Thanksgiving Butterball Turkey Giveaway

By Shannon Gosney
In Food Review
November 11, 2010
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butterball logo Thanksgiving Butterball Turkey Giveaway Growing up, we had Butterball Turkeys every year at Thanksgiving.  To this day, I still think that Butterball turkeys have the most flavor of the turkeys out there and cook up beautifully!  This year, I was happy to have the opportunity to purchase a Butterball turkey and continue in the tradition of serving up a juicy, golden brown turkey to my family and guests!  Along with the turkey, we’ll be serving up homemade mashed potatoes, homemade gravy, green bean casserole, sweet potato casserole, rolls, and pumpkin pie.  Yummy!  It’s making me hungry just thinking about it!

Butterball Turkey 1 Thanksgiving Butterball Turkey Giveaway Butterball asked me to share a favorite memory or Thanksgiving blooper on The Mommy-Files and I am excited to do so!  The first memory I want to share is when I was in elementary school and I decided that I wanted to take on the task of making the pumpkin pies for Thanksgiving dessert.  Now, I’m sure the pumpkin pies would have been fabulous…..had I remembered the sugar!  Dangit!  They tasted horrible and we had no homemade dessert to serve up after our grand turkey dinner!  However, we did have some ice cream in the freezer, which nobody seemed to mind.  I’ll tell ya, I never forgot the sugar again and always followed the ingredient list from top to bottom with any other pumpkin pies I made in the future.  I haven’t messed up one since – knock on wood!

The second favorite memory I had was when I was pregnant (with Dallen I believe) and I decided to give my parents a Thanksgiving Dinner for their Christmas present that year.  I cooked the turkey, made all of the side dishes, and served up a most delicious Thanksgiving meal…..and it was the first Thanksgiving meal I had ever made completely by myself!  I was so tired afterwards!!!

Be sure to purchase your Butterball Thanksgiving Turkey this year!  Butterball Turkeys are available at your local grocery store.

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I received a sample from Butterball to facilitate this review on The Mommy-Files.  The giveaway was sponsored by Butterball.  All opinions expressed in this post are 100% mine.

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Shannon Gosney is the author of The Mommy-Files, a national blog with a loyal following. She has a Bachelor's Degree in Marriage, Family, and Human Development with a Minor in Business Management. With 3 active boys, Shannon loves living on the Central Coast near San Luis Obispo, California, as well as traveling around the world. A full-time Social Media and Professional Blogger, Shannon also serves as a National Brand Ambassador for many well-known companies. Her blog focuses on motherhood, family fun activities, traveling and recipes while providing professional opinions on products, performances, restaurants, and a variety of businesses.

412 Responses to “Thanksgiving Butterball Turkey Giveaway”

  1. Ms. T says:

    Not cooking the turkey long enough..

  2. Theresa H says:

    my Grandparents had a group of 8 friends that had Thanksgiving together for over 50 years (and still going). My Grandmother once made vegetable medley and somebody made the mistake of saying it was good (she can not cook) and she has now been making it for 35+ years every Thanksgiving and it disappears. I think somebody throws it out every year.

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  5. Julie L says:

    One of my best Thanksgiving memories is the last Thanksgiving we had with my dad before he passed away unexpectedly a month later
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  10. shelly says:

    I had to work one year and my husband did the cooking and I just had to set the table when I got home. It was great.

  11. I love loaded mashed potatoes! YUM!

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  14. Chris N says:

    My favorite Thanksgiving recipe is for a rocking orange cranberry walnut sauce. YUMMY!

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  16. Cee says:

    A favorite new recipe is Paula Deen’s gingerbread trifle. It combines the flavors of pumpkin and gingerbread (two of my holiday favorites) in one dish. It’s very rich, however.

  17. Elizabeth N. says:

    One Thanksgiving blooper for me was when I was about 7 or 8. I had been throwing a ball with a cousin – back and forth over the in-ground pool. You guessed it! One time, I leaned in too far and fell head first into the pool! I was soaked – with no change of clothes. I’ll NEVER forget that one!

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  19. Suburban PRep says:

    BLOOPER Making all the sides way before the Turkey is done cooking. The sides are cold and we have to reheat in the microwave and the sides get a bit tough. All with extended family joining us for dinner.

