It's even better when coated with gravy, accompanied by dressing (not stuffing) and some delicious sweet potatoes.
Oh scrumdiddlyumptious!And yes it does look very good. We had roast lamb & salad!
Oh that does look very good...Hugs
Mmmm...delicious! Do you want to cook for me next year. I got stuck stuffing the turkey and I just needed another 10 hands! Now the kids come over for turkey dinner they want the "works". Poor ma is now officially "bagged". It was pretty good I must say, the stuffing was unusally good because I changed to Villagio bread rather than just the cheapo variety I usually get. I need to work on sauces, like your sauce looks tres excellent! Hub never wants me to change a thing..basic meat and potatoes type guy. Cant take the spices etc. I love spices! Oh well! Compromise. I added unusal spices (very small amounts) of tumeric etc to the gravy. I am not a gravy fan...too fattening and greasy. Although at one time that is all i would eat...the fat! :)
Jane - Making the "stuffing" outside the turkey as "dressing" is much easier, I think, and it becomes less greasy. But that's the job of SWMBO. I just keep the drinks glasses full!
Katherine - I've never eaten lamb but keep being interested. I'll have to try it one of these days.Bernie - Thanks for stopping by . . and for the "hugs"!
mmm...dinner looks lovely. hope you had a fabulous easter.
Okay -- I'm hungry!
Steve - It was full-filling!Brian - It was very nice.Jerry - Darn it, everytime I come here I see those pictures again and I get hungry again, too!
((drool)) This looks dee-lish!!I made a roast leg of lamb, as well, with collard greens.
That looks delish!
Oh my gosh, I don't want my husband to see this. Well, our chicken keebobs and quinoa on the side, were pretty good but they didn't look THIS good.
GJ, Willow, Tombo and Kathryn - If you folks are going to look this closely, I'm gonna have to work on my photography skills!
Drool drool slobber slobber slurp...
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