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Toasting The Traditions with Hickory Farms! #HickoryFarms

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I can’t imagine the holidays without the fine products from Hickory Farms. You could consider it a tradition in our family to have delicious treats set out while we enjoy the togetherness of the season, and Hickory Farms products never fail to satisfy!

Taste of Traditions

Join us this year in celebrating the holidays with a fine basket from our friends at Hickory Farms. They have sent us the Toast the Traditions Gift Basket. It contains the following:

  • Hickory Farms signature Beef Summer Sausage
  • Farmhouse Cheddar
  • Smoked Cheddar
  • 2 Fuji Apples
  • 2 Red D’Anjou Pears
  • 1 Crown Comice Pear
  • Mixed Nuts
  • Roasted and Salted Pistachios
  • Chocolate Covered Cashews
  • Le Crema Chardonnay

The Toast the Traditions Gift Basket retails for $99.99 and makes a great gift for those people who are impossible to shop for! Hickory Farms also has many other baskets that will fit any budget. You check out all their options on their website. Be sure to follow Hickory Farms on Facebook and Twitter to find out about their newest products.

Hickory Farms is giving away 1 Toast the Traditions Gift Basket to 1 lucky Midwestern Moms reader!

Giveaway Rules:
US Only, Must be 21+ years of age
Open December 13, 2013 to December 26, 2013 at 11:59 EST.
All entries accepted in the Rafflecopter form below.

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  1. jodi frasier/lasher says

    I accidentally hit enter on an entry that i cant have because i cannot like the page .. I have hit my max likes on facebook. Could you please deduct and entry.

    Also my favorite tradition is going to my grammas on xmas eve. Been doing it since i was a kid and now my kids do it. Thanks

  2. Margaret Smith says

    My family, my brothers family and my Dad all meet at Church on Christmas eve and sit together. Afterwards, everyone comes to my home for dinner.

  3. Lauren O. says

    One of my family traditions is opening a present on Christmas Eve as well as baking peanut butter blossoms every year for Christmas.

  4. Karen O says

    My favorite tradition is picking out a Christmas tree on the day after Thanksgiving, and then decorating the tree together.

  5. Robin Abrams says

    The whole family coming over and spending the night on Christmas eve getting up to a big breakfast and kids opening presents

  6. says

    Growing up, we always got to open a new set of Christmas pajamas on Christmas Eve. Now that I’m grown and married, my husband and I have started making a batch of his family’s secret baklava recipe.

  7. Leslie D. says

    On Christmas Eve, my husband, daughter, and I go shopping together. We then come home and wrap presents together, watch Christmas Vacation, and we each open a present.

  8. Kim Curtis says

    We we allowed to open one gift of our choice on Christmas Eve. Did this with my daughter as well when she was growing up.

  9. Allison Downes says

    Every year on Christmas Eve, we each get to open one present! Thank you for having such a nice giveaway. I would love to win this. I have never had Hickory Farms before!

  10. Allison S. says

    I love having my youngest sister over the night before Christmas to help with all the cooking. We watch movies and wrap gifts together.

  11. Jana Horne says

    One Christmas tradition in our house – gift of jammies on Christmas eve, followed by a nighttime drive for Christmas Lights.

  12. Pam L. says

    My grand daughter comes the Saturday after Thanksgiving to help decorate the Christmas tree. This has gone on for 9 years, since she was 7 years old.

  13. Lorena Keech says

    We open one present each on Christmas Eve, and the presents are always new pajamas. Then we put on our new jammies and have a very silly fashion show.

  14. Patricia Edwards says

    I used to enjoy going to my paternal grandma’s home for Christmas dinner. She was an
    excellent cook. I loved to try all of her cakes and pies!

  15. John Kirkpatrick says

    My mother worked retail, my father was a Santa.
    We opened out gifts on Christmas Eve so they could sleep & I made brunch or a late lunch whenever they got up.

  16. Denise B. says

    We celebrate the traditional European Christmas which includes Advent, St. Nicholas Day, Christmas Eve when presents are opened, and following with the 12 days of Christmas which ends on January 6.

  17. Jonathan Barton says

    We help the elderly in our neighborhood decorate their homes and put up a tree for them the weekend before Christmas.

  18. monika schmidt says

    How many of you celebrated St Nicolas Day on December 6th?! It’s a European tradition passed on to us kids from my mother. The night before… on the Dec 5th.. every kid puts their house shoe or slipper out on the window sill. In the morning,..if you’ve been good 😉 …You’ll find that St Nick has visited and put some goodies into your house shoe. If you’ve been bad, you get a lump of coal! Thank goodness I never got a lump of coal!

  19. Alex Willis says

    My family all meets at my sisters house for dinner on Christmas Eve and again for lunch on Christmas day after the gifts have been opened.

  20. Susan Smith says

    On Christmas Eve we drive around looking at Christmas lights and then come home and eat sugar cookies and eggnog.

  21. Allison says

    I love to go around the house each evening with my daughter to turn on all of the lights and candles in the windows!

  22. Jennifer Reed says

    One family tradition is to stay in our pajamas all day on Christmas Day and eat snack type food as we enjoy family and presents.

  23. Terry Beck says

    With New Years Eve and day coming up a long standing tradition dating back to at least 65 years in my family is we do not do laundry on those 2 days.. The saying goes “If you wash clothes on New Years Eve and New Years Day you was a family member away”…may sound weird but we follow that to a T as my grandma truly believed in that saying because she lost one of my aunts who at the time was about 7-8mos old and she washed clothes on New Years day.

  24. Bonnie Caselman says

    One of my traditions is to volunteer to work on Christmas so that people that really celebrate the holiday can be off & be with their families.

  25. Nicole Carter says

    One of our traditions is me spending the night with my Mom on Christmas Eve to help her get things ready for Christmas ( a whole lot of baking) and phew! Finally enjoying Christmas!

  26. Kat Emerick says

    My family tradition started when My kids were babies and each year I got them a special ornament. Anything that they liked at the time. I stopped when they turn 18 and they had a nice collection with them when they had their own tree. Well now I have 7 grand kids and I started getting their ornaments as well.

  27. mary renshaw says

    One of my favorites is going on christmas eve to look for rudolphs nose. We live on the bottom of a large hill and we drive to the top and can see the top of a tower in the distance. On top of the tower there is a red light for airplanes. I don’t know how the kids don’t see it any other time of the year but they don’t.

  28. Vicki D. says

    One of my favorite traditions is hosting the get together for my husband’s side of the family on Christmas Eve. Everyone always has such a nice time. Plus, it’s been a joy watching the nieces and nephews grown up and start their own families.

  29. Buddy Garrett says

    My favorite tradition is selecting and cutting down a tree and bringing it home for the family to decorate. It kicks ths Christmas season off.

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