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Old 10-03-2019, 10:42 PM
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It was my birthday yesterday so things got a bit silly. Got to bed at 4.30 this morning.

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Old 11-03-2019, 04:53 AM
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It was my birthday yesterday so things got a bit silly. Got to bed at 4.30 this morning.
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Old 14-04-2019, 11:17 AM
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Pub Sunday roast before heading to Selhurst for me today.
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Old 14-04-2019, 06:46 PM
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Old 28-05-2019, 06:49 AM
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Old 01-09-2019, 03:01 PM
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Well, its been a while. Weather has turned very autumnal up in the royal borough of Worksop, so the BBQ has been washed down and readied for its hibernation (although I'm sure it will get a couple of final run outs before the end of Sept)

Been to the butchers and picked up a great looking loin of pork with what looks like will be fantastic crackling. Just whacked it in with plenty of salt on the scored skin at 220 for 20 mins and then down low and slow at 140 for around 3 1\2 hour. Some water and cider will go in the bottom during cooking.

Having with roasts, Yorkshires, sugar snaps, baby corns, asparagus and stuffing and a cider gravy. Nice bottle of Crianza to go with. Was going to stay off the beer as I've had 2 weeks holiday and been on it just about every day but the thought of going back to work tomorrow after 2 and a bit weeks off is driving me to the pub to watch the footy.

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Old 01-09-2019, 07:27 PM
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Asparagus with a roast dinner?? My mother in law is also guilty of this offence - she's also a northerner (well from Grimsby anyway).

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Asparagus with a roast dinner?? My mother in law is also guilty of this offence - she's also a northerner (well from Grimsby anyway).

The rest sounds delightful though.
The asparagus was lovely mate. The crackling didn’t crackle though. No idea why as I did I exactly the same as I always do which always turns out great. Strange

The pork itself was superb though. Sarnies tomorrow as well ..
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Perfect roasting conditions, a grey autumnal day with no football. Roast beef today, Hereford topside. With roast potatoes, parsnips, carrots and Savoy cabbage. Home made Yorkshire pudding, gravy and horseradish too.
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There’s a strange eerie void without football on such a bleak day. No decent sport at all this afternoon. I’ve cracked open an ‘off beat wild beer vs magic rock 7% stout and am about to cook a casserole rather than roast. Pork shoulder, bacon, pear, chestnut cooked in perry and chicken stock. Bit of tarragon and peas tossed in last minute. Bubble and squeak side. Bottle of gigondas.
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Porchetta for us yesterday.

3kilos of boned, free range, belly pork with the loin. Butterflyed, 'stuffed' with roasted fennel seed, roasted dry chilli, a head of garlic, rosemary, lemon zest and white wine, all wizzed into a paste. Roll and tie the joint and leave for 24hours (two days if you can) in the fridge. Then slow roast for four hours.

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Doing both today, shoulder of pork just out of the oven, after four hours at 140 degrees. While the oven was on I used it to cook some beef chuck in beer (a bottle of Marston’s pale ale that someone gave me, I wasn’t likely to drink it so decided to cook with it).
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Doing both today, shoulder of pork just out of the oven, after four hours at 140 degrees. While the oven was on I used it to cook some beef chuck in beer (a bottle of Marston’s pale ale that someone gave me, I wasn’t likely to drink it so decided to cook with it).
I’ve got pot roast brisket in Pinot noir and cite de boeuf. Usual beefy trimmings and a bloody lovely super Tuscan.
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Ahhh mate, all that good work chucked away.

If you're not prepared to drink it, how the bloody hell can you cook with it?
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Awaits ‘that’s not a bloody roast’ etc etc

Have just seared off a 3.5kg piece of rolled brisket after dusting with flour, mustard powder and pepper. Then carrots, swede and onion with some garlic, rosemary and thyme. All into the slow cooker. Red wine, stock, Worcester sauce and tomato purée on top. Timer set for the cooker to go on at 5am. Will be serving with roasts, Yorkshire’s, parsnips, tender stem broccoli, carrot and swede mash and roast celeriac and the gravy from cooking.
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Sounds bloody lovely and no snobbery here WP.

Few beers pre match down the ‘battle’. Back for the Palace along with a few more during. End of match said ‘roast’ along with a bottle of Rioja celebrating or commiserating. Read BBS...
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Got to say Brisket does make a fabulous Sunday dinner. Not a single scrap of anything left on any of the 10 plates.

Left overs just been chopped up and cooked with the left over gravy and whizzed up cooking pot veg, to make a cottage pie. Looking forward to that just as much as yesterday’s

Value wise just incredible. £18 for a 3.5kg piece. Served 10 plus 4 had seconds and then a cottage pie to serve 4
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