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Which Christmas Turkey?

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NicolaT80 Mon 17-Nov-14 15:28:09

I have a young family and for the first time we will be having everybody around ours this year for Christmas, whereas we usually go to my parents for Christmas lunch.

I’m trying to get ahead and be organised for the day as I wouldn’t want to leave anything until the last minute. I’ve looked around my local supermarket at the Christmas food brochures and what will be available but I want something special this year as it will be my first time doing this for everybody and it would be good to get it right.

I definitely want turkey, but I’m not sure where to get it from, the ones in the supermarket brochure look good and I’ve had a look online too and the ones you can get delivered to your door from farms. Can anyone help me and give me any recommendations on a really special turkey I can buy to impress everyone? Thanks

Janenicola1976 Mon 17-Nov-14 15:37:20

If you are looking for something extra special, I always order a KellyBronze Free Range Turkey for our family. You can find them online and they deliver in the UK or depending where you live you could visit the farm in Essex.

They are really tasty and recommended by lots of people including Delia Smith and Jamie Oliver.

We've been having them for years and definitely wouldn't go anywhere else!

NicolaT80 Mon 17-Nov-14 15:43:14

Oh thanks for the advice! I think I have heard of them actually. Do you know what their website is?

Janenicola1976 Mon 17-Nov-14 15:46:55

Yes just googled them - kellyturkeys.co.uk - they are really friendly family company too.

NicolaT80 Mon 17-Nov-14 15:52:19

You are a star! Have a nice christmas!

mouselittle Tue 18-Nov-14 17:36:42

The past few years we have had a free range turkey ordered from our local butcher. I've had supermarket frozen ones in the past and they aren't as good as the butchers.
there's not a massive difference in price either.

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