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  • College Street Christmas Party

    On Thursday 19th December your favourite College Street shops including Nood, Goodness, Miss Wong, Citta, Ekor Book Shop, Shut the Front Door, Magnolia, Orient, Smack Bang, Kowtow, and Moore Wilson's will be open until 7pm for a leisurely evening of Christmas shopping!

    Here at Moore Wilson's, Virtuoso Strings will be playing in the Piazza from 5pm. House of Dumplings and Taco Addicts will be opening late in the Pop-Up Food Pods to keep you sustained while you shop.

    We will also have some special tastings in our Fresh Market from Greytown Gold Olive Oil, Arobake, Baron Hasselhoff's, Totara Cottage, and Champagne Billecart-Salmon.

    All departments, including Kitchen & Homewares will be open until 7pm.

    See the full event and RSVP on Facebook!

  • Cardholder Draw: Win a Billecart-Salmon Dining Experience at Rita!

    Our cardholder draw this month is a fantastic dining experience thanks to Billecart-Salmon!

    Billecart-Salmon is one of the few remaining Champagne houses to be owned by the original family, and was established in 1818 by Nicolas-Francois Billecart. Their gentle basket press and cool ferments preserve the delicate fruit flavours of their signature house style.

    One lucky Moore Wilson's cardholder will win a 3 course Champagne Billecart-Salmon dinner for four people, hosted by Champagne Billecart-Salmon brand Ambassador Sebastien Papin and Importer Brandon Nash at the famous Two Hat eatery in Aro Valley - Rita.

    See in store for details on how to enter and don't forget your Moore Wilson's card - it's key to entering any of our in store prize draws and giveaways!

  • Arobake Weihnachts Stollen with Marzipan

    Recipe kindly shared by Arobake owner Max Fuhrer. If you don't have time to make your own, Arobake's delicious stollen is available from Moore Wilson's Fresh along with their festive fruit mince pies!

  • Fresh Turkey for Christmas - available from 19th December

    Fresh Free-Range Canter Valley Turkeys are due in store on Thursday 19th and Friday 20th December.

    Delivery subject to clear roads and smooth sailings. Limited numbers available, no orders taken.

    Fresh turkeys come in a range of sizes from 4 to 10.5. As a general rule the serving size is double the turkey size i.e. a size 4 will serve 8 people.

    Canter Valley have been our fresh turkey supplier for a number of years. They began back in 1987, and are located near Sefton in North Canterbury. Canter Valley are a family owned business, striving to be environmentally conscious. Sustainable poultry welfare management practices, with care and consideration for the highest level of animal welfare are paramount.

    What to do once you get your fresh turkey home...

    Storage
    Please keep your turkey well chilled at all times (you may need a chiller bag or poly bin if you are not going straight home).  An hour out of the fridge is estimated to be a day of shelf life lost, and can also of course have quality and even food safety ramifications.  Once at home keep your turkey in the coldest part of your fridge, which should be 4°C or less.  If kept in optimum conditions your fresh turkey best-before date will be well beyond Christmas Day (probably early January – date will be on the pack).

    Time to Brine?
    Consider brining your turkey 12 to 24 hours before cooking. Brining involves soaking the bird in a salt-water mixture before cooking and not only tenderises the meat and adds a subtle spiciness, but it also makes carving the turkey easier. There are many variations on the brine mixture, a quick internet search will help you find a recipe to suits your tastes.

    Cooking Your Turkey
    Full instructions are on the pack.  Don’t forget to allow sufficient time to bring to room temperature before cooking and for resting after cooking.

    Serving
    Don’t forget the condiments!  Cranberry and turkey are great friends and we have a range of cranberry condiments from Cranberries Westland, Pickle & Pie and Ruth Pretty that will go great with your turkey.

    Frozen free-range turkeys from Croziers are also available from our Grocery Department.

  • Quality Free-Farmed NZ Hams for Christmas

    At Moore Wilson’s Fresh we stock only quality hams made from 100% New Zealand pork.  At Christmas time you’ll find an even greater range of brands and sizes available from quarter hams to whole legs.

    Our Christmas hams come from local companies we know and trust. When you buy a ham from Moore Wilson’s Fresh you know you are getting the best quality available. You also know you’re paying for the weight of the pork and not excessive amount of brine.

    The two main types of Christmas Ham are:

    HAM ON THE BONE: Classic Christmas ham, smoked and cooked with the bone left in the body of the ham.

    CHAMPAGNE HAM: Champagne hams have the bone (except the hock) removed and the meat is then reshaped to get it back looking like a leg again. Some people say this means it has a slightly softer moister texture than traditional ham on the bone.

