Win a Forman & Field Seasonal Christmas Box with Knorr – Closed

As it’s the season of good will the lovely people at Knorr have offered to give my readers the chance to win a fabulous Seasonal Christmas Box from Forman & Field. The bulk of your Christmas dinner will be sent to your door, how fab is that?

Knorr have a new range of handy Gravy Pots which you simply empty into a pan of warm water and bring to the boil. They are made with the best ingredients and slowly simmered meat juices for a homemade taste with no artificial preservatives or colours.

I will be trying out these gravy pots for myself soon so until then I’ll just have to take their word it. If they’re as good as their stock pots though, I’m sure they’re going to be a winner!

So back to the competition, the Seasonal Christmas Box will contain:

  • 1 X ORANGE

All you have to do to enter is fill in the rafflecopter below and only enter if you are available for the prize to be delivered on 21 December 2012.

How to enter:
Complete the Rafflecopter form below to confirm your entries made via blog comments, Twitter, etc.
This giveaway will close on 14/12/2012.
Please read the Terms and Conditions below.
Winners are announced on the Rafflecopter form after the prize has been claimed by the winner.
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Do you want more chances to win? Come back daily after tweeting about the giveaway and fill the form in again.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Terms and conditions:
Only open to UK participants over the age of 18.
There is 1 prize of a Seasonal Christmas Box from Forman & Field. There’s no cash alternative and the prize is not transferable. No part or parts of the prize may be substituted for other benefits, items or additions.
Instructions form part of the terms and conditions. Entries using any software or automated process to make bulk entries will obviously be disqualified. The winner will be picked at random using software and then contacted by email. If you win and then don’t respond to this email within 1 day then another winner will be picked. The prize will be delivered to the winner on 21 December 2012.
I am running this giveaway on behalf of Knorr who will be responsible for sending the prize to you if you win. Their decision is final and binding and no correspondence will be entered into.
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  1. Ian Campbell

    Turkey with all the trimmings 🙂

  2. sheila

    i love bread sauce and yorkies

  3. sean

    All in all i just LOVE CHRISTMAS! Hope you all have a good one!

  4. Donna Baxter

    Wow fabulous competition looks absolutely gorgeous and will hopefully look the same when I cook it!

  5. Sally Poole

    Pigs in Blankets 🙂

  6. Becky John

    The main Christmas dinner, with Turkey, Pork, mashed potatoes, carrots, sprouts, roast parsnips & potatoes, stuffing, bread sauce and lashings of gravy!

  7. izzy


  8. jennie jackson

    Smoked salmon and scrambled eggs on toast for my breakfast

  9. TomW

    Roast Chicken

  10. sue

    christmas pudding- yum

  11. sweetiepie82

    Pigs in Blankets!! My absolute fave part of the meal. Yu x

  12. Nicole

    Lots of stuffing and mashed potatoes!

  13. Jacquie Bennett

    Christmas Pudding, having it with rum n raisin ice cream this year, lush…

  14. Esme McCrubb


  15. Shona

    Mince pies.

  16. Sam Creswell

    I have no favorite bit, the whole meal, the variety of foods and puddings, it always makes me feel wonderful!

  17. Charlotte Jones

    Sprouts and parsnips – yum!

  18. Stuart Payne

    Lots of christmas cake

  19. Liz Almond

    Roast turkey and stuffing sandwiches on Boxing Day – on soft white bloomer bread, with lots of mustard. Yum!

  20. Lucy robinson

    Prawn cocktail.

  21. Louise

    Christmas pudding!

  22. Sarah R

    Mmmmmm leeks! I only have them with Xmas lunch and I love them……

  23. Jayne Bojang

    Xmas pud

  24. Gemma Clark

    turkey, stuffing and roast potatoes and mince pies with brandy butter 🙂

  25. Alison

    I look forward to indulging in the dinner

  26. Denise S

    love turkey and stuffing

  27. Joanne Blunt

    Roast potatoes cooked in goose fat

  28. Nic

    Mince Pies

  29. Christina Marriott (@chrissy4116)

    pigs in blankets! yummy! xx

  30. Hazel Rush

    Pigs in blankets!!

