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    Chicken is really good when you get it right, but worse than the lot when you **** up
    I kind of think the opposite. It's a pretty hard thing to actually **** up IMO; it's consistently okay without ever really being absolutely gun

    I think I have a bias towards roast beef because I always get Sirloin roasts which make amazing, thick pan gravy and then have it with Yorkshire pudding. The actual beef itself in the roast is inferior to the pork and the turkey but the Yorkshire pudding and lush gravy just adds so much to it IMO. Even more than crackling adds to pork.

    I rate lamb pretty low down because I'd rather have braised lamb shanks than a leg of lamb if I'm in the mood for a lamb roast-type meal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Prince EWS View Post
    Cheese is over-rated and boring. Lets rank the roast dinners.

    1. Roast beef
    2. Roast pork
    3. Roast turkey
    4. Roast lamb
    5. Roast chicken

    IMO.

    Turkey is massively under-rated though so I expect to be on my own rating it above chicken.
    Lamb first I think. Hard to say.

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    Seriously lamb in sixth is a travesty.

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    roast beef is massively overrated. lamb, pork and chicken are better.

    best beef is steak.

    had roast pork last night actually. ****ing amazing stuff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Prince EWS View Post
    I kind of think the opposite. It's a pretty hard thing to actually **** up IMO; it's consistently okay without ever really being absolutely gun

    I think I have a bias towards roast beef because I always get Sirloin roasts which make amazing, thick pan gravy and then have it with Yorkshire pudding. The actual beef itself in the roast is inferior to the pork and the turkey but the Yorkshire pudding and lush gravy just adds so much to it IMO. Even more than crackling adds to pork.

    I rate lamb pretty low down because I'd rather have braised lamb shanks than a leg of lamb if I'm in the mood for a lamb roast-type meal.
    Yeah its hard to **** up when you buy a $9.99 hot roast chook from Woolies. Its hard for me to rate my favourite meats though, I mean if I have a roll, roast beef is often a winner, but then after the crackling roast pork is awesome. Around Xmas time turkey always tastes that little bit better too - Its definitely a horses for courses thing for me though as I'm sure the English Tesco shoppers will agree.
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    Thought you liked rooster in your rolls.

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    Haha yeah I love Rooster Rolls, Rooster wasn't one of the 5 food groups that Pews listed though so I wasn't thinking about it. I haven't actually had a Rooster Roll from Red Rooster in ages, I don't even think I've seen a Red Rooster in Sydney now that I think about it, perhaps at the Airport. I live down the road from Gregz Chookz and Lamb and they do brilliant chooks, oops sorry chookz but they ain't roosters..

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    Quote Originally Posted by NUFAN View Post
    Haha yeah I love Rooster Rolls, Rooster wasn't one of the 5 food groups that Pews listed though so I wasn't thinking about it. I haven't actually had a Rooster Roll from Red Rooster in ages, I don't even think I've seen a Red Rooster in Sydney now that I think about it, perhaps at the Airport. I live down the road from Gregz Chookz and Lamb and they do brilliant chooks, oops sorry chookz but they ain't roosters..
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