A Best Buy Giveaway to Celebrate Thanksgiving

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My family doesn’t live in the same city so holidays like Thanksgiving tend to be the times we all make an effort to get together. The adults talk over wine. The kids run through the leaves in the backyard. Everyone sits to a big meal. Yes, Thanksgiving usually results in a big family meal and BestBuy wants to make that meal preparation even easier.

From stylish wine glasses (that are dishwasher safe) and knife for carving the turkey (with a sharpener) to a 7-cup food processor (a great tool for making stuffing) and 12-cup coffee maker with grinder (for after the big meal), you can find all your Thanksgiving dinner necessities at Best Buy. Plus may of these items are also own sale, making for one more reason to give thanks.

But we can do you one better than a super Thanksgiving sale. Thanks to the folks at Best Buy, one (1) EverythingMom reader can make Thanksgiving cooking a breeze when they take home one (1) OXO Hard-Anodized Non-stick PRO 10-Piece Cookware set (approx. value $269.99 Cdn). It comes with all the pieces you need to fry, sauté, simmer, strain, and bake your favourite culinary creations. Each piece features 3-layer non-stick coating, so food slides easily onto your plate without sticking to the pan.


For a chance to win simply comment in the form below letting me know who usually hosts the traditional Thanksgiving dinner in your family. As Canadian Thanksgiving is just around the corner, the contest is closing soon so enter quickly.

One (1) 10-Piece Cookware set is available to be won. Contest closes October 5, 2015 and is open to Canadian residents only. Please see full contest rules.

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141 thoughts on “A Best Buy Giveaway to Celebrate Thanksgiving”

  1. My mom is 89 but still lucky enough to live on her own. So the three kids and our families bring Thanksgiving dinner to her place. She doesn’t have to lift a finger, although she still supervises the gravy making. We are truly blessed.

  2. I always host the Thanksgiving dinner in our home and all of the other holiday gatherings, and love it!

  3. We still go to one of our parent’s houses, but as time goes on we help out with more of the work for the thanksgiving meal.

  4. I host the Thanksgiving dinners. Very traditional meal each year as the kids from a young age wanted it that way! Even the special table settings are only used for Thanksgiving each year!

  5. My parents are still the ones who put on thanksgiving dinner, but everyone brings something along. Once we move out of an apartment and into a house I hope we’re the ones who will take over the tradition.

  6. I traditionally hosted the Thanksgiving dinner until a few years ago when we sold our house. Now our son does Thanksgiving as the girls host other special holidays. Thanksgiving is a big time for our family as our anniversary and 3 birthdays are all close so we celebrate them all one day.

  7. Well, it’s usually at my mom’s house, but my husband does the cooking (he loves to cook!). But now we have our own house, so we will probably host it most of the time πŸ™‚

  8. My older sister Wanda. Family gathers for board games/cribbage/movies complimented with sweet & sour meatballs, coleslaw, gravy, dressing, potatoes and the most awesome crispy Turkey. Best part of all of it – kids & adults have movies and games to entertain and pass the hours with laughter & love.

    Eva Mitton-Urban

  9. We go out to eat now that my parents and my in-laws are older. But I’d like to take over this year and work the kitchen!!

  10. We rotate every year, this year its my inlaws turn then I’ll do Christmas and next year vice versa. That way we are the hosting duties even though I prefer hosting πŸ˜‰

  11. My son always hosts the Thanksgiving dinner but this year we bought a house so we will be hosting Thanksgiving! Can’t wait! πŸ™‚

  12. I usually host Thanksgiving dinner in our family. Everyone chips in and brings something. It all works great.

  13. My parents host Thanksgiving every year and when I say my parents I mean my mom. She’s an amazing cook .

  14. My Mom used to host Thanksgiving, but now that I have become my Mom, I am the one hosting and having her over to eat with us! It truly is my favorite holiday! ?

  15. We usually host thanksgiving…well we always host except this year. I am forcing my brother in law to step up!

  16. It used to be my Mother in law, but she has severe arthritis in her legs, so I took over the hosting duties a few years ago. I’m not as good as she is, but I enjoy it!

  17. We always seem to be the gathering place for all the Holidays. I do it all myself with the only help from Hubby who carves the turkey. I like to do it myself so I know everything is perfect!

  18. We don’t have a Thanksgiving dinner but last year, I cooked a turkey a few weeks before hand and invited our (single) neighbour over. That way, he wasn’t overloaded with turkey considering all the dinners he had to go to.

    Besos, Sarah
    Journeys of The Zoo

  19. That weekend is my Brother and sister in law’s anniversary. So we always end up having a big dinner for them. It’s usually at my parents. Last year was a big one with almost 50 people.

  20. We do it with my mom every second year, she lives next door to me & it’s wonderful to have two ovens to work with!

  21. I make Thanksgiving Dinner. Its just my 5 kids, my husband and myself but I go all out with a Turkey and the fixings!

  22. We actually have a mixture of people hosting Thanksgiving dinner (hey more the better lol) my mother in law hosts as well as my grandma and then we host a Thanksgiving dinner as well

  23. My sister and I take turns hosting at our respective homes. Our Mom has done it for so many years, we think it’s her turn to sit back and enjoy the family while we prepare the meal

  24. Our family is spread between the NWT, southern Alberta and California which results in us having a quiet Thanksgiving for the past two years, each on our own.

  25. My parents usually host Thanksgiving dinner at their home in the countryside. This makes for a really nice retreat for my sister and I who now live in the city. However, my dad recently underwent surgery, so I don’t want to leave the burden on their shoulders this year. I’ll be hosting Thanksgiving dinner at my place, which is 1/3 the size of my parents home, ha! Food prep will certainly be interesting in a kitchen that is more like a hallway than a room, but I’m really excited to give it a shot.

    • Yes, it’s amazing how quickly dishes take up room Albertine but so sweet of you to be thinking of your parents. I’m sure they will love the break. Have fun!

  26. My sister’s husband is the host. He does all the cooking and all the preparations. My sister just sit back and relax till it’s time to eat.

  27. We live very, very far away from all of our family so I host the dinner but it’s just for us and sometimes a few friends if they have no other plans.

  28. I have gone to my dads for the last 10 years. My husband and I have bought our first home and he’s British where they don’t celebrate thanksgiving, however he has decided to embrass our Turkey day and have everyone to our place. Wish me luck!

    • The first Thanksgiving is always fun. I had no idea Thanksgiving wasn’t really celebrated in the UK. I don’t think I could go without my turkey πŸ™‚ Curious to see what your husband thinks when it’s over.

  29. My mom always has a turkey dinner at her house for her side of the family while I host at my home for my dad’s side.

  30. My parents host thanksgiving dinner! A lot of the extended family comes too! My dad cooks (with all of the guys helping him in some way, or just chatting in the kitchen) an awesome Turkey with home made stuffing!

  31. I’m lucky enough to be blessed with two Thanksgiving dinners. One day, usually the Sunday, is for my sister to make turkey and my family heads there. The Monday, my mother-in-law makes turkey and we do it all over again at her place. Saying we get stuffed is an understatement, but I wouldn’t have it any other way.

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