I averaged this score to a four-star, since the roast beef was a 3, but the yorkshire pudding was a 5. The beef was pretty standard and a little dry. It didn't make any drippings, so I used butter for the yorkshire puddings. I had to use a different cut of beef (bottom round, if I remember correctly) and there wasn't a lot of fat on it, so I'm sure that had something to do with the meat being so dry and there being no drippings. The yorkshire puddings were exactly how I remember them from childhood when my mom used to make them though, and they were just great. I'll make those again, though probably with a different main course. I served this with "Mushy Peas I" from this site, and dinner was fantastic.
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I averaged this score to a four-star, since the roast beef was a 3, but the yorkshire pudding...