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  21. Sally Heiser says:

    I’ll never forget the Thanksgiving turkey that ended my sister’s vegetarian diet! Hail to the turkey!

  22. Nadine L says:

    I can’t get into store bought, canned cranberry Sauce anymore, I have to make my own. This is the recipe I use:
    1 – 12 ounce bag of fresh or frozen cranberries
    1 – cup sugar
    1 – cup water
    1/2 grated orange rind

    In a pan, mix water and sugar on medium heat until sugar is dissolved. Add cranberries and bring to a low boil. Add Orange rind . Reduce heat to keep the sauce at a low boil for about 10 minutes, stirring often. When the sauce begins to thicken or cranberries begin to burst, remove from heat. The sauce thicken as it cools. refrigerate until serving.

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  28. Elizabeth I says:

    This is a bit of a “fake” recipe but Williams Sonoma makes an excellent gravy base. I buy it every year. topgun34er(at)hotmail(dot)com

  29. Linda Kish says:

    The one and only time I cooked a turkey I thought I was doing so well. I had everything on the table at the same time. Unfortunately, the turkey was nowhere near done. I cooked it like it said but I guess my oven was slow. So, we ate everything but turkey and went out to dinner every year after that.

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  31. Anita says:

    A favorite Thanksgiving memory is gathering at my aunt’s house one Thanksgiving and helping my 9 yo cousin decorate a Santa-shaped cranberry-jello molded salad ‘thing’. LOL We also made little turkeys out of Nilla wafers, KitKats, and kisses, I think. :)

  32. wren says:

    favorite memory is when all the cousins would bring sleeping bags to the front porch to sleep so we didn’t have to hear all the snoring relatives inside… loved getting together for large family Thanksgivings.

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  38. Rachel D. says:

    The one Thanksgiving that always comes to mind isn’t really a blooper or a favorite one but it’s one I’ll never forget. I have always loved Thanksgiving and when I was 5 I was horribly sick with the flu. I remember Thanksgiving morning came and my Mom said I was too sick to go to Thanksgiving and I told her maybe I would feel better in the morning (I think it was about 5am but it was still dark so to me it was still night time). I ended up having to stay home with my Dad who of course turned on Football and then fell asleep. It was a miserable Thanksgiving but definitely made me appreciate every Thanksgiving after that!

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  44. Barry says:

    Always for Thanksgiving my mom would fix enough food for an army. I will never forget the smell of turkey and dressing all over the place.

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  46. Karen says:

    My favorite recipe at Thanksgiving is twice baked potatoes! Yum!

  47. Tari L. says:

    I don’t know that it is my favorite, but it is certainly my most memorable. The first year we moved in to our new home I decided to host Thanksgiving dinner for my inlaws. This particular year everyone decided to come (not a common thing) making our guest list in the mid 20′s. This was a to be a sit down dinner. Ugh. Anyway, the morning of the big dinner, my son (who was 2) and my husband both got ill. They both had high fevers. I called people but they still wanted to come (turns out some of them were sick as well). I had to prepare the meal with my son trying to cling to me or hear him crying for me while someone else tried to comfort him. It was awful. It took me 12 years to agree to host one again.

  48. EMMA L HORTON says:

    I DO NOT HAVE THE RECEIPE FOR THE PUMPKIN PIE THAT MY GRANDMOTHER USED TO ME….IT WAS SO DELICIOUS AND SHE MADE EVERYTHING FROM SCRATCH….MY GRANDMOTHER HAS PASSED ON BUT I STILL REMEMBER HER PUMPKIN PIES

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  50. The first year we were married, we had my parents, two brothers, and sister over for a Thanksgiving style dinner one night in our little one bedroom apartment. It was quite entertaining having my mom and I try to prepare the meal in our tiny little kitchen, but it turned out wonderfully. I was so nervous about cooking a turkey for the first time and called my mom at least a half dozen times throughout the process, but it was perfect!

  51. Shanda J says:

    I actually have 2 favorites. My grandmother used to make a caramel cake from scratch that I am still trying to perfect. I also have been working on sweet potato pie which is my absolute fave!
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  52. debp says:

    I think it was the first turkey I cooked. It had plastic gravy packet with it, that I forgot to remove.
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  55. Denise B. says:

    My favorite is sausage stuffing with Jimmy Dean sausauge, cubed and dried Italian bread, celery, onions, seasonings, and butter.

