R doesn’t really like roast so often he has Mac cheese with Yorkshire’s and bit of veg. Which means I get roast plus Mac cheese.
Don’t often go out for roast. Always at least one element where you think “that’s better at home”.
Correct answer Funky
That’s tomorrow’s tea sorted
Not for me.
Talking to a colleague earlier today, genuinely couldn’t care less if I ever had a ‘roast’ / Sunday dinner again.
So many better options it’s all just a bit meh…
No offence Funk Man.
Did this a few years ago.
Genuinely one of the best dinners I’ve ever made. Brilliant way to do an otherwise boring roast chicken.
B didn’t like it. Never done it since.
None taken, not everyone can like everything, it’s all good. Although I find it odd that my brother in law doesn’t like steak and chips or roast dinners, or smiling.
Some people are complicated…
I was gonna say a roast poll without cauli cheese is null and void
I forgot it and I’m very annoyed.
Dunno, I find lamb (and pork to an extent) is no good for that sort of thing.
At least with leftover roast pork, you can chop it up, fry it with a load of salt, pepper, chilli and noodles and etc to make a decent lunch for work.
We all make mistakes Funky my man, don’t sweat it.
- Double portion please
To be honest I’m not familiar with the concept.
If you go for a carvery, do you ask for
- One meat only
- All the meats
I normally love going to the pub but not so much for roasts. They never get roast potatoes quite right and they are obviously the most important bit of a roast.
As tempted as I am to eat until I burst when presented with a joint of meat, I can usually excercise a certain level of restraint.
If you ask for all the meats, do you
- regret it
- je ne regrette rien
One of the best bits of sundays at the moment is making garlic and chilli roast chicken, then after we’ve eaten we go and pick at all the meat and skin and oily spicy gloop until it’s all gone.