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Q: Where can I buy a Thanksgiving turkey in Shanghai?

I'm doing the unimaginable: cooking my own TG dinner this year! Anyone know where I can pick up a turkey and roughly how much they cost?

7 years 49 weeks ago in  Food  - Shanghai

 
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I saw Walmart selling turkeys... I don't know what the prices were though... I'd recommend checking out the bigger supermarkets: Walmart, Carrefour, Park n Shop, etc.

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Wow! Good luck with that, as an aside do you have an oven, is it big enough? 

 

I don't think I've seen an oven (excluding microwave / combination ovens) in Nanning let alone a big one.

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I saw turkey in Carefour, JinQiao branch. Prices are sexy, 300-600rmb.

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Walmart should have one of the cheapest prices in town. You could probably get a turkey for less than 100 kuai!

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Metro also carries them but they are seasonal and very pricey.

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