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What Constitutes Your Perfect Roast Dinner

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What can I say?! I’m a maverick.

 

You guys are so blinkered by your conformity that you’re missing out on a truly wonderful culinary combination.

 

Meat - delicious.

Potatoes - delicious.

Yorkshire puddings - delicious

Gravy - delicious

Baked beans - delicious

Bread + butter - delicious

 

What’s not to like?!

 

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Pork roasting juices. It makes probably the best gravy, in my opinion. Occasionally I'll melt in a spoon of apple sauce (that one from tesco that has apple cider in it). It's pretty fucking great.

Interesting. Are the juices not too salty (and oily) what with the crackling making?

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Interesting. Are the juices not too salty (and oily) what with the crackling making?

No mate, it's really nice. I don't actually rub a load of salt on the skin, I just make sure it's dry and that it goes into a fucking hot ass oven. Sometimes I even take it off. If I'm being lazy, I just don't give a fuck at all and throw it in and it generally comes out perfect. It's really nice, honestly. Even if you are making it with veg water straight into the roasting tin, and then mixing in some granules or that bits best stuff. It's nice either way really.

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7 minutes ago, Stouffer said:

People who have stuffing with roast beef can fuck.

 

Right.

 

Off.

You got a problem with a bit of extra flavour on your plate?

 

As long as you're not one of those oddballs that have a problem with Yorkshires with non-beef roasts, we'll be okay.

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I've got a massive problem with stuffing and roast beef. Extra flavour my arse, cheese stings are extra "flavour" but I'm not putting then on a roast. 

 

I bet you go down the Aunt Bessies route. 

 

You need to have a serious word with yourself. 

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1 minute ago, Stouffer said:

I've got a massive problem with stuffing and roast beef. Extra flavour my arse, cheese stings are extra "flavour" but I'm not putting then on a roast. 

 

I bet you go down the Aunt Bessies route. 

 

You need to have a serious word with yourself. 

Totally uncalled for.

 

The right herbs compliment any roast meat, let alone the veg and gravy.

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28 minutes ago, Pidge said:

Totally uncalled for.

 

The right herbs compliment any roast meat, let alone the veg and gravy.

Herbs do but stuffing doesn't compliment roast beef, it's for poultry. 

 

I bet you go to the Toby Carvery. 

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