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Giveaway: Win a Morton's Traditional Taste Norfolk Black Turkey for Christmas

Morton's Traditional Taste Turkey

Morton's Traditional Taste Turkeys are even more succulent this year! Rob Morton and his team have built a Himalayan salt chamber to dry age the birds so they're juicier and more flavoursome when they land on your dinner table on the 25th December!

The salt in the chamber contains negative ions and when it's combined with the right temperature, humidity and UV light those negative ions counteract the positive ions of the turkey which in turn creates a juicier bird with bags of flavour. Long gone are the days when you need to turn to your gravy for rescuing dry turkey meat. The moisture is locked in before you even put it in the oven.

Based at Hall farms in Norfolk, Rob Morton and his family make sure the birds enjoy the best of animal welfare. The award winning free range turkeys are slow grown without any antibiotics or growth promoters...because they just don't need it. They even planted 400 tree's earlier this year to provide more shelter for the birds.

Morton's Traditional Taste handily offers next day delivery to UK mainland addresses. The turkeys arrive carefully packaged in ice packs and biodegradable wool insulation, ensuring they retain their freshness - I can vouch for that myself. I'm really looking forward to tucking into my Morton's turkey this Christmas and I'll be posting some turkey leftover recipes on the blog soon!

Morton's Traditional Taste have kindly offered one of their Norfolk Black free range turkeys to one of my blog readers this Christmas. To be in with a chance of winning this great prize all you need to do is fill in the Rafflecopter widget below. Please note this competition is for UK mainland residents only please.

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  1. I love all the fabulous trimmings. roasted parsnips, honeyed carrots (i serve turkey for everyone here but i am a vegetarian

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  2. Sausages wrapped in bacon has to be my favourite bit! Yum!

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  3. My favourite part of Christmas dinner is the turkey.

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  4. All the trimmings, roast potatoes, pigs in blankets, sausage meat and sprouts !

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  5. Has to be the Turkey It's the best meat of the year :) x

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  6. the turkey and all the trimmings that are served with it

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  7. Sounds scrumptous

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  8. we do baked apples stuffed with pork stuffing....yum

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  9. I love all the trimmings that go with the Turkey. I especially like my stuffing made with fresh sausage meat.

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  10. Oooh, tough question - it's all so good! Guess I'd have to say the gravy, because it enhances the flavour of pretty much everything. I usually cook a fowl of some kind - chicken or duck, maybe - and pour over some tamari soy sauce, wine, and honey or even seedless raspberry jam, mixed with a little Dijon mustard. When the bird's done, I reduce the cooking sauce, and there's nothing else like it.

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  11. Chipolata sausages wrapped in Black Forest Ham! They are to die for!! After that of course bacon wrapped turkey!

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  12. The stuffing

    KATHY D

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  13. It has to be the sausage and bacon wraps but love it all.

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  14. the roast potatoes and the crispy skin on the turkey

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  15. The gravy!!! There are so many different tastes and textures on the plate that they really wouldn't work together without the gravy to pull everything together

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  16. The roasties x

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  17. Turkey and cranberry sauce

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  18. Roast potatoes, the crisper the better.

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  19. Stuffing made with sausage meat topped with gravy!

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  20. I love Pigs in Blankets

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  21. I like the stuffing - and the sprouts!

    Hazel Rea - @beachrambler

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  22. For me it has to be my homemade stuffing, closely followed by pigs in blankets

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  23. Love pigs in blankets and cranberry sauce x

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  24. Got to be the turkey, although I am partial to some spouts with chestnuts too.

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  25. I love all the menu planning for Christmas, and my favourite part of Christmas dinner is the turkey - the main event.

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  26. The part where you realise you've ate way too much turkey but there's still room for desert haha

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  27. Roast potatoes and pigs in blankets!

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  28. I know I'm a bit unusual, but for me, it's the sprouts and chestnuts, dipped in cranberry sauce and then gravy - but love the whole dinner, and can't wait for Christmas :)

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  29. My favorite part is the cookies and desserts.

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  30. My favourite part of Christmas dinner is ALL of it! Who can possibly pick just ONE thing??? ;)

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  31. My favourite part is the stuffing & cranberry sauce, but love it all really

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  32. Turkey-I love it! I eat it for days after Christmas Day and never get fed up of it :)

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  33. i love the bread sauce but also the turkey. yum yum x

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  34. Birthday cake :) well it is my birthday xmas day and this year its a biggun so would love this turkey to share with every one

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  35. the turkey and stuffing
    from samantha price

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  36. All the little extra bits you don't bother with for a normal roast

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  37. I love the cranberry sauce - I only ever eat it with Christmas dinner and I look forward to it each year.

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  38. Stuffing and turkey and cranberry sauce and mince pies.

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  39. The turkey itself with a lot of gravy

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  40. the turkey, succulent and delicious

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  41. Despite the danger of innuendos, I'd have to say my favourite part of an xmas dinner is the stuffing.

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  42. The Turkey with all the trimmings

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  43. turkey with stuffing and gravy together

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  44. The sprouts!!!

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  45. The turkey as we don't eat it any other time of year

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  46. Mmmm all of it :D especially pigs in blankets though

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    1. All of a beautifully cooked turkey dinner

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  48. The turkey roast with all the trimmings

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  49. Margaret Clarkson
    Sausagemeat stuffing balls

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  50. My glass of champagne while I am finishing everything off in the kitchen - my own little oasis of calm

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  51. The bread sauce it's delicious!!!

