On Twitter, it’s impossible to forget Thursday is Thanksgiving. In the days before the biggest collective meal of the year, the food industry has been tweeting its heart out.
Here are some of the top recent tweets.
Sandwich of the Month: The GobblerCan't wait for Thanksgiving Day so you can eat some turkey smothered in... fb.me/1JfXUrGK8— Dorothy Lane Market (@DorothyLaneMkt) November 16, 2012
As shoppers get in the holiday spirit, Dorothy Lane Market gives an early taste of Thanksgiving with a turkey and cranberry sauce sandwich.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture has been tweeting about how to cook that Thanksgiving turkey without also giving your family the gift of food poisoning.
A4: Fresh turkeys are juicier, unless a frozen turkey has liquid added. Heartier texture & less fat if it's free range. -Paula #TargetChat— Target (@Target) November 14, 2012
Target held a Thanksgiving themed chat for customers to ask experts preparation questions.
Meanwhile, Whole Foods Market has been tweeting with creative ideas for the big meal.
If turkey's on your Thanksgiving menu you must have some plans for those leftovers! Crispy Turkey Tostadas? bit.ly/RF9NHn— Lowes Foods (@LowesFoods) November 19, 2012
Don’t know what to do with all those leftovers? Lowes Foods suggests crispy turkey tostadas.
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