Holiday feasting from Checkers

Great feasting made even better with exclusive roasts from Checkers.

11 Dec 2013
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Are you planning to do a lot of entertaining during the Christmas holidays – but would still like to have time to spend with your family and friends?

You’ll be glad to know that at Checkers, you can be sure to find everything you need to make this Christmas better than the last!

You already know Checkers’ famous 3-bird roast Turducken – turkey, duck and chicken all rolled into one.

Now, they’ve introduced a new sensational 4-bird roast with the addition of exotic quail to this generous roast, which is bound to impress your guests and feed the whole family!

Plus it’s also been given the stamp of approval by the SA Chefs Association. What’s more, it’s available with a festive stuffing of cranberry, apple and roasted onion.

Why not braai these delicious roasts this Christmas?

Both the Turducken and the 4-bird roast are perfect for the Weber, so you don’t have to spend a lovely summer’s day in the kitchen.

Try a mouthwatering Sweet Gooseberry and Chilli Sauce recipe by the Giggling Gourmet, Jenny Morris, with your 4-bird roast.

View the step-by-step recipe video and a host of other celebrity chef recipes on the Checkers website that are also perfect for your Christmas feast.

Checkers also has a range of delicious ready-made glazes in their Limited Edition Christmas range to glam up your Christmas roast.

From a tasty Asian Ginger Glaze to more traditional tastes like Balsamic & Rosemary Glaze, you’ll find something you’ll love.

Visit to see why Christmas is better at Checkers!

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