This is, believe it or not, our first bag in December. Ten days ago, Carl-Albert and Robert made a much acclaimed guest appearance, but last time one of us cooked was end of November. So, I went to the supermarket and bought a six-kilo turkey. Swedes celebrate Christmas on the 24th eating a whole pig. I will cook one for anyone who is hungry that day. Hazel will cook a turkey the day after in the good British tradition. I picked the turkey up because Hazel had asked me to find one, and the idea of making it the bag of food was born on the way to the tills. It seemed like a brilliant idea to replace the normal rainbow of fruit and vegetables with this huge greyish pink carcass. Then I thought about the time it would take Hazel to cook it and the fact that we would have to eat the leftovers until it was time to cook a turkey again on Christmas day, so I went back and got ray, nashi pear, dragon fruit, chicon rouge, chillies and galangal and decided to try telepathy. If I focused hard on the turkey when giving Hazel the bag, maybe I could get her to make it into a Christmas lunch.