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Posted: Tuesday 16 August, 2005

by Rosemary at 9:36pm in Dogs No comments Add your own

As part of the "Grassroots" programme, we wanted to "show" a meal that was all home produced. Tonight, that meant roast pork, "Red Duke of York" potatoes, courgettes and carrots.

We duly roasted the pork - Nancy recorded the sound of it sizzling as Dan took it from the oven. It was a magnificent roast with lovely crackling, succulent and juicy. The house was full of the warm smell of good meat. We all tried a bit - it was delicious.

After Nancy left, Dan popped into the study and I popped out to get some potatoes from the garage.

Meg popped onto the worktop AND STOLE THE ROAST. By the time we found it, she had had her fill and Tess was finishing it off. I cannot tell you how gutted we were.

The veggies were nice though (sob, sob).


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