Are you ready for the festive period?

Are you ready for the festive period?

Published: November 21st, 2019

It dark and cold, but the sparkle and glitter of festive period is just around the corner and have we got some festive ready cooked meals for you. In our new range of meals and desserts, we have classic festive fayre including our Roast Turkey Dinners with all the trimmings, Christmas pudding, and some beautiful luxury mince pies in proper sweet shortcrust pastry – not the soft sugary mush the supermarkets sell.

Also in our range of Festive frozen ready meals is our new Venison Sausages in a sweet red wine jus with juniper berries served with dauphinoise potatoes and Brussel Sprouts – It’s more Christmassy than Roast Turkey. There is also our new ham hock cassoulet, rich, creamy and hearty – enough to keep those cold winds at bay. And we are bringing a bit of Summer to the dark days with our new Eton Mess, made with mixed berries for something lighter too.

Our food isn’t just good it’s really good and we offer free home delivery as well. If you want our lovely meals delivered to your door just go ahead and order. There are no strings, no contracts, no minimum order size and no delivery charges in our local area. Our meal delivery service uses our own vans and our own lovely trustworthy delivery drivers, Linda and Lianne.

Also don’t worry if you have a particular dietary requirement as our meals are nearly all diabetic friendly and we have a large choice of tasty options of gluten-free, dairy-free, low salt, low sugar, and allium free meals.

We have a particular focus on frozen meals delivered for the elderly, but appeal to customers of all ages and have some very young and enthusiastic customers, particularly for our vegetarian range.

So if you want ready meals as the nights draw in to improve your experience by decking the halls with boughs of holly and enjoy Venison Sausages by the fire – with an amazing mince pie to follow.

We hope all our customers enjoy our new Autumn Winter range and are able to keep warm and have a cosy, happy festive period.