Tuesday, November 17, 2015

Feel Good About Your Turkey Day with Honeysuckle White! #sponsored

This post is brought to you via a partnership with Honeysuckle White and Shady Brook Farms and I received promotional product and compensation for my posts. As always, opinions are my own, and I would never post about a product I didn't believe in.

Thanksgiving is almost here! Do you have your turkey yet? When you're picking out the perfect bird for your family, don't you want one that is free of antibiotics and hormones? And that supports independent family farmers, but most of all--keeps all this good stuff while still keeping cost down?

Then you definitely have to check out Honeysuckle White and Shady Brook Farms. Not only do they raise their birds hormone and antibiotic-free, but they support independent farmers and still manage to keep their turkeys affordable.

Are you preparing your first turkey this year? Don't fear, call the  Shady Brook Farms and Honeysuckle White Turkey Hotline at 1-800-810-6325, where they're on hand to help you select, prepare, cook and carve a turkey for the holidays. Or live chat with turkey experts via 700reasons.com ‘Contact Us’ at 700reasons.com.

PLUS--who ever said selfies were selfish? Upload the photo to Instagram or Facebook with the hashtag #TurkeySelfie to be entered to win a $500 giving card to donate to a food bank of choice. The contest runs Nov. 1 through 30, so gather your fam and your selfie stick and enter!

I'll be posting my perfect turkey recipe soon, using Honeysuckle White, but I wanted to make sure I got word out of their awesomeness while everyone is prepping for the big day next week. Happy Thanksgiving Prep Week, everyone!


  1. I bought a Honeysuckle White bird last year and it was delicious!

  2. I really appreciate that they support independent farmers!! That's super awesome and also ties in with my values!

  3. omg YES this is exactly the kind of turkey that I'd buy!

  4. Mmmmm. I love Honeysuckle products! I'll be brining up one of their turkey breasts this year!

  5. Yes, I'm totally a fan of Honeysuckle White! Looking forward to see how you make your turkey this year. :)