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    who else makes a proper Sunday lunch and what you having? :)

    were having roast chicken with roast potatoes, carrots, parsnips and yprkshire puddings :) yummy

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    im off to mums for dinner were having roast beef, roast potatos,carrots cauli,cabbage and yorkshire puds
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    We're having pork strips roasted until crispy, roast potatoes, roast parsnips, carrots & turnip and yorkshire puds

    Then double chocolate cheesecae with cream - yuuuummmmmmyyyyyyy

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    Quote Originally Posted by daveann, post: 169091
    who else makes a proper Sunday lunch and what you having? :)

    were having roast chicken with roast potatoes, carrots, parsnips and yprkshire puddings :) yummy
    Almost ditto but add roasted garlic and asperagus and take away carrots and parsnips








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    Cheese on toast.

    We have a traditional Sunday lunch ocassionally and always when we have visitors. If we have beef we have organic but these days we're more likely to roast a piece of gammon.

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    you know, i would love to go back to Sunday being the family day it was when we were young. Visitors only came when pre-arranged.

    I get a really fed up when I'm trying to get a nice roast or any other sort of dinner ready, and people just turn up on the doorstep.

    Now don't get me wrong, i'm not being anti-social or anything, but i would just like to know when I'm likely to get visitors on a Sunday without being worried the whole day that someone may just knock on the door when i least expect them!

    bah-humbug!

    today we will most likely have sossidges in gravy, roasties and veg. I need to empty the freezer in time for all that Christmas food!




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    Roast beef for us. Mustn't forget the Horseradish!





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    i had hot cross bunnies for lunch will be having pork and apple sossidges from the new farm shop that opened in the week.















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    We are having our first Sunday Roast (roast chicken and the usual) in about 3 months today! I don't even care that I am eating out tonight I am still having some






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    oh i forgot apple and blackberry crumble for dave :)

    we have at least one roast a week quite often 2. i love the sunday tradition my ex was always hung over on a sunday to eat one :(

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