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Christmas Giveaway: Win a Morton's Traditional Taste Turkey


Morton's Traditional Taste Turkey

Morton's free-range turkeys, ducks, chickens and geese are special. They use traditional birds like Norfolk Blacks and Norfolk Bronzes which are slow to mature but full of flavour. The best things take time, and these birds are no different! They start off as day-old chicks in their “turkey hotel” – a large covered area to keep them protected from the elements. As soon as they’re old enough, they move off into the great outdoors where they’re free to scratch, peck and get into mischief. The young turkeys can often be found in the trees (they’re woodland birds after all!) and it’s this sort of environment that makes them happy and keeps them healthy.
Unlike supermarket birds, Morton's poultry is free to express all their natural behaviours. By having plenty of room and space to roam around they are far less susceptible to disease as well and when the time comes, the birds are dispatched quickly, humanely and in small batches to ensure the animals never get stressed.

Morton's Traditional Taste Turkey


Morton's are a small family run farm and have never set out to be the next “super shed” for turkey production. Their aim is to produce small, high-quality batches of poultry that taste the way poultry used to taste. Plenty of flavour, gamey and moist. That’s Morton’s Traditional Taste!
Morton's Traditional Taste have kindly offered one of their 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. All of it though I do enjoy the turkey!

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  2. i do love honey roasted parsnips x

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  3. my favorite thing is the trimmings all the yumminess and sitting down as a family xx

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  4. I love all of it, but probably like the Christmas pudding the best!

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  5. Has to be the star attraction the turkey! I wish you could buy turkey other times of the year because it's delicious

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  6. I love the turkey, pigs in blankets and the stuffing.

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  7. Red cabbage with apple is my favourite.

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  8. Brussels sprouts with pancetta and chestnuts

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  9. Everyone reading their cracker jokes.

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  10. I love everything about Christmas dinner! Even the Brussel Sprouts which I avoid all year!

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  11. my favourite is the turkey and stuffing

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  12. Love all the pigs in blankets and stuffing bits ..with loads of gravy

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  13. Turkey leg, Turkey Breast, Turkey Wings, and the Parsons' nose

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  14. The yorkshire puddings!

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  15. My stuffing! I made it in a loaf tin, covered with smoked bacon. Lots of sage along with the pork mince. It's really yummy, & because it's really meaty, any leftovers can be put out with the buffet on boxing day! It's freezable when raw, so I make it early december, freeze, then I just defrost & stick in the oven for 40 minutes on the day!

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  16. Definitely the turkey, I love it!

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  17. stuffing is my favourite part of christmas dinner

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  18. The yorkies, the gravy & the turkey. Oh & the crackers & alcohol of course!

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  19. turkey with lashing of gravy of course, totally delish

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  20. The very first bite. For me, this is always a sprout, dunked first in gravy, then in the cranberry sauce, then into my gob :)

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  21. Potatoes and brussels - basically everything. Although I pick such a lot whilst cooking that I am often stuffed by the time it reaches the table. :)

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  22. The stuffing and the roasted parsnips x

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  23. Gotta be fresh sprouts with a cranberry dressing

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  24. mincepies and cream , the coffee and mints!

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  25. All of it as my partner cooks it so I am stress free.

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  26. The Turkey, as long i don't overcook it.

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  27. Turkey and pigs in blankets.

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  28. The turkey and sage & onion homemade stuffing

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  29. The yorkshire pudding and roast potatoes

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  30. the christmas pudding at the end always make room for that

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  31. I love Christmas dinner the best part is Roast potatoes. @joysoftoys on twitter.

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  32. Bread Sauce - We only ever have it at Christmas!

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  33. pigs in blankets and stuffing...yummy x

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  34. seeing my family around the table

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  35. My favourite parts of the Christmas Dinner are pigs in blankets, table presents and pudding!

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  36. Sitting down to eat it, all cooking finished!

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  37. Just about the roast potatoes but love it all.

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  38. I absolutely love Christmas dinner but i must admit my favourite part of it all has to be pigs in blankets dipped in to cranberry sauce! YUM!

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  39. pulling christmas crackers and wearing stupid hats

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  40. I love all of it, especially the turkey, pigs in blankets and cranberry sauce!

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  41. i love the turkey butties at night with apple sauce and mayo yummmmmmmmmmmy xx

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  42. The turkey followed by sprouts followed by Christmas pudding

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  43. generally all of it, but especially love sausage meat stuffing!!

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  44. love the bread sauce and gravey over my crunchy roasties!! MMmmm

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  45. My mum's incredible roast potatoes!

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  46. Watching my sister being made to eat a brussel sprout! She is 36 and I'm in my 40s but it still makes me lol!

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  47. For me the roast parsnips and the stuffing balls are the best things - I make my own stuffing and experiment with different seasonal flavours every year!

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  48. I enjoy all the trimmings that go with the main course roast potatoes, stuffing, pigs in blankets, yorkshire puds, carrots, honeyed parsnips, cranberry sauce. There's nothing quite like all these flavours coming together.

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  49. Christmas pudding and brandy butter

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  50. I would say ALL of it but I love sweet stuff, so Christmas pudding and cream would be my favourite

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  51. I love all of it, especially the stuffing. Leanne W @leabana1

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  52. Roast parsnips, stuffing and gravy.

