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What Constitutes Your Perfect Roast Dinner

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10 minutes ago, Stouffer said:

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

 

I bet you go to the Toby Carvery. 

Narrow-minded nonsense.  I'll never complain at the following on my plate: yorkshire puds, stuffing, parsnips.

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27 minutes ago, Shooter in the Motor said:

You say it like it's a bad thing? 

All you can eat shit veg, mmmmmmmm. 

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27 minutes ago, Shooter in the Motor said:

You say it like it's a bad thing? 

All you can eat shit veg, mmmmmmmm. 

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27 minutes ago, Shooter in the Motor said:

You say it like it's a bad thing? 

All you can eat shit veg, mmmmmmmm. 

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14 minutes ago, TheHowieLama said:

Erm, it is stuffing. It needs something to be stuffed into. Only a twice bad meff would cook stuffing on its own, then serve it with a roast beef.

First off, we don't do that, no.  If there's beef on show then stuffing isn't usually done, but - if it is - I'm having some with beef, chicken, whatever.

 

Also, the stuffing flavours the chicken more than vice-versa for me.  With proper gravy I don't care if it's been stuffed or cooked on the side.  Prime example is Christmas, that turkey's full of sausage meat so the stuffing's usually done separate.

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There's some sick stuff on this forum, but the first couple of pages are truly stomach-churning. Cauliflower cheese with a roast, skin on roast potatoes. I'm surprised the servers weren't confiscated and Usher imprisoned for providing an avenue for such filth. My son came in the room as I was staring wide-eyed and shocked- I had to quickly switch to Prolapse Party to avoid him seeing the much.

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28 minutes ago, TheHowieLama said:

Erm, it is stuffing. It needs something to be stuffed into. Only a twice bad meff would cook stuffing on its own, then serve it with a roast beef.

I like stuffing on the side of a plate rather than inside the meat but i don't think I've ever had with anything other than chicken and turkey. 

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1 hour ago, TheHowieLama said:

Erm, it is stuffing. It needs something to be stuffed into. Only a twice bad meff would cook stuffing on its own, then serve it with a roast beef.

Are you saying you can't stuff it into a cow's arse?

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18 minutes ago, Elite said:

I'll quite happily eat a plate full of Yorkshire puddings covered in gravy. Nothing else required.

Roast potatoes > Yorkshire puddings > veg (cauliflower, swede, parsnips) > meat

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22 minutes ago, Elite said:

I'll quite happily eat a plate full of Yorkshire puddings covered in gravy. Nothing else required.

Google the James Martin recipe for Yorkshire puds. They are awesome.  They also freeze really well. My daughter is eating one now that I made last week.  

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15 hours ago, Elite said:

I'll quite happily eat a plate full of Yorkshire puddings covered in gravy. Nothing else required.

But after your starter, what you having for mains?

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23 hours ago, Shooter in the Motor said:

I like stuffing on the side of a plate rather than inside the meat but i don't think I've ever had with anything other than chicken and turkey. 

Never had stuffing with pork? Rolled shoulder stuffed it gorgeous.

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6 minutes ago, Talismanic said:

Never had stuffing with pork? Rolled shoulder stuffed it gorgeous.

David Cameron has actually physically stuffed a pork 

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