Saturday, September 30, 2017

Butterball Turkey at Your Dinner Table for the Holidays


Butterball Turkey at your Dinner Table for the Holidays
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When it comes to the Holidays, everyone knows that the Turkey is the centerpiece of every meal. Families gather together and give thanks for the many blessings in their lives and make new memories together!

Finding the juiciest and best-tasting turkey to make that centerpiece perfect, has always been easy with Butterball! They have great recipes and best of all....A helpline for people like me who aren't the greatest at cooking but want to ensure that our family has the best of the best for the Holiday!

·         Text Help (844-877-3456): Send the Turkey Talk-Line a text! Holiday cooking text help will be available starting Nov. 1, with extended hours starting the week of Thanksgiving.
·         1-800-BUTTERBALL (1-800-288-8372): Turkey Talk-Line experts will be available this season starting November 1, 2017, through December 24, 2017, to answer questions and assist all Thanksgiving cooks.

No frustration, just amazing people who can help you through every bit of your Thanksgiving and Christmas dinners with ease.

In the meantime, check out this amazing recipe that has been passed down to our family from generation to generation!



Thelen Family Recipe

Ingredients:

1 (15lb) Butterball Turkey
2 tbsp Dried Ground Rosemary
2 tbsp Lemon Pepper
2 tbsp Dried Parsley
2 tbsp Dried Thyme
1 tbsp Salt
2 tbsp Dried Sage
1 tsp Cinnamon
2 stalks Celery, chopped
1 Onion, Chopped
1 Carrot, Chopped
1 Can (14oz) Chicken Broth
2 Clementines peeled and wedged

Directions:
Preheat oven to 350, line your turkey roaster with enough foil to cover. If using a foil roaster, use just enough to cover and seal. Place the turkey in the roaster....Don't forget to remove the Neck and Giblets from the turkey 😋

Combine Parsley, Rosemary, Sage, Thyme, Lemon Pepper, and salt in a small bowl. 
Rub the dry mixture inside of the turkey, then place the celery, Clementines, onion, and carrot inside. 
Pour chicken broth over the top of the turkey then take cinnamon and rub it into the top.
Cover with foil and seal


Bake for 2 1/2-3 hours until no longer pink at the bone. Uncover turkey and continue to bae until skin turns a golden brown. Remove and let rest for 10-15 minutes before serving.

In other exciting news, Butterball launched a campaign on September 25th to make a Thanksgiving Turkey emoji a reality! Did you know that every other major holiday has an emoji except for Thanksgiving? I would love if you could join the fun and sign the petition! You can sign it HERE! We are so close to the goal we can literally taste that Thanksgiving Turkey :)

Butterball has been part of our family dinners for years and would love to bless your home with delicious and juicy tasting products. So be sure to check them out and make Butterball a new tradition!

Stay tuned for an amazing giveaway for a free Butterball Turkey in the near future. There will be 2 winners!

We would love to see your feedback in the comments section! We all “love it when you like us or follow us” on social media!



* I received this product free or at a discounted price in exchange for my review. I was not compensated for my review and all opinions are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising. *


42 comments:

  1. We love Butterball turkey products. We buy them all year long....but they remind me of the holidays and family.

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  2. We almost always eat Butterball. It isn't that we are particularly loyal, they just always happen to be the one that the stores put on sale.

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  3. I buy a butterball turkey roast about once a week. I crock pot it! Keeps it so moist!

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  4. I love the fall Holiday season.Butterball is not just for Thanksgiving anymore

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  5. It's about turkey time of the year, my favorite time

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  6. I don't think we have butterball in the UK but i always love a good turkey but never the cooking of it part.

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  7. I'm so excited about the holiday dinner coming and already trying to gather recipes. Thanks for sharing your review of Butterball Turkey, this is a pretty famous brand.

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  8. It is getting close to turkey day and I haven't even decorated for fall yet. Need to pick up the pace.

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  9. Butterball has some of the best products. I always choose this brand.

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  10. This is most definitely the time of year to start thinking about what bird you would like to have on the table and Butterball sounds like it is a good brand to go for.

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  11. Oh yum, we always get Butterball turkeys. I cannot wait. They are so tasty!

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  12. I love turkey. it is my favorite part of the holidays okay maybe not but it is a huge part of it. this year i am thinking of making a whole one, the only thing is it is gonna be a small gathering. most of my family is gonna be in colorado and i am stuck at work.

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  13. Your recipe sounds delicious, I'm always open to new ways to cook a Butterball turkey. Can't wait until Thanksgiving is here!

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  14. I grow up on butterball turkey. I always decided never to be the one to cook the turkey. I’m hosting thanksgiving this year and I will use your recipe, thanks!

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  15. Thanks for the info! We always make a Butterball!

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  16. We only use Butterball every year. It is perfect every time!

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  17. That turkey looks delish and thanks for the recipe. Can't wait for Thanksgiving to try this, I'm sure my family would love this.

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  18. We always buy a Butterball Turkey for the holidays. It is always juicy and delicious.

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  19. We use Butterball Turkey every year! One of our favorite brands for sure!

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  20. I never tried butterball turkey before... but would love to try it this fall... Thanks for the suggestion :D

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  21. Oh my that is an impressive looking turkey and it looks like you could get some delicious leftovers out of that ! Butterball looks fab x

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  22. I Liked the recipe but I dont get the same Butterball brand here but I defenitly try this at home

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  23. We love Butterball. Thanks for sharing.

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  24. This looks great! I'm sure you all have a great time with these festivals this time of the year!! :)

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  25. Love the Butterball roasted turkey. Love how good turkey is year round.

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  26. I think I just might make a butterball this weekend!!

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  27. While I no longer eat meat, butterball was a family favourite growing up. Can't believe Thanksgiving is already next week!

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  28. I love turkey! Thanksgiving is my favorite meal - my favorite day because of family! Judy Bradley jbafaith@yahoo.com

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  29. Turkey is definitely the star of the meal on Thanksgiving day. Wish we can find them here where I lived.

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  30. I love turkey and this sounds delicious. I would definitely make it for the coming Thanksgiving. Thanks for sharing.

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  31. I cant believe Thanksgiving is around the corner. I love butterball brand.

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  32. When I think of Butterball, I think of Thanksgiving and fall traditions. Now that the leaves are falling and the weather is getting cooler my mind is fast-forwarding to planning a beautiful Thanksgiving dinner.

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  33. That Turkey looks amazing! Turkey is not so popular in my country but I do think they'll change their minds after they'll see this post.

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  34. Butterball is the only Turkey for my family.

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  35. Butterball turkeys are delicious. Can't wait for Thanksgiving!

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  36. I love Butterball. All of my best family memories include watching my grandmother prepare a Butterball turkey!

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  37. That's interesting to use all those spices. I usually do a brine on my turkey.

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  38. Love to win this for Thanksgiving!

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  39. Our family always celebrates Thanksgiving with a Butterball. The recipe looks awesome and will have to try it out this year, thanks!

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  40. Butterball turkeys are our go-to for Thanksgiving. They always turn out perfect.

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