a “Sunday dinner” in England is a roast meal. It’s often a weekly thing especially in the winter.
I know around the world roasts are done (thanksgiving, Christmas, etc) but is it a regular thing?
Most Helpful Guy
Yes here in Canada we would have a roast beef with hot gravy & hot horse radish (or sometimes pork or lamb) at least once a week along with roasted potatoes & a couple of other vegetables. You don't often hear the term Yorkshire pudding here as they are commonly referred to as popovers and yes we love them filled with hot gravy.
- Show AllShow Less
Most Helpful Girls
I don't think I've ever had roast. I don't really like meat that much. I don't know if Finns have roast generally, but in our family we only roasted turkey for Christmas and I've never even had that.
Yes my gma tries to cook roast like 1 Sunday every few months. But for this month i talked her into doing it tomorrow on Saturday lol