Sunday, November 22, 2009

Walmart's $20 Thanksgiving Meal for 8 and Gift Card Giveaway




With Thanksgiving less than a week away, I've already begun my preparations. This year I'm hosting not one but TWO Thanksgiving dinners in my home. That's a lot of turkey! I'm hoping my meals will turn out as delicious as the feasts my mom has always prepared. Both my grandmother and mother are talented cooks and bakers, so I have some big shoes to fill. Thanksgiving is truly a special holiday for us filled with wonderful traditions. Usually we watch the Macy's Thanksgiving parade and a little football. We gather together and give thanks for all of our blessings. And of course there is the food: the turkey, dressing, mashed potatoes, green bean casserole, rolls, cranberry sauce and numerous pies and treats.

This year Walmart wants to help families serve up delicious holiday meals without the worry of overspending their budget. They've rolled back their food prices and have announced that consumers can prepare a Thanksgiving dinner for as low as $20. According to their website, the scrumptious $20 feast includes the following (see http://connect.walmart.com/holidaymeals/ for complete details):

* One 12-pound Grade A turkey
* Three 11 to 15.5-ounce cans Green Giant vegetables
* Two 14-ounce cans Ocean Spray cranberry sauce
* Three 6-ounce boxes of Stove Top stuffing
* One 5-pound bag of red potatoes
* One 12-count package of Sara Lee dinner rolls
* One 22-ounce pumpkin roll cake

I've seen some great food deals advertised this week, so I'm sure that I'll be able to save quite a bit of money on my grocery bill with some frugal shopping. I'm a regular user of Walmart's Ad Match policy where they match local competitor's prices. I've also spotted quite a few coupon deals on the following websites:

Campbell's Soups and French’s® French Fried Onions
Libby's Vegetables
Pillsbury/Green Giant/Progresso

By the way, after browsing Walmart's website, I noticed they have a Food & Recipe center. Who knew? After a quick search I discovered several Turkey recipes including, Apricot-Onion Roasted Turkey, Brined Hickory Turkey, and Lemon-Herb Turkey Roast. This holiday season the site will also post some great recipes from the Food Network’s Melissa d’Arabians.

And don't forget those photos with Santa. Last year our local Walmart had a couple special days when Santa visited and they gave out free photos with Santa. I took my daughter and was very pleased with the results. You can bet we'll go back this year!


Thanks to Walmart and Mom Central, I'm giving away two (2) $30 Walmart Giftcards to Brimful Curiosities readers to help make your holidays a little brighter. 2 WINNERS!

To enter, leave a comment telling me about one of your favorite holiday traditions.
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• Contest is open to US only
• Contest ends on Monday, December 7th, 2009 at 11:59 PM CST.
• Winner will be chosen at random
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1st extra entry: Leave a comment with a great food coupon deal you found online. I'll add it to my list above.
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“I wrote this review while participating in a blog tour campaign by Mom Central on behalf of Walmart. In addition, I received a $30 Walmart gift card to thank me for taking the time to participate, and I will donate the gift card to our local food pantry. I also received two $30 gift cards to offer as a giveaway. (View my full disclosure statement for more information about my reviews.)”

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Colleen said...

Oooh, your first entrant! I print coupons from Coupons.com all of the time! You'd be surprised at how many times I can print a bunch and find that "the Pig" has sales at the same time so I can REALLY save!

Colleen said...

For my second chance to win: One of my favorite traditions is taking a before gifts are opened picture and an after gifts are opened picture, with the gifts all arranged under the tree. My Mom always did this and now I do too!

rubynreba said...

My Dad reads the Christmas story from the Bible after our Christmas meal.
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auntrene said...

I love Thanksgiving, well actually I love anytime the entire family is together. This year thanksgiving will be a little sad. My mom passed away in Sept and won't be with us. My favorite tradition as a child was getting up early on Thanksgiving and helping mom get the stuffing made. She always had us kids sit at the table and tear up the loaves of stale bread. We also always watched the Macy Days parade together. Will be watching again this year. Love the parade.
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Jennifer said...