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  57. Marcia Goss says:

    A mistake I made was forgetting to thaw out the turkey a couple of days before Thanksgiving. Dinner took a lot longer to prepare, but it was still delicious!

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  62. SUZANNA PICKERING says:

    a favorite Thanksgiving memory for me was-Helping MOM make Dinner all of us talking laughing just being together MOM and Dad are gone now and sadly we do not get together much these days

  63. Melissa M. says:

    My favorite thanksgiving recipe is Pumpkin Whoopie Pies

  64. April Lane says:

    I love carrot souffle…here is the recipe:
    Ingredients:Servings:
    6 66Servings Size

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    1/2 cup crushedcorn flakes or 1/2 cup walnuts
    3 tablespoons brown sugar
    2 teaspoons soft butter
    1 lb carrot, cooked
    3 eggs
    1/3 cup sugar
    3 tablespoons flour
    1 teaspoon vanilla
    1/2 cup butter, melted
    1 dash nutmeg
    Combine the crushed corn flakes or walnuts, brown sugar and butter, Set aside. 2 Puree the cooked carrots and the eggs in a blender. Add the sugar, flour, vanilla, melted butter, and nutmeg and blend. 3 Pour into a 1 1/2 quart greased souffle dish or pan. 4 Bake at 350 degrees for 40 minutes. 5 Spread the topping over the souffle and bake 5-10 minutes longer.

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  71. edq143 says:

    I’d love this turkey with some pumpkin pie this year

  72. McKim says:

    When I was 16 my dad was seriously ill in a hospital 125 miles away and my mother was there with him. That left my brother – who is like a lump on a log – and I home alone for Thanksgiving. I got the wonderful idea that I was going to fix Thanksgiving dinner – turkey, stuffing, pumpkin pie – the whole thing on my own. It all turned out great – for the most part, and I’ve been in charge of Thanksgiving dinner ever since!

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  74. Jenn S. says:

    I always seem to cook the turkey upside down. :(

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  76. DEANNA MARKIEWICZ says:

    ONE YEAR I COOKED THE TURKEY WITH THE NECK AND STUFF STILL IN IT I COULDNT FIND IT SO I THOUGHT THEY FORGOT TO PUT IT IN, AND ONE YEAR I DROPPED AND RINSED IT OFF NO ONE KNEW

  77. Susan Heim says:

    Every year when I was a kid, we went to Grandma’s for Thanksgiving. She always had a “kids’ table” and I hated sitting there! I was a “big girl” and deserved to sit with the grown-ups, or so I thought! Ever since then, I’ve never had a “kids’ table” at my house.

  78. JoeyfromSC says:

    LOL@ forgetting the sugar!! Thanks for sharing your memories! I enjoyed the post!!

    Well, it’s embarrassing, but I cooked my turkey one year with the bag of giblets, neck, etc. inside!(holds head in shame lol)

    I still cannot believe I did that!! Freaked me out when I realized it AFTER the bird was done ha

    I have always loved Butterball turkeys too and my nickname in 4th grade WAS Butterball rofl

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  79. Amanda Starr says:

    Not really a recipe but love cooking the turkey in a brown paper bag, so good!!

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  89. Rochelle says:

    My favorite Thanksgiving memory is when all my family got together in 2008. Everyone, including cousins, great aunts and family friends attended. People I hadn’t see for years were there. It was such a great Thanksgiving. I loved seeing everyone all together in one place. I will cherish that Thanksgiving forever.!

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  95. Sharon Harmon says:

    One year for Thanksgiving, we were having it at my cousin’s new house. They had a huge dog that was put in the garage at night to sleep. They put the frozen turkey on a high shelf to thaw. Thanksgiving morning, when my cousin went to get the turkey, she opened the garage door and saw nothing but plastic pieces and bones! The huge dog had reached the turkey and ate it! lol! ;)

  96. Jennifer says:

    A few years ago, I hosted my first Thanksgiving at my house… everything was going perfect until we pulled the Turkey out of the oven… I dropped it and it practically flew across the kitchen…. I was crying for hours and my family has still not let it go!

