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01/17/2010

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Agree with you Paul, I find I always cook lamb, poultry or game better than I cook a roast beef but it's all about the ageing and marbling of the beef. Looks like a delicious Sunday luncheon was had by all, you really can't go wrong with yorkies :-)

I love roast beef - in the summer we often barbeque a rib of beef instead as it takes on a lovely smoky flavour. I usually salt the outside of the meat at least an hour beforehand; it draws some moisture out so that you get a decent crust in the initial high heat blast.

Sounds delicious Lizzie! if we get a summer this year I must try it!

It's delicious! I tried the Roast Beef the other night using beef fat. Tasty!

I substituted the beef with lamb which is my favorite meat of all time. So paerfect with the pudding recipe.Yummy!

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