My favorite Thanksgiving tradition is getting up and watching the Macy's Thanksgiving day parade with my kids and then going to my grandparents for lunch and then watching all the men fall asleep while watching football! It's a blast!

JK said...

We always get up in the morning on Thanksgiving to make pies and watch the parade. Then the next day Christmas starts, with the tree, music, movies, and yummy junk food! :)
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shopannies said...

love to share what we are thankful with as a family in a large circle before dinner
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Laura Renegar said...

One of my favorite traditions is going to church on Christmas Eve. The kids are always wiggly, but it refocuses us on what Christmas is about.

shopannies said...

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casey aubut said...

My favorite Christmas tradition happened by accident. The first year I moved out (17yrs old) I was so sad to not being able to wake up with my family on Christmas morning- so I ended up spending the night at my parents house on Christmas Eve so I could be there when my little brothers woke up to open their presnts. Now- 13 years later- my hubby and kids, parents and both of my brothers and their families at some point on Christmas Eve gather at my house to sleep so we can still all wake up in the same house and wake each other up to open presents, have a big breakfast and be together for at least the morning before we are all pulled away to other extended family obligations! My favorite morning of the year!!
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Janet and Maya said...

I ask out-of-town friends and family to tell me what they are thankful for. Then I write their responses onto paper leaves that decorate our Thanksgiving table. We read the messages out loud and even though they can't join us around the table, we remember each of them.

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Leslie said...

My girls and I always watch the Macy's Day Parade on Thanksgiving. The next day, we put up Christmas decorations and watch Christmas Vacation.

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jerricapuck said...

My favorite tradition has always been that my mom & I wake up super early, sneak to see the presents stacked up, peak inside of our stockings, and THEN wake everyone else up. hehe.
:)

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JC said...

One of my favorite holiday traditions is we exchange greeting card (which we each write down what we are thankful this year) after Thanksgiving dinner.

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Desiree said...

I love going to the Fantasy in Lights at Callaway Gardens :)

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mrs.mommyy said...

holiday traditions huh...always make or have a fresh made apple pie- and always read a Christmas story each night in December. Its just fun, now they are older its movies but it is neat to read a different story.

bleatham said...

One of our holiday traditions is to eat at my grandparents house. My grandma is 82 years old and she has ALWAYS prepared both Thanksgiving and Christmas Eve dinners for our entrire family. Spending time with everyone is a tradition I love!
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bleatham said...

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cdziuba said...

My favorite tradition is the holiday baking we do. My daughters and I make about 25 different types of cookies, plate them, and give to friends and family, who look for them every year. They're always asking "When will be getting out cookies??!".

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janetfaye said...

One of my favorite holiday traditions is making my mom's stuffing recipe.

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Danielle a.k.a Yellie said...

A great tradition we have is that on Christmas morning (my sisters and I and our husbands and children all go and spend the night at our parents' house on Christmas Eve) we get up and start opening gifts, then we stop and have breakfast and the kids play with the things they've already opened and about half an hour later, we resume the present opening. I love it because it prolongs that super fun part of the morning and we all get a chance to see what each other has gotten.

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Sondra said...

My favorite holiday tradition is one that we did as children. Instead of stockings we put paper bags under the tree and Santa would fill them with fruit and candy. I have tried to continue this with my kids.

MoziEsmé said...

For Christmas, we do a "happy birthday" cake and sing the song...

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Sondra said...

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Anonymous said...

I love decorating, but my favorite tradition is read "Twas the Night Before Christmas" to my children.

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The Allen Family said...

My favorite tradition is decorating gingerbread houses. Loved it when I was little, loved it now.

Joyful Girl Naturals said...

My favorite holiday tradition is making pies from scratch. I get my girls to help out and we have a blast! We bake the traditional pies and then one new one we have never tried.

The Allen Family said...

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mamawj said...

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lmkirb said...

We always, ALWAYS go watch our local high school football game. We have been doing it for years and I imagine we will continue to do it for years! Then we eagerly await the aroma that hits us as we walk through the door and are greeted by the turkey cooking!!YUMYUMYUM!!!

3carnations said...

We have a thankful poster. Each year since my son was born, we all list one thing we're thankful for on the poster each Thanksgiving.

cindiizzy said...

