Tried and True Tips from the Butterball Turkey Talk-Line #TBThanksgiving

This post goes out to my American readers!

Sharing your favourite memories with friends and family has always been a special part of the Thanksgiving holiday. Some people may remember savouring that unexpected side dish their grandmother made when they were a kid. Others may remember the year their mom forgot to turn on the oven and dinner was served much later than was planned.

Turkey has a way of bringing people together. In fact, it’s hard to think of a Thanksgiving without it. This year, Butterball is asking family and friends to “throwback” to their favourite Thanksgiving memories and reflect on the holiday meal.

Cooking that holiday meal takes a lot of planning and preparation, whether it’s your first time cooking Thanksgiving dinner or you’re an old pro at roasting the turkey. Fortunately there are professionals to help.

Butterball Turkey Talk-Line experts have been helping families by providing advice for 35 years – the 50+ experts help more than 3M holiday cooks each November and December. This year, the Talk-Line experts will open the vault to share most memorable calls over the years, personal recipes, top tips and never before seen video/photos.

Average tenure of a Talk-Line expert is 15 years and good advice never grows old, so let your audience get the top turkey tips from the experts they have been dishing out for more than 30 years. Families everywhere can join in the throwback Thursday by sharing their favourite Thanksgiving recipes, photos and memories through social media using the hashtag #TBThanksgiving.

Check out my interview with Nicole Johnson one of the Butterball Turkey Talk-Line co-directors. Nicole has shared her trusted advice on ABC “World News with Diane Sawyer,” “FOX and Friends,” NBC’s “Today Show,” Weather Channel’s “Wake Up With Al” and “Access Hollywood” and has done interviews on KCAL-TV (Los Angeles) and WGN-TV (Chicago).

Happy Thanksgiving to all of you wonderful folks south of the border!

Natalie

LINKS: Butterball US (@Butterball)  Butterball Canada (@Butterball_CA)

5 Comments

  1. Victoria Ess
    May 31, 2016 / 7:43 pm

    Great interview! cooking a turkey can be so intimidating!

  2. ivy pluchinsky
    December 26, 2015 / 7:41 pm

    Butterballs are awesome

  3. Cheryl
    December 23, 2015 / 9:31 am

    Had my first Butterball of the season last night!! Looking forward to a few more yet!!! 🙂

  4. Judy Cowan
    December 20, 2015 / 8:36 am

    Looking forward to cooking the turkey for Christmas! Love Butterball!

  5. Cheryl
    December 2, 2015 / 7:54 am

    I remember the first time I cooked a turkey I was so scared!! Not sure why they are so easy to cook!! Just scared of the unknown lol 🙂

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