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An Ankoù

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Haven't got round to food yet, but had a lovely present from our Quebecois friends who've spent the latest lockdown with us and are helping us celebrate Xmas.
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The one on the far right is some kind of French eisbier as far as I can tell, running out at 19% abv.
Looks like a post-turkey beer festival later on.
 

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Roast sirloin for me.
 
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The Yorkshire Pudding is full of pigs in blankets.
 

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Gravy..??
Exactly. I've said it before but if my dinner doesn't look like it's been hit by a brown tsunami and you have to go looking for the sprouts with sonar in a rescue boat then sod that - that's not a sunday or christmas dinner.

We got invited round to someone's once for christmas dinner and they had a three bird roast and a turkey crown. Eff that. Turkey Crown = throw away the good bits and leave the awful breast meat. Got a real turkey as soon as I could so we could have a christmas dinner that counted.

Oh, and they also used packet gravy even though I said I'd make real gravy. Dirty, dirty b*stards.
 

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Gravy went on after the pic was taken, can't have a roast dinner without, but once I put gravy on you struggle to see what on the plate, as I smother it.
 

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Hi Foxbat i was a baker for neigh on 30 years, if they were made at home they need to open a bakery they are quality
Yep make a killing, sour dough bread, and get some Remain Humble Pie on your repertoire, that's going to be in great demand in 2021.
 

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Never had roast sirloin before but got one for new year's day. Are they much tastier than the usual topside/silverside joints?

Cheers. Tom
Night and day tastier and more tender, topside/silverside I don't class as roasting joints, I only roast sirloin or rib of beef, don't over cook it use a themometer to get how you like mine came out of the oven at 60c and rested for 30 min.

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