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    bernards matthews joint or chicken
    pigs in blankets
    yams
    roast potatos
    parsnips - honey glazed ideally
    yorkshire puddings with gravy in the middle
    stuffing
    carrots, cauliflowers, broccli, sprouts
    gravy
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    Ummmm.... stuffing, any roast meat, yorkshires, gravy, mash potato and lots of veg
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    (Original post by claireestelle)
    better it be plain than it be covered in disgusting cheese.
    No no, thats the only way to have it
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    Best is:
    Turkey, roast beef, stuffing, Yorkshire's, Pigs in blanket, crispy roast potatoes, broccoli, carrots, parsnips, red/savoye cabbage, sprouts, gravy w/ bread sauce and Cranberry sauce.

    I will fight anyone that thinks mash is better than roast.
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    Why are so many reckoning roast turkey is the best roast meat? It's usually overcooked and rather tasteless.

    Roast goose is much better for a Christmas roast, and good old roast chicken (stuffed simply with halfed lemons, and coated in a bit of butter) should be an every Sunday delight.

    Roast pork can be a bit meh, and getting good crackling seems very tricky

    Roast lamb is usually excellent.

    Oh, and don't get me started on whole baked fish: trout... seabass... snapper... yum.

    (But rib of beef is still the best )
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    (Original post by GovernmentEarner)
    Best is:
    Turkey, roast beef, stuffing, Yorkshire's, Pigs in blanket, crispy roast potatoes, broccoli, carrots, parsnips, red/savoye cabbage, sprouts, gravy w/ bread sauce and Cranberry sauce.

    I will fight anyone that thinks mash is better than roast.
    How about roast spuds AND mash (especially mash with a dollop of wholegrain mustard and olive oil).
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    SPROUTS!!!!:shakecane:

    Nobody on the first page mentions sprouts. After the meat this is the most important thing.:yep:
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    (Original post by claireestelle)
    better it be plain than it be covered in disgusting cheese.
    CheeseIsVeg I'm saying nothing.:flute:

    Don't kill me Claire.:hide:
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    (Original post by 04MR17)
    SPROUTS!!!!:shakecane:

    Nobody on the first page mentions sprouts. After the meat this is the most important thing.:yep:
    Fried with chorizo they're bearable but overall they're mediocre at best
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    (Original post by Stiff Little Fingers)
    Fried with chorizo they're bearable but overall they're mediocre at best
    :unimpressed:
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    (Original post by 04MR17)
    :unimpressed:
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    (Original post by Stiff Little Fingers)
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    (Original post by Doonesbury)
    How about roast spuds AND mash (especially mash with a dollop of wholegrain mustard and olive oil).
    As long as the roasts remain anything else added is a blessing 👍
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    Lamb shank
    Roast carrots and parsnips
    Roast potatoes (must be cooked in goose fat)
    cabbage, kale and chard mixed with green beans
    Big fluffy yorkshire with crunchy rim
    GravyMint sauce
    bottle of pinot noir
    boardgames

    victory dance for winning sunday
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    (Original post by Paulwyn)
    Lamb shank
    :yy:I approve.:yep:
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    (Original post by Paulwyn)
    Lamb shank
    Roast carrots and parsnips
    Roast potatoes (must be cooked in goose fat)cabbage, kale and chard mixed with green beansBig fluffy yorkshire with crunchy rimGravyMint saucebottle of pinot noirboardgamesvictory dance for winning sunday
    TSR, why have you turned my list formatting into an unreadble word blob?
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    Chicken or beef, crispy roast potatoes, yorkshire puddings, carrots, peas, pigs in blankets and gravy. And the gravy has to in the yorkies too. Oooh yeah and stuffing!

    Never understood the obsession with mash.
 
 
 
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