@JeremyVineOn5 | 156,005 followers
Is this the end of the Sunday roast?

A quarter of cooks now say they’re less likely to prepare a Sunday roast because of the rising costs of ingredients, and keeping the oven on for so long.

But surely nothing beats a traditional roast? Will you keep having them?

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I will continue to have my Sunday roast, no natter what
 
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That photo is a poor excuse for a roast dinner! Looks more like a ready meal to me.
 
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I can’t believe it has come to this a discussion about whether you can afford to cook a Sunday dinner in this day and age. It’s unbelievable.
 
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Can be cooked in an air fryer, half the time and half the cost of cooking
 
 
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Yes. Love a roast with all the vegetables. Not so much in the summer but lovely Sunday winter treat
 
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Of course it isn't "the end of the Sunday roast". What a stupid question.
 
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Everything seems to be air-fryer and microwave to save energy. #JeremyVine
 
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Time to start cooking it on the barbie outside!
 
 
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I love a Sunday roast but hate cooking it - a waste of a Sunday morning prepping and cooking and clearing away afterwards. Only in the winter do I cook a roast and even then I wonder is it worth the hassle.
 
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A roast or carvery on a Sunday at home or in a pub yes please.
 
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The way the government making us poor, Pot noodles will be the new sunday dinner.
 
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Keep the roast do enough for two days and cook something else whilst the oven is on then it’s about the same cost.
 
 
Only have them on special occasions Christmas, Easter!
 
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We have a roast every Sunday the family get together and it's actually cheaper to feed a family with the home cooked filling meal than carryout or frozen meals
 
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We invested in an air fryer and we hardly use our oven now. It Cooks joints of beef, lamb etc BETTER than the oven.
 
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Yes I will always have it. Nothing beats a Sunday roast
 
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Today's phone in: should we ban the Sunday roast? Ffs.
 
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We have a Sunday roast and it is economical. Large Chicken (1.7kg/3.7lbs) £4.50. Put in roasting tin, cover with foil. Cook on No 3 for two hours, then No 6 for 1 hour. Remove from Oven. Place on plate. Using small sharp knife and fork remove ALL meat from the bones. contd
 
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Most definitely
 
 
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Love English roasts ..keep having it ..healthy and delicious ..can’t beat a English toast dinner ..maybe just look at planning and budgeting for meals
 
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This #TorySewageParty just keeps on giving doesn't it?
 
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