Note – this is paid for content. James from Mix It Up got in touch and asked me to share the infographic below. I would never share anything I didn’t think was cool, and I will never allow anyone else to influence what I say.
On Sunday, it was probably the hottest day of the year so far. Garry and I went for a pootle round the local garden centre, ate ourselves into a food coma at the farmers’ market, then came home and cooked a massive plate of mashed potato and pie. It might be summer and boiling, but that will not stop me. I will have proper cooked dinners every Sunday. Sometimes this means a pie, and sometimes this means a Sunday roast.
I love a Sunday roast. Everyone loves a Sunday roast. If you ever meet someone who says they don’t love them, they’re probably lying. Either that or they’ve never had a good one and need educating. Before Garry and I moved to London, going to a Toby Carvery was the highlight of our month. My parents cook me on average two roast dinners every single time I go home for the weekend. Even my nan, who hates everything, brightens at the mention of a “dinner”. Roasts make everything better
The guys at Food Mix It Up have made this infographic with a bit of info around Sunday roasts and how they came to be such a staple part of our diets. The infographic picks meat as the roast, but there are all KINDS of different things you can eat with it. So my question is this – what is your favourite meat, or veggie option, to have with your roast?
(Mine is lamb. Just FYI)