Halloween is over and now it’s time to get ready for Turkey Day! I love getting all the family together for Thanksgiving and I am so excited that the holidays are upon us. I usually end up doing most of the cooking and as many of you know this can be a little stressful. Especially now that my grammy isn’t around to ask all the questions I have while cooking. However, Butterball has my back. They have the awesome and wonderful Turkey Hotline. If you have never used the Turkey Hotline you are so missing out. They have so many helpful tips and great information. If you find yourself in a bind on Turkey Day they are a wonderful resource for help.
There are a bunch of ways to reach out to Butterball this year:
How is Butterball providing help to Thanksgiving cooks this year?
The Butterball Turkey Talk-Line has evolved how they help cooks and this year they are able to provide expert advice in many ways:
- 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.
- Facebook and Twitter: Help is available on 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.
- Butterball App: Download the free Butterball Cookbook Plus™ app on your Apple or Android device to get recipe ideas and cooking advice at your fingertips.
- Email: Contact the Talk-Line via email by visiting Butterball.com.
- 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.
Yum! Doesn’t that look amazing? Did you know that Thanksgiving is the only holiday that doesn’t have an emoji? What? How is that possible? Well, Butterball has started a petition to get this situation rectified. They need your help though, go to change.org and sign their petition to get the official Thanksgiving emoji born into reality this year!
Butterball recently conducted a consumer survey and I wanted to share some of the results with you:
- Two-thirds of Americans rank Thanksgiving as one of their favorite holidays.
- Two-thirds of Americans like to incorporate new traditions into their celebrations…many of which include cooking up new and different recipes for loved ones to enjoy.
- Out of all things Thanksgiving preparers cook up, they’re most proud of the turkey. And 88 percent prep it the old-school way: in an oven.
- 84 percent feel excited about preparing the meal, and 74 percent of Americans don’t expect Thanksgiving to be perfect.
- It’s the turkey! 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.
Butterball is sponsoring a giveaway for us! Two people will each win a $15 Butterball check that can be used at retailers to purchase any grocery item to make your Thanksgiving Feast a success! Entrants must be 18 or older and US residents to be eligible to win. Entries will be accepted until 11/12/17 so we have time to mail them to you before the big day!
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