Thursday, 1 January 2015

Judge Cookware V Roasting Rack and Roasting Pan- Review and Giveaway.

Happy New Year! I'm pleased to share that my first post of 2015 features a fabulous review and giveaway featuring Judge Cookware . Judge Cookware, established in 1896, is one of the premier brands for kitchen products in the United Kingdom and sell a wide range of kitchen products varying from Tableware to Cookware.  I had the fantastic opportunity to review a couple of products from their range of products which make a roast dinner easier, I promptly chose the V Roasting Rack and Non-Stick Roasting Pan.
When I received these products, I was immediately impressed with the superior quality of the V Roasting Rack; it was incredibly sturdy and made from heavy carbon steel and has a non-stick coating. I enjoyed using the V Roasting Rack to roast meats as this product gave even distribution to the meats, this enabled the meat to be thoroughly cooked, alongside crispy without having to turn it over midways per usual. I also felt this product was a good way of cooking potatoes and vegetables, as you will see in the photographs, I added the potatoes and vegetables whilst the meat was cooking on top, this resulted in the potatoes and vegetables to be cooked in the meats juice. Whilst the meats that I cooked in this tin had cooked, I removed the V Roasting Rack and left the potatoes to crisp up further in the oven. Another positive of this product is as it can cook meat and vegetables at the same time which in turn saves on washing up.
The small Non-Stick Roasting Pan is also effective, although it looked small, as they say looks are deceiving. This pan was deep so it sufficiently held my cauliflower cheese and roasted maple syrup vegetables during the festive season.


V Roasting Rack


Non-stick roasting pan.


What better way to show you how I have put these items to the test, is to share my cooking over the Christmas period: Roast turkey, roast duck and carrots & parsnips.


Here are some useful features which makes these items a "must have" in your kitchen.
  • All Judge pans have a 25 year guarantee.
  • Suitable for use in ovens at temperatures up tp 240C (Gas Mark 9, 460F).
  • Dishwasher safe.
  • Heavy Carbon Steel
  • Products easily distribute heat for meats and vegetables. 
  • Dimensions v rack: 35cm - non stick, small roaster - 27 x 23 x 4.5 cm.

The lovely people at Judge Cookware are offering one lucky reader a V Roasting Rack and a small  Non-Stick Roasting Tin, the recommend retail price for these products are £72 and £16.  To be in with a chance of winning these wonderful products, read the instructions below.

  • Follow the instructions on the rafflecopter.
  • Leave a comment (Question is on the rafflecopter) and follow Judge Cookware on Facebook (THESE ARE ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS) 
  • For additional entries, like my Facebook page, follow me on Twitter, add me on Google + tweet about the giveaway and join my blog (using the Google connector on the top left of the page. 
  • All entries will be checked and verified.
  • Rafflecopter will pick a winner at random.
  • The competition will run from 01.01.15 - 02.01.15
  • Winners will need to respond within 7 days.
  • Judge Cookware will post the items.
  • This competition is open to UK residents only. 

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Disclaimer: I received a V Roasting Rack and Roasting Pan to review by Judge Cookware. I was not required to write a positive review. As always, all opinions and thoughts are my own.

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271 comments

  1. I'd cook anything but turkey! With roasted celeriac wedges, carrots, garlic & onions.

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  2. A beef joint with parsnips, potatoes and carrots

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  3. chicken with potato carrot and celery

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  4. Roast pork, potatoes and roast carrots and parsnips :)

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  5. Chicken and beef with potatoes, carrots and peppers

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  6. British beef and roast parsnips!

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  7. Roast beef. Roast potatoes and parsnips :)

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  8. I would have roast chicken with roasted veg

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  9. What meat and veg would you cook using these tins?.................lamb shoulder, roast potatoes, parsnips, swede and celeriac (an undervalued and versatile veg)

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  10. I would cook roast lamb, roast potatoes, red onions (to flavour the oil), carrots and parsnips :)

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  11. Roast beef with roast potatoes,carrots and sprouts

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  12. Roast Beef with to nice Cooking apples in the pan.

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  13. Roasted vegetables like parsnips and carrots!

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  14. I would cook roast lamb, roast potatoes

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  15. Roast lamb and roast spuds

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  16. roast chicken with sweet potato

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  17. Chicken with roast potatoes

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  18. chicken with roast pototoes and veg

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  19. I would cook a quorn roast as veggie with cauliflower cheese.

