Thursday, December 16, 2010

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{Giveaway} HoneyBaked Ham Cajun Turkey Breast

A couple of weeks ago HoneyBaked Ham contacted me (Hi Jennifer!) about their new Cajun Turkey Breast. I was beyond thrilled to be asked to sample the turkey breast because I am a HUGE fan of HoneyBaked Ham. Their ham makes several appearances at our family gatherings during the holiday season (thus the ten HoneyBaked Ham coupons in my possession) so I was really excited about trying their turkey breast and potentially having something else to serve. Let me tell you, the Cajun turkey did not disappoint. It was juicy, tender, sweet, and a little spicy. I literally wanted to be swallowed up in its all-spice scent.
 
The holidays are all about good food and this Cajun Turkey Breast knows exactly where it fits in when it comes to holiday feasting. And in the spirit of the holidays and to show you how well this turkey would look on your dining room table,  

HoneyBaked Ham has agreed to give away FOUR (4) $25 gift certificates to my readers

Did you get that? F-O-U-R gift certificates for four lucky winners. One. Two. Three. Four. So what are you waiting for?

The rules:

1. You must comment on this post by answering the following question: What is your favorite holiday memory? (Please leave an email address)
2. U.S. entrants only.
3. You have until 12pm on Monday, December 20th, 2010 to enter. Winners will be chosen using random.org and will be announced by 3pm.

Note:  Gift certificates will be mailed out directly from HoneyBaked Ham. 

For extra entries:

1. "Like" Confessions of a City Eater on Facebook (HERE) and then come back here to let me know you did.
2. Comment on the Cajun Turkey Breast Review on Examiner.com and then come back here and let me know what you had to say.

That's it! Easy peasy. Now get to it!

Again, special thanks to HoneyBaked Ham and Jennifer for helping make this giveaway possible. 
Stephanie

21 comments:

Cara said...

My favorite memory was when my son was six. We had obtained Santa's sack that year and Santa had left his sack there with us! and it was a Christmas Miracle because he got a Star Wars scooter!

Heather Lynne said...

My favorite memory was when I was about 6 years old and I was too sick to go out and see Santa on the firetruck. My brother who was 4 at the time convinced him to get off the truck and come in and see me! It was awesome!

holstang said...

My favorite memory is making a centerpiece for my mom in my h.s. floral class out of an old french horn. She still pulls it out every year, even though every decoration has fallen off. She still loves it, and I like seeing it every year!

holstang said...

My favorite memory is waking up early Christmas morning and seeing all the gifts Santa left under the tree.

It was so magical when you were young!

Amy said...

My favorite memory is ripping apart the Sears Toy book when my siblings and I wrote our Santa lists!

Alexa said...

My favorite memory is being a child and being allowed to eat as much dessert as I wanted! In our family the whole table would be covered in treats and my brother and I would try to taste everything!

Emily said...

My favorite holiday memory is last Christmas when I felt the overwhelming joy that this Christmas I would have my daughter here to celebrate my favorite holiday! I'm so thrilled and excited to have her this year to enjoy the festivities and traditions! emily.soto@live.com

ValMarAnt said...

I favorite memory of the holidays is years ago when my brother and I were young we would also plan a special night to decorate our family tree. My Mom would bake cookies, get Sparkeling Cider and we would listen to Christmas music. Every year my brother and I were so excited.

Katrina said...

One favorite holiday memory was when I was about 10, we decided to go drive out of state to visit some friends and told my parents we would do that in place of presents. My sister was the last one out of the house on our way for our big drive. After having a great time with our friends, then arriving home, under our Christmas tree was decked out with presents galore.
Somehow my parents surprised us with the fun trip and presents. We decided maybe there was a Santa after all!

Katrina said...

I already like your blog on FB.

Alexandria said...

I do remember one where I was a kid and I received a complete softball kit from my dad (Santa). Glove, bat, bag, it was nice! I hope to make this year the new best memory (first with my son!)

Alexandria said...

Like you on Facebook!

Alexandria said...

Commented on Examiner page!

Cheryl said...

I clicked like on Facebook!

Cheryl said...

My parents always went above and beyond to make sure we had an awesome Christmas. Like the one year I wanted a Red Wing Jersey and I had opened all my presents but didn't receive the Jersey. Then later when we were leaving to go to dinner and my grandmas they had me get their coats out of the closet and my Jersey was clothes pinned in the closet to the coats! One year they also surprised me with a bathrobe that I had wanted really bad. There are so many stories about how they bought items while my brother and I were with them and we never knew. They really did pass on the spirit of giving and making people smile at this time of the year. (Skibumsgirl at gmail dot com) (I clicked like on Facebook but forgot to put my e-mail in the last post)

Shelley said...

Christmas in Chicago......When we were younger we would take the train from Springfield to Chicago for the holidays. We would eat in the Walnut room at Marshall Fields under the big Christmas tree. Afterwards we went window shopping looking at all the magic they displayed in the windows for the holiday. We enjoyed going to the theatre in the evening and then to Trader Vic's for dinner. I loved getting the rock candy there. What a busy and wonderful day in the city:)

Samantha & Erik said...

My favorite holiday memory is waking up super, super early on Christmas morning, waking up my brother and sister and sneaking downstairs to check out the presents. We would grab our stockings and run to my parents room and wake them up while opening the stockings!! Now everyone sleeps until noon and it drives me nuts!!

Samantha & Erik said...

My favorite memory is waking up super early on Christmas morning and sneaking downstairs with my brother to grab our stockings and check out the presents! We'd bring the stockings upstairs to my parents room and LOUDLY open them to wake up my parents. Now everyone wants to sleep until 10 and it drives me nuts!

Karen said...

My favorite Christmas memory was waking up early Christmas morning with my sister and sneaking downstairs to open our stockings. My parents had a rule that we could not wake them up until 7am, so we'd wait until exactly 7am to go running into their room.

Amy said...

I also "liked" your facebook page!

Amy said...

Also commented on the Examiner review. :)