Rub it, roast it, stuff it, fry it, baste it, brine it, spice it, tie it. Most are particular about their ceremony with their bird.

GourmetGobbler

In the next week around food blog land and in your favorite food magazines, you are likely to find more opinions about how to prepare a turkey than on any other food subject year round. Eating turkey is part of the Thanksgiving tradition.  Preparing the turkey is a cook’s ceremonial rite.

For the past two years, my mom has brined her turkey and the result has been the most succulent meat we’ve every enjoyed. By soaking the bird overnight in salted water, the meat becomes deliciously tender. My pals at Urban Accents have made the brining process a no brainer. Their Gourmet Gobbler kit includes a heavy duty bag and brining spices as well as some additional bird seasonings to use right before cooking.

To WIN a Gourmet Gobbler Kit, leave a comment on this post before end of day Thursday this week. I’ll randomly choose one winner who will receive the kit just in time for the holiday!  For non-winners who are interested, you can purchase the turkey brining kit here and they will throw in a free pumpkin pie spice.

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49 Responses to “Giveaway – Gourmet Gobbler Kit”

  1. Courtney Says:

    Yum! I’m dying to try brining and a free kit would be the way to go.

  2. nicole m Says:

    Sounds great. I would love to try making a turkey.

  3. Katie R Says:

    Would love to win this for our turkey.

  4. Lindsey Says:

    Ooooh I have always wanted to brine! This kit seems foolproof and delicious.

  5. Wendy (The Local Cook) Says:

    I love experimenting with different ways of cooking meat. Well, actually my DH does, but I get to eat it :-)

  6. sara Says:

    Ooooh, what a great giveaway! I love trying new ways to prepare the turkey every year. :)

  7. Krissi Says:

    This kit looks GREAT!

  8. Starlene Says:

    I’ve been dying to try this for the past few years. I WANT THIS!!! :)

  9. Amy LeBlanc Says:

    I would love to try this method. Usually use injectors, or smoke for the turkey. This would be great. :)

  10. Mary Beth Says:

    I’m dying to try brining and this would be a fab way to be able to do it this year!

  11. Stephanie Says:

    This sounds great! Thanks for the offer!

  12. KellyFJ Says:

    I’ve never brined a turkey but would love to!

  13. Ellen Says:

    brining is definitely the way to go! i would love to try this kit.

  14. Tammy Pineda Says:

    brining turkey sounds yummy. Can’t wait to see if I win. Thank you!!

  15. Kait Says:

    We’re expecting 40 people this year so am trying all kinds of different recipes on a total of 3 birds.. would love to give this a try!

  16. Jessica Says:

    Gobble gobble!

  17. Michelle Says:

    I would love this!

  18. Ronda Says:

    I know many family members who could benefit from this!

  19. Britney Says:

    this looks terrific!

  20. Charlene Says:

    Brining a turkey sounds like a grand idea!

  21. Tony Gnau Says:

    Urban Accents makes some great stuff. I love their popcorn seasonings. Sooooo good!

    I can only imagine this kit is fantastic.

  22. Kelly Says:

    That would be great to win! I have been trying to help a friend as she hosts her first Thanksgiving – so this would help her out. Thanks!

  23. Karin Says:

    I would love to try the brine method. That is one I’ve never heard of and it sounds great!

  24. Emily Says:

    Ooh, I recently sampled a brined turkey and it was delicious! I’d love to try it myself.

  25. Christina Says:

    I have been wanting to experiment with brining! This would be perfect!

  26. Julie Says:

    Brine is divine! Last Thanksgiving was only my second time cooking THE MOST IMPORTANT DINNER of the year. In a fit of sustainability, I ordered a lovely free range, organic, happy turkey from a family farm…then learned that I needed to brine the thing. Brine? What’s brine? Fortunately, I found a recipe, soaked the bird…and it was scrumptious. (Just found your site and look forward to reading more!)

  27. aparna Says:

    A few years ago we had a tandoori turkey! But we haven’t tried brining yet!

  28. kitchen-dreams Says:

    Thank you for making this GLUTEN FREE!!!

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  30. Stephanie Says:

    That looks like such a great idea. I have always wanted to try that process, but I did not want to bust out a 10 gallon bucket to try to brine a turkey.

  31. Banana Wonder Says:

    Wow this looks like something I could use! Thanks for the opportunity to win it!

  32. abby Says:

    I’d love to try this!

  33. Camila F. Says:

    Hummm, that sounds amazing!!! I think I need to try it!

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  36. Bizzle Says:

    Hmm, I’ve been contemplating the brine this year….great giveaway!

  37. wintor Says:

    Oh, I’d love to try brining, I’ve heard nothing but goodness about it! Thanks for doing this giveaway!

  38. Kath Says:

    When I think of brining, I think of salt, which I don’t need in my diet. But I have to trust you on this one Caroline.

  39. Kelly Says:

    Would love to brine my turkey this year!

  40. trish Says:

    I think, there is NO other way to cook a turkey… you must brine that boy into submission! I generally brine with oj, jalapenos, cranberries… sorry. I’m drooling. BUT, I’d totally love to try a ready made, easy to use brine! Happy thanksgiving!

  41. eula Says:

    I brine my turkey too!

  42. Jamie Hein Says:

    That looks cool

  43. Victoria Winner Says:

    It’s the second year we’re having Thanksgiving at our house, and really making the guest of honor(turkey) taste good would really help with my lacking cooking skills. Thanks! Happy Thanksgiving! =]

  44. Megan Says:

    Sounds cool!

  45. Sarah A. Says:

    I haven’t brined a turkey, but then I’ve only made turkey for 2 Thanskgivings so far. I’d definitely like to try it.

  46. Megan Says:

    I used this kit last year & it blew all the other brines away!
    I wish it was more readily available in stores!

  47. amanda kerns Says:

    this sounds like a wonderful idea! if I don’t win- I’ll definitely give it a try :)

  48. susitravl Says:

    I have never made a brined turkey – sounds good.

    susitravl(at)gmail(dot)com

  49. Michael Says:

    Best bird I ever made using one of these kits! It made the perfect thanksgiving turkey!!

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