Wednesday, May 10, 2017
It is with heavy hearts we are sad to announce after 35 years we are going to have to close our doors. Our property suffered irreparable damage on Sat. May 6th. due to extremely high winds. We are in the process of trying to negotiate with one of our long time customers to try and keep the brand and quality alive. We are trying to have someone take over where we are leaving off. We will keep you posted as this progresses. We hope this all works, as he believes in the Wight's name being carried on. We are hoping everyone will continue to have a Wight's Turkey on their table. We would like to thank everyone for their support and concern this last few days. This has been a very difficult decision for us to make as a family. Thank you for your friendship and business over the years . We will miss you all !
Tuesday, November 22, 2016
Cooking Our Fresh Turkeys
Be sure to remove the giblets which are located under the neck flap. Also remove neck from cavity before cooking. A fresh turkey may smell a little different then the commercial bird when preparing this is because they will not have a chemical smell which most people who have bought commercial birds and gotten used to. So open the bag, there will be some natural juice inside so rinse your turkey then prep and season.