Trevilley Farm


Multi Bird Roll

Preparation Instructions: 

Store your roll in the fridge, preferably at around 1-2˚C.

A couple of hours prior to cooking, take your roll out of the packaging and allow it to rest at room temperature.

Your Trevilley Farm multi bird roast is a solid lump of meat and so needs cooking slightly differently from a bird.

We recommend that you place the seasoned joint (split facing down) on a trivet over a little water and cover with foil for all but the last hour of cooking.
This should keep the meat moist (this is vital!).

Allow 20 mins per pound in a fairly hot preheated oven (typically 180˚C).

Baste the joint several times during the last hour when you remove the foil to brown the skin.

You may choose to lay bacon strips over the joint before cooking.

Test with a skewer to ensure that the juices run clear and the meat is cooked in the centre of your roll.

Roast Goose



Your fresh, free range, Trevilley Farm goose has been roaming our fields at will, its diet supplemented with our home grown grain. To give the best possible finish, the goose was carefully hand plucked.

Preparation Instructions: 

Remove the fat and giblets right away. The fat should be placed in a roasting dish and melted in a slow oven. Once liquid, pour into a container or bowl for storage.
Goose fat makes wonderfully crisp roast potatoes, it freezes well, and can even be used instead of lard for making shortcrust pastry or for frying.
Goose fat is very unsaturate, and remains liquid at room temperature.

*. The giblets can be boiled with the usual vegetables and herbs to make stock for your gravy. This is best done as soon as possible after you collect the bird.
Once made, the stock can be frozen for future use if you wish.

*. If you need to keep the goose for a few days before cooking, it is a good idea to sprinkle the inside with a little salt.
NEVER make the inside of the bird wet until you are ready to cook it.

*. When ready to cook the bird, place it on a rack in a large, open roasting dish.

*. Prick the skin with a fork - lightly over the breast, but working deeper on fatty areas behind the wings and around where the legs join the body.

*. Stuff the cavity, if you wish. A fruity stuffing or sage onion are both good with goose.

*. Rub the surface of the bird with half a lemon. This will help the fat to run.

*. Season well.

*. Roast uncovered in the centre of a hot oven (400F / gas mark 6) for 30 mins.

*. Reduce the heat to 375F / gas mark 5 for the remaing time - 20 minutes per lb plus 20 minutes extra.
(i.e. if cooking a 10lb bird your cooking time will be 30mins at 400F plus 3 hours 40 minutes at 375F).

*. Pour off the excess fat at least once during cooking.
If necessary, cover the bird with greased paper to prevent over browning. Avoid using foil when cooking a goose as this will impair the crisping of the skin. Roast uncovered for the last 30 minutes to produce a lovely crisp skin.

*. Allow to stand before carving and serve with a fruit sauce.

If you would like a great cranberry and orange stuffing to go with this click here

Recipe Ingredients: 

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We have a field that we let for marquee events such as weddings. The view is gorgeous and we can even cater for the event! A day to remember for sure!