A Turkey’s Tale
In Chile it is common to roast a Turkey served with apple and plum sauce plus an assortment of sides before attending Christmas Eve Mass or “Misa de Gallo” at the local church. Some areas of Mexico like to cook a turkey with stuffing and cranberry sauce while other regions will enjoy bacalao and champurrado. A traditional turkey with Yorkshire pudding is served up in England while Australians wake up to ham on toast for breakfast with homemade mustard, then enjoy a hot lunch of roast pork, ham, chicken and turkey. Here in North America we can’t get enough turkey throughout the holidays complete with all the trimmings.
When it comes to turkey, sourcing local and fresh is best. For four generations Winter’s Turkey Farm has been producing high quality, sustainable and humanely raised turkeys. The turkeys are free range, organically grown, and raised on a whole grain diet that results in a flavourful bird on your holiday table. Fresh birds are available in October and December, while frozen can be purchased throughout the year. Visit the website to find local retail locations and for ordering options and details.
Now that you have your turkey, you are going to need the proper vessel to cook it in. Zest Kitchenware carries a range of items to assist with all your turkey roasting needs. The All-Clad Stainless Roasters with Racks are large, in charge and available in two sizes. The lifter rack helps remove a large turkey from the heavy-duty stainless-steel roasting pan, while the upright handles offer a secure hold when transporting around the kitchen. Built to last, these roasting pans are the only pans you will ever need.
Fresh Local Turkey’s | Winters Turkey | $63.00 – $86.00
All-Clad Stainless Roaster with Rack | Zest Kitchenware | $159.99 – $199.99