It's National Carvery Day!


#21

Yikes I’m not a farmer jordan


#22

Took my American brother in law to a (Toby) Carvery (because Im kind and generous) and he wont stop going on about it, and how it’d clean up in the USA.

Also, apparently Gammon (the meat) is not a thing over there


#23

yeah i can see this being an american favourite. you only have to visit an Arby’s to understand their intense love of piled meats


#24

ARBYS MEAT MOUNTAIN


#25

it was a rare situation though i won’t lie. a lot of roasts get something crucial like the gravy totally wrong


#26

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#27

cover it in horsey sauce


#28

Yeah, they think of gravy as an afterthought when in actual fact it’s probably the most important factor, the idiots.


#29

Toby Carvery is probably the worst ‘restaurant’ I can think of. Awful


#30

exactly this. EXACTLY this. You start with your gravy consistency as being the focus of the entire meal and build all the component parts to it


#31

I went to a Pizza Hut on Saturday…


#32

better than Carvery. Any pizza>sad,overcooked roast
Pizza hut lunchtime buffet is about £9 or something now, used to be about £5 #inflation #alldreamsdie


#33

i love this series so very much


#34

google says £6.99…sure my one said more


#35

I thought about how “it’s impossible to make pizza bad” and I think the Hut (Pizza Hut that is) is the closest anyone has come to achieving it and it also costs a fortune.


#36

i like a hut takeaway but much like dominos you just have to remember it’s not really pizza at all


#37

Dominos blows the Hut (Pizza Hut that is) out of the water


#38

#39

Hello Epimer, I hope it brings you some degree of happiness to learn that I hate crumble-based desserts.


#40

Had a dream that they turned my local library into a big Pizza Hut

Any amateur Siggy Freuds care to explain that?