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What Constitutes Your Perfect Roast Dinner

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Looks decent that - thumbs up to the meat, Yorkshire’s and gravy, but not a fan of spuds like that. I like them peeled, par boiled, rumbled and then roasted with seasoning. 

 

Also, are they weird carrots or weird sausages in that dish next to your wine?

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That looks lovely and has made me hungry. I haven't eaten meat once in November. I'm trying to go pescatarian as best as I can. I won't go fully though because bacon. 

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1 minute ago, TheHowieLama said:

Good on you -- walking is a great way to stay healthy and lower your carbon footprint.

I prefer to Perch 

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44 minutes ago, belarus said:

Looks decent that - thumbs up to the meat, Yorkshire’s and gravy, but not a fan of spuds like that. I like them peeled, par boiled, rumbled and then roasted with seasoning. 

 

Also, are they weird carrots or weird sausages in that dish next to your wine?

Canadian carrots.

 

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15 minutes ago, Nunavut Patrick said:

Canadian carrots.

 

Thanks mate.

 

Do you only use the fat end or are they just cylindrical and evenly fat all the way along? Asking for a mate.

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1 hour ago, belarus said:

Looks decent that - thumbs up to the meat, Yorkshire’s and gravy, but not a fan of spuds like that. I like them peeled, par boiled, rumbled and then roasted with seasoning. 

 

Also, are they weird carrots or weird sausages in that dish next to your wine?

Roast potatoes (lots of them them) are easily the best part of a roast dinner. I’d happily eat the lovely, golden brown, crisp on the outside, light and fluffy on the inside bastards every day of the week. 

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12 minutes ago, Tony Moanero said:

Roast potatoes (lots of them them) are easily the best part of a roast dinner. I’d happily eat the lovely, golden brown, crisp on the outside, light and fluffy on the inside bastards every day of the week. 

I’m with you mate. Yorkshire puddings too. 

 

If I was on death row I’d have a roast as my last dinner

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2 minutes ago, belarus said:

I’m with you mate. Yorkshire puddings too. 

 

If I was on death row I’d have a roast as my last dinner

aRdja would have a shit fry-up and insist on paying about 80 quid for it 

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10 minutes ago, belarus said:

I’m with you mate. Yorkshire puddings too. 

 

If I was on death row I’d have a roast as my last dinner

I’d either have a roast dinner with all the trimmings or fish, chips, mushy peas and a carton of curry on the side. Fuck it, I’d have fish and chips (loads of salt and vinegar) and mushy peas and an additional portion of chips for the curry. Afters would be homemade apple pie and custard, and a shed load of biscuits - each and every one dunked in Yorkshire Tea.

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Just now, Tony Moanero said:

Beef or lamb. I know Yorkshire Puddings aren’t supposed to be served with beef, but I don’t care!

Fuck the rules lad. I don't peel my potatoes ever. And I use Horseradish regardless of what meat it is. Mint Sauce is for paedophiles. 

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2 minutes ago, Bjornebye said:

 I don't peel my potatoes ever.

Top tip here -- boiled quick with skins on - roughed up in the colander then a little salt/oil and roast. Far better than peeled.

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4 minutes ago, Bjornebye said:

Fuck the rules lad. I don't peel my potatoes ever. And I use Horseradish regardless of what meat it is. Mint Sauce is for paedophiles. 

Horseradish is top of the pops, I, too, have it with all meats. As I said the other day, I do like mint sauce and have it with lamb. I’m not a paedophile, though, I only touch them with your cock.

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3 minutes ago, TheHowieLama said:

Top tip here -- boiled quick with skins on - roughed up in the colander then a little salt/oil and roast. Far better than peeled.

I think I started a thread about it ages ago. Separated the men from the boys. 

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Just now, Tony Moanero said:

Horseradish is top of the pops, I, too, have it with all meats. As I said the other day, I do like mint sauce and have it with lamb. I’m not a paedophile, though, I only touch them with your cock.

Mint Sauce nonce 

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1 minute ago, Bjornebye said:

I think I started a thread about it ages ago. Separated the men from the boys. 

With or without?

 

Definitely without. Tradition should not be fucked with.

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3 minutes ago, Tony Moanero said:

With or without?

 

Definitely without. Tradition should not be fucked with.

With. 

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3 hours ago, belarus said:

Thanks mate.

 

Do you only use the fat end or are they just cylindrical and evenly fat all the way along? Asking for a mate.

If you spring for the ones with the tops still on they are non-cylindrical.

 

The 5lb bag for $1.99 are all cylindrical for the most part but don’t have the same flavour as the ones with the tops still on. 

 

Generally our root vegetables are bland. Parsnips  and carrots especially; the difference between an English parsnip and one here flavour wise is equivalent to a Guinness in Dublin and one in America.

 

We do have great potatoes (McCains are a Canadian company).

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