GOOD OLD FASHIONED ROASTS


GOOD OLD FASHIONED ROASTS

LAURA MASON    Book Number: 85553    Product format: Hardback

The traditional Sunday roast simmering in the oven is a quintessentially British institution - the joint served with rich gravy, roast potatoes, vegetables and, of course, a crispy Yorkshire pud - bliss. Produced by the National Trust, who are renowned for the high quality of their locally sourced food served in their restaurants, this book is packed with recipes embracing all types of roast including beef, veal, lamb, mutton, pork, ham, goose, venison, chicken, guinea fowl, quail, rabbit, gammon and duck. All the recipes are clearly set out. It explains where to source the meat such as farmers markets at Stourhead or Waddeston Manor, Sissinghurst or Dunster Castle, which joints to buy and how to prepare them, and also reveals the history behind some of our favourite dishes. Try breast of lamb stuffed with capers, garlic and herbs, or rare Miroton of Beef from Alex Soyer (1849) or good old bubble and squeak. Additionally, it includes recipes for foods that can be made using left-over roast meat such as rissoles, turkey pie, Scotch broth, coronation chicken or shepherd's pie, and various recipes for accompanying sauces, vegetable dishes, salads and stuffing like Chestnut and Prune. 160pp. Colour illus, 7¾" x 10".
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ISBN 9781905400720
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