Celebrate National Hamburger Day {May 28th} With Wonder Bread + a Giveaway

Did you know that May 28th is National Hamburger Day?  While most people will not get off of work for National Hamburger Day, we can still celebrate this all time American favorite food by eating none other than a hamburger on this day.

We celebrated a little early and had hamburgers and hot dogs for dinner tonight. Yum! My husband always grills the best burgers and dogs!

My youngest daughter wanted grilled pineapple tonight, so we threw some of that on the grill too. If you have never had grilled pineapple, you should try it---YUM!

Over half the people in our family like their dogs burnt, but not me! Thus, my husband's half burnt and half not burnt dogs! He doesn't really "Try" to cook them this way, it's just the way they always turn out! This is perfect for when someone wants to share a hot dog...they can eat the burnt end and I get the other end! It's a win-win!

While my husband and teens were out grilling and talking, I was inside getting the lettuce washed, tomatoes and onions sliced.

Only my oldest daughter and I like onion on our hamburgers, everyone else stays far away from the onion...and us! There are no kisses from the husband and my boys cover they mouth and nose up when I am close talking to them (after eating onions!). I'm just glad I know they love me!

Time to eat! 

Thanks to the Wonder Bread company for sending several products and free product coupons to help us celebrate National Hamburger Day. The hamburger buns and hot dog buns were very fresh, very soft ( to my surprise!). Very good, fresh bread!

Celebrating National Hamburger Day was fun, but spending time with my family is always double fun!

Give Away:
"Like" the Swappin Spoons Facebook page, and then the first ten people to email me at swappinspoons@gmail.com will receive two (2) Wonder bread FREE product coupons. It's that simple!

Giveaway is now over---thanks for following along!

Disclosure: I was given coupons and product for this post and giveaway. Read my disclosure policy here.

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