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If The Cranleigh did Roast Dinners...

Emily Hadfield - Thursday, November 10, 2016

 

It is that time of year again where the trusted roast potato is once again back in favour. Out go the quinoa salads and the stuffed peppers, and in comes the hearty roast dinner. Unfortunately, The Cranleigh Boutique does not offer such a feast. However, this does not mean we don't appreciate a fine spread. Here is what we believe would make the ULTIMATE roast. Warning: Food coma may incur.

To Start

 

Red Onion & Goats Cheese Tartlet

 

A match made in culinary heaven. Treat your taste-buds to this vegetarian friendly starter, and begin with a guaranteed crowd pleaser.

 

Or

 

Seared Scallops

 

A starter fit for kings. When cooked and seasoned well, there is nothing more delicious or decadent than a seared scallop.

 


 

The Main Course

 

Beef Wellington

 

The most luxurious Sunday or any special day roast. Tender pink beef fillet covered with mushroom duxelles and a bit of pate, all wrapped up in crisp flaky pastry... what more could you possibly want?!

 


 

Or

 

Mustard Butter-Basted Roast Turkey with Bacon

 

Let's be honest. Turkey can easily be... boring. Nevertheless, we are approaching that time of year where many people believe a Turkey is a ‘must have’ on the dining table .Ensure your bird has extra tasty gravy with a tangy mustard and butter baste- plus, we all know that bacon makes anything instantly better.

 

Still Have Space?

 

Sticky Toffee Pudding

 

A staple in the pudding world. Some may say plain, but we say classic.

 


 

And let's not forget...

 

CHEESE.

 

What else! The Cranleigh cheese plate would have to include an Italian Tallegio, a British creamy Lancashire and a French Camembert. And of course, you can't go wrong with a good ol' Mature Cheddar.

 

… and let the food coma commence.

 

There are numerous places to go for a satisfying Sunday lunch in The Lake District. Our favourites include: The Mason's Arms, The Punch Bowl and The Drunken Duck.

 

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