Thursday, November 5, 2015

Thanksgiving #Giveaway Event ends 11/15 CLOSED

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Welcome to the 2015 Thanksgiving Event! 

Promoted by QueensNYCMom

Sponsored by We Love Travel Deals

Hosted by Dixieland Reviews 

Co-hosted by: Imperfect Women

There will be a total of 10 winners for this event! 

Seven lucky people will win a prize package that contains:

 1- $100 Gift Card to an area grocery store (if winners area does not have a store that offers gift cards, we will send a Visa gift card in it's place), in order to purchase what they need for their family Thanksgiving meal, + a $100 Visa gift card to kick off their Holiday shopping! Total value of each prize package is $200.00 

 1 - $200 gift card to an area grocery store (if winners area does not have a store that offers gift cards, we will send a Visa gift card in it's place), in order to purchase what they need for their family Thanksgiving meal, + a $200 Visa gift card to kick off their Holiday shopping! Total value of prize package is $400.00. 1 (One)

1- $200 gift card to an area grocery store (if winners area does not have a store that offers gift cards, we will send a Visa gift card in it's place), in order to purchase what they need for their family Thanksgiving meal, + a $300 Visa gift card to kick off their Holiday shopping! Total value of prize package is $500.00. 1 (One) 

1- $200 gift card to an area grocery store (if winners area does not have a store that offers gift cards, we will send a Visa gift card in it's place), in order to purchase what they need for their family Thanksgiving meal, + a $500 Visa gift card to kick off their Holiday shopping! Total value of prize package is $700.00. Total value of all 10 prize packages, combined, is: $3000.00. 

Win it!!! 10 Winners will win the prize package above. Open to 18+, USA and Canada. 
There is only one mandatory entry on the Giveaway Tool, all other entry tasks are optional, and give you more entries. Event begins at 1:00 pm EST, on 11/2 to 11/15 ends at 11:59 pm EST. All prize packages will be delivered via Fed Ex next day to ensure plenty of time to shop for your groceries for your Thanksgiving dinner and/or any Black Friday Shopping. 

Winner will be chosen via random.org and will be announced on our winners page. Participating bloggers are not responsible for shipment of prizes, all prizes will be shipped via the sponsor.
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60 comments:

  1. the best thanksgiveing is the lastone we had with dad lots of food and family,and football,

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  2. my first time cooking a turkey forgot to take the bag out

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  3. This might seem like an odd memory, but I remember one Holiday when my Great Grandmother ate some shellfish by accident and was rushed to the hospital. She was sitting up waving at us all from the stretcher as they took her away in the ambulance.

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  4. My best Thanksgiving was at the Ponderosa buffet.

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  5. My best Thanksgiving was at the Ponderosa buffet.

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  6. i have to go with the year i almost stabbed my cousin with a fork for eating all the mashed potatos. I was like 9...

    danielle marie xdanimarie(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  7. My favorite Thanksgiving memory was last year when my whole family got together for the first time since we were kids.

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  8. I remember roasting my first turkey upside down.

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  9. Thanksgiving isn't a really big holiday in our family. My favorite thanksgivings were when we were all in Cleveland. We're spread out all over the country now, not as much fun.

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  10. My favorite thankgiving memory is hosting it right after I was married. I was overwhelmed but so proud

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  11. My favorite memory on Thanksgiving, is having a house full of people, when we were growing up. My mom had a number of brothers & sisters (16) and between cousins, Aunts & Uncles, our house would be so full. My Mom would have to could 2 huge turkeys and everyone basically ate in shifts.

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  12. I loved the rituals of preparation, the smells, the feel, and the look of the food. I would help my mom cook, and the day before I'd cut up the bread and let it sit to dry out. Then early the next morning, I'd cut up the onions and celery to saute until they were a beautiful golden brown, and I'd mix the two together along with the bread and some egg and the Bell's seasoning in a huge bowl, up to my elbows in melted butter, then stuffing the turkey and trussing it up with bakery string and poultry pins. Then, when the turkey was in the oven and filling the house with wonderful smells, I'd peel the potatoes and veggies to cook, and then help clear off the dining room table to set. I'd get out the nice tablecloth, dishes, silverware and glasses, and would devise fancy ways to fold the napkins to make the table look festive.

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  13. My favorite Thanksgiving memory ..is one from childhood..is when all the family was there.including my father who was in the Navy..

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  14. They year my step dads family and my mothers family were under one roof in Big Bear for the weekend. I was about 17, and it was awesome hanging out with all of my cousins at once.

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  15. I always enjoyed when my grandmother would come to our Thanksgiving dinner and spend time with us.

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  16. I can remember my mom sitting at the table making her homemade noodles and apple salad for thanksgiving. Those were our two favorite things to eat on Thanksgiving and still are.

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  17. The best thanksgiving memory was when my grandpa was still alive and always wanted his banana puddig

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  18. My Favorite Thanksgiving memory would be the first one with my husband of 27 years, we didn't have much, a small 1 bedroom apartment, tiny kitchen but we made the best Thanksgiving meal we could afford, it had some of my family traditions and some of his, that was the start of what we have today, 2 grown children and 4 grandchildren to look back and be Thankful for all the years and fun we had along the way! Thanks for the chance!

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  19. My father was in the military so we were hardly ever around extended family for the holidays. He also hated turkey so we went out to eat Chinese every Thanksgiving. Strange but wonderful memory.

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  20. My favorite Thanksgiving memory is from a couple of years ago where I cooked the entire meal for the 1st time for my whole family. Usually my mother cooks, but she got to rest this year and told me I did a great job.

