Traditional English Sunday Lunch...

Sunday, 8 January 2012

Sunday lunch is an age old tradition - meat, yorkshire pudding, stuffing, roast potatoes, carrots and some greens for good measure.

I met up with a friend today at my favourite pub in my home town called The Dun Cow in Rugby and had the most amazing Sunday lunch of my life! I hadn't been there for a while so was really looking forward to it...I already knew the food here was good but this Sunday lunch was another level!!  I had the lamb shank which was just so incredibly beautiful..I'm talking fall of the bone tender! And the gravy sauce packed a huge punch of flavour! I'm used to spices and lots of flavour but this gravy was something else..it was outta this world! lol

I'm so gutted though because they had a gorgeous roaring fire inside which in my haste to get back home, I forgot to take a photo off! Oh well, I will just have to go back again soon to take one lol!

Cherry Lane xoxo


Random pic of a thatched house across the road from the pub

Check out the cute old lady coming out the pub...such a charming outfit lol

Lamb shank, Yorkshire Pudding (the round thing), roast potatoes, parsnips, carrots, brocoli,
sprouts and that amazing gravy!!
and DONE! lol

20 comments:

  1. Yummy! It's been a while since I've had a Sunday pub lunch, love the name of your local lol! :) x

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  2. Some traditions are really great :) beautiful pictures :)

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  3. Thanks peps! You cant beat a good sunday lunch eh! lol

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  4. lovely pictures !!

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  5. nice pics :)
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  6. that thatched house looks beautiful!

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    1. Doesnt it just? Its such a lovely part of my town...

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  7. I like the house and the food looks yummy. Nice pic dear.

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    1. Thanks Vertu, I thought you guys might find it interesting to see a piece of my hometown

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  8. What a cozy post. Nothing like comfort food. The pub and the thatched cottage like building opposite is just adorable. Thanks for sharing.

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    1. aw thanks for your lovely comment. yeah its such a lovely place its just such a shame that I forgot to take the photo of a huge fire..its so beautiful!

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  9. What lovely sites - Putting myself in the pictures :)

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    1. aw thanks, I'm glad you like them :-)

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