Pay R574 for a Christmas Dinner Box feeding six adults OR R351 for a Swiss platter feeding eight to ten people from TGA Foods (Save up to 43%)
- Save up to 43% on a Christmas Dinner Box OR a Swiss platter
- Pay R574 for a Christmas dinner box for 6 adults, valued at R1000
- Pay R351 for a Swiss platter for 8 to 10 people, valued at R585
- Christmas Box: all items are frozen and need to be defrosted using the accompanying heating and cooking instructions
- Swiss Platter: All items are cooked/baked and need to be reheated in an oven at 150 degrees
- Ideal as a Christmas dinner
- Groupon redeemable for 1 month
- Groupon excludes cash on delivery: R50 for the platter and R100 for the box
- Christmas Box: Orders must be placed from 1 to 15 December 2011
- Swiss Platter: Available from 30 November to 15 December, order must be made the day before you require the platter
- Redemption process: Email copy of Groupon, delivery address and cell phone number to email@example.com
- Christmas Box: Delivery from 19 December to 23 December only; once order is confirmed customer will receive SMS with delivery dates and approximate delivery time
- Swiss Platter: Delivery from Monday to Friday, 8:00 to 16:45; no guaranteed delivery times; if delivery is made and customer is not home customer will still be charged
- The content of the Swiss Platter might be subject to change due to availability
- Christmas dinner box serves up to 6 adults
- Swiss platter serves 8 to 10 people
- Groupon only issued and valid once deal closes
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- Groupon not redeemable with in-store promotions
- Terms & Conditions apply
When it comes to rousing up a mean Christmas meal, even Mrs Clause will admit that it leaves you with less energy than a fatigued floor mop. Besides trying to manoeuvre stuffing up a turkey’s rear- end and crafting the perfect mince pies, there’s the small matter of the Christmas cake and of course, setting the table. Today’s Groupon is your Christmas miracle; giving you all the time in the world to set your table, crack open your crackers and entertain your guests without the added pressure of making the meal.
The Christmas Dinner Box, otherwise known as the eighth wonder of the world, is a cube of culinary wonders which includes everything you need to feed eight hungry bellies. Containing salmon, turkey, vegetables, potatoes, gravy, Christmas pudding and Swiss butter biscuits, the Christmas box serves up a storm. With everything frozen, the only mission you have is to defrost the food according to the accompanying instructions and you’re set for a three course meal.
The Swiss platter is a sneaky little dish of international delicacies and familiar favourites. Appeasing the appetites of up to ten people, the platter includes mini hand-held pies, Thai chicken swizzle, spicy chicken Kofta, Provençal vegetables in puff pastry, risotto, chicken cheese bits, Swiss chilli cheese bites and two delicious dips.
- Christmas dinner box includes: 1x 500g sliced smoked Salmon; 6x 220g de-boned thigh filled with turkey farce, rusk, dry fruit, cream, Vegetable dice, herbs and seasoning (uncooked – vacuum packed and blast frozen) ; 1x 600g of seasonal mixed fresh vegetables ready, blanched, vacuum-packed and blast frozen; 1x 600g of small potatoes in the skin blanched in olive oil and herbs with garlic - ready for roasting; 1x 600ml of Red wine gravy ready for heating; 6x 100g individual Christmas pudding frozen and garnished ready for heating; 600ml Custard; 1 platter of handmade assorted Geneva-Swiss Butter Biscuit
- Swiss platter includes: 15x Mini Hand held pies; 15 x Thai chicken swizzle (combination of chicken farce and Thai spices in crisp Chinese pastry); 15x Spicy Chicken Kofta (in a far eastern style sauce); 15x Provencal vegetable in a puff pastry case; 10 x Risotto Bolito – a tasty mix of risotto, cheese, peppers and olives in yellow crumbs; 8x Chicken cheese bite in crumbs; 7x Swiss chilly-cheese bites in golden pastry; 2 dips
Now that you’re salivating all over your keyboard – they have bibs for that – work that Christmas spirit of yours and give yourself and your guest the gift of eternal yumminess with today’s Christmas platters.Foodie Fact: Unbeknownst to most mortals, the term “on thin ice” goes all the way back to Santa’s Grotto. The story states the Santa Claus used to discipline his reindeer by telling them they were standing on thin ice in an effort to keep them lined up in an orderly fashion.