Have you noticed that I’m having a good time creating dinner bowls lately? These are becoming one of my favorite ways to make an impromptu dinner. All I need to do is have leftover rice, and I can throw together the meal with whatever needs to be used up in the fridge or the produce drawer.
The last few peppers from my garden? Done! A California avocado that is about to be one day too far gone? Done! Hatch chiles, which are just about to vamoose for the season? Done! A pound of a Foster Farms organic ground turkey? Done!
Wait, let’s back up to that last ingredient. Foster Farms, the company you associate with chicken, has branched out into turkey territory, and has done it the right way, with an organic ground turkey that is everything you want it to be — a light, lean source of protein, a perfect substitute in your tacos, spaghetti, lettuce wraps and burgers. It’s USDA-certified organic, raised free-range on organic land and organic vegetarian feed – with no antibiotics ever, no added hormones, steroids or artificial enhancers.
That works for me.
In fact, I am giving away some FREE organic ground turkey, just so you can have a good dinner bowl like this. (Or some turkey chili, or turkey tacos, or turkey lettuce wraps, or turkey whatever-you-fancy. See some more turkey ideas here on their Pinterest board .) Look right after the recipe for how to win turkey. Because you want turkey; you do.
What do you think of my new turkey dinner bowl?
THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED AND THE WINNERS ARE ANNOUNCED IN THE RAFFLECOPTER WIDGET BELOW. Do you feel lucky? I do because I get to give away 4 coupons for 1 free pound of Foster Farms Organic Ground Turkey, to four of my readers. That’s right, four people will win! Simply leave a comment answering the question in the Rafflecopter widget below. Contest ends Sept. 23 and four winners will be picked and notified. (Giveaway is for U.S. residents with a U.S. mailing address only. Other legal-schmegal stuff here .)
Disclosure: Foster Farms provided coupons for the giveaway and for recipe development. Melissa’s Produce sent the fresh Hatch chiles for recipe development.