Giveaway (CLOSED): Farmison Turkey and Trimmings worth £85

Farmison Turkey

If, like me, you live in the city centre, it is not always practical to get to a farm shop, or market. Step in Farmison, a “virtual” farm shop, which I reviewed earlier in the year, where you can excellent produce from selected farms and producers.  Most of the product is British, food is only imported if there is no British alternative!

I’ll be teating out some more of their wares early next year, but in the meantime the folks are Farmison have offered me a delicious  Goosnargh corn-fed turkey hamper will all the trimmings to giveaway to one lucky Fuss Free Flavours reader!

SERVES: 7 – 9
MIN WEIGHT: 4kg (8.8lb)

Celebrate Christmas with our select hamper which has everything you need to make a delicious festive meal. Flavoursome turkey, juicy ‘pigs in blankets’ and a range of traditional fresh vegetables and herbs. Also included is goose fat for those perfect roasties, gourmet cranberry sauce and stuffing mix. PLEASE NOTE: This product includes giblets.

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Win A Turkey Hamper worth £85 from Farmison

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  1. says

    Can’t have turkey without bread sauce! Though I might have to this year – I’m going to my boyfriend’s family and apparently they don’t have it, and it’s probably bad form to bring my own…

  2. Annette O'Brien says

    Has to be home made stuffing with my turkey, its a recipe I learnt when living in Athens, Greece and includes chestnuts and pine nuts with fresh sage and grated onion, not chopped… yum!

  3. K Mayers says

    I simply love to have my roasties (cooked in goose fat) alongside – and have to have cranberry sauce available:)

  4. Jane Willis says

    I think it’s the whole combination of accompaniments that makes turkey so special, but the thing that pulls everything together is great gravy.

  5. Andrew Halliwell says

    Roast potatoes. Though, turkey with just roasties wouldn’t be very nice, you need the other trimmings, love all of them apart from the sprouts. Everybody hates sprouds. :)

  6. Andrew Halliwell says

    Roast potatoes, though, turkey with just roasties wouldn’t be very entertaining to the pallette. You need the other ones. I love all the trimmings apart from sprouts… Everyone hates sprouts. :)

  7. Kerry Pope says

    It has to my husbands favourite ”Turkey Balls” which is actually sausage meat and stuffing shaped into balls.

  8. Sally Peevor says

    I love homemade sausagemeat stuffing and pigs in blankets along with cranberry sauce – ooh so many trimmings!!

  9. Louise says

    I season sausage meat, cram it into a loaf tin and then slice it and serve it with turkey etc. Its a0lso great the next day when we have the cold meats of turkey and ham. Mmmmm.

  10. rebecca austerberry says

    Pigs in blankets and stuffing and yorkshire puddings and mash potatoes… and roasts…and carrots…. too hard to choose and just the thought making my mouth water!

  11. Caroline Scott says

    a lovely stuffing but without sausage meat. Just herbs, breadcrumbs and onions – then smother it in turkey gravy! Yum

  12. Judith Allen says

    Hard to pick just the one, hmm, sausemeat stuffing, made with breadcrumbs, mixed herbs and parsely. Fresh herbs, or if you’ve forgotten to buy fresh, it’s just fine with dried.

  13. Gilla says

    The sausagemeat stuffing – packed with cranberries as well. Delicious. Not forgetting the cranberry sauce, which I absolutely love.

  14. Kevin Summers says

    You’ve got to have al of the trimmings, bread sauce, cranberry sauce and the potatoes have got to be done in goose fat. I can taste it now.

  15. Jeremy Hards says

    Cranbberry Sauce. Lots of cranberry sauce.

    My father says it is like putting jam on your dinner. OK, even more cranberry sauce for me :-)

  16. Sarah Williams says

    My favourite trimming is bread sauce, but I am the only one in the household that loves it, so a huge dish is made up for me only!!!

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