Goose ~ Quality test Winner
In Stock ~ Product Supplied Frozen
Mail-order: despatch from 1st December ONLY
Local Delivery: from 1st December.
Collection in-store: from 1st December.
Collections must be before 12 midday Christmas Eve.
IMPORTANT, Please note: This is a frozen item this year that will need at least 48 hours to thaw. Please bear this in mind when selecting your delivery date. Product will only be available from 1st December.
Collection in-store option will also be available from 1st December.
Fancy something a little different for your Christmas Roast, why not give our favourite Goose of all time a try?
This year we're taking nothing to chance. We've tried all sorts of UK producers for our Christmas Goose but time and time again we are desperately disheartened at the quality and service from the producers. This year we will stand our ground and serve what we believe in, no false promises, no lies and no poor grade produce wrapped in a golden bow.
This year we will serve the Goose we love, the one we know best, trust and ultimately the Goose we know you will love too.
So... it's back to the Goose that first bailed us out of a disaster many many years ago, a goose that's been solid in performance, a goose that's always produced a superior cook to any other we've tried. Yes, they're a European Goose and they come frozen but you have to believe me, these are 100% the BEST Geese we as a family have ever had. Nothing else comes close and we regularly cook them at home.
The seam of rich fat beneath the skin melts during cooking, naturally basting the breast meat, keeping it moist and succulent. The fat produced during cooking can then be used to roast vegetables and potatoes to perfection. We like to cook root vegetables and potatoes beneath the goose cooking above, allowing the drippings to coat and cook the vegetables in the most satisfying way!
- Frozen at source in prime condition
- Rich, dark meat
- Specially selected for flavour
- Fat ideal for Roast Vegetables and Potatoes
- Great alternative to Turkey at Christmas or any weekend meal