SEATTLE, Oct. 31, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- A family and food holiday to-the-core, Thanksgiving provokes much debate among cooks as they plan for the big day.
This November, BigOven is starting a #FoodFight, asking cooks to sound off on the big Thanksgiving questions on our blog, Facebook and Twitter. BigOven will propose a Thanksgiving-oriented debate each day, and America's cooks will weigh in. Results will be posted with related recipes, menus and tips from BigOven, a top-rated recipe and organization website and app with a database of 350,000+ recipes.
The #FoodFight encompasses both food and social debates:
- TV allowed or no TV allowed?
- Is it better to host or visit?
- Are sweet potatoes better with marshmallows, or should this classic have remained in the 1950's?
BigOven will ask cooks to sound off on:
- Turkey versus turducken
- Green bean casserole, canned versus homemade cranberry sauce
- Various other food-related debates that rage on during Thanksgiving planning.
BigOven's mission is to help home cooks get inspired and organized, in the kitchen and on the go. A mobile cooking leader with over 11 million downloads and millions of registered cooks, BigOven helps home cooks get better meals on the table. Cooks can find recipe inspiration, add their own recipes and clip from around the web, create a menu plan and make grocery lists. BigOven Pro members can add unlimited recipes and private notes, view nutritional information, search by dietary restriction, view additional recipe collections and enjoy an ad-free experience.
BigOven is a product of Lakefront Software, Inc. of Seattle Washington.
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