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crown roast

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Definition of crown roast in English:

noun

A roast of rib pieces of pork or lamb arranged like a crown in a circle with the bones pointing upwards.
Example sentences
  • Remove the crown roast to a warmed serving dish, cover with a loose ‘tent ‘of foil and leave to rest for a good 15 minutes before carving.’
  • For Christians, the Sunday before last was Easter - a celebration of resurrection and an occasion, perhaps, for enjoying a crown roast.
  • Behind the fanfare of its form, a spectacular-looking crown roast is like any other roast - you just stick it in the oven.

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