A Sunday Roast

My postcard for today after the Queen’s funeral yesterday is my Sunday Lamb Roast from the Turf Tavern. Roasts typically are only offered on Sundays at Pubs and restaurants. The Turf had a choice of Beef, Lamb or Chicken. Dear picked the Lamb for me, delicious. Besides the meat portion you get veggies, potatoes, Yorkshire pudding and gravy. Dear opted for fish and chips instead of a Roast.

We spent the whole day yesterday watching the telly with absolutely no commercials or interruptions of the ceremony and processionals. We started watching at 7am up until the late afternoon with a quick break to run down for a quick fish and chips break. Wonderful coverage and commentary here.

Today, Tuesday, we will be out and about again trying to visit as many colleges as we can before we check out tomorrow at 10am and head to Woodstock for a couple of nights.

About Ellenhttps://happywonderer.com/I am a wife, mother, baba (grandmother) and a loyal friend. Jesus is my King and my hope is in my future with Him.

6 thoughts on “A Sunday Roast

  1. You are certainly getting a flavour of England. Sunday roast is my absolute favourite, especially Yorkshire puddings. We caught up on the funeral thanks to utube . Couldn’t cope with the French coverage. Enjoy the colleges today. They are so beautiful. B x

  2. Your meal looks delicious and just the way a Sunday dinner should be. Not sure about the fish and chips for Sunday dinner, but I am sure it was yummy, especially since that’s the meal you went for yesterday.

    I had hoped to avoid the stuck to the tv thing, but failed. What a marvelous collection of hymns, prayers, and brief messages presented. The Queen planned her funeral very well.

    So glad that you are out and about today doing things and seeing the sights. Golly, who knew that Woodstock would be involved by tomorrow. Have a great time!

    Love,
    Vee

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