A turkey for the table


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3 Responses

  1. Joanne says:

    Caroline, Great piece in The Examiner & loved the photos!

  2. Katrina says:

    I love it! What a fabulous idea. Very much wishing I lived closer to help taste the final product!

  3. Caroline says:

    @Joanne thanks! You’ll probably get the smell of them cooking at Pruntus wafting your direction on Christmas Day. I don’t think my own oven is big enough to take these lads!

    @Katrina maybe I should be sending some over to NZ for Christmas!

    @Gillian getting turkeys is one sure fire way of making you plan ahead for Christmas, unfortunately. I’m already looking for interesting stuffing ideas and trying to figure out how best to cook ’em. Margaret did tell me that they take much less time than regular white turkeys so there might be an actual lie in on Christmas morning rather than getting up at 5am to start the turkey cooking.

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