Free Range Kelly Bronze Whole Turkey, Freshly Frozen. Serves 8 to 10.
Whole KellyBronze Turkey / 5kg / Serves 8 to 10 People
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Indulge in a whole KellyBronze, the most luxurious, rich and succulent meat with skin cooked to golden perfection giving out its delicious roasted scents, making it fit for a queen ... maybe she has one - we couldn't possibly say!
KellyBronze breeder JB GILL IS ALL ABOUT THE NATURAL SEASON AND THE TRADITIONAL SLOW GROWING BREEDS of free range turkey.
The unique KellyBronze is a breed that was reared over 75 years ago - for every kilo of weight they gain, these beautiful birds have eaten 30% more feed than a modern commercial turkey.
BRED TO BE WILD AND FREE
These birds live as nature intended, with lots of exercise and a natural diet of corn, soya and foraging in woodland and open pastures. A KellyBronze has flavour, texture and produces it's own gravy.
THE MORE MATURE THE BIRD, THE BETTER THE FLAVOUR
Our turkeys are over twice the age of a standard intensive turkey - doubling the farming costs but quadrupling the flavour. Maturity has the biggest single impact on flavour. A KellyBronze has well marbled meat and award winning flavour.
PLUCKED TRADITIONALLY BY HAND
Without the use of water as in modern factories. It costs 10 times more in labour but dry plucking enhances shelf life and allows dry aging. A Kellybronze does not touch water, therefore, you don’t pay for water uptake as with other turkeys. All beautiful meat no nasties.
These fabulous bred to be wild turkeys have won the award for best free range turkeys in the UK 8 years running. Choose yours today.
THE DAILY TELEGRAPH
The Daily Telegraph proclaims KellyBronze turkeys to be “the sought-after turkey” for Christmas, or indeed any meal where excellence and flavour come top of the list. Non-organic, home grown and natural, KellyBronze are sought-after the world over.
Did you know?
In 1526 an enterprising young trader called William Strickland imported six wild turkeys into England, and it was Henry VIII that made eating turkey at Christmas fashionable in the royal courts.