Mommy Katie: Nothing Basic with the Foster Farms All Natural Sliced Turkey

Sunday, August 23, 2015

Nothing Basic with the Foster Farms All Natural Sliced Turkey

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With our summer coming to an end and those back to school lunch menus to be made, I find that I enjoy creating sandwiches for my family that I can pack away, and that they can enjoy when they eat their lunches. As a parent, I want to find products that are healthier and more natural, so when I was given the chance to participate in a sponsored post for Foster Farms All Natural Sliced Turkey, I was excited to participate and share with my readers.
After heading to our local Safeway to purchase some of the Foster Farms All Natural Sliced Turkey, I found that there was a lot to be excited about with this sandwich meat. First off, I like that this sandwich meat is all natural, that it is 98% fat free, the turkeys are raised without the use of hormones or steroids, and the fact that there are no chemicals or preservatives added to our sliced turkey.  

For me, after seeing what the Foster Farms All Natural Sliced Turkey doesn't have, I realized that this turkey is not your average turkey, and should not be treated as so when preparing sandwiches for the family. In fact, I see it as a super turkey, one that stands out from the rest, and one that parents like myself can not only enjoy for themselves but also enjoy and feel good about serving to their families.


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We have found the Foster Farms All Natural Sliced Turkey has made for a great picnic product, allowing us to take it with us, and the kids create their own delicious sandwiches while we enjoy the remainder of our summer days outdoors. I also know that both my husband and kids will be excited to open their lunches to find Foster Farms All Natural Sliced Turkey on their favorite sandwich combinations. For my husband, who enjoys having his makings for a sandwich put in separate containers so it is fresh and not soggy when he goes to eat lunch giving him that fresh crunch he desires when eating a sandwich, using a whole grain bread, with freshly sliced cheese, turkey breast slices, along with fresh lettuce, tomato, avocado, with a bit of mayonnaise and some freshly mixed honey mustard on the top. Giving him a sandwich that is not basic, and that is fresh to enjoy!
When you prepare your own sandwich using the Foster Farms All Natural Sliced Turkey and realize that there is nothing basic about the turkey, you find that you end up going all out for what you see as the ultimate sandwich. And with this idea of having the ultimate sandwich, the people at Foster Farms have launched a pretty awesome contest. 

The "Don't Call Me Basic" sandwich contest is looking for the most creative turkey sandwich. One grand prize winner will receive their choice of a luxury weekend getaway for two to the gorgeous Napa Valley for the ultimate picnic lunch or $4,000 cash. Also, everyone who enters now through the month of August, which is National Sandwich Month, will also be entered to win prizes for the weekly drawings which include high-end panini presses or gourmet picnic basket sets!



To enter, just follow these simple steps:  

First create a turkey sandwich using Foster Farms All Natural Sliced Turkey lunchmeat and other creative ingredients that you choose to add. 
Then once you have your sandwich, before eating it, snap and post a photo of it to Instagram. In the caption, include the list of ingredients and tag @FosterFarms and #DontCallMeBasic. Make sure your profile is public!

Entries may also be emailed to dontcallmebasic@fosterfarms.com.


For more details on the contest and the official Rules & Regulations, visit www.fosterfarms.com/dontcallmebasic.pdf.

Also, be sure to get your coupon here: http://bit.ly/FosterFarmsLM so you can save $1.00 on your Foster Farms All Natural Sliced Turkey, which can be found at your local Safeway, Vons, Raley's, and select Albertsons stores.







This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Foster Farms All Natural Sliced Turkey.
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3 comments:

Fiddlin' Dandi said...

I've never seen this brand in the store, but it looks really good!

Artadorned said...

Those turkey slices look really good! I'm ready for my turkey sandwich!

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Mommy Katie said...

They are soooo good! We have been using them on our sandwiches since trying them!