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Is Sunday lunch a thing of the past? It has certainly changed, but it is still a good excuse for friends and family to get together to enjoy a meal and catch up on everyone’s news. It is far more informal than in the past and it doesn’t even need to be strictly at lunchtime — people have much busier lives so it depends on what works best for your family. These days, a Sunday lunch at home is just as likely to be a one-pot dish prepared in advance, a stir-fry, or pulled pork rather than a proper roast. In the summer it can be a barbecue or an al fresco picnic, perhaps with ice-cream and fruit; in the colder months, slow-roast lamb with seasonal vegetables and a hot pudding are the order of the day.
Due to popular demand, the traditional carvery Sunday Lunch returns to the Camilaun Restaurant at The Ardilaun Hotel in Taylors Hill, from this Sunday onwards, and is the perfect lunch stop for catching up with old friends, making some new ones, or simply celebrating a family occasion, and is the perfect way to while away a lazy afternoon.
The Prince of Wales Hotel is taking bookings for their Sunday roast on Mothers Day, March 15.
The Palace Bar, Athlone has launched a new lunchtime bar menu which is sure to please all customers.
Irish beef goulash
Where could you get a dinner of braised lamb shank with roast potatoes and peas, cooked by a chef who has worked with Paul Rankin of Gourmet Ireland fame, for €6.99? The answer is at the Spar Express shop in the Corrib Filling Station at the Hill in Loughrea. I called in there recently and decided to browse the deli counter. I was surprised to see a selection of main courses just removed from the oven. They had roast breast of turkey cut in very thick juicy slices, roast of beef, lamb shanks, and pork pieces in a barbecue sauce.
For those converts to the church of the humble sandwich, Galway has for long boasted one of the best sambo eateries around in Delight.
Ask your butcher for a ribeye of beef, which is an excellent cut for roasting and perfect when you’ve got to feed a crowd. Always allow a joint to come back up to temperature before roasting to achieve the best flavour.