  31. Veronica Still

    Love Christmas Dinner The Best Bit is the Lovely Roast Potatoes cooked in Goose Fat

  32. Debs Jeav


  33. nicola

    prawn cocktail

  34. Lesley Bain

    Skirlie 🙂 x

  35. Gill B

    Eating chocolate from my stocking before breakfast!!

  36. Cheryl Lovell

    My Boxing Day buffet including cuts of meat yum

  37. Alison


  38. Blake Ahearne

    turkey sandwiches

  39. liza

    stuffing and bread sauce

  40. James Holyland

    A boozy sherry trifle

  41. stephen Butcher

    brussel sprout with mustard seeds fried in butter

  42. jo mccarthy

    Yummy Yorkshires!

  43. June Lord

    Christmas pud

  44. Carol D

    I like the cold meats & pickles on Boxing Day with a fruit salad to follow ..

  45. Lucy

    Pigs in blankets and bread sauce!

  46. Linda Hobbis

    I love the traditional Xmas dinner but I’m a stickler for Christmas cake with hard white icing!

  47. Christine Reid

    Honey roast ham and roasties

  48. shell

    The opening of gifts with the children

  49. Nicola

    Naughty I know, but I love all the savoury nibbles, chocolate and mince pies. Also love boxing day bubble & squeak!

  50. Scott Caldon

    Christmas dinner with all the trimmings, especially when I don’t have to cook it

  51. Darlene Taylor

    I look forward to my eldest daughter arriving for the day. Christmas doesn’t feel like Christmas for either of us until we’re in the same house again 🙂

  52. hayley

    sausagemeat stuffing

  53. hayley turner

    good old christmas dinner

  54. Luke Woodford

    Nice Prize

  55. Wendy Barbe

    Roasted parsnips

  56. Joanne Crosby

    Mince pies with double cream

  57. Claire Tromans

    Time with family is the best thing, but the possibility of snow is always exciting.

  58. Jade Vine


  59. Christine Reid

    The christmas trifle my sister makes, it is very boozy!

  60. BinkyPower

    Christmas Cake

  61. Emily Fraser

    Christmas pudding : )

  62. May

    The food coma!

  63. Caroline Scott

    I always look forward to mince pies – I would happily eat them all year round if I could and have actually been known to freeze a box so I can have one in Summer!

  64. Julia

    I really look forward to stuffing and bread sauce as Christmas is the only time of year I would eat them.

  65. melanie stirling

    The different sorts of cheeses we only ever buy at christmas.

  66. Nikki L

    Chocolate of course!

  67. Tammy Brett

    Quite looking forward to treating my family with Beef and turkey, as we dont buy beef all year round…mmm Roll on christmas day 😀 x

  68. Linda Smart

    Christmas pud with clotted cream….wonderful!

  69. Karen Mitchell

    Christmas puding and cream

  70. Mark Shaw


  71. Karen

    Pigs in blankets

  72. Emma Jackson

    Sausage wrapped in bacon and stuffing x

  73. Jesse Partington

    A big plump turkey leg.

  74. dave johnston

    Got to be pigs in blankets ! 🙂

  75. Sam

    Chocolate gateau

  76. Mickie Bull

    Pigs in Blankets

  77. Lindsey G

    All the chocolate!

  78. kelly harper

    turkey and eating so much chocolate

  79. Kavey

    Christmas pudding and brandy cream, everything else I have the rest of the year anyway!

  80. Richard R

    The roast turkey

  81. Jenna Parrington

    Pigs in blankets! Yum! But only if they are nearly burnt!

  82. Emma2321

    The food I look forward to most is my mum’s bread sauce – perfect with turkey and the one day of the year we get to eat it!

  83. Ashleigh Allan

    Turkey with stuffing!

  84. Sharon Hingley

    Christmas dinner , Norfolk Bronze turkey , mom’s special stuffing and lashings of gravy.

  85. Amanda Johnson

    Salmon for dinner as I am the only one in the house that eats it and its the only time I can justify buying it myself.

  86. Helen Dickinson


  87. Laura Caraher

    I love pigs in blankets and on boxing dayI have a turkey, stuffing and cranberry sauce sandwich yum 🙂

  88. L A Young

    have to smother in cranberry sauce

  89. glmcall123

    Christmas pudding

  90. Nikki Stewart

    The stuffing is my favourite!

  91. L. Bennett

    All the family together and two weeks off work!

