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Old 10-23-2016, 01:59 PM   #1
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Turkey flavour - Norfolk Black v Narragansett

Dear friends,

I would appreciate your help with this inquiry which will be used to make sure I cook a nice Christmas Day lunch. I am cooking for my family and friends and I am extremely excited and nervous but also want to make sure I purchase the best possible tasting bread of turkey.

I have narrowed my search down to two breeds of turkey. These are the Norfolk Black and the Narragansett. Both will be around 8Kg finished.

I have previously eaten some Norfolk Black at a local restaurant which was a splendid gamey bird and certainly different to a frozen turkey from a supermarket!!!

My question to you is can you please advise on the difference in taste between a Norfolk Black and a Narragansett. ie. is one 'gamier' than the other or one more 'fatty etc'.

I would be very grateful for your help, this is a very important meal for me and I would like to ensure I get expert advice to make it as best as I can.

Kindest Regards




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