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Festive Feast

A sketch of two Christmas crackers
Roasted Christmas turkey with all the trimmings

Free range bronze turkey

Roast duck with cherry glaze sauce

Free range duck

Roasted beef topside carved on a chopping board

Free range red ruby beef

Cooked Christmas gammon

Saddleback Christmas ham

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Pigs in blanket
Sausages in Bacon
A bowl of sprouts and crispy bacon lardons
Saddleback Bacon Lardons
Handmade chicken pie
Handmade Pies

Properly free range Bronze Turkeys

We nurture our slow-grown free-range bronze turkeys all the way through the year in our cider orchards

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Close up of sloes on a branch with a bowl of sloes in the background
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The Spirit of Christmas

Although at first sight, they look a bit like blueberries, sloe (the fruit of the prickly blackthorn shrub) has many features that make it an unpromising fruit. Sloes are bitter, thick-skinned and more stone than flesh. With these off-putting characteristics you wouldn't want to eat them like a normal fruit, but when doused with alcohol and left to release their unique flavour, they really come into their own!

Pick them in October, when the weather starts cooling, and you'll have delicious sloe gin with which to warm your cockles over Christmas and into the New Year...

A sketch of a big wooden spoon
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Half-carved turkey wellington on the Christmas table
Turkey Wellington
Port and prune stuffing roast chicken with all the trimmings on the Christmas table
Port and Prune Stuffing
Three turkey pies in their cooking pot laid on the table next to a sprig of thyme
Turkey Pie