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On the Ice List

Whether you’re dining on turkey, beef, duck or salmon this Christmas – your order will be delivered to your door professionally frozen for fullness of flavour. The benefits? Let us tell you…


Pop your order straight into your freezer when it arrives, and it’s there and ready in time for the big day. No time lost in busy supermarket queues!


Our suppliers are experts in their fields, and our butchers in Inverurie, Aberdeenshire, are skilled to the highest level. Each product we sell has been frozen at its peak freshness to keep the flavour locked in for longer.

Fewer Additives

Did you know, freezing is ‘nature’s own preservative’? So there’s absolutely no need to add artificial ones.

Less Waste

Christmas is a time for indulgence, but not food waste! Order and prepare just what you need for the amount of guests arriving. And if you do have any leftovers, check out our recipes here!


Vitamins and other nutrients are naturally preserved, so you know what you’re eating is good for you.

Delivered to your door

Order today for delivery to your door up until 22nd December.

Defrosting safely

Unlike our flash freezing, defrosting is best done slowly. Make sure you calculate defrosting times in advance – you don’t want to end up with a frozen main on Christmas Day!

The size of your turkey will determine the length of time it will take to defrost. As a rough guide, you should allow 24 hours for each 2kg of turkey. So that means if you have a 5-6kg turkey, you should allow three full days to defrost in the fridge.

We recommend keeping food in its packaging and defrosting in the fridge.

How to tell it's fully defrosted

Give it a pat: pop your hand into the cavity and touch the inside of the breast-bone. It should feel soft, and not at all frozen.

Give it a wee jiggle: the legs and wings should be fairly loose. If they feel stiff and difficult to move, it needs to be defrosted for longer.

Use a probe: know for sure by inserting a probe thermometer into the thickest part of the leg or breast. If it reads anything below than 1oc, defrost further.