  92. Anna Stickland

    Turkey and cranberry sauce

  93. Amy Ripley

    Christmas Pudding!

  94. barbara shaw

    I love my turkey and stuffing —————– thank-you

  95. Jan Richards

    Boxing day turkey sandwiches. x

  96. Kim Carberry

    Pigs in Blankets

  97. christmas pud

  98. Judith Eddington

    Christmas pudding

  99. Julie Brooke

    Fresh crunchy sprouts!! There’s only me that likes them so I never buy them apart from at Christmas

  100. Karen Christmas

    Christmas pudding with brandy cream

  101. Stephanie Boulton


  102. katrina walsh

    pigs in blankets

  103. Nicola Dudson

    The Turkey with all the trimmings

  104. tamalyn roberts

    opening the pressies with the children

  105. Julie Booth

    pigs in blankets, stuffing, cranberry sauce, and I LOVE sprouts and parsnips!

  106. Valerie Thorpe

    Well the Turkey and cranberry sauce as everything else is standard Sunday roast dinner for us. Would love to give goose a try though as that was the tradition in Dickens times.

  107. sarah birkett

    the same as last year. The same jokes, food, games, and films. I love it

  108. Pippa Ainsworth

    Mince Pies. I love them, I’d eat them all year round but they taste better at Christmas.

  109. Tim Marchant-Jones

    Pigs in Blankets

  110. lynn lewer

    mince pies

  111. Christina Curtis

    Pigs in Blankets

  112. Tracey Anne Berry

    ooh roasted sausage meat – obviously I love turkey, the lovely roasties, even the veg but it has to be the sausage meat yummmmeeeee

  113. Steven Appleton

    We always have a good cut of lamb for Christmas dinner – always look forward to that 🙂

  114. Jean Bolsover

    Christmas pudding!

  115. Barrie Phillips

    Turkey!,Turkey dinner,Turkey sanwiches and Turkey curry.Love Turkey.

  116. hannah oneill

    Homemade Stollen

  117. Andy D

    The Christmas Meal

  118. Sejal Trivedy

    Pigs in blankets and turkey 🙂

  119. jennifer thorpe

    pigs in blankets 🙂

  120. Jo Mack

    Homemade Bread Sauce

  121. Beverley Marsh

    Christmas pudding and thick creamy yummy custard.

  122. Kelly Martin

    Brie with pickle onions and crackers yum!

  123. Annie Taylor

    Turkey and all the trimmings is nice, but I love Boxing Day lunch with Bubble and Squeak made to my own special recipe which varies in content depending on how much Champers I’m drinking at the time 🙂

  124. Peak Lee

    Luxury chocolates

  125. Solange

    Turkey and stuffing

  126. Hele R

    Pigs in blankets 🙂

  127. Sarah Morris

    Everything, but I actually love the sage and onion stuffing, rammed on my fork with a fat roast potato and a few gravy soaked peas… slobber.

  128. Gary Topley

    I look forward to all the nibbles 🙂

  129. Sarah P

    Pigs in Blankets 🙂

  130. mrs susan martin

    it has to be homemade broccoli and cheddar soup with hoggi bread and butter, (local bread made in suffolk) scrummy followed by the full works turkey roast with a little tipple of sherry in the gravyxx very merry christmas everyonex

  131. Andrew Petrie

    Opening a bottle of the best red wine I can find.

  132. Janice Beal

    I love the stuffing – I always make a nice fruit and nut mix!

  133. Bohdan Kuczynski


  134. Ness Gorton (@baggiesbabe69)

    I love sprouts.

  135. Karen de Ronde

    I look forward to a big roast dinner

  136. Louise Smith

    Mince Pies and extra thick cream

  137. Rainie Bish

    Sprouts, love them

  138. Cheryll H

    I love the turkey sandwiches on Boxing Day (and beyond!) 🙂 @pipersky1

  139. Cathy Glynn

    My whole xmas dinner, I love it all x

  140. Teresa Lee

    The turkey, especially when it very first comes out the oven and its really warm and tasty

  141. Carolin

    phew… everything, with lots of gravy! 🙂

  142. kerry s

    stuffing my face 🙂

  143. Jo Boyd

    After Eight Mints (it’s the only time of year we have them)

  144. Kerry Jones

    Well it would have to be turkey and pigs in blankets?

