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Turkey

Posted by bbhill401 - Created: 3 years ago
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Posted by Tryval - 3 years ago

To late, to late,  they all went tonight. :-( , back to Lidl I suppose.

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Posted by Tryval - 3 years ago

Just in case anyone is desperate, the Grundys have lots of turkeys, price negotiable, grab a bargain, (maybe better than Lidl) and the Fairbrothers have geese, (but the geese you have to catch and pluck), both excellent, the best Borchester has to offer I believe!

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Posted by bbhill401 - 3 years ago

Thank you all, bought one at Picard frozen centre

 

Thanks to all that replied

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Posted by lakeman-415065 - 3 years ago

Just bought a fresh one from my local Intermarche.  They do one at 9.99 kg, fermier, or ordinary at 4.99 kg.

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Posted by seaspray-397615 - 3 years ago

They don't seem to sell frozen turkeys here.  I buy a fresh one and put it in the freezer until I want to use it.  

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Posted by notagain! - 3 years ago

Lidl had them a couple of weeks ago but not seen them in there since. Might be worth trying your local one though.

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Posted by Iguana Rock - 3 years ago

I know LIDL had fresh ones a couple of weeks ago, they were very reasonable price too (their Deluxe range). Not seen frozen ones though.

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Posted by bretonne - 3 years ago

The only frozen turkeys that I have seen in France are in Picard, boned and stuffed (very tasty!)

http://www.picard.fr/produits/dinde-farcie-farce-aux-pommes-figues-et-marrons-000000000000088022.html

Plenty of fresh, oven ready turkeys in all the large supermarkets.

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Posted by suziepops - 3 years ago

Never seen a frozen turkey, only fresh in the supermarkets.