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  53. Margaret Clarkson
    The Christmas Pudding

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  54. Has to be loading the dishwasher and remembering the dark and distant past when we did not have one

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  55. Definitely the turkey & stuffing..Mmmmm

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  56. The goose fat roasted potatos. Other than that my favourite part of Xmas dinner is when all the washing and drying has been done!

    From Katie Corr X

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  57. I love the Xmas pudding especially our tradition of pouring flaming brandy over it

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  58. Definitely the pigs in blankets. I make them myself using our local butchers prize winning chipolatas.

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  59. The roast parsnips are my favourite part of Christmas dinner :)

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  60. I love all of it but especially the sprouts!

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  61. Christmas pudding with brandy butter!
    Kelly L @Kellycloggs

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  62. The turkey is my favourite part, thankyou for the competition. x

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  63. Has to be the pigs in blankets x x

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  64. Love the sprouts covered in thick gravy

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  65. Apart from the food itself turkey being top of the list to the pulling of the crackers and enjoying the corner jokes

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  66. Turkey with stuffing and gravy together

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  67. food wise has to be the roast potatoes, but my favourite part is pulling the Christmas crackers with my little ones

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  68. The yorkshire puddings are the best part of a Christmas dinner!

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  69. the pigs in blankets but it was a hard choice to pick as i love all of it :)

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  70. Definitely the stuffing. Although, it has to be 100% savoury. No fruit in my stuffing thank you.

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  71. Pigs in Blankets are little bundles of absolute heaven.

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  72. My favourite part has to be the roast potatoes and carrots.

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  73. I love all the trimmings it's what make the meal extra special, without them it's just another roast dinner isn't it

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  74. roast potatoes and gravy!
    twitter: @susanhoggett

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  75. The turkey, although I love all of it!

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  76. The alternative pudding I make glutenfree/milkfree/eggfree so all the family can eat it - spiced sultanas in the bottom, sliced Gala apples on top, covered with spicy sponge. It's lovely hot or cold with ice cream or cream.

    Hazel Rea @beachrambler

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  77. Food wise it has to be Hogs in Duvets (larger than pigs in blankets)

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  78. Pigs in blankets and proper crispy roast potatoes :)

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  79. my favourite part of christmas dinner has to be the turkey

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  80. The gravy made with meat juices and onion stock. It brings all the other elements together and the dinner just wouldn't be the same without it :)

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  81. Dean T (ribbons1978)8 December 2017 at 00:25

    Has to be the stuffing and the little bacon wrapped sausages

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  82. It has to be the turkey.

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  83. Roast potatoes and roast parsnips

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  84. I love the turkey and cranberry sauce xx

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  85. Roast Potatoes that have been cooked in Goose fat mmmmm

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  86. I quite like the turkey but really like the cranberry sauce best of all x

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  87. The honey roasted parsnips....we only have them at Christmas in our house!

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  88. Dessert especially Christmas pudding

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  89. My favourite Christmas food is Pigs in Blankets.

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  90. I love it all but the bread sauce and stuffing the most

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  91. I love the Turkey it's my favourite meat

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  92. Roast potatoes, I cook them in goose fat at Christmas and they are lush!

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  93. roasted parsnips are yummy cant wait for them nobody else likes them though.

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  94. Has to be sprouts my favourite veg

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  95. I could eat a bowlful of bread sauce with a spoon.

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  96. My Mums homemade bread sauce, we never have it any other time except Christmas dinner

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  97. The gravy and the stuffing are my favourite parts.

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  98. Christmas dinner of course, and watching everyone open their gifts! Cant choose between them!

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  99. I love sprouts, I know I'm weird lol, and stuffing.

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  100. I love all of my Christmas dinner

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  101. I love the turkey the most. Thanks guys

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  102. i love a succulent turkey , its the only time if the year we have turkey and i really enjoy it , with all the Christmas trimming of course

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  103. I love everything about Christmas dinner the golden turkey, homemade stuffing little pigs in blankets lovely thick gravy sprouts honey roast parsnips love roast tattlies and then christmas pud with brandy butter, i look forward to it every year and the best bit is having to loosen your belt after eating such a lovely dinner i cant wait , roll on the 25th

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  104. Sprouts with chestnuts love them , sage & onion stuffing, xmas pudding and custard

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  105. The Pudding is my favourite part of Christmas dinner

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  106. I love the Yorkshire Puddings and Stuffing :)

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  107. The turkey and stuffing! Breast only for me though!

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  108. Got to be the Pigs in Blankets :-)

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  109. my favourite is Brussels sprouts with chestnuts and maple syrup.

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  110. I love everything about Christmas especially the Christmas dinner where all the family get together to enjoy a fabulous meal cooked by my Hubby. Love when Dad carves the turkey! Oh and sprouts i LOVE them! :) x

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  111. having food in general not had a turkey in years not been able to afford one

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  112. The turkey with bread sauce x

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  113. Pulling crackers with my family :) Although I also really love my grandma's homemade stuffing!

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  114. Although I love turkey & all the trimmings, my favourite is Christmas pud served with fresh cream

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  115. My favourite part is when everyone has finished eating and they're all happily fed.

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  116. Got to be the turkey. Oh and the turkey gravy.

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  117. pigs in blankets and crispy roast potatoes.

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  118. I love the crispy bacon off the turkey. Yum!

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