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ChefAlarm #Giveaway

I have a confession to make… I’ve never cooked a turkey on my own.  I just can’t do it.  But if I could, I think I would want a ChefAlarm.  ChefAlarm shows you a continuous display of real-time temperatures without having to open the oven door.  That’s ideal!  Check out this Tools To Cook a Great Holiday Bird post to see more about how it works.

Then enter to win one of your own. Giveaway ends Nov. 2nd at 1pm EST. It’s open to those 18+ in the US or Canada.

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Hi there! My name is Virginia, and I am the author/owner of That Bald Chick. I am a Christian, wife, mother of three, full time homemaker, homeschooler, and ministry volunteer in addition to being a blogger. In my free time *cough* I enjoy reading, writing, taking walks with my family, and listening to music.

Comments

  1. A purple timer/thermometer? It just can’t get any better than that! I was nervous about cooking my first turkey a few years ago, but it turned out to be much easier than I ever imagined. Plus, I took a Thanksgiving cooking class to help ease my mind!!

  2. Jen Fillier says:

    Thanks for hosting this giveaway, it seems like a great tool for when I cook the roast beast (aka turkey) although we alternate between us and my MIL doing the big meal

  3. Barbi Vogel says:

    I cook the bird for Christmas, my MIL does the meal for Thanksgiving. :0)

  4. My aunt usually cooks the turkey

  5. Carolyn G says:

    I cook it

  6. I cook the bird, with help from my trusty America’s Test Kitchen cookbook.

  7. michelle oakley warner says:

    i cook it, i spend all day cooking the turkey day feast

  8. I have been in charge of cooking for a holidays. I have cooked the bird for both Thanksgiving & Christmas for over 10 years!

  9. kevin beresford says:

    I start it but wife finishes .

  10. abedabun dawn says:

    I do. I cook the entire meal. I wouldnt know how to act if someone else cooked it. LOL!

  11. I cook the turkey…

  12. My handsome husband cooks the bird on Thanksgiving and did it for his family before we got married. He does great.

  13. Marti Tabora says:

    My mom usually cooks it, but she told me that she is handing it over to me this year. So, I have some pretty big shoes to fill. Thank you.

  14. Kim Pinch says:

    I cook the bird for the holidays.

  15. Dawn Monroe says:

    Its been me for years but all the kids are moving out so this year my daughter is doing it. Im in charge of the stuffing.

  16. My mom is usually in charge of cooking the bird.

  17. I always cook the bird in our family