it can be as imperfect as ever. Despite the overall positivity around the holiday, first-time millennial preparers are still feeling the pressure. Eight in 10 first-time cooks worry about cooking the turkey correctly. This number drops among experienced preparers, but still 43% worry about getting it right.

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Turkey Help: Although the Butterball Turkey Talk-Line experts have heard every turkey question possible, experts are making it easier to get cooking help this Thanksgiving by offering the ability to text cooking questions for the first time. Additionally, new video tips will help with all of your Thanksgiving needs.
  • Week-long 24/7 Text Help: Whether you have years of experience or it’s your first time cooking the turkey, Butterball has all the answers you need. You can now text their Talk-Line experts at 844-877-3456, for all the insider tips to celebrate your perfectly imperfect day…no matter what the circumstances! Holiday cooking text help will be available starting Nov. 1, with extended hours starting the week of Thanksgiving.
  • How-To Videos: The Butterball Turkey Talk-Line experts have been answering turkey questions for more than 30 years and have helped almost 50 million cooks. Now their expert knowledge is available at your fingertips day or night with fun and helpful video tips for those preparing holiday meals, available at Butterball.com or YouTube.
  • Website and Mobile App: Whether you have years of experience or it’s your first time cooking the turkey, Butterball.com and the Butterball Cookbook Plus App have all the answers for your needs. Between coupon savings, trusted recipes, how-to-videos with step-by-step details and key tips for success, everything you need is easily accessible.
Expert Advice Anytime, Anywhere: The help doesn’t stop there. The Butterball Turkey Talk-Line has evolved how they help cooks and are able to provide expert advice anytime, anywhere.
  • Facebook and Twitter: Help is available through the Butterball Facebook and Twitter pages with tips, special savings and more.
  • Pinterest: Find Thanksgiving recipe inspiration for your holiday celebration on the Butterball Pinterest page.
  • Instagram: Follow Butterball on Instagram to get a behind-the-scenes look, recipe development for our Thanksgiving meal and more.
  • Live Chats: Engage with turkey experts through Live Chats on Butterball.com during November and December and receive real-time suggestions and advice.
  • Email: Email Butterball using this form and receive helpful tips right to your inbox.
  • 1-800-BUTTERBALL (1-800-288-8372): Turkey Talk-Line experts will be available this season starting Nov.1 through Dec.24, 2016, to answer questions and assist all Thanksgiving cooks.
Plus, our Turkey thawing post tells you how long to defrost your turkey, so you don't end up with a turkey that is still FROZEN! Yep we've been there before, and trust me it's not funny at all when you have x amount of people coming and you have to hurry and finish defrosting the bird! LOL

We are happy to offer this Butterball Turkey Giveaway!

Here’s some of the things you need to know before you enter: 1 lucky winner will receive a $20 Butterball vouchers to use towards the purchase any ButterBall Products! Giveaway will run from 11/1 – 11//08 at 11:59 PM CST. This giveaway is open to US residents only. You must be 18+ to enter.

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Modern Day Gramma is NOT responsible if the winners email ends up in your spam mail folder. It is suggested that you include mediainfo@moderndaygramma.com to your contact list or check your spam folder on November 9th and 11th so you don’t loose out!

Good luck and gobble gobble!

Check our other Giveaways Here | Check out more Reviews HERE | Check out our Holiday Gift Guide Here.

65 comments:

  1. Ours was everyone had to help/make at least one of the dishes no matter how old you were. Then when relatives came over it was our way to show our family giving to others in our family from our hearts. It was alot of fun and everyone would start planning the next Thanksgiving and what they wanted to make!

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  2. making and eating a thanks giving dinner

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  3. We all like to get together and have a huge homemade turkey dinner. We watch the Christmas parade and football all day.

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  4. Two of my three children typically spend Thanksgiving with my ex husband's family, leaving just my fiance, our 6 year old and I so Thanksgiving tends to be celebrated the week before when all 5 of us can be together.

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  5. The family gets together for a turkey feast and then we play board games.

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  6. Family tradition is certain foods such as wild rice, green jello and pecan pie! I love when the whole family can get togehter, like this year!

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  7. Our Thanksgiving tradition is just spending time with family and being grateful for all our blessings.

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  8. We always make potato dressing to stuff our turkey. It's a family recipe from my Russian grandma.
    CINDY BROOKS

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  9. What is your Thanksgiving Family Tradition?

    im the pie baker thanks...i bakes all the pies

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  10. One of our traditions is going around the table and sharing what you are the most thankful for this year.

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  11. My Thanksgiving tradition is to have family come over for dinner, with the week filled with lots of cooking, baking and family time.

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  12. All our family gets together, laughs, catches up and gorges themselves on turkey.

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  13. Our tradition is to go around the table saying what we're thankful for.

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  14. Our tradition is to get together with friends and have a pot luck.

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  15. Eating with my husband's family on Thanksgiving day at his grandpa's house. His grandpa is almost 99 years old and about 50+ people gather in that small but loving home to eat and laugh together.

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  16. we just get together for a meal and enjoy being together

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  17. Our Thanksgiving family tradition is my mother, sister and daughter cooks together, so much fun talking and laughing together as we cook.

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  18. Our Thanksgiving family tradition is having dinner at my home, I feed around nineteen or so people, sometimes it can get up to 30 . Don't ask me how I do it, Jesus helps me, because I don't have it. But one of our tradition is as we gather around the table, floor, couch and who knows LOL we sing a praise to our Lord and Savior.
    @tisonlyme143

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  19. so Delicious, thank you for doing these.

