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Reply #170 - Aug 3rd, 2018 at 8:03pm

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We often buy a pork shoulder on the bone roast.......when I get it home I cut it into half..the bone side is for roasting with the skin from other half.....cut rest into pork steaks and trimmings we use in other meals......one shoulder gives us at least 4 meals.....for about $11 total
 

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Reply #171 - Aug 3rd, 2018 at 9:08pm

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Smokeydk wrote on Aug 3rd, 2018 at 8:03pm:
We often buy a pork shoulder on the bone roast.......when I get it home I cut it into half..the bone side is for roasting with the skin from other half.....cut rest into pork steaks and trimmings we use in other meals......one shoulder gives us at least 4 meals.....for about $11 total


$3.99 a kilo at IGA here this week.
 

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Reply #172 - Oct 9th, 2018 at 8:36pm

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Blade roast on special this week at $12 a kilo so a nice roast beef dinner on the Weber Q
 

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Reply #173 - Oct 10th, 2018 at 8:27am

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I was looking for an alternate system when baking roasts and came across 2 different type of baking trays instead of using those flimsy convection trays. There both from Ziegler and Brown, first one is a Bake and Roast Pac  and the other one is a Roast Rack- Pan with a Rack for cooking chooks on a verticle length. Both are solid units not disposable. cheers Ron.
 
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Reply #174 - Oct 14th, 2018 at 12:06pm

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I love my two Webers and use the one at home as much as the one in the motorhome when we are out and about.

This is our Sunday morning fry up.  Bacon, egg, mushroom, tomato and black pudding.

I tried a different brand of black pudding today and it is my favourite to date.  Well flavoured and a smooth texture.  Even managed to get Maggie to try it and she was also pleasantly surprised.  Cool
 

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Reply #175 - Dec 1st, 2018 at 10:15pm

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Christmas is a busy time for Maggie and myself.  We have a “Brady Bunch” type immediate family of six adult children plus partners and thirteen grandchildren to look after plus a few close friends and other family.

So with such a busy time ahead every year about this time a few weeks before Christmas we always have our own little quiet Christmas dinner and that was today.

Dinner was turkey, roast potato, pumpkin and sweet potato with peas and broccoli. This was served with gravey and the traditional cranberry sauce.

All Christmas dinners should be served after with Christmas pudding, custard and cream.

The turkey was a rolled breast and it went in the Weber for an hour still in the foil wrapping

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After an hour the foil is removed and the vegetables are placed inside

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After 30 minutes the meat is removed to rest and the heat cranked up to further crisp the vegetables

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On the table complete with Christmas Bon Bons

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Now that is a lovely Christmas roast dinner

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The pudding was a bought one called Golden Lustre Plum & Port Pudding that was covered in a golden shimmer.

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Served with custard and cream

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