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  98. Lynda E says:

    Mine’s a pumpkin pie blooper too! My son and I were baking the night before and were making two pies. We doubled the recipe for everything except the spices and didn’t realize it until we cut into them the next day. Talk about yucky!

  99. Linda says:

    My favorite memory was when I was young and our whole family going to grandma’s house and gathering all together for Thanksgiving.

  100. sandra says:

    i remember laughing so hard one time while i had water in my mouth that i spit it all over the table

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  102. Kristi C says:

    One year we went to my husband’s brother’s home for Thanksgiving. Prior to this, we had asked if there was anything we could bring and were told no that they had everything under control. When we got there the night before, my sister-in-law decided she was to sick to fix anything so everyone decided I was in charge of it all. The 19 lb turkey was still in the freezer and they wanted to eat at noon the next day. Their idea of enough food was a small can of green beans, a box of instant mashed potatoes, a small box of Stove Top, the frozen turkey, and a bag of rolls for six adults and three children. It was a disaster! I was up all night trying to defrost the turkey. I would not let my children even eat the turkey because it wasn’t fully thawed whenever everyone wanted it in the oven. I have refused to ever to there for Thanksgiving ever since.

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  112. joni taylor says:

    the first year I ever decided to make thanksgiving, I put the turkey in the oven. When i checked on it, the top was nice and cooked and the bottom was totally raw. You guessed it, my bottom heating element went out
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  117. debra b says:

    I have many good and a few not so good Thanksgiving memories (some) of my family spending thanksgiving together and the reason it was just (some) of my family is because my father would be absent during the thanksgiving time because it was deer season & he was deer hunting and the location he preferred to hunt took him far away from our home to his cabin in WV, Unfortunately he never spent a thanksgiving dinner with us and growing up we were alittle disappointed at times that he wasnt with us but we knew deer season was his favorite time of the year and he enjoyed being out there in the woods hunting, of course he always shot a deer or two (or three) during hunting season and would bring it back home for my mother to cook throughout the year, me & mom and my 3 sisters would usually go to another relatives home for dinner and as we got older and moved out of the house we still spent thanksgiving together at one of our homes but of course without dad, Thanksgiving will be sadder and different this year for all of us as we lost him last year but we are grateful that he did get one last deer season in 2008 and we believe that his spirit will be spending Thanksgiving at his cabin in the woods when deer season starts this year because that was his favorite place to be, Thanks for the great giveaway

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  121. Jackie says:

    When I was a child, we use to go to my grandmother’s house for Thanksgiving. There was always a children’s table…and set at each child’s place was a foil wrapped chocolate turkey! Thanks!
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  124. Elaine Lund says:

    My favorite Thanksgiving recipe is sausage stuffing. Just something I put together and have been making it for many years now.
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    My favorite Thanksgiving recipe is sausage stuffing. Just something I put together and have been making it for many years now.
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  126. Ericka T says:

    One year I had the 20 lb. turkey in the sink. I had recently gotten a new save/rescue cat that weighed about 3 lbs. All of a sudden I heard all this thumping, growling, and hissing. You guessed it, the cat had discovered the turkey. However the turkey was so big the cat couldn’t take off with it and was trapped under it. I laugh every time I think about it. 15 years later, I still have the cat. His nick name is devil spawn.

  127. Terri says:

    My favorite recipe is cream cheese pecan prailine pumpkin pie.

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  128. Alicia Webster says:

    A favorite Thanksgiving memory for me is the first one that my hubby and I had as a couple. No witchy mother-in-law, no neurotic brother-in-law, just the two of us with a turkey, green bean casserole, and apple pie. It was lovely.

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  134. DEBIJOT says:

    Our first Thanksgiving as a married couple, I cooked a turkey. Well, cooked is too strong a word, it came out undercooked and I had left the plastic bag with the neckbone inside. It was not a good start!

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  140. Alicia says:

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  146. Ellen says:

    My fav Thanksgiving recipe is sweet potatoes . I make it homemade (not canned) and there are never leftovers!

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  150. charline says:

    My favorite recipe is sage dressing. It is the best.

  151. Lee says:

    In the South we always had “sillybub” at Thanksgiving. Sweet scuppanong wine was combined with sugar and whip cream and then added to fruit ambrosia. Its a family recipe that goes back to colonial times.

