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Q: Where can you order a Turkey for Thanksgiving in Beijing?

How does one order a Turkey in Beijing and how expensive are they. I should probably get on this early as I bet they sell out quickly. Can you order them through foreign food supermarkets? Or are there cheaper places?

5 years 41 weeks ago in  Food  - Beijing

 
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Just in case you do not find one in Beijing, you can try emailing at "nnpantry@163.com" or calling them at 0771-2814209 or 13978834295.  I have no idea if they will ship the turkey to Beijing or not, and they have from 5 kilos to 12 kilos, imported from USA.  As far as me, at 49.5 yuan per kilo of weight, I will most probably eat a big fat local chicken instead.

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Or also try Taobao at

http://item.taobao.com/item.htm?spm=a230r.1.14.29.bhxdEb&id=21032367444

They charge 23 yuan per yin (0.5 kilo) plus shipping.

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Since Happy has given the social educate answer and has answered your question  thumbs up by the way Happy on both posts  My I also add that Matty does Clown parties and can also be utilized as a Pinata or a Chinese substitute for a Turkeyindecision  although since he was outed maybe his Goose was Cooked

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Check out Sanyuanli market near Sanyuanqiao on line 10, they're one of the best expat oriented food markets and I'm sure you can order turkeys there.

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order it to do what ?   I friggin' order u to behead (dehead?) yourself and jump in my oven for 2 hours !!  fkn turkey !

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