  145. Katy spence

    When my mother in law was alive she always served pate, dips, breadsticks and garlic bread for starter, it’s so incredibly retro but Christmas doesn’t seem the same without it now!

  146. Vanessa Cox

    Puddings 🙂

  147. Margaret

    Mince pies and cream.

  148. Jill Webb

    home cooked ham

  149. Sue Tyler

    This year will be wondering what my 2 year old grandson will make of it all.

    1. Sue Tyler

      bother I read it what do you look forward to… doh…
      Looking forward to Turkey dinner with all the trimmings..

  150. Alison Wakefield


  151. Hilda hazel Wright

    Cheese! I’m really looking forward to some wensleydale with cranberrys to nibble with a glass of wine!

  152. Paul Rogers


  153. John Tingay

    Pigs in blankets

  154. Cheryl Edwards

    Yule Log, yum yum

  155. Corina

    My mum’s stuffing and then the Christmas pudding.


    pigs in blankets

  157. Janet K

    Christmas pudding

  158. John Banks

    Christmas Pudding and Mince Pies

  159. Phil Darling

    Christmas Pud with Brandy sauce

  160. Katrina Day-Reilly

    pigs in blankets

  161. Candy Johnson

    Wow! That will really help someone’s Christmas. I love the desserts 😀


    I love Turkey with Chestnut Stuffing inside – perfection!

  163. Lauren Pilkington

    pigs in blankets 🙂

  164. C Hui

    The turkey, can make loads of sandwiches afterwards

  165. kelly forbes

    My favourite bit of the meal is generally the starter – smoked salmon (usually one my Dad has caught!) with home made brown bread 🙂

    1. Camilla

      That sounds lovely!

  166. Sheila Bound

    Chocolate,Chocolate and more Chocolate,

  167. Gemma Mills / Chamberlain (MyMillsBaby)

    Pig in Blankets!

  168. Suzanne Cooke

    stuffing with my turkey, yum

  169. Laura

    Christmas Cake

  170. Alan S

    Parsnips, I only ever seem to have them at Christmas for some reason

  171. Susan Cameron

    Has to be the cranberry jelly-it’s the only time it legit to have it but I’m an addict.My pregnancy craving was cranberry jelly and Nutella sandwiches.

  172. Deborah Munn

    All of Christmas lunch. x

  173. Kelly Koya

    the christmas goose!

  174. Steve Gray

    The turkey and pigs in blankets!

  175. Gavin

    Rennie 🙁

  176. Paul Kay

    I love the whole Christmas Dinner but the Turkey and pigs in blankets are the only things unique to it.

  177. Millward

    Bubble & Squeak on Boxing Day

  178. Neil H

    Christmas cake

  179. Paul Ellams

    Mince Pies

  180. Anna Ling

    The sausages wrapped in bacon

  181. Hazel Rea

    I look forward to a turkey and stuffing sandwich on Boxing Day.


    Turkey, and the stuffing, made to mums old recipie

  183. Karen Whittaker

    I love leftover turkey and stuffing in crusty white bread for a Christmas night supper

  184. Sandra Clarke

    Roast Turkey & trimmings, followed by Christmas Pud.

  185. Penelope Harper

    I love turkey. I have it hot for dinner and cold for tea. num num num!

  186. Jane Willis

    The whole Christmas dinner – roast turkey with all the trimmings. And especially the brussels sprouts!

  187. mellissa williams

    Has to be Christmas dinner with all the trimmings

  188. Sandra Siddall

    I actually look forward to the turkey 🙂 I love it xx

  189. Susan Ocock

    Strange as it may seem – good cheese, pickles and celery! I do love good turkey and ham carved off the bone as well.

  190. Happyfox

    Turkey and stuffing, cauliflower cheese, roasties and lots of gravy

  191. Andrew Gladwell

    Pigs in blankets!

  192. Gill

    I love the samosas that my sister makes. They are a far from authentic – anglicised version using filo pastry but they just bring back memories 🙂

  193. Natasha C

    The turkey and pigs in blankets!

  194. miriam krutska

    nice roast turkey with creamy mayo potato salad and special christmas soup made from chorizo ,sauerkraut
    cabbage and dried mushrooms. so yummy

  195. Jo Hutchinson

    The Turkey!

  196. Nickie C

    I’m a big fan of stuffing 🙂

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