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View Forest Hillbilly's Profile Forest Hillbilly Flag in a hidey-hole 24 Apr 22 4.11pm Send a Private Message to Forest Hillbilly Add Forest Hillbilly as a friend

OK, a few action shots from a lovely dinner. Though the pork was roasted, the potatoes weren't. They were mashed, so not one for the purists.

So, pork out the oven, sliced and resting,...

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homemade hedgerow jelly as an accompaniment. (made from last summers blackberries, sloes, etc) (and Ron Noades mum,.....HOOOOAAARES)

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served up and ready to garnish.
Pork, cabbage, mashed potato and some cauliflower cheese,..

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generous gravy and jelly additions to the plate.

Went down very nicely,...and now to the GP

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View eagleman13's Profile eagleman13 Flag On The Road To Hell & Alicante 24 Apr 22 4.27pm Send a Private Message to eagleman13 Holmesdale Online Elite Member Add eagleman13 as a friend

Originally posted by Forest Hillbilly

News,...hot off the press.

Bathroom cabinet put up by midday. Pork joint, 1.2kg, subsequently put in Ninja oven, at 180 degrees for 1 hour.
No crackling. Side orders of mashed potatoes and steamed broccoli, gravy and apple sauce.
Should all be ready to eat for 3pm

There won't be much leftovers, except something for the dogs and my sandwiches tomorrow.

then after lunch a watch of the F1 GP highlight,...then sleep.

Edited by Forest Hillbilly (24 Apr 2022 2.16pm)

Edited by Forest Hillbilly (24 Apr 2022 2.26pm)

This post should be deleted as its NOT a 'sunday roast.

Ninja oven? Really? No way a 'PROPER' sunday roast, just a yuppies toy for those who dont know how to cook.

Ninja thingys are over-priced tools for people who dont know how to cook OR cant be bothered . . . PFFT. Properly roast lamb with proper northern gravy(recipe handed down & taught by my Geordie g/ma & aunts), Roasties, veg n homemade yorkies

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Originally posted by Forest Hillbilly

then after lunch a watch of the F1 GP highlight,...then sleep.

Edited by Forest Hillbilly (24 Apr 2022 2.16pm)

Edited by Forest Hillbilly (24 Apr 2022 2.26pm)

I'll tell you the result of you like, then you can snooze a bit longer!

 


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Originally posted by Palace Old Geezer

I'll tell you the result of you like, then you can snooze a bit longer!

Oh, go on . . .

 


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Oh, go on . . .

No, better not, don't want to spoil FHs evening. Although it'll be no surprise that Lewis Hamilton didn't win.

 


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Originally posted by Palace Old Geezer

No, better not, don't want to spoil FHs evening. Although it'll be no surprise that Lewis Hamilton didn't win.

WHAAAT? He didnt? Who did? not that foreign bloke? Damm.

 


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Originally posted by eagleman13

WHAAAT? He didnt? Who did? not that foreign bloke? Damm.

On the subject of FH and his (not) roast pork, he says he had gravy with it. Well, my wife and I have just finished a roast chicken meal with the gravy accompaniment. Delicious!

But, is gravy a generational thing because my daughter and her husband never make it, preferring the meal 'dry'? Is it us or are they odd?

 


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Mrs YT and I have rarely cooked a Sunday roast in almost 30 years of marriage, including raising two daughters. However, we did so today, cooking the turkey crown that we bought at the tail end of last year as a contingency in case our Christmas plans might be scuppered by the Covid malarkey.

Very nice it was too, with roasted potatoes, roasted vegetables (carrots, parsnips, onions, beetroot), Yorkshire puddings and a lovely gravy. OK, so I accept that the Yorkshire's are somewhat declassé.

 


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Originally posted by Palace Old Geezer

On the subject of FH and his (not) roast pork, he says he had gravy with it. Well, my wife and I have just finished a roast chicken meal with the gravy accompaniment. Delicious!

But, is gravy a generational thing because my daughter and her husband never make it, preferring the meal 'dry'? Is it us or are they odd?

Good call POG

Tho now FH is in another country gravy might just be a watery thing what TV chefs call Jue. Your daughter is not alone I fear, loads of peeps I talk to, have their Sunday roast dry(bleugh).

Yeah, imho, proper gravy IS a generational thing . . . *sigh*

 


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