This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Foster Farms All Natural Sliced Turkey. All opinions and my love for a delicious sandwich are 100% my own.
No beating around the bush here. Today I’m going to share something with you that I’m pretty excited about, an awesome contest, and a delicious alternative to your basic turkey sandwich. Woah! That’s a lot of stuff to talk about so I’m not going to waste any time. What I want to tell you about today is Foster Farms All Natural Sliced Turkey.
Foster Farms All Natural Sliced Turkey is lower in sodium, healthy, premium lunchmeat and has no nitrates or nitrites. There are no chemicals or preservatives, this turkey is raised with no hormones or steroids, and is 98% fat free. I don’t know about you, but this is something I feel good about serving up to my family. As if a healthier alternative to something that is such a common household staple isn’t enough, Foster Farms has an amazing contest going on to get those creative sandwich making juices flowing.
Don’t Call Me Basic Contest
Now for some fun! Foster Farms is holding a sandwich making contest to prove that sandwiches made with new Foster Farms All Natural Sliced Turkey lunchmeat are anything but “basic.” If you’re a creative sandwich maker, then this is the contest for you. The grand prizewinner will receive their choice of a luxury weekend getaway for two to the gorgeous Napa Valley or $4,000 cash. That most definitely does not suck!
How To Enter
The grand prize includes a two-night stay for two at a Napa Valley luxury hotel, travel to/from and a gourmet picnic lunch ($4,000 value) or $4,000 cash prize. Random weekly drawings will be held every Friday to give all participants a chance to win. Prizes for the weekly drawings will include high-end Panini presses or gourmet picnic baskets. The contest will last until early September and is open to all U.S. residents over the age of 18.
Sandwich concoctions will be selected and judged by a panel of culinary and food media professionals, who will identify five recipe finalists. The grand prizewinner will be selected from the finalists by a panel of five food and lifestyle blogger judges. The winner will be announced in early September! For more details on the contest and the official Rules & Regulations, visit www.fosterfarms.com/dontcallmebasic.pdf.
Chipotle Turkey on Sourdough
Of course in the spirit of not being basic, which I absolutely am not, I have to share my delicious sandwich creation. It has been tested on my hubby, and other various family members and passed with flying colors. In fact, I’m eating one as I type this so give it a try and let me know what you think! All you need to slap this baby together and get your eat on is:
- Sourdough bread
- Foster Farms All Natural Sliced Turkey
- Gouda Cheese (or your fave type of cheese)
- Chipotle Mayo
- Lettuce, Tomato, Onion as desired
I know you’re chomping at the bit to run out and pick up a package of Foster Farms All Natural Sliced Turkey so you can start creating. You’ll be happy to know that they are available at your neighborhood Safeway and Raley’s. Be sure to save a dollar by downloading the coupon found here.
Will you be entering the Don’t Call Me Basic Sandwich contest? What’s your signature sandwich? Let me know in the comments below and thanks for reading!
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Foster Farms All Natural Sliced Turkey.
Jana saysAugust 12, 2015 at 8:27 pm
this sounds delish! I’m always looking for recipes that are different for sandwiches!
Heather Murphy-Raines saysAugust 12, 2015 at 8:34 pm
Fun contest, Alison! Thinking up great sammy combos to enter that contest. Yum! I see my family benefiting from #dontcallmebasic sammy experimenting in the future.
PS Miss my roomies!!
Miranda @ The Bright Side of Reality saysAugust 12, 2015 at 8:46 pm
Yum! This chipotle turkey sandwich looks so good. I love Foster Farms lunch meat and this contest sounds great. What an awesome prize!
Kimberly @ Stuffed Suitcase saysAugust 13, 2015 at 2:05 pm
Sounds yummy! Has me thinking ahead to school lunches.