From the show-offs to the traditionalists, people across Britain are united on Sundays by a hot stove and a laden dinner table.
As National Roast Dinner Week draws to a close, celebrate by picking your roast dinner style, and let’s get cooking.
The experimental one
Colouring inside the lines just isn’t you. You’re excited by new flavours, clever combinations and unusual methods. You’ll love this Roast Lamb in Saffron Infused Yoghurt – a blend of spices make a fantastic crust while the lamb cooks to juicy perfection beneath.
One of the most popular brands in our Irish Shop and loved by our buyer, Brian, Clonakilty make delicious, traditional black and white puddings, sausages and bacon. Brenda from Clonakilty told us more…
What’s the story behind the Clonakilty brand?
Clonakilty Black Pudding was first made in Edward Twomey’s butcher shop in Clonakilty, West Cork, Ireland in the 1880s. Today it is still made using the same secret spice blend which has been handed down through generations. All Clonakilty products are made using traditional methods, with recipes created from the knowledge and craft gathered over a century of Black Pudding making.
Tuning into tonight’s Great British Bake Off? This week they’ll be whipping up their ‘signature trifle’ – and if yours is more Rachel Green than Mary Berry (hello Friends fans!) you might want to check out my recipe suggestions.
The trifle is essentially just layers of yumminess, so how hard can it be? These three look easy (and tasty) enough, so I say reclaim this retro pud and make trifle your signature dish.