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Win an English Sunday roast lunch with Yorkshire pudding and duck fat potatoes!



The words ‘duck fat potatoes’ are a not-so-secret code for crisp, creamy deliciousness.

If you haven’t tried them before, you are definitely in for a real treat.  They elevate a roast lunch to new levels, just don’t check the calories!

So you can indulge in this food lover’s indulgence, the team at Pig ‘N’ Whistle have decided showcase a number of different cuts slow roasted on a spit starting from Sunday May 26.

You can sit back and relax while they carve out your Sunday afternoons with a traditional English Sunday roast with Yorkshire pudding, duck fat potatoes, the ultimate roast beef rolls, every condiment you could ever think of including homemade beetroot relish, pickle relish, tomato chutney, piccalilli, horseradish mustard, onion jam, pickled veg and of course delicious gravy, and craft Australian beers and wine tastings.  It runs every Sunday from 12.30pm at Pig ‘N’ Whistle Riverside, Brisbane.




To celebrate the launch  of Pig ‘N’ Whistle Riverside’s new spit roast Sundays, Eat,drink+beKerry is giving away one $150 lunch voucher for you and your friends to enjoy on any Sunday during June, 2013. You can take a couple of friends or many, it’s up to you, and use your voucher for a slap up meal. Enjoy!

Here’s how to enter –

Leave a comment below on what is your favourite part of a roast dinner – I bet it’s not the cleaning up!  For extra points, share the competition on social media as often as you can.

The voucher is valid for the month of June and can only be redeemed for Sunday lunch at the Pig ‘N’ Whistle Riverside, Brisbane.  Please only enter this competition if you will be able to enjoy the lunch.



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Pig ‘N’ Whistle Riverside, 123 Eagle Street, Brisbane. Call 3832 9099 to book.

Kerry Heaney

Disclaimer:  The $150 lunch voucher has been supplied by Pig 'N' Whistle

Comments

  1. Definitely the Yorkshire Puddings - my favourite treat, especially if I haven't had to make them myself!

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  2. I've never had a lot of success making Yorkshire puddings but I do love eating them :)

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  3. Potatoes are most definitely my weakness! The thought of duck fat potatoes are making me salivate, haha.

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  4. roast pumpkin! There is definitely about roasty charred bits on soft well cooked pumpkin... yum!

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  5. Dad's AWESOME gravy!! I can never make it the same :(

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  6. Roast potatoes for sure! Crispy and golden outside and fluffy in the middle. The best!

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  7. Gravy everywhere!

    Regarding Yorkshire Pudding, I've found the recipe from Cook's Illustrated is pretty foolproof:)

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  8. patimickey5:00 pm

    Caramelized roasted vegetables...Why are they so sweet?? So delicious!!

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  9. Thanks for the tip Steven!

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  10. Crunchy, salty crackling on roast pork!

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  11. Hand's down yorkshire pudding

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  12. Anne Freier3:46 pm

    Vegetarians please cover your ears but I love that beefy bovine goodness that's slow cooked and well rested. The meat is the star and the extras are just the back-up singers.

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  13. This sounds amazing! :-) I adore Yorkshire pudding absolutely swimming in gravy. :-)

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  14. LOVE yorkshire pudding!! Soak up the gravy with a bit of creamy horseradish, mmmmmmmmm

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  15. Leaving the Yorkshire Puddings until last and dipping in the leftover yummy gravy - always a winner!

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  16. Like so many others, I love the trimmings more than the roast! A fave is of course the Yorkshire Pudding (Batter Pudding if yo come from Southern England) though I'm also a fan of a good horseradish sauce or cream.

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  17. I love the large chunks of onion that sweeten and soak up some of juices from the meat during roasting.

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  18. Anonymous11:45 am

    yorkshire pudding. I've tried and failed many times to make them. Love them!

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  19. Debra Lidster11:47 am

    yorkshire pudding. They remind me of the Sunday roast dinners my mum used to make.

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  20. tricia kallquist2:18 pm

    The left over roast meat sandwiches for lunch the next day!

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  21. roast duck fat potatoes swimming in gravy. oooh yes and squishy roast pumpkin and cauliflower bake and oh yum and did i say lots of gravy?:)

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  22. I love roast crunchy potatoes with roast veg and copious amounts of delicious gravy. I also love the crunchy end bits on a roast.Washed down with a smooth glass of red wine.

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  23. Amanda3:58 pm

    I love the gravy and the juices of the meat mixing with some creamy cauliflower cheese. I don't mind the cleaning up with my scanpan roasting tray it's been a roast epihany.

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  24. I love the crackling on a roast pork, the marrow from roast lamb leg and the bum from roast chicken!

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  25. Tracey9:32 pm

    The crackling is the best part. Salty and crunchy. Ah, ultimate deliciousness.

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  26. Whilst I definitely love the food, when I have a roast I love that I'm surrounded by either great friends or family.

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  27. whats my favourite part of a roast you ask, well my friends this is not an easy task. For you see in a regular Sunday Roast, its for the Meat that we usually boast. But in an Yorkshire this just isnt the case, as the sides are so delicous we just wanna stuff our face. Seeing the mouth watering vegies on the side, the duck fat potatoes makes your drooling hard to hide. So many condiments to add to your plate, makes the pig-n-whistle a hard place to hate. So lets not pick a winner from yorkshire roast but to all of the food give a loud proud toast!!
    p.s. i love roast. xo

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  28. Anonymous1:14 pm

    Zucchini Slice - Not a traditional roast side but definitely a favourite in my family.

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  29. The crackling...mmmmm!

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  30. Inger2:35 pm

    Yorky for sure

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