It's arguably the most important meal of the year and so it's important to get it right. It can be stressful enough cooking it never mind shopping for it, so let us take the stress out of the process for you and show you some of the best places to buy your Christmas Dinner ingredients in Cheshire. We want you and your loved ones to enjoy a delicious festive feast made from the best locally sourced, fresh ingredients. Find out the best places to buy your Christmas Dinner ingredients here:

Cheerbrook Farm Shop, Nantwich

With show stopping roasting joints, all the trimmings, dishes & desserts for entertaining too. Make it a Cheerbrook Christmas for a fabulous festive season! Choose from Angus beef, free range pork, Cheshire Lamb, British Chicken and of course, Cheshire Turkey not forgetting hand wrapped pigs in blankets. 

The Lambing Shed, Knutsford

The Lambing Shed, KnutsfordThe Lambing Shed has absolutely everything you need to make the perfect Christmas Dinner, from your meat to your trimmings and stuffing to your veg box. You can even order Christmas boxes for the ultimate Christmas at home, including everything you could possibly need for Christmas dinner including a luxury cheeseboard and even a Boxing Day breakfast box! They really have got Christmas all wrapped up for you.

HE Coward Butchers, Frodsham

HE Coward is a traditional, family run butchers and has been since 1929 proudly supplying customers with 100% British meat of the finest quality at the best possible prices. Get your Cheshire reared Turkey or if you want a slightly easier alternative you can order a Turkey Breast Roll, complete with its own sage and onion stuffing. If you fancy a change you can choose from Welsh lamb, Cheshire pork and gammon or prime cuts of beef, you can even get your sausages, bacon, stuffing, sauces and more.

H. Clewlows Butchers, Nantwich

H. Clewlow Butchers is a 3rd Generation family butcher trading in Nantwich for over 90 years, specialising in Local Grown Beef, Lamb and Pork. For Christmas you can get your Kelly free range bronze turkey, boneless turkey crowns, fresh farm chickens and not forgetting the more traditional Gressingham goose or duck. You can also stock up on your pork pies, sausage rolls and quiches for your Boxing Day buffet!

Lowes Farm Shop, Middlewich

Lowe’s Farm Shop offers a great selection of fresh produce, groceries, nursery plants and much more for clients throughout Cheshire. The Lowe Family have resided at Shanty Farm, Byley for over 60 years and Mrs Lowe started Lowes Farm shop with a small home-grown vegetable stall in the yard area.  Lowe’s Farm Shop progressed to out-buildings in the early 20th century and a wide variety of locally sourced produce was added to the range.

Whitmore and White, Frodsham

Cole's Christmas Pudding

If you’re going to make your own Christmas pudding this year, hopefully you’ve already bought the copious amount of ingredients that you’re going to need. The best recipes require you to make the pudding around 6 weeks before eating to allow the nutty, fruity flavours to intensify.

Or you could always buy a Cole's Classic Christmas Pudding from Whitmore and White, wrapped in a traditional cotton bag for complete authenticity plus its got ale in it, yum!! 

Godfrey Williams & Son, Sandbach

When going through your Christmas Dinner checklist make sure you dont forget the cheese, we are well known for it around these parts don't forget! And where better to go for your Christmas cheese board than the award winning Godfrey Williams and Son, a family business run in Sandbach since 1875.

Graze Upon Us

Graze Upon Us Platters
Many of us enjoy a good old fashioned buffet at Christmas time, whether its Christmas Day night or Boxing Day and the days after, but gone are the days of leftovers and the familiar shades of beige. Graze Upon Us offer an array of beautifully curated graze platters, graze boards and graze tables creating a unique dining experience and talking point for any occasion.




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