    This year our Christmas hams come from four NZ producers:

    Freedom Farms make hams from SPCA certified pork, free-farmed here in NZ without crates, cages, pens or growth hormones. Freedom Farms hams are pre-cooked and naturally wood smoked, so all you need to do is remove the wrapper and get to serving. But if you can, glaze it at home - it is so worth it!  Don't forget to save the hock bone, stick it in the freezer and think pea and ham soup for winter.

    Harrington’s carefully craft their hams using their own Special Cure to bring out that rich ham flavour. Smoking and cooking their gluten-free hams is a slow, painstaking process for owner Angus Black and his team, ensuring the taste and texture are the best possible quality for you to enjoy. Free-range, single-source, 100% New Zealand-raised, you’ll taste the difference. Harrington’s Half Ham on the Bone is available from Moore Wilson’s Fresh.  A fuller-flavoured ham, slice after slice you’ll enjoy the pure pleasure of a traditionally-crafted ham that’s made for sharing.

    Harmony go to extraordinary lengths to ensure that their meats go from pasture to plate with absolute care at every stage.  They believe that how an animal lives, adds more quality and flavour to the meat than any other aspect of the process. They our meat from a select group of farms which are chosen because they meet every criterion of sustainable farming and recognised animal welfare. Harmony animals are grass fed. No cages, no pens, only open pasture.

    Cameron Harrison Butchery and Delicatessen was established by Rob Cameron and Simon Harrison in 2009. They have shops in Ngaio and Kelburn Village, and a factory in Tawa. Cameron Harrison took out the title of Ham of the Year in the 2014 NZ Ham & Bacon Competition and in 2015 won a gold medal for their Manuka smoked boneless ham.

    Pestell’s Rai Bacon Company is a family owned, Nelson business run by third generation butchers, Christopher and Stephen Pestell. Pestell’s hams are sugar cured and manuka smoked, using our own special curing recipe. They are then cold smoked, before being cooked in purpose built cookers to optimise the moist, succulent texture that Pestell’s hams are renowned for. After being cooled and chilled overnight the hams are ready for packing the next day.

    In case you’re tempted to pick up a ‘cheap’ Christmas ham from elsewhere, here are some reasons not to:

    • Over 40% of the pork sold in New Zealand imported from overseas. We don’t sell hams made from imported frozen pork because we can’t be sure of the conditions these pigs are farmed in and also what has gone into the finished product.
    • Increasing the weight of hams with brine injections enables the price per kilo to be noticeably reduced. Some legs of pork have been known to have their weight increased by up to 40% with brine injections. If you’re buying a cheap ham there’s a good chance you’re really buying some expensive salt and water! We only sell hams we know have been produced with minimum brine injection.
    • It impacts the livelihoods of local farmers when people purchase cheap imported meats.
    • Quality NZ ham simply tastes better!

    Please feel free to ask our knowledgeable Meat Department staff if you require assistance picking the perfect ham for your festive celebrations.

  • Festive Poinsettia Cocktail

    This elegant cranberry and bubbly cocktail is perfect for holiday parties!

    Ingredients sold individually in store or the Moore Wilson's Festive Poinsettia Cocktail Pack is available for delivery nationwide - a great gift for a cocktail lover!

  • Moore Wilson's Cardholder Bonus Gifts

    This festive season we're rewarding our Cardholders with a series of exclusive bonus gift offers! The following offers are valid in store only - simply shop using your Moore Wilson's card to qualify.

    • Bonus KitchenAid Cast Iron 3.8L Dutch Oven ($429) with purchase of any full-priced KitchenAid Stand Mixer
    • Bonus Breville Crepe Creations BCP200 ($59.95) with purchase
      of a Breville Smart Scoop Ice Cream Maker.
    • Bonus $50 Moore Wilson’s gift voucher with purchase of any Magimix Food Processor
    • Bonus Moore Wilson’s festive tea towel ($10) with spend of $50 or
      more on any cookbook(s)
    • Bonus Global Water Sharpener ($59.95) with purchase of Global Hiro
      7 piece knife block set
    • Bonus Victorinox sausage knife ($7.95) and Edge Revival knife sharpening voucher ($10.00) with spend of $50+ on Victorinox kitchen knives.
    • Bonus Le Creuset silicone trivet ($22.95) with purchase of Le Creuset cookware in new colours, sage or meringue
    • Bonus Microplane Grater/Zester ($39.95) with purchase from Emile Henry Delight range
    • Bonus ACME coffee beans 300g ($11.25) with purchase of  Wilfa automatic coffee brewer

    Ts and Cs: Offers valid for Moore Wilson’s Cardholders only from 1st November to 24th December 2019 or while bonus gift stocks last. Scan your Moore Wilson’s card at checkout to qualify. Excludes online purchases. We reserve the right to limit bonus gift quantities.

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