Giveaway: Win a Gourmet Christmas Dinner Box

Have you ordered your turkey yet? My butcher told me this week that there has been an unprecedented demand for free range, high welfare birds this year, which makes me feel very happy. Finally, we are starting to care about how our meat and poultry is reared and we’re also realising that a really good quality bird is the secret to a great tasting Christmas meal.

For the second year, Fabulicious Food! is proud to be teaming up with Knorr UK and gourmet independent food supplier Forman and Field to offer one lucky reader a wonderful gourmet Christmas dinner parcel bursting with flavour and festivity.

Turkey Christmas Dinner

The winner’s box will contain –

  • Seldom Seen Farm Turkey 4.5-5.5kg
  • Longman’s Farm Butter 250g
  • Emmett’s Mild Cure Back Bacon 250g
  • Forman and Field Christmas Stuffing 500g
  • A selection of fresh herbs
  • An orange
  • 12 x luxury mince pies
  • Chapel Down Nectar Dessert Wine 50cl
  • 2 x Knorr Chicken Gravy Pots

As well as throwing a lavish Christmas lunch complete with luxury mince pies and dessert wine, you can also follow Knorr’s recipe for Christmas Roast Turkey with Orange and Smokey Bacon Baste, which is what we’ll be having. I’ll be featuring this recipe closer to the big day. Seldom Seen Farm produce free-range bronze turkeys – Forman and Field only select the best! You’ll also get to taste the new Knorr gravy pots.

If there are any leftovers, you can try Marco’s Turkey Curry, which is really tasty, too.

Here’s how to enter:
a Rafflecopter giveaway

You must be home to receive your parcel on Friday 21st December.

Good luck!

Note: Fabulicious Food! will also be receiving a box containing the same contents, I’ll be writing about it closer to Christmas.  With thanks to Knorr UK and Forman and Field.

 

 

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Comments

  1. Arabella Bazley says

    Definitely Turkey but we normally have two different roasts on Christmas day for variety.

  2. Nicola Reynolds says

    We always have Turkey, its the only time of the year that we do. It wouldn’t be Christmas without it.

  3. rebecca nisbet says

    I always like a four bird roast, but as i dont do christmas dinner the sister-in-law does a turkey

  4. Jean says

    Had goose a few years back and loved it! But it’s too expensive, and will probably not have it again. This year we’re going to go for a nice turkey, with a chestnut/sage/onion stuffing. Yum!

  5. Andrew Halliwell says

    Chicken… We never had turkey when I was growing up. (in fact, I think the first time I DID have turkey was at a cousin’s wedding buffet when I was a teenager. Always found it to have less flavour than chicken since then.

  6. says

    i like a 5 bird roast, where different birds are stuffed inside each other. So turkey, Chicken, Phesant, duck, quail and pigeon!

  7. lorraine mckee says

    proper turkey capon (or crown) for my family its all meat and it cooks easier without any waste and it tastes great . x

  8. Gill says

    Hmm my dad tries every year to get us to have goose -we always compromise and have on Boxing Day. A good turkey wins for me