Giveaway (CLOSED): Christmas Turkey and Seasonal Box from Knorr

Knorr Christmas Seasonal Box

My giveways with Knorr for seasonal boxes from Forman and Field are very popular, and today I have a Christmas box to be won by one Fuss Free Flavours reader.

Containing a large amount that you will need for your Christmas dinner, including some of the new Knorr gravy pots.

SELDOM SEEN FARM TURKEY 4.5-5.5kg
LONGMAN’S FARM BUTTER 250g
EMMETT’S MILD CURE BACK BACON 250g
FORMAN & FIELD CHRISTMAS STUFFING 500g
SELECTION OF FRESH HERBS
1 x ORANGE
12 x LUXURY MINCE PIES
CHAPEL DOWN NECTAR DESSERT WINE 50cl
2 Knorr Chicken Gravy Pots

Before Christmas I’ll be blogging a few more recipes for turning your Christmas dinner leftovers into delicious meals!

Please note that this prize can only be delivered on the 21st December.

Win Christmas Seasonal Box and Turkey!

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About Helen

Helen Best-Shaw is a freelance writer, who has been writing about achievable and affordable food on Fuss Free Flavours since 2007. She also contributes articles and recipes to a number of online and print food magazines.

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Comments

  1. Jenny Leonard says:

    We have Christmas dinner on Christmas Eve, because then we can have a special breakfast on Christmas Day, the children can eat all of their sweets and chocolates, and I don’t spend half the day in the kitchen!!

  2. Jane Willis says:

    One year I made chestnut stuffing balls that collapsed. One of the then children said they looked like reindeer poo. And since then they insist on reindeer poo wtih Christmas dinner – even they are now adults

  3. It sounds a bit sad but we like spotting the Coca-Cola red truck advert as it seems to mark the start of Christmas

  4. Michelle Fullerton says:

    one of my christmas traditions is new festive pyjamas & socks for me & the children on christmas eve :)

  5. carole waldron says:

    We all open our present together at 12 noon.

  6. nothing beats turkey at Christmas

  7. Sarah Robertson says:

    One of our traditions are the Xmas games. Now that my sister and I don’t live at home, we don’t get to play games as a family very often, so Xmas is a great time for us to do so. (Now we can add alcohol to the mix as well!) :)

  8. opening presents at nans /grandads after dinner

  9. Anne Mancini-Smith says:

    Chocolate digestives with the first cup of tea on Christmas day morning

  10. Best Christmas tradition is a glass of mulled wine after midnight mass – warms you up and makes sure you get right off to sleep

  11. We used to have lots of traditions when I was younger, but now my Mum is no longer with us we are making an effort to try and keep them going and add some of our own.
    We always have Bucks Fizz on christmas morning, and its against the rules to clear up the wrapping paper as you go, you must make as big a mess a possible!

  12. Nikki Hayes says:

    One of our Christmas traditions is having Bucks Fizz (with sparkling wine rather than champagne as we aren’t made of money, lol) whilst we are opening our presents on Christmas morning. I hasten to add its just me and my husband, no children ;o)

  13. marie yeardley says:

    glass of port after breakfast, needed for the day ahead!!

  14. Oh Helen, this would come in really handy.

  15. Forgot the tradition bit! Always have the Christmas albums on shuffle as I get the vegetables prepared on Xmas day. Humiliating the teens with my singing is a real Xmas tradition here!

  16. Kim Drillingcourt says:

    bucks fizz with breakfast just to get the day started

  17. My mum still does a Christmas stocking for me and my sister – even though we are 33 and 34 years old!

  18. Samantha Eyles says:

    We have a set of Xmas candles that get lit before dinner is served in rememberence of those not with us

  19. Ruth Dunkin says:

    My sister and I still get a Christmas stocking – aka my dad’s old rugby socks, with a satsuma in the end. We’re now 39 & 41 but have had the same each Christmas since we were very young. My mum even sent this with my hubbie to be when we were away to get married in Jamaica 10 years ago!

  20. We have trifle on Christmas day and Christmas pudding on Boxing day.

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