  152. Lee says:

    In the South we always had “sillybub” at Thanksgiving. Sweet scuppanong wine was combined with sugar and whip cream and then added to fruit ambrosia. Its a family recipe that goes back to colonial times.

  153. Kiersten says:

    My grandma makes sweet potatoes with orange slices instead of the usual marshmallows. It is SO GOOD and not too sweet–just perfect.

  154. Christy says:

    My favorite Thanksgiving recipe/dish is homemade dinner rolls.

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  160. Natalie J. Vandenberghe says:

    Every memory of Thanksgiving dinner at my parents table is special for me. It was quite an adjustment when I had to start being responsible for the meal preparation. After I realized that no matter what I did, I was disappointed, I quit trying so hard. I decided not to make or do everything that my parents did. Needless to say, my dinner still does not meet up to my memories, but I am a lot less frustrated now. This year is my first as a grandmother. I hope I won’t be so busy that I can’t enjoy my grandson; and, I hope I am able to create wonderful memories for my kids and the generations to come.
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  161. Lois S says:

    One of the most memorable Thanksgivings I had was a couple of years before my Mom passed away, My family was all together for Thanksgiving, my husband, sons and grandkids,and my brothers and their families
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  162. April H says:

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  167. Suzanne K says:

    My favorite Thanksgiving memory was the first year I was married! I wanted to do the ‘big family dinner’ all by myself, and actually pulled it off (amazing) – had 20+ people and everything worked! Not sure I could even do that now!

  168. I have two bloopers that I need to share about the first time I ever cooked a turkey dinner all on my own. I cooked it upside-down and forgot to take the bag with the neck and giblets out of the turkey before I cooked it… YIKES! It still tasted good, but made for a good laugh.
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  175. JulieD says:

    Potato casserole is my favorite side dish for Thanksgiving.

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  177. Debbie C says:

    Not timing the turkey correctly meant I had to entertain guests for two hours before dinner. Since it was in-laws and none of us were that crazy about each other , that wasn’t a nice memory.

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  179. Jennifer R says:

    My Thanksgiving blooper was to marinate it in Champagne one year. It tasted awful but I thought I was so gourmet.

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  181. Sue Farrell says:

    My favorite memory from Thanksgiving was when I cooked a huge 27 pound turkey and all the trimmings and had all my husbands married friends and their wives from his Army platoon over for dinner. It was a great time.

  182. Nichole cook says:

    Some of my most memorable Thanksgivings were growing up in Northern California and going to my Great grandmothers house with all of my mothers side of the family. There were so many people and lots of cousins to play with. That’s when it was fun to sit at the kids table!!

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  187. The first year my mom made a turkey, she asked someone how many bags of stuffing she needed. They told her to get two big bags. She came home from the store with two paper grocery bags full! We still tease her!

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  193. Selene says:

    Once I had pecan pie filling overflow and hit the hot oven element, causing flames and lots of smoke. Immediately turned the oven off, but had to fiish the rest of the oven chores in the microwave. Needless to say, the oven was a mess. Thank goodness for self-cleaning ovens.

  194. Jill L says:

    The day before Thanksgiving quite a few years ago, I found out my son had some kind of rash that meant we couldn’t be around any pregnant women which ended our plans for Thanksgiving. The problem was, I was also pregnant. I remember going to the grocery store to buy a turkey and the emotions just got to me. I started crying as I was paying. I felt so bad for the cashier. Turns out, I had bought a frozen turkey. We wound up having to eat pizza for Thanksgiving which was ok since I spent the weekend in the seclusion of my bedroom.

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  203. Jennifer Short says:

    It seemed like a scene out of “A Christmas Story” — except the movie wouldn’t be out for a few more years — the cat at the turkey!

  204. Donna L says:

    I remember as a child waking up on Thanksgiving to the aroma of turkey cooking in the oven.

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  210. Amber Gifford says:

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  213. Marjorie Whitney says:

    I remember getting Thanksgiving dinner ready to eat on our childhood home enclosed porch, and watching our cocker spaniel trying to fit the whole turkey he’d grabbed off the middle of the table through the doggie door.

