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Christmas bird and food 2013
Wed 13-Nov-13
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Aly
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During my trip next week I will investigate which bird to have. Depends on price really. Thought if I take the cool box and freeze it once home it should work! Being new to meat eating I have never had goose or Turkey. Actually the only bird I have had is chicken!

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Wed 13-Nov-13
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Aly, you'll get the best tasting capons, in your neck of the woods, we haven't had turkey for years.

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My daughter always gets all our Xmas goodies from Marks, the Chicken is Oven ready, I make all the bits and pieces, like Stuffing, Bread sauce, Brandy Butter, she makes the Cake now.

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Thanks Steve will have a look. The French do not do christmas dinner like we do.

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You may be surprised, Aly, as we have found in the Charente Maritime, they had large turkeys for sale (with their heads still on - urgh!), but with the number of Brits around, it does make sense to cater for all cultures!

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