Pumpkin spice generally gets a whole lot of attention as the fall season rolls in, found in everything from the landmark pumpkin spice product, the Pumpkin Spice Latte, to more peculiar applications like Spam and mac and cheese. And now, pumpkin spice has infiltrated a holiday classic: turkey!
For a limited time, select locations of the Honey Baked Ham Company (yes, they have more than just ham!) will offer a Pumpkin Spice Glaze Turkey Breast.
The Pumpkin Spice Glaze Turkey Breasts are available as both roasted and smoked and are described as a “seasonal twist” to the chain’s signature sweet and crunchy glaze. According to the description, each Pumpkin Spice Glazed Turkey Breast features “the perfect combination of aromatic spices that create a pumpkin spice glaze that will give you the taste of fall.”
This turkey with a “seasonal twist” will be available beginning Oct. 2 through Oct. 31, while supplies last at the following locations only.
- Atlanta: 7601 North Point Pkwy, Ste. A, Alpharetta, Georgia
- Dallas: 4343 W. Northwest HWY Ste. 330, Dallas, Texas
- Houston: 14054 Memorial Unit B, Houston, Texas
- Denver: 8900 Wadsworth Blvd., Westminster, Colorado
- Detroit: 31190 Southfield Rd., Birmingham, Michigan
- Boston: 240 Worcester Road, Rte. 9 East, Framingham, Massachusetts
- St. Louis: 15367 Manchester Rd., Ballwin, Missouri
- Chicago: 2815 N. Ashland, Chicago, Illinous
- Tampa: 12040 Anderson Rd., Tampa, Florida
- Columbus: 1374 Polaris Parkway, Columbus, Ohio
- New York: 3171 Hempstead Turnpike, Levittown, New York
- New Jersey: 1197 Amboy Ave, Edison, New Jersey
It’s worth noting that this turkey breast will be available for Halloween, but not Thanksgiving. So, unfortunately (or fortunately?), no, you can't have serve it for Thanksgiving dinner — unless you freeze it.
"The product won't be available for Thanksgiving this year, however, it could see a wider rollout next year pending on how this year’s test turns out!" a representative for the brand told TODAY Food in an email.
Is there anything left to douse in pumpkin spice? We’re afraid it’s only a matter of time before we find out …