Sunday, February 22, 2009

Sunday lunch in the Cotswolds

In comaprison to last Sunday's whole roast lamb, this Sunday was a much smaller intimate affair - a rib of beef from Home Farm for 5. I cooked and served it just 2 or 3 miles away from the farm at Upper Court - you don't get much more local than that. As always yorkshire puddings were cooked in the house once I got there, and I found the gas grill extremely useful for crisping up both the rosemary roast potatoes and the parsnip nut roast.
After 15 minutes of resting after the beef was cooked, the juices which had run off were poured into the accompanying gravy - that's where the flavour is.

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Previous Sunday lunch posts
Using a probe to tell when you're roast is cooked
1001 Kitchen tips # 41 - Top tips for yorkshire puddings
1001 Kitchen tips # 6 - Rosemary roast potatoes


Sunday lunch menu

Sunday lunch delivered with simple instructions or cooked and served in your home by chef and waiting staff in Tewkesbury, Cheltenham, Gloucester, Cirencester, Evesham, Gloucestershire, Worcestsershire and accross the Cotswolds.




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1 comment:

Jan said...

Rosemary roast potatoes sound good!