Thanks to The Image Bureau, I have a Wiltshire Epicurean Carving Fork and Knife set to test out on the pork shoulder I’m roasting tonight and a set to giveaway.
I’m always looking for new recipes and tips for cooking roast, so for your chance to WIN this Wiltshire Carving Fork & Knife set simply share your roasting tips/recipes here or on my facebook page. Competition is open to all foodie cravings readers with an Australian postal address and closes Sunday 5/8/12. Winners will be announced on my facebook page Monday 6/8/12.
The Wiltshire Epicurean range is available exclusively at Big W. Besides the featured carving fork ($14.99) and carving knife ($16.99), there’s a paring knife, utility knife, multi-purpose knife, bread knife, cook’s knife, Santoku 6.5” knife as well as a six-piece knife block available. To find out if your Big W stocks the Wiltshire Epicurean range call 1800 651 146.
17/8/12 – Thanks everyone for sharing your roasting tips, I look forward to testing them all out in the kitchen. My bro, his gf food blogger Little Miss Bacon and I over a massive dinner at Catalano’s went through all your great tips – it was a hard to choose one winner but in the end we decided Simone Nelson’s tip was worthy:
“My roasting tip would be oil is not thing to be frugal with when cooking a roast I love using Cobram Estate oils especially the Garlic Infused Oil when cooking a Roast Pork, I also rub the pork with Masterfoods Garlic and Herb Salt Mix. Something I dont know if its common or not but something the females in my family have done is use a bit of the leftover juices in a gravy but also adding ina teaspoon of vegemite into the mix as well.
Tip two if you have kids double the apple sauce you make or buy.”