  214. crystal allen says:

    the first thanksgiving that i cooked for my inlaws, i didn’t know that i should take the bag out of the turkey before i cooked it.. actually, i didn’t even know there was a bag in there to start with.. the turkey came out fine and everyone got a good laugh out of it. clallen at ntin dot net

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  221. celia says:

    A few years ago I made a sunset magazine rubbed turkey recipe for Thanksgiving that was delicious!

  222. Melanie says:

    I don’t know the exact recipe yet, but my mom makes an amazing oyster stuffing every Thanksgiving!

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  226. Storm says:

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  230. Noreen says:

    one year we bbq the turkey but it was nit fully defrosted so we cut pieces off as they were ready

  231. Laura Benjamin says:

    My favorite blooper is the first time I made Thanksgiving dinner for my mother-in-law who did not like me. Her pampered cat jumped up on the kitchen sink where the turkey was thawing in a pan of cold water. The cat tried to take a lick and ended up freezing its tongue to the turkey. We spent most of Thanksgiving in the Vet ER room while the vet tried to separate the two. My mother-in-law was hysterical and never did forgive me even though that was years ago.

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  235. Jan says:

    my mom tried all her life to get me to eat cranberry sauce-hated it -it was a running Thanksgiving joke how she’d try to dress it up. Right after she passed 5 years ago, someone brought a cranberry pie (with fresh cranberries) to dinner-it was so good and I’m addicted to cranberries now- I always have to smile when I get all excited that the cranberries came in at the grocery store – mom would be amazed. I always silently think when I throw them in the cart “mom, you’d be so proud of me.” sammiejanL40 at aol dot com

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  247. Jeff says:

    I remember having Thanksgiving with all of my long distance family every year.

  248. Bonnie Harvey says:

    My youngest son is in the Army.He served three full years in Iraq.I had been dianost with RSD,my muscles in my legs aregoing out of my legs!Son couldn’t call much because they were hiding out!He missed about four Christmas.I have a older son in his late 20′s.As a mother I just didn’t have my heart on Chritmases!
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    Now we have to celebrate Christmas early at our House.They are going to her MOMs house Christmas!But BOY O BOY,Grandma’s little Landon James will be here Thanksgiving a little EARLY!!
    And being sick ,my husband has been in training to Cooking! And he has already cooked a Turkey Breast!He is doing a Great job.He knows its going to come someday,he’ll be take care of me!But I Pray to the Lord everyday,to put his GRACE on me,for a MIRECAL!And he can do it!
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  249. Sherry E. says:

    As a child I remember going to my gram and paps for Thanksgiving. My pap would always be the Turkey carver and always have something funny to say. He sure made me laugh a lot and I really miss him..so my favorite memories of Thanksgiving were spent with my pap!

  250. loni says:

    I remember my mom would always get up at like 4 or 5 am to put in the turkey the day.

  251. Sheila says:

    my favorite Thanksgiving day celebrations were when my Grandma Young was still alive. she infused such a spirit into the holidays. my dad always chose to be the turkey carver.

  252. Jordan B says:

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  258. Diane Baum says:

    There was the Thanksgiving when my golden helped himself to the turkey and we had hot dogs for Thanksgiving.

  259. susitravl says:

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  262. Cynthya P says:

    I like all the traditional Thanksgiving foods, but what other people seem to like the most are my homemade crescent rolls (they rise overnight in the fridge) and my homemade cranberry relish (it has roasted pecans and pineapple tidbits in it.)

  263. Amy Delong says:

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  268. Jodi says:

    I grew up with 7 brothers and sisters , so Thanksgiving was always a house full of great smells, great food, love and laughter. Life has progressed and we have all moved to different parts of the world. We have lost some of us along the way. Things will never be the same…. but those Thanksgivings will always be some of my greatest memories.

  269. tina page says:

    The first thanksgiving that i cooked my own meal, I cut my finger on the Crisco can and bled into the gravy trying to fix it…Needless to say, it was a disaster….Thankfully it has gotten better over the years and i have learned caution with cans!:)
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  270. Ed Nemmers says:

    Mom’s and Grandma’s Stuffing is magnificent!

  271. marci h says:

    My blopper is the first turkey i’ve ever cooked–i forgot to take out the neck and gizzard–AND the bird was under-cooked–hubby didn’t mind–he still enjoyed the side dish of stuffing and mashed potatoes. :)

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  276. amber p says:

    my favorite Thanksgiving recipe of all time will always be green bean casserole!

