Slice 4 thin pieces of celebration roast. Put in toaster oven with 2 pieces of bread and toast. While that's toasting, mix a little ketchup, relish and vegenaise. Pull out toast, spread on vegenaise mix, and pile on the roast. I didn't have sauerkraut, otherwise I would have called it a ruben. Open a bag of chips, and voila dinner!
The celebration field roast is so versatile. It's great sliced for sandwiches cold or hot. You can bake it whole and serve as a centerpiece. You can fry slices or just toast them.
What I usually do is slice 2 pieces about 1/2 inches thick and simmer in a cup of vegetable broth. When hot, remove loaf and add a cornstarch slurry to make a gravy out of the broth. Yesterday, I added some extra chopped mushrooms to the gravy which made it even better.
The field roast sausages are really good too. Versitile as well, you can cook them whole and serve in sub rolls. Slice them up and serve in spaghetti or on pizza. Chop them up and put in burritos or pasta sauce. The other bonus is that the plastic "casing" is twisted sealed between each sausage and the unused sausages stay freshly sealed in the package, so they don't go bad quickly.
Iron Man was OK. Better than Daredevil and Spiderman, but not as good as Batman or X-men. I know this is Robert Downey Jr's blockbuster comeback, but really this film would be lost without him. He's funny. The weird facial hair works. The story is predictable, and the foreshadowing is so transparent, you know what's going to happen before it does. But, hey, it's a superhero comic book story, and it delivers. Also there's NO WAY Gwenneth could possibly run in those shoes. No way.