My favorite tradition is the family being together.

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Bingo said...

Gee favorite tradition...I think it has to be STILL opening stockings...we all gather on our bed and do that before anyone goes to see what Santa brought....they are little things but so much fun..and even married with a wife and our first grandchild on the way, we will do it again this year in their new home so that will be very special!

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Marie said...

One of our favorite holiday traditions is on Christmas Eve everyone gets in the car wearing their PJ's with hot cocoa (in travel mugs) and cookies and we drive around to admire all the Christmas lights :-)

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Mami2jcn said...

Favorite Thanksgiving tradition: watching the Macy's Thanksgiving parade.

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Tamara B. said...

For the past three years my two children and I deliver food baskets from the donations collected at church. The Saturaday before Thanksgiving we deliver them to the needy families. I just wish I could give more baskets out because it gives us such great joy to deliver them to the wonderul people that are just down on their luck for a bit.
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Niecey said...

My fav holiday tradition is a strange one...it's playing the computer game worms with my brother. We have done for years and I look forward to it.

Honey Mommy said...

Our Favorite Holiday Tradition is to put up the Christmas tree during Thanksgiving. It starts one holiday just as the other ends!

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etirv said...

It's been our tradition every Thanksgiving to spend it with my hubby's brother's ex-wife. She dumped him but kept us!

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Staci said...

On Thanksgiving my dad puts hay in the back of his truck and takes all the kids for a hay ride. They love it and have so much fun. Everyone warms up with hot chocolate and cider afterwards.
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Colleen said...

one of my favorite traditions is to drive to Hartwood Acres and drive through their christmas lights display with my kids while singing christmas carols.
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Jennifer-Eighty MPH Mom said...

One of my favorite holiday traditions is our ornament exchange party that we host at our house every year - it is so much fun!

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Nancye said...

One of my favorite Holiday Traditions is going to church service on Christmas Eve with my family.

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Sweeter the berry said...

My favorite holiday tradition is letting my kids open 1 present on the night of xmas eve.
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celi.a said...

One of my favorite holiday traditions is actually tied to Thanksgiving. I lived for seven years on the other side of the country from my immediate family, and making the trip for Thanksgiving wasn't feasible. So for those years I went to my uncle's house. He's an architect and something of a gourmet, so the whole holiday was one big food production, not to mention the 'extras' for Thanksgiving Day itself. BUT, he was also really into having everyone help - if they could do it without getting in his way. My favorite holiday tradition? Getting up at 5am to have the kitchen to myself on Thanksgiving morning to fix the sweet potato and peach casserole. Using the trial and error method, I eventually learned that that was the only acceptable time during the entire day to make my dish without getting in the way of some greater, fancier food preparation. In a way, all of the hassle makes it special. My sweet potatoes are a family favorite now, and I always get a kick out of the fact that they're the first thing gone, of all of the choices...

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katklaw777 said...

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Anonymous said...

This is a Thanksgiving tradition, but we always go around the table and share things we are thankful for that year. It is a special time.

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Dolphin Girl said...

For Christmas Eve we alway have fondue. It is fun and yummy and something we only do once a year.

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Ladytink_534 said...

My favorite holiday tradition is all the baking and making candy the women do. For the past two years I've been the one to do everything.

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CanCan (Mom Most Traveled) said...

Dressing, or "stuffing" is one of my favorite holiday foods! I don't eat meat so I enjoy wowing everybody with my home made Tofurkey.
I always convert meat eaters every year, at least for the holiday meal! :)

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Nicole said...

My favorite tradition is getting together with family and spending the day eating and chatting.

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Beth (BBRB) said...

My favorite holiday tradition is baking all sorts of yummy goodies!

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wmmahaney said...

Our favorite tradition is just before we eat we each share what we are thankful for. It is wonderful to hear what my children, especially the 4 year old is thankful for.
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AStarrA said...

I always like having brunch with my family on Christmas morning (don't really have much of one for Thanksgiving since my Dad died the day before in '07)

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Bethie said...

Our favorite tradition is the whole family gets together for Christmas Eve and we have a huge seafood feast.

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Kirsten said...

