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cook

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criticize

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to feel or look hot

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a piece of meat roasted or for roasting and of a size for slicing into more than one portion

negative criticism

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cook with dry heat, usually in an oven

(meat) cooked by dry heat in an oven

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Then said the first soldier, 'In the North Sea lies a dead sea- cat; that shall be the roast meat.
You go away when the match burns out; you vanish like the warm stove, like the delicious roast goose, and like the magnificent Christmas tree
It was a goodly sight--that table, with Martin Poyser's round good-humoured face and large person at the head of it helping his servants to the fragrant roast beef and pleased when the empty plates came again.
As it was, Ben ate his roast beef to-night with a serene sense of having stolen nothing more than a few peas and beans as seed for his garden since the last harvest supper, and felt warranted in thinking that Alick's suspicious eye, for ever upon him, was an injury to his innocence.
But NOW the roast beef was finished and the cloth was drawn, leaving a fair large deal table for the bright drinking-cans, and the foaming brown jugs, and the bright brass candlesticks, pleasant to behold.
They came too late; the marauders were off, and all that they found of their mule was the dents of his hoofs, as he had been conveyed off at a round trot, bearing his savory cargo to the hills, to furnish the scampering savages with a banquet of roast meat at the expense of the white men.
The most simple manner in which this operation is performed, and I think, the best, consists in placing any number of the freshly plucked fruit, when in a particular state of greenness, among the embers of a fire, in the same way that you would roast a potato.
Art and science continually merge to create roasts that evoke conversations and challenge expectations.
Some people enjoying drinking dark roasts, some prefer light roasts, while others like something in between.
After sampling delicious roasts around Britain, the judges, led by food critic Charles Campion, chose the Bunch of Grapes as the winner.
There have been entries for great veggie options too, with nut roasts and mushroom Wellingtons good enough to make even committed carnivores give meat a miss.
The Bell Inn in Hythe, Kent, serves roasts seven days a week but will turn things up a notch, with one-off roast dinners on the specials board too.
And with so many great roasts on offer in Wales, perhaps we will be celebrating a winner too.