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Fresh turkeys in New Haven Area?

ElsieB Nov 1, 2011 08:03 AM

Any suggestions for places that carry fresh turkeys in the New Haven area. Already know about Whole Foods, any other suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks!

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    lsnhc Nov 6, 2011 11:01 AM

    Several stores carry Murray's organic fresh killed turkeys (including both P&M and Nica's on Orange St. We've been buying these for years and they are absolutely wonderful.

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      few Nov 5, 2011 06:40 PM

      ditto on Gozzi's
      been going there for 20 years -
      alot of local groceries will get them for you in the last 4-5 years if it is too far to go pick up on your own

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        harrie Nov 5, 2011 12:32 PM

        If you haven't found anything yet, Cedar HiIl Farm in Orange put the turkey sign out this week. The birds are by pre-order only; they're free range, raised from chick-hood in Orange with no added hormones. $3.65 per pound, pickup on November 21. Call 203-795-4531 or e-mail sbespuda at optimum dot net. We've had his chickens, and they're very good; we're trying his turkey for the first time this year.

        1. ElsieB Nov 3, 2011 04:53 PM

          Thanks for the suggestions! Will check at farmers market this weekend or try the place in guilford.

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            shoes Nov 1, 2011 11:02 AM

            The farmer's market on Saturdays at Wooster Square in New Haven generally includes a vendor who will take orders for turkeys around this time of year, for delivery the Saturday before Thanksgiving.

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              juicemann2 Nov 1, 2011 08:24 AM

              Gozzi Turkey Farms
              2443 Boston Post Road
              Guilford, CT
              (203) 453-2771

              Not going to get much fresher then that

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                benbenberi Nov 1, 2011 01:20 PM

                I got a great turkey there last year. If I were cooking this year, I'd do it again.

                You have to call ahead to reserve a bird of the size you want.

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