Even if it’s not the holidays, there’s always time for a Sage & Garlic Celebration Roast! This delicious grain “meat” roast is made by hand, wrapped in cotton netting and simmered to perfection. Stuffed with savory sausage-style stuffing of butternut squash, apples and mushrooms, this roast makes a unique and tasty delicacy. 1 lb. (454g) roast is $10.29.
My husband & I absolutely ADORE this Celebration Roast. (It's always our main course for Thanksgiving). I can't wait to have it again on New Year's Eve this year! Tip for those new to the product: my husband (who eats vegetarian products but who is not a true vegetarian) bastes it with olive oil, basil, and rosemary and, more importantly, cooks it in veggie broth. I only mention this because someone (in their review) said that the roast can be dry. If you cook it in a small amount of vegetable broth, I promise you that it will come out super moist (and delicious)! This "roast" never disappoints (at least not at our house)!
After looking for a while for the celebration roast, I was only ever able to find the Sage & Garlic roast for Thanksgiving. I decided to give it a try, and I was not disappointed. I will say, for anyone who has not tried this, I really recommend using Gravy on top of it, as ours did come out a bit dry by itself. We followed the instructions to baste the turkey with a little veggie broth, but I'm not sure that that alone helped with the moisture or not. I did add a bit of Tofurky Gravy, and it paired amazingly well with this. The flavors mixed together well, and it made the turkey texture 100% better. Overall, this turkey takes a 4/5 stars from me, but I'm so excited that I found something like this. If this was the only turkey alternative out there, I would be perfectly happy with that, but I'm also excited for next year to try different turkeys.
My husband & I just started Whole Food Plant Based way of eating. We found this at our local Kroger but have been unable to find it at any of the Krogers now for about 2 months. When will this be available again in our area? This is my husband's favorite of all the plant based "meats". He loves it!!
This is my all time favorite. We have it every Thanksgiving (as well as year round). My husband bastes it with oil and vegetable broth (and then cooks it in veggie broth) making it even more deliciously moist. A little bit of basil, rosemary,and fennel seed add to the incredible flavor. I really love all Field Roast products, but this one is totally addictive!
We have been buying this for years for a special treat or the centerpiece for our Thanksgiving dinner. It is absolutely wonderful! Even though it is expensive, you get several slices from each roast. Pair with mashed potatoes, gravy, green veg, cranberry sauce and you have a feast!