Monday 21st December
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How To Order
This year we’ve made a few changes to how we manage Christmas orders and collections, to help keep our customers and staff as safe as possible during covid-19.
- We are encouraging customers to place Christmas orders through this website where you will find our full festive range.
- We will be taking full pre-payment of all Christmas orders and operating timed collection slots to help reduce waiting times and limit close contact. Our meat and pie collection points will both be located adjacent to our shop.
- For those who are self-isolating or vulnerable, we will be offering a limited number of home delivery slots on 21st, 22nd, 23rd and 24th December.
If you would prefer to place your order in person, please pop into the shop and a member of our team will go through the order with you. We will also discuss a collection slot with you and take full payment at the time of ordering.
Our shop will remain open as normal for any extras items to be purchased on the day.
Below are some of our frequently asked Christmas questions. If you cannot find the information you need below, please contact us and we’ll be happy to help you with your requirements.
We recommend storing your turkey, poultry or joints in the fridge between 0C and 4C. Remove the items from the box or any other packaging and place on a plate, loosely covered before refrigerating. By ensuring there is space around your turkey for air flow, makes for optimum storage conditions.
We recommend removing your turkey or festive meat from the fridge in time for it to return to room temperature before cooking.
All our festive poultry products are guaranteed to be at their best until 26th December, provided that they are stored correctly. Once cooked, turkey or sliced meat leftovers will last for approximately 5-6 days in the refrigerator, enabling you to create delicious dishes for Boxing Day and beyond. Check out some of our tasty leftover recipes below.
You can find our recommendations for the approximate minimum weight of bird or joint to order as below:
Whole Turkeys – ½ kg per person
Turkey Breast Roasts – ¼ kg per person
Turkey Crowns & Saddles – 1/3 kg per person
Whole Geese allow up to 1kg per person
Whole Duck feeds approximately 4 people
Boneless Beef Joint 1.36kg (3lb) feeds approximately 6 people
Bone-in Beef Joint 1.8kg (4lb) feeds approximately 5 people