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Old 01-03-2004, 06:35 AM   #11
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yorkshire pudding is good, but my favorite english contribution to the culinary world is clotted cream. oh man, that is so good. especially the one mixed with gran marnier.
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Clotted cream is divine! Especially with scones and strawberry jam. In Cornwall I had clotted cream ice cream........amazingly good!
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ok, i finally looked at it. it's a sirloin tip roast. are these just as good? :?: I have had it in the freezer since New Year's eve. Do I need to thaw it out first, or just stick it in the oven? Sorry for all the questions. I rarely cook, and I want it to turn out good, and so that my husband will like it.
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a sirloin tip roast is ok, it doesn't have nearly as high a fat content as a rib roast, so it won't be as tender using the same techniques. you would want to defrost it completely before cooking it, and i would recommed using your dutch oven or crockpot and either braising it on top of the stove, or in the oven. you can do a search on google for some good braised beef or pot roast recipes, they are probably one of the most common around
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