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A Good Old Roast....

Post  oOEliteTwiikzOo on Tue Nov 18, 2008 3:45 am

Well... What would u say about ur familys roast dinner? haha well.. my mums is Ace... with the crispy potatoes and my mum uses the nice juice that comes off the chicken and drips it on the Potatoes =] she leaves the skin of the chicken nice... and crispy but not burnt crispy.... the Vegs are perfect and the Yorkshire puddings are lovely smuvered with gravy Laughing now talking bout that is making me hungry Shocked
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Post  limbo on Sat Dec 06, 2008 6:06 pm

My dad uses the juice off the the meat and mixes it with the gravy its gorgeous especially when the taste mixes with ur veg and everythin, i feel hungry now aswell Razz

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Post  Great Auron on Wed Dec 10, 2008 6:16 pm

I'm not usually one for roasting, but I roasted a couple of geese the other day. Nothing special, but when you use goose fat for roasting potatoes it's Heaven, especially when the potatoes are really soft in the middle.
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Post  VeNGeD on Thu Dec 11, 2008 5:40 am

Great Auron wrote:I'm not usually one for roasting, but I roasted a couple of geese the other day. Nothing special, but when you use goose fat for roasting potatoes it's Heaven, especially when the potatoes are really soft in the middle.
Lol, Gaz was telling me about the Geese...

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Post  Great Auron on Thu Dec 11, 2008 5:28 pm

VeNGeD wrote:
Great Auron wrote:I'm not usually one for roasting, but I roasted a couple of geese the other day. Nothing special, but when you use goose fat for roasting potatoes it's Heaven, especially when the potatoes are really soft in the middle.
Lol, Gaz was telling me about the Geese...

I plucked them too. Quite an experience. Did he mention that I ripped a part of the skin off it's neck? As soon as he seen it, I swear to God he screamed and ran into the house.
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Post  VeNGeD on Fri Dec 12, 2008 7:01 am

Great Auron wrote:
VeNGeD wrote:
Great Auron wrote:I'm not usually one for roasting, but I roasted a couple of geese the other day. Nothing special, but when you use goose fat for roasting potatoes it's Heaven, especially when the potatoes are really soft in the middle.
Lol, Gaz was telling me about the Geese...

I plucked them too. Quite an experience. Did he mention that I ripped a part of the skin off it's neck? As soon as he seen it, I swear to God he screamed and ran into the house.
Yeah he did tell me about that lol.

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Post  limbo on Sun Dec 14, 2008 5:16 am

VeNGeD wrote:
Great Auron wrote:
VeNGeD wrote:
Great Auron wrote:I'm not usually one for roasting, but I roasted a couple of geese the other day. Nothing special, but when you use goose fat for roasting potatoes it's Heaven, especially when the potatoes are really soft in the middle.
Lol, Gaz was telling me about the Geese...

I plucked them too. Quite an experience. Did he mention that I ripped a part of the skin off it's neck? As soon as he seen it, I swear to God he screamed and ran into the house.
Yeah he did tell me about that lol.

Goose!? never knew you could even eat it, what does it taste like? similar to anything at all?

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Post  afroant on Sun Dec 14, 2008 7:50 am

Course you can eat goose, its no different to any other bird like chicken or duck. what i wana try is what the royal family used to have for xmas dinner like a hundred years ago, it was a quail stuffed inside a chicken stuffed inside a swan!! i would try it but seeing as the queen owns all the swans i might get arrested lol!
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Re: A Good Old Roast....

Post  Great Auron on Wed Dec 17, 2008 7:16 pm

Goose is far tastier than chicken or turkey, personally, but a good old roast duck stays at the top of my list. Very Happy

PS. Forgot to mention. Goose liver is one of the tastiest things you will ever eat. I reccomend trying it.
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