Hickory Farms Gift Ideas and a Giveaway!
Hickory Farms Gift Ideas and a Giveaway
There are so many Hickory Farms gift ideas to fit almost everyone’s taste and budget. I love, love, love the mini melt away mints around this time of the year too. My husband goes crazy for the sausage and my kids love the smoked cheese. My husband doesn’t even like mustard but he goes crazy for all the different flavored mustard jars that come in these baskets too. He practically hides them for himself. I tease him every year. I shouldn’t talk because I tend to hide the mints. Sh! Don’t say a word.
I’m so happy to be able to giveaway a Hickory Farms gift basket to one lucky reader!
Did you know that Hickory Farms has been providing holiday shoppers with plenty of options for the past 60 years?! You just know a product is good when it’s around that long.
You don’t have to visit the mall to purchase Hickory Farms products. They also have an online option to purchase all these yummy products too! See them all on the Hickory Farms website.
Hickory Farms Giveaway Details
I am giving away the exact same Hickory Farms kit as seen in the photo in the beginning of this article. All you have to do is leave a comment below and tell me how you make the holidays a little less stressful. My tip, I bake a head of time and I have plenty of wine & beer on hand! lol
A winner will be chosen at random. Giveaway ends on 11/30/14 at 11:59 pm CST. Winner will be announced on 12/4/14.
The gift basket will be send directly to the winner from Hickory Farms.
Disclaimer: Compensation and products for review were provided by Hickory Farms via MomTrends. I received a free sample of the product for the purpose of this review and to facilitate a giveaway. The opinions expressed herein are those of the author and are not indicative of the opinions of Hickory Farms.
My mother-in-law and sister-in-laws always come to our home for Thanksgiving, which makes it less stressful for my wife. Not so much for me!!!
I make a shopping list & shop early.
I do the exact same thing we always start cooking the night before but we just stick with the wine (;
I do as much of my prep work ahead of time and this year I am even planning to cook the turkey a day ahead and warm it when it’s time to eat.
I also try to do everything I can ahead of time. This includes finishing shopping and wrapping by the beginning of December if I can so that I can dedicate the few weeks before the holidays to bake gifts and cook ahead for Christmas diinner.
This year I let my sis in law host Thanksgiving. We cooked the turkey in our big slow cooker and took it to her house. It worked out great. She did all the sides and I didnt even have to clean my house…lol
I agree with doing as much ahead of time as possible. Also I would advise not to try a new dish because it sounds delicious. Always make things you have done before.
I make the holidays a bit less stressful by starting to Christmas shop in August and having all of my shopping done before Thanksgiving.