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  281. meme says:

    My favorite is my son’ s sweet potatoes with pinneaple. yum

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  283. Mrs. Smitty says:

    I LOVE brining my turkey each year. So delicious and moist!

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  288. Joy F says:

    My grandmothers pecan and chocolate pie. I loved having it every year. Thanks.

  289. Patti Sherman says:

    My daughterinlaw cooked er first turkey with the plastic bag of gizzards still intact! Ugh!!

  290. Sharon says:

    My favorite Thanksgiving memory is when I finally got my dressing to taste like my Mom’s! Nobody cooks like Mom! Second is when I made my first pumpkin pie! Now it’s my family’s( and mine) favorite pie,Thanksgiving or anytime!
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  291. katie says:

    My favorite recipes are the ones we use from Black Friday on with leftover turkey!

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  293. Monique Rizzo says:

    My fave recipe is my cranberry,almond,sausage and mushroom stuffing.
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  294. Deb K says:

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  298. Chris Ann says:

    The thanksgiving that was most memorable to me was when we were newly married and traveled
    to be with family. My hubby had to be at work the next morning, since he was such a loyal employee
    he would not stay put out of town in an ice storm. We traveled at speeds of 5-20 miles per hour.
    We saw so many wrecks that we quit counting after 27. It took us eight hours to get home, instead of
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    We were so thankful to arrive home safely.

  299. melissa says:

    my favorite Thanksgiving memory was eating a big dinner with my happy family.

  300. Rosey says:

    Twenty some years ago, when I had my new in-laws (big family and almost all attended) over for Thanksgiving, I did not know you were supposed to pull the neck and gizzards out of the bird. I wish I was kidding. Luckily, they still love me, and still trust me to make some holiday meals.

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    My favorite recipe that I’ve not seen anyone else make is a chocolate chunk pecan pie. Exactly what it sounds like…pecan pie with chocolate chunks in it.

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  307. Sand says:

    One year the turkey fell on the floor and we didn’t get to eat it that Thanksgiving.

  308. Linda F says:

    One Thanksgiving, we lost power while I was preparing dinner. The power did come back on but dinner was delayed by several hours.

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  311. Sarah L says:

    It’s a cliche, but I like the green bean casserole with mushroom soup and french onions.
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  312. Tammy Greer says:

    I remember when I was a child on Thanksgiving morning all the men would go hunting and the women would cook. At lunchtime, everyone would gather together and we would have a wonderful feast.
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  313. Michelle H. says:

    My favorite memory is when I made my first turkey. I was so afraid of messing up, but it turned out great.

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  322. Shannon says:

    my favorite memories are of being with my family at my grandparents’ over the years, always lots of good food and a chance to spend time together

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  324. Betty C says:

    One of my favorite Thanksgiving memories is the year I cooked the turkey instead of my mom. I never cooked real food, just desserts but I had heard of basting the turkey with coke. My mom let me do it and it turned out to be a favorite with the whole family.

  325. Jennifer Jozwiak says:

    I had a successful turkey on my first try so that is my favorite Thanksgiving memory!!

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  328. Veronica Garrett says:

    My favorite Thanksgiving memory is the first Thanksgiving dinner I prepared for my husband.

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  332. Justine says:

    My fave thanksgiving memory would be of my grandmother..she used to go all out for this holiday, making many different kinds of desserts, a huge delicious turkey and every side dish you could think of…I miss her a lot so this is one memory I really cherish :D

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    I love garlic mashed potatoes with pan gravy made from scratch.

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  341. Donna K says:

    My mom makes a great sweet potato casserole.

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  353. Annette says:

    we sit down to thanksgiving dinner with this great menu, turkey, mashed potatoes, macaroni salad, candied yams, cranberry sauce, stuffing, pumpkin pie , apple pie and all sorts of cakes

  354. SHARON JOHNSON says:

    the official bird of Thanksgiving!!!!! Yum!

  355. Clara B says:

    My two favorites Thanksgiving recipes are my homemade stuff ( apples,celery,onion,cornbread,ground beef, raisins and oysters) and of course my sweet potatoes with marshmallows mmmm…..delicious!!
    Happy Thanskgiving for all. God Bless all!

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