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What's your favourite Roast Dinner condiment?

Whats your favourite Roast Dinner condiment?  

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  1. 1. Whats your favourite Roast Dinner condiment?

    • Horseradish
    • Mint Sauce
    • Cranberry Sauce
    • English Mustard
    • Apple Sauce
    • Redcurrant Jelly
    • Other (Please state)
    • None


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I know you are meant to have certain condiments with certain meats but I personally have Horseradish on all roasts. 

 

I can't stand Mint Sauce. It is disgusting and why would you want to ruin a gorgeous piece of Lamb with it? I know people who smoother their roast dinner with it. Horrors. 

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5 minutes ago, Bruce Spanner said:

My brother once put ketchup on a roast.

 

My grandma hit him so hard he can still feel it twenty years later. She was right. 

Christ 

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10 minutes ago, viRdjil said:

English mustard.

 

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I love smothering a piece of Beef in that before I put it in the oven. 

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8 minutes ago, Jairzinho said:

You really are a despicable little man.

You’re half right. I’m medium sized at just under 5’10.

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It's between mint sauce and cranberry sauce. Both do wondrous things when mixed in with your gravy.

 

I'll tell you what the answer is not, and that's bread sauce. Tastes of fuck all and looks like baby sick. What in the name of hell was the creator of that thinking?

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Horseradish but must be freshly grated. You can add some sour cream if you absolutely must, forgivable with goose and duck but not really needed on beef or pork

 

If it comes in a jar, then mustard

 

edit: nothing with lamb and I don’t really consider chicken for a roast

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30 minutes ago, PestiRed said:

Horseradish but must be freshly grated. You can add some sour cream if you absolutely must, forgivable with goose and duck but not really needed on beef or pork

 

If it comes in a jar, then mustard

 

edit: nothing with lamb and I don’t really consider chicken for a roast

 

Lamb should be eaten straight from a spit, using a large, sharp knife and hands - preferably in a Croatian village near the Danube.

 

 

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