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  20. beef and roasted winter vegetables- I also like to roast my onions whole in the skins

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  21. slow cooked lamb with goose fat roasties in onion gravy

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  22. I'd cook butternut squash, parsnips and sweet potato, plus maybe a quorn roast

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  23. A lovely roast leg of lamb and all the trimmings

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  24. Roast beef and roast potatoes!

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  25. roast pork, apples onions and parsnips

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  26. roast beef , roast potatoes, honey parsnips .

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  27. Chicken and chips, but I'm sure my wife will come up with something more adventurous to try.

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  28. Beef, with roast potatoes and parsnips!

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  29. Rack of lamb, roasted glazed root veg and potatoes.

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  30. Roast chicken, carrots, parsnips, yummy! :D

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  31. A nice joint of lamb with roasties, veg and yorkshire puds :)

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  32. Everything really, probably not Turkey

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  33. I bought one of these for Xmas to roast a duck in.. not this brand but another and the rack melted!!
    I need another now lol......

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  34. A rib of beef with potatoes and parsnips

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  35. I would do slow-roasted belly pork with roast potatoes, parsnips and butternut squash

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  36. Roast Lamb on a bed of red onion, red cabbage and orange

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  37. roast beef, carrots and parsnips

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  38. I would love to do a lamb joint with onions potatoes and parsnips

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  39. Minty Lamb and potatoes! Classic combo.

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  40. I'd do a nice chicken with roast potatoes, roast parsnips and roast carrots. And my mouth is watering just thinking about it!

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  41. Roast chicken over lovely roasties! Mmmmm!

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  42. I'd do a nut roast with seasonal veg

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  43. Roast beef with roast potatoes

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  44. Roast beef with parsnips for me too! Ohhh yummy!

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  45. Brisket and goose fat roasties xx

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  46. Lamb and Roast Potatoes - Joanne Beale

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  47. A Classic chicken roast dinner x

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  48. Roast Chicken with carrots, red onions & broccoli
    Sheila Reeves @CakeReev

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  49. Roast stuffed chicken and potatoes in goose fat

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  50. Chicken, potatoes, parsnips.. and now I'm hungry

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  51. A beef joint with parsnips, potatoes and carrots

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  52. I would roast a chicken with all the trimmings!

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  53. Moroccan spiced roast chicken with roast mixed root veg

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  54. I'd cook roast pork, roast potatoes, sweet potatoes, parsnips and swede.

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  55. roast beef, roast potatoes and roast parsnips, yum.

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  56. pork crackling joint with roasted onions a baking apples yum

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  57. id love to give cooking a duck a go. i love it but have never cooked it myself

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  58. Roast pork shoulder with sweet potatoes

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  59. Rib of beef, with roasties and parsnips x

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  60. Roast beef. Roast potatoes ,onions and parsnips

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  61. Garlic Spatchcock Chicken with Roast Onions

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  62. Can't beat a roast chicken with roasters in the same tray

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  63. A joint of beef and crispy roast potatoes

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  64. Gammon with roast potatoes, roasted carrots and parsnips

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  65. A roast beef with crispy roast potatoes, I bet they taste lovely with the meat juices :) Carolin x

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  66. chicken for meat, carrots and parsnips for veg

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  67. mmm all meats and roasted veg carrots parsnips swede mmmm mouth is watering

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  68. Chicken with roast potatoes and roast parsnips

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  69. Mediterranean chicken and veg :D

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  70. lamb with roast potatoes and roast parsnips

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  71. leg of lamb with potatoes and parsnips

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  72. I would do a big roast beef, with roasted winter veggies!

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  73. Roast chicken! With lots of lovely sweet potatoe and parnsips.

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  75. Can't beat a good roast Ham, with honey and mustard! :)

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  76. A lovely chicken roastie with all the trimmings

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  77. I'd love to cook roast pork with roasted sweet potatoes and butternut squash!

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  78. Chicken with potatoes and swede

    Kay panayi

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  79. Leg of lamb with Mediterranean vegetables!

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  80. A lovely beef joint with roast root veggies

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  81. Beef with roasted potatoes and parsnips

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  82. I'd cook a joint of Lamb & roast potatoes.