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  20. The entire family gets together for a great meal and the next morning we wake up early and cut down a Christmas tree

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  21. We visit family mid-day for a big meal and do our own meal the following Saturday.

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  22. Our Thanksgiving Family Tradition is all our family comes here for a couple days of family, fun and food.

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  23. Our tradition is to get together as a family to eat Thanksgiving dinner.

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  24. Our Thanksgiving tradition is to have a meal with family and friends and even people who invite who may otherwise not have a place to go. I love cooking, It is one of the times of year, I can cook to my hearts content.
    ellen beck

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  25. Our Thanksgiving Family Tradition is to BBQ our turkey and eat on our patio and be thankful for our beautiful weather

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  26. Our family tradition is a great dinner and afterwards, playing shanghai rummy.

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  27. Our Thanksgiving tradition is very basic, we just have a relaxed dinner at home together. We like to keep the day casual and fun, with just our immediate family together. It's always a great day. :)

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  28. We travel to Las Vegas to meet my parents each Thanksgiving.

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  29. It is tradition in our family to get a real Christmas tree the day after Thanksgiving.

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  30. Turkey Day tradition - long walk after big meal

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  31. Gathering at my Daughter's Father In Laws so everyone in our family can celebrate together!

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  32. We all get together at my daughter's house. We have 5 children and 0 grandchildren so we have a full house! We all bring something to help out. Thanks!

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  33. Our Thanksgiving tradition is a big family dinner. Later as the kids go to bed and the guys watch sports, we sneak out for a little shopping.

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  34. Our traditions are being together with family and frying our turkey! :)

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  35. We attend two Thanksgiving dinners every year, one with my Mother and one with my husband's family.

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  36. i have a special meal i cook,,cornbread dressing made from scratch

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  37. My mother's homemade noodles, and my mashed potatoes not to mention all the yummy desserts. I always need to diet after Thanksgiving so I can be ready for Christmas. LOL

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  38. eating and playing games as family

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  39. My family and I like to sit down after our Thanksgiving meal and watch a Christmas movie together and socialize.

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  40. Our family always meets at granny's house for Thanksgiving.

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  41. We all gather at a friend of family member home and everybody brings something

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  42. My family's tradition is to gather and my grandmother's house. We all contribute a dish and enjoy the meal with our extended family.

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  43. I typically spend it with my family. No other special traditions.

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  44. Nothing unusual -- family comes over, we roast a turkey and have stuffing, mashed potatoes, etc.
    digicats {at} sbcglobal {dot} net

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  45. My family gathers at my Mother's home every year and we celebrate with fellowship, great food and make good memories. I look forward to Thanksgiving every year.

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  46. Have a. Big breakfast watching the thanksgiving parade.
    Natalie Gonzalez
    Liahec@yahoo.com

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  47. Thanksgiving was always a wonderful family gathering - me, my parents, my aunt, uncle, Grandma, and 2 cousins (plus one cousins wife). All but one cousin have passed away now. The last few years mom and I joined friends, then mom passed last year. Honestly I have no tradition anymore.

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  48. Our Thanksgiving traditions change as our family changes. This year we decided to not host Thanksgiving dinner since one child moved away, one child can only do it the Sunday before, the other child can only do it the Sunday after, and the final child wants nothing to do with us, and my parents are going away on a cruise. So this year, whatever traditions there might have been just don't seem to matter any more.

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  49. Our tradition is getting together with family & watching football!

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  50. We always get together at my sisters house. Menu includes turkey and HoneyBaked Ham.

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  51. Our tradition is to have Thanksgiving dinner at my parents' house. Everyone helps in the kitchen. It's a fun day spent with family.

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  52. My favorite tradition is that no matter what obstacles we have the family ALWAYS gets together from all over tje country on this one day. My fave will always be moms mash potatoes and gravy!

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  53. https://www.instagram.com/tannawings/ instagram follow ID

    ellen beck

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  54. Our favorite tradition is making pies the night before and then baking them! the kids make mini pies with the leftover dough! its a family tradition since i was little!

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  55. About half of the adults in my family are either retail or restaurant managers and are extremely busy during Thanksgiving. So I cook a large meal and they leave work long enough to come and eat and give a few hugs and then back to work. So our Thanksgiving is pretty rushed but we are still glad to have that short time together.

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  56. We always watch the Macy's Parade!!

    mia2009(at)comcast(dot)net

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  57. we have a pot luck thanksgiving meal.

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  58. Our tradition is stuffing a fresh turkey with my mom's stuffing and my husband tends to that roasting. I do all the sides and mom makes the pumpkin pie. Our families are all out of state so it's just the three of us.

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  59. We used to have a tradition of not cooking dinner. We would always go to Golden Corral. It was much more practical because my uncles, dad, and I were all working in retail and had to be available for Black Friday, so we didn't have much time to travel.

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  60. Our tradition is baking the night before :).

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  61. tradition is when the holiday come, we have to drop all drama and be happy and see as much family and enjoy everyone as much as we can. I love when my fmily comes and visits for the holidays or we go visit.

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  62. The only Thanksgiving tradition we really must do each year is let the two youngest children over 3 pull the wishbone apart. We sometimes place dessert bets on who will win. The child with the bigger half gets to make a wish and the rest of the family tries to make it come true for Christmas.

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  63. Our family tradition for thanksgiving is gather together, give thanks, have dinner and listen to music. Thanks for the chance to win such an amazing giveaway.

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  64. Our Thanksgiving Family Tradition is to bake a turkey with all the gf foods to go with it my son has Celiacs so gf is most of what we serve .

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