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Very interesting but obviously they don't have a PSR at home which is why they go out to eat every Sunday lunchtime, nothing wrong with that I suppose.
My idea of a PSR happens in my home and nothing could be better as far as I'm concerned, roast beef one week, pork next time, brisket another week, lamb another (price permitting) and chicken on another Sunday, with all the trimmings every time, including home-made Yorkshire puds, (or even Tesco's own) and gravy to die for, I can smell/taste it now, mmm.
Of course I agree with their sentiment, Sunday lunch is quintessentially British and a tradition of which we should be proud. Long live Sunday dinners (at home).
You are not getting an invite Mr and Mrs W as you would never want to leave, but enjoy the rest of your survey round the area.
ALLAN J EYRE, Brookfield
| Gary and Jennifer Wake, of Marton have set up The Great British Sunday Lunch World Tour. Every Sunday, the pair head to a different local pub or restaurant in a quest to find the perfect roast.
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|Publication:||Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England)|
|Date:||Mar 30, 2013|
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