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Turkeys for Xmas in July

By Ernie - 23 June 2012 16

Can someone please tell me where I can get a whole turkey in Canberra this time of year?

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Turkeys for Xmas in July
molongloid 6:43 pm 25 Jun 12

johnboy said :

And why isn’t it in June?

That has always annoyed me. If it’s about us being in the southern hemisphere then Jun 25. For orthodox Jul 7 I guess. Else it’s just a free-for-all. I’m a small, petty man.

poetix 5:47 pm 25 Jun 12

johnboy said :

And why isn’t it in June?

Isn’t the middle of winter in July? I thought these events went for the bleakest time, to give that really miserable English atmosphere, where even a plum pudding seems good.

A truffle would be a nice thing for Christmas in July. Even in a humble vegetarian omelette.

Mr_Shab 4:38 pm 25 Jun 12

?

I don’t eat turkeys – or any other animals.

…but I does love me some moral superiority…

johnboy 3:36 pm 25 Jun 12

And why isn’t it in June?

JimCharles 3:34 pm 25 Jun 12

Where does this Christmas in July come from?
Is it aimed at ex-pats who are used to having a cold Christmas, or something “cooked” up by poultry farmers?

baloon 2:23 pm 25 Jun 12

http://www.rspca.org.au/shophumane/

For those of us who still enjoy a nice bit of meat but want the animal to be treated well and killed with as little stress as possible.

mos 4:52 pm 24 Jun 12

urchin said :

mos said :

One of these what you’re looking for Ernie? – http://bigbirdsbigcruelty.org/Shozam-files/Big%20Birds/1/imgLg/10-sml.jpg

so you are saying that all turkeys are raised in that kind of an environment or only the ones you like to eat?

I don’t eat turkeys – or any other animals. But this is from the report downloaded from http://bigbirdsbigcruelty.org/Campaign-materials.htm “In developed countries, more than 90% of commercial turkey production takes place in intensive production systems called factory farms. Turkeys raised in factory farms spend their entire lives (a grand total of three months) in crowded sheds with thousands of other birds”.

Vindalu 1:05 pm 24 Jun 12

I’ve heard you can get a good gobble in Fyshwick or Mitchell.

poetix 9:29 pm 23 Jun 12

Pork Hunt said :

Parliament of Australia
Parliament Drive,Capital Hill ACT 2600

So, if you want spatchcock, or even quail, do you go to the ACT Assembly?

MERC600 8:00 pm 23 Jun 12

Pork Hunt said :

Parliament of Australia
Parliament Drive,Capital Hill ACT 2600

Nice one ..

urchin 7:55 pm 23 Jun 12

mos said :

One of these what you’re looking for Ernie? – http://bigbirdsbigcruelty.org/Shozam-files/Big%20Birds/1/imgLg/10-sml.jpg

so you are saying that all turkeys are raised in that kind of an environment or only the ones you like to eat?

Pork Hunt 5:17 pm 23 Jun 12

Parliament of Australia
Parliament Drive,Capital Hill ACT 2600

Ernie 3:52 pm 23 Jun 12

Wow, thanks for the link.

mos 3:50 pm 23 Jun 12

One of these what you’re looking for Ernie? – http://bigbirdsbigcruelty.org/Shozam-files/Big%20Birds/1/imgLg/10-sml.jpg

BobGrrl 3:14 pm 23 Jun 12

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