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    (Original post by claireestelle)
    That's the strangest food I ve ever heard of, what's wrong with basic sage and onion
    Haggis tastes better.

    I've made stranger foods. Yorkshire pudding as a deep dish pizza base comes to mind
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    (Original post by Stiff Little Fingers)
    Haggis tastes better.

    I've made stranger foods. Yorkshire pudding as a deep dish pizza base comes to mind
    Yorkshire's are very versatile though
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    (Original post by claireestelle)
    Yorkshire's are very versatile though
    Tell that to chelseadagg3r
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    (Original post by claireestelle)
    I ve only ever had them at Christmas
    Same sadly but surely they can be included in my perfect roast
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    curry and roti
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    Turkey/Chicken/Lamb i dont mind with loads of roast potatoes!!!!
    Yorkshire Puddings, pigs in blankets..
    Has have that sage and onion stuffing, lovveee it.

    and all of that doused in gravy- when it comes to roasts, i dont want veg with it :rofl:

    this makes me so hungry :drool:
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    We usually order a hog roast and then by the rest of the food from Iceland
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    Lemon roasted chicken with garlic and herbs or a slow roasted lamb cooked in red wine
    goose fat roasted potatoes or dauphinoise potatoes
    yorkshire pudding
    honey glazed parsnips and carrots
    broccoli
    peas
    roasted onions
    lots of gravy
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    4 bird roast
    Goose fat roast taters
    Yorkshires
    Peas
    Carrots
    Sage & onion stuffing
    Minted gravy
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    (Original post by amaraub)
    curry and roti
    Big up
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    (Original post by CleverSquirrel)
    Turkey/Chicken/Lamb i dont mind with loads of roast potatoes!!!!
    Yorkshire Puddings, pigs in blankets..
    Has have that sage and onion stuffing, lovveee it.

    and all of that doused in gravy- when it comes to roasts, i dont want veg with it :rofl:

    this makes me so hungry :drool:
    How can you not have any veg at all?

    (Original post by Xenice)
    We usually order a hog roast and then by the rest of the food from Iceland
    I've never tried a hog roast before, what's the texture like?
    (Original post by lilGem)
    Lemon roasted chicken with garlic and herbs or a slow roasted lamb cooked in red wine
    goose fat roasted potatoes or dauphinoise potatoes
    yorkshire pudding
    honey glazed parsnips and carrots
    broccoli
    peas
    roasted onions
    lots of gravy
    I m surprised lemon with gravy works so well
    (Original post by It's****ingWOODY)
    4 bird roast
    Goose fat roast taters
    Yorkshires
    Peas
    Carrots
    Sage & onion stuffing
    Minted gravy
    Is that chicken, turkey and duck all in one roast then?
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    (Original post by claireestelle)
    How can you not have any veg at all?


    I've never tried a hog roast before, what's the texture like?

    I m surprised lemon with gravy works so well

    Is that chicken, turkey and duck all in one roast then?
    maybe carrots but thats as far as i'll go :rofl:
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    (Original post by CleverSquirrel)
    maybe carrots but thats as far as i'll go :rofl:
    Carrots are the only vegetable you like?
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    (Original post by claireestelle)
    Carrots are the only vegetable you like?
    nah i love veg but when it comes to roasts, i want like a carb overload :rofl:
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    Roast rib of beef (very rare) - rested for at least 10 mins and chunked into bits, not thinly sliced.
    Yorkshire pud (very large)
    Goose-fat roasted spuds (parboiled and dried before roasting)
    Roasted veg including carrots and parsnips.
    Steamed broad beans (double podded) or maybe, on a really good day, fresh garden peas.
    Deglaze the roasting dish to make the gravy.

    Simple

    Absofeckinlicious.

    (Once a month is ideal )
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    (Original post by CleverSquirrel)
    nah i love veg but when it comes to roasts, i want like a carb overload :rofl:
    I guess even when I want a lot of carbs I need something to go with them.
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    (Original post by claireestelle)
    I guess even when I want a lot of carbs I need something to go with them.
    having veg with it is probs a good idea, it makes sense as to why i feel sick half way through :rofl:
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    (Original post by Doonesbury)
    Roast rib of beef (very rare) - rested for at least 10 mins and chunked into bits, not thinly sliced.
    Yorkshire pud (very large)
    Goose-fat roasted spuds (parboiled and dried before roasting)
    Roasted veg including carrots and parsnips.
    Steamed broad beans (double podded) or maybe, on a really good day, fresh garden peas.
    Deglaze the roasting dish to make the gravy.

    Simple

    Absofeckinlicious.

    (Once a month is ideal )
    I'm way too lazy to make roast potatoes myself these days. I agree the larger Yorkshire puddings are the best
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    (Original post by CleverSquirrel)
    having veg with it is probs a good idea, it makes sense as to why i feel sick half way through :rofl:
    yes that is probably why you feel a bit off :P
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    clairestelle Yeah, it's chicken, turkey, duck and goose :top:
 
 
 

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