    Also, I accidentally added a bracket to the end of my Instagram id it should be lheath50716

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  52. Honey roast parsnips & the stuffing

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  53. My family all being around the table and enjoying dinner!

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  54. The pudding with lots of brandy cream x

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  55. All the extras, two home made stuffings, home made cranberry and port sauce, pigs in blankets

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  56. Turkey with all the trimmings.

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  57. This is my first Christmas with a diagnosis of Coeliac disease, so Christmas dinner may be a bit trail and error! My favourite part of Christmas dinner is the Christmas pudding with lots of clotted cream (growing up in Cornwall, I didn't know there was another type of cream until my teens!). I am going to try the Gluten Free Christmas pudding from the Cornish Food Box Company this year. Wish me luck!

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  58. I just LOVE the turkey with cranberry sauce! ..... Lots of it ;)

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  59. I love 1970's style prawn cocktails as a starter. We only ever have them at Christmas.

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  60. Proper stuffing, not available during the rest of the year.

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  61. Oooh the pigs in blanket & the dessert!

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  62. The meat - turkey and pigs in blankets!

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  63. That my son makes it and I don't care what it is that he cooks

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  64. pulling the crackers and hearing the corny jokes!

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  65. Definitely the succulent turkey

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  66. Bread sauce and roast parsnips.

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  67. I'm a huge fan of the stuffing. We always have extra, cooked outside of the turkey.

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  68. charlotte clavier21 November 2016 at 12:52

    I love homemade Pork, Sage and Onion Stuffing

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  69. I love the turkey, bread sauce and chestnut stuffing, just lovely.

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  70. My favourite part of the Christmas dinner is EATING it!

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  71. Ooo I don't have one favourite. .. I love the turkey.. sprouts. . Pigs in blankets & lots of yummy gravy

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  72. Ooo I don't have one favourite. .. I love the turkey.. sprouts. . Pigs in blankets & lots of yummy gravy

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  73. All of it, I do love roasted parsnips

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  74. The sprouts covered in turkey gravy !! NOM !!

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  75. I love all of it! I could eat Christmas dinner every day!!

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  76. All the trimmings, bread sauce, pigs in blankets, stuffing, yorkshire pudding, cranberry sauce, mmmmmmmm

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  77. Turkey, stuffing and cranberry sauce

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  78. I adore the turkey with a piece of stuffing in every mouthful!

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  79. my favourite is Pigs in blankets

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  80. Pigs in blankets local butchers sausages wrapped in smoke bacon.

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  81. The best part of Xmas dinner is always mixing a little gravy together with a slice of turkey and a piece of stuffing on to your fork and taking that first mesmerising mouthful. x

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  82. Definitely the turkey

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  83. I really love the combination of Turkey with Cranberry sauce. Nom!

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  84. My favourite part of Christmas dinner is Christmas pudding!

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  85. i love the pigs in blankets

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  86. I like my prawn cocktail starter

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  87. I love the Christmas pudding which happens when I can finally relax after cooking and serving and eating the turkey course!

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  88. Sausage meat stuffing, the turkey doesn't taste the same without it.

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  89. Cranberry and chestnut stuffing..yum

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  90. Cranberry and chestnut stuffing..yum

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  91. The best part of christmas dinner for me is the big lovely Turkey.xx

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  92. Love ALL the traditional Christmas dinner - no variations.Turkey,sprouts,carrots,stuffing,roast,mash,sausage & bacon and of course turkey gravy.

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  93. Homemade chestnut & cranberry stuffing :) x

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  94. My favourite part of Christmas Dinner is the stufffing

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  95. My DH's homemade chestnut stuffing!! It's amazing ;-)

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  96. Funnily enough - i love preparing it and then i love all the sprouts!

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  97. Turkey, i could eat it all the time x

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  98. the turkey but i also love all the trimmings that go with the turkey x

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  99. Can I say all of it :) deffo roast potatoes and turkey tho if I had to choose xx

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    1. Oh and roasted parsnips and stuffing wrapped in bacon lol :)

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  100. Love everything about Christmas Dinner, but my favourite has to be Pigs in Blankets

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  101. I love the lot, well apart from the sprouts

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  102. Strangely my favourite part of Christmas dinner is cooking it

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  103. The brussell sprouts and roast potatoes for me

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  104. Lovely free range turkey, with all the trimmings.

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  105. All the trimmings, especially goose fat potatoes!

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  106. Roast potatoes and pigs in blankets!

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  107. The home made Christmas Pudding yummy :-)

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  108. The roast potatoes are my favourite part.

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  109. My favourite part of Christmas dinner is the parsnips :)

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  110. Can I pick 2 .... Sausage meat stuffing and pigs in blankets

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  111. its so hard as i love all of it, the crispy turkey skin x

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  112. I love the stuffing and veg. Thanks

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  113. Love it all but roast potatoes are my favourite part

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  114. The turkey, bread sauce and cranberry sauce, not to mention the cracker pulling afterwards. Sheer nectar on a plate, followed by top-class tabletop action afterwards. Can't be beaten!

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  115. Real stuffing, so tasty, oh and pigs in blankets, scrummy!

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  116. All the meat! The turkey breast, chipolatas and bacon rolls :)

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  117. The turkey and stuffing mmmm

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  118. It's got to be the Turkey and if its been free range it should be so much tastier and then cooked to perfection by my husband....Barby Madden

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  119. Emma Schofield. I actually really enjoy Brussels and can eat tons of them.

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  120. Has to ve the meat it's the main part x

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