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Noun(1) a piece of meat roasted or for roasting and of a size for slicing into more than one portion(2) negative criticism
Verb(1) cook with dry heat, usually in an oven(2) subject to laughter or ridicule
(1) The comedian brings down the house in October 2001 at a Hugh Hefner roast .(2) Myrtle leaves are used in Mediterranean countries to flavour roast pork and small birds.(3) When Delia takes David home to meet the family, pork roast is on the menu.(4) The chef would prepare a marinated roast with whipped potatoes and French cut green beans.(5) He would sharpen a knife for a full five minutes before carving the roast .(6) There is something infinitely satisfying and basic to sitting down to a table laden with roast chicken, cornbread, potatoes, asparagus and raspberries.(7) Restaurants in the hotel were the first to provide authentic Beijing cuisine such as roast duck and precious royal dishes.(8) The Dining Room offers a set menu, in which every table gets its own whole roast turkey.(9) Let's say an enemy has invited all your gang to a weenie roast , and you want to sabotage the picnic.(10) I would answer your question with the scene in which Angela burns the roast she was preparing for dinner.(11) Immediately, the smell of a delicious roast filled the room.(12) To the English, crackling is a standard part of a meal involving roast pork.(13) I can manage the odd bowl of mash or a couple of roast potatoes.(14) In 1990s England, where chicken tikka masala has outstripped roast beef and Yorkshire pudding in popularity, Hogwarts exists in its own time warp.(15) A nice dark roast , I could tell the beans were fresh as soon as I opened the package.(16) You can boil it or roast it over the fire, as you like.
(1) roast beef :: cig eidion rhost
1. knock ::
2. cook ::
3. bake ::
4. grill ::
5. broil ::
Different Formsroast, roasted, roaster, roasters, roasting, roastings, roasts
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