On Christmas morning we take turns and open gifts one a time. It is lots of fun to see what everyone got and enjoying the morning.

Carrie said...

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One of my favorite traditions is...having the day off from work!

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Anonymous said...

I love gathering with family and saying what we are each thankful for.

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ellie said...

One little tradition we have observed for the last 28 years is always eating Thanksgiving dinner on our wedding china, given to me by my mom. Since she's passed away I haven't had the heart to get them out and use them, but I think someday I will be able to do it again.
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Jeanette Huston said...

One favorite Thanksgiving tradition we have is my husband always carves the Turkey and we watch. This is a big deal in my family.

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GabbyLowe said...

My family has a scrap book that goes back to my great great grandmother and every year we add photos of all the big events that happened that year

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reinertz3 said...

Every other year our family travels to the small town where my parents grew up and we have Thanksgiving dinner in the grange there. There are anywhere from 75 to 100 relatives there and plenty of food!

Anonymous said...

My fave holidy tradition is when my mom, my daughter and myself get together and back Christmas cookies. We always have a ball and don't even mind the clean-up afterwards!!!
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Anonymous said...

One of my favorite hoiliday traditions is singing Cristmas carols with close friends at a pre-Christmas party.

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throuthehaze said...

My favorite tradition is decorating the Christmas tree.
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Cheryl F. (The Lucky Ladybug) said...

My favorite holiday tradition is leaving cookies for Santa :) *Thanks* for the giveaway!
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kuparstwn said...

My favorite holiday tradition is taking my family over to my mom's house first thing Christmas morning for "Grammy's in Jammies" Christmas breakfast!

Young in TX said...

Our fave holiday tradition is going out in the woods at my folks place and getting our own Christmas tree. It's pretty humorous the picking, cutting, pulling through the woods, attaching to the car, the drive home, getting it home and in the house, etc.


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lmurley2000 said...

our family tradition is christmas dinner at my parent house
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Melody said...

I love baking. Sometimes I don't fel up to it but once I start holiday baking I'm energized.


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One Southern Girl said...

My favorite holiday tradition is on Christmas Eve, my family makes lots of different kinds of appetizers and we sit in our livingroom and watch a special movie. (and we also rearrange the livingroom, probably much to my mom's chagrin!)

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A Frugal Friend said...

we're actually starting a new tradition. We lost my mom unexpectedly during the holidays...so now that we have a little one that never knew her Grandma, we are going to decorate the tree each year (with some of Grandma's ornaments too) on the day she died. I hope this will help us focus on the joyful instead of the sad.

Shop with Me Mama said...

A favorite holiday tradition is going to get the Christmas tree together then decorating it after pizza!

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Debbie said...

My favorite Holiday Tradition is making atleast one new ornament for my tree.

Anonymous said...

One of my holiday traditions is to make Christmas cookies.

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VickieB said...

Other than decorating, I really don't have a favorite tradition anymore.

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DarcyO said...

We have a tradition of playing a game for presents. Each person brings a wrapped presents and draws a number. The person with #1 picks a present from the pile to open. Person #2 can then take #1's present or open a new present. It's lots of fun!

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Meredith said...

We play a Christmas version of Bingo . It is fun for old and young.

Dwalline said...

My fav holiday tradition is driving around looking at all the decorated lights listening to christmas music

Amy B. said...

My favorite holiday tradition is listening to the Carpenter's Christmas album.

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Melissa said...

One of my favorite traditions is doing an annual Secret Santa with my siblings, and exchanging the gifts at my Grandparents' house before Xmas Eve dinner!

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smdrm said...

Because we live away from family, my favorite tradition is our annual Christmas tour where we get to be with all of our children and grandchildren as well as seeing family we don't see the rest of the year.

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arielle said...

Breaking out the Christmas music and decorating the tree with my family! its my favorite tradition.

Peter Schott said...

Our favorite tradition this time of year is our nightly Advent reading w/ wreath and candles. We got some great story books by Arnold Ytreeide that tell a story about people living near the time of Jesus' birth and have a devotion each night.

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Anne J said...

My favorite holiday tradition is going Christmas caroling at the Nursing home with our church. The residents are always so happy to see the children, it is heartwarming.

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