PHOENIX — Thanksgiving dinner is supposed to be about time with your family and eating a tasty meal. Usually Thanksgiving comes with stress and that stress leads to cooking disasters no matter how many times you have prepared Thanksgiving dinner or if it's your first time. You don't have to freak out that because there are hotlines you can call when you are in stuck in a turkey disaster!
You can call 800-288-8372 or I-800-BUTTERBALL, text them at 844-877-3456, email them at butterball.com, or ask your Amazon Alexa all for advice. The idea is that you can ask someone for tips, prevention or help after the fact of a turkey cooking incident without the freak out.
"Professionally-trained and experts in all things turkey, the Turkey Talk-Line has been answering turkey-related questions each holiday season for the past 35 years."
Call 1-800-255-7227 to reach the crew of a member of the Foster Farms flock to get help have to prepare your Thanksgiving turkey along with guides, recipes, trips and more. Their hotline is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays now through Dec 4.
Did you know that there was a such thing as a National Turkey Federation? They work with the turkey market including growers, processors, breeders and more on that other side of getting your turkey dinner to the store. On their website, you can find recipes, learn more about the industry and more.
And if you are having baking issues, you can use these helplines too:
Crisco has all the pie baking tips you could need including troubleshooting advice and more at crisco.com.
If you have had bread or pastries, you have had yeast. Probably at Thanksgiving you are either having rolls, bread or some form of dessert that probably includes yeast. Fleischmann's Yeast has tips on breadworld.com and a hotline at 800-777-4959 which is open 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. on weekdays.
Oceanspray is all about cranberries and cranberry juice. No Thanksgiving dinner is complete without cranberry sauce. If you have any issues, call them at 800-662-3263.
Hopefully these can provide you a bit more comfort this holiday season.