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  21. All my family sitting around the dinner table together having fun.

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  24. The best Thanksgiving I ever had was at my daughters. It was great to see her making "family" dishes.

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  25. Having a big family get together with out of town relatives that we rarely see. It was so much fun getting caught up with everyone.

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  26. We invited people from work that had no families to celebrate Thanksgiving with and had a house full of fun and laughter

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  27. The first time I tried to make an entire Thanksgiving meal myself. I had my fair share of disasters, but I triumphed in the end.

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  28. My first Thanksgiving with my son. It truly showed me the meaning of being thankful for family.

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  29. My first Thanksgiving with my son. It truly showed me the meaning of being thankful for family.

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  30. The best Thanksgiving I remember is when I was a little girl and had the mumps. I know it doesn't sound fun because I couldn't eat much. But my mom made me jello and a milkshake:)

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  31. My favorite Thanksgiving memory was the last year we got to spend with my Grandmother before she passed away. It will forever be a very special day.

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  32. My family used to go to the local army base because my uncle is a 2 star General. The base puts on an incredible Thanksgiving meal and I loved going.

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  33. My favorite memory is watching the Macy's Thanksgiving day parade with my mom.

    rtrexel@gmail.com

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  34. Going to my grandparent's tiny house and crowding around a table loaded with food, then helping grandma with the dishes followed by playing cards or board games. Every year for my entire childhood - such great memories!!

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  35. The first Thanksgiving I came back home and walked into my mother's kitchen is my favorite. The smell of the dinner foods cooking was such a comforting thing.

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  36. My favorite Thanksgiving memory is when my best friend cooked the Thanksgiving turkey. She pulled me aside and warned me not to eat the turkey. She never removed the insides from the turkey before cooking it. Gross, but I was grateful for the heads up. The rest of the meal was delicious and prepared by others. Every holiday, I relive that moment and smile.

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  37. My favorite Thanksgiving memories were waking up as a kid with the smell of the food already drifting through the house.

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  38. I love hearing what the kids are thankful for every year. I keep a Journal of it. I think they will get a kick out it when they are grown.

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  39. I think about my mom using an old fashioned meat grinder to grind cranberries and orange for the relish she made only for Thanksgiving when I was a little kid.

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  40. When my mom was still here for our Thanksgiving dinners!

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  41. I have lots of nice memories but the best ones are of the family dinners at my grandmother's. We always had so much yummy food and just enjoyed spending the day with all of the family.

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  42. I remember going to my grandmas with cousins for thanksgiving

    JOE GERSCH

    JOEBISSY@MAIL.com

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  43. My favorite memory is the first Thanksgiving my husband, children, and I stayed home and I fixed dinner. We were tired of the dysfunction from both of our extended families and elected to do our own thing. Haven't been back to Thanksgiving with extended family since.

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  44. My favorite memory is Thanksgiving with my family~!

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  45. All of my favorite memories are the same for Thanksgiving. Getting to spend time with my family, working with them to put a great meal on the table. Then the relaxing afterwords from the food coma!

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  46. My favorite Thanksgiving memory was a few years ago when we got together and celebrated with loved ones that are no longer with us today.

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  47. I always think about these - let's call them interesting - jello salads that my grandmother made for Thanksgiving every year. there was the pea green one, the red one with nuts, the orange one with bits of cranberry....every year I think of making one, just because the table always looks like something is missing without them.

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  48. I remember helping my Grandma bake pumpkin and apple pies for Thanksgiving. I loved seeing my Aunts, Uncles and cousins. We played games and ate.

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  49. My favorite Thanksgiving memory is the Thanksgiving that my husband came home and surprised us on Thanksgiving Day. He had been given a 2 week leave from Afghanistan and did not tell me. It was the best Thanksgiving Day I have ever had.
    Laurie Emerson
    lauraemerson17 at yahoo dot com

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  50. My favorite thanksgiving was going to my grandma's house for dinner. She lived on a huge farm with two houses. Then I got to spend the night. So much good food!!!

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  51. My favorite Thanksgiving memory isn't just one specific one, it's getting to spend time with my family each year on Thanksgiving.

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  52. My favorite memory is helping my mom prepare Thanksgiving dinner for the family - awesome smells & conversation!

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  53. My favorite thanksgiving memory is learning how to cook dinner from my mom and grandma.

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  54. My favorite Thanksgiving memory is the first dinner I cooked 35 years ago...how I wish my loved ones who have since passed could sit at my holiday table still

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  55. Making Thanksgiving with my Late grandma at her house, I will never forget the joy and happiness I felt making that day special with her.

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  56. My favorite memory is playing euchre with my family.

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  57. My favorite Thanksgiving memory was the first one that we celebrated with my niece who was adopted a few months earlier when she was 15 months old. To see this child who had gone hungry getting so excited when she saw the big turkey and all the other dishes spread out on the table was something I'll never forget.

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  58. First Thanksgiving I made my grandmother's rice dressing - gizzards came out like little erasers but the flavor was great :)

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  59. My favorite memory is the year i was so depressed at first because my mom had passed away and I was missing the huge family Thanksgivings from when i was little. It was just going to be me, my aunt, and my daughter. The night before Thanksgiving, we were preparing foods and my aunt just started singing and dancing around the kitchen and laughing, i joined in. We then played board games all night. And i realized.... it was not how many people were there- it was the love of the ones that were there and the fun you could have. That is such a special memory for me. And we have added a few more along the way to our Thanksgiving dinner table.

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