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  83. i'd do roast beef, with potatoes, carrots an onions in there

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  84. i WILL ROAST LAMS & VEGETABLES

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  85. Roast lamb and yummy roast potatoes! xxx Many thanks for running a great competition! x

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  86. Roast Lamb with roasted vegetables. yum

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  87. A gorgeous beef joint with dumplings and carrots x

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  88. I would cook roast chicken with mixed roast veg for all the family! x

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  89. A beef roast with potatoes, carrots, and onions.

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  90. Roast chicken and roast potatoes

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  91. Chicken with roast potatoes and parsnips.

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  92. I would cook guinea fowl with roast potatoes and carrots

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  93. pork crackling joint with roast parsnips

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  94. A lamb joint with roast potatoes, parsnips and sweet potato.

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  95. Roast lamb and rosemary with sweet potato

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  96. Roast beef, beef dripping roast potatoes and honey roasted parsnips 😃

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  97. Roast Beef,with potatoes, carrots and parsnips.

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  98. I'd use them for our Sunday roast

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  99. roast chicken and roast potatoes - lovely

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  100. Mix of roasted veg including red onions, aubergines, onions, tomatoes and potatoes

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  101. I'd cook chicken wings and sweet potato wedges

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  102. Chicken with potatoes, carrots, parsnips and red onions

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  103. I would cook a chicken with roast potatoes and parsnips

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  104. roast pork, parsnips and potatos x

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  105. Rib of beef with carrots and red onions

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  106. I would cook lamb potatoes onion and carrots

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  107. It would have to be pork with potatoes and carrots

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  108. Chicken thighs, chorizo, peppers, toms, red onions and new potatoes

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  109. Roast Chicken, Roast potatoes & Parsnips

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  110. pork with potatoes, carrots and onions x

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  111. Chicken and a vegetable tray bake with mushrooms, peppers, onions, courgettes and tomato

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  112. perfect for a whole roast chicken & honey roast parsnips :)

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  113. Roast chicken with all the trimmings! :) e.g. roasties, parsnips and honey glazed carrots

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  114. chicken, potatoes, carrots and parships

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  115. Beef, roast potatoes, carrots and cauliflower x

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  116. Roast lamb with roast potatoes, peas, yorkshires, parsnips and lashings of gravy xx

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  117. Roast beef with carrots and parsnips!

    Ashleigh

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  118. a nice chicken roast with parsnips and glazed carrots

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  119. Chicken,and honey glazed parnsips

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  120. Chicken with Broccoli, Carrots and Peas

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  121. Beef with lots of roasted veg, onions, parsnips and carrots

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  122. I would love to roast a leg of lamb, surrounded by roast potatoes.

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  123. I would do much the same as you have done, and roast a chicken. It's the roast I have the most. Although, I would also like to try a nice leg of lamb.

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  124. Roast Beef with roast potatoes sweet potatoes parsnips carrots and squash yummy

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  125. Roast beef with chunky roast potatoes cooked in the beef dripping.

    stunning!

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  126. Classic beef with roast potatoes

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  127. No meat, but great for nut roasts with corn cobs, sweet potatoes and celeriac.

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  128. It has to be roast beef with all the trimmings - roast potatoes, yorkshire pudding, cauliflower cheese, roasted carrots & butternut

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  129. duck i love duck , and a nice leg of lamb

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  130. pretty much everything so to nominate just one dish would be dull of me x

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  131. Beef joint with butternut squash, sweet potatoes and red onions

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  132. A nice joint of beef roast potatoes and roast parsnips

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  133. Mediterranean Chicken with Roasted Vegetables (Peppers, Red Onion, Courgettes)

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  134. chicken with potato carrot and celery - LEANNE W

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  135. Lamb, potatoes and parsnips mmmmm

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  136. rolled rib of beef is my favourite with yorkshires and lots of veg

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  137. full roast leg of lamb with all the trimmings

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  138. roast lamb with a medley of roast vegetables

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  139. Roast leg of lamb with small pieces of garlic cloves placed into slits made on the top half of the meat. Added to this would be roast potatoes and parsnips, with carrots and green beans.

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  140. A nice leg of lamb, totatoes & broccoli xx

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  141. Roast beef, potatoes, onions and parsnips.

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  142. Lamb my favourite meat, but a bit fatty, and a pile of roots from the allotment

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