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So What's for Sunday Dinner

post #1 of 28
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I hadn't been planning on doing anything special for Sunday Dinner however my brother stopped by earlier with some fresh produce from his garden and now I feel inclined to cook some of it.

So the winner is:
Roast Beef
Fresh Pink Potato's
Green Beans, Baby Carrots and pearl Onions
Gravy
and for dessert
Raspberries

It is going to be a feast, and of coarse the kitties will get a piece of roast beef, and for Linus a cooked carrot because he doesn't realize cats aren't suppose to like vegetables.
post #2 of 28
Sounds excellent, so what time should I come over?

I think we are going out to eat tonight.
post #3 of 28
I hadn't thought of anything for lunch yet, it is just me.

Might go to Wendy's and get some chili.
post #4 of 28
Mmmm...souonds delicious. Nothing beats fresh garden veges too!

I think we'll have steak, roast red potatoes, cauliflower and I'm going to make some Yorkshire puds 'cos we haven't had those in the longest time.
post #5 of 28
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Originally Posted by pushylady View Post
Mmmm...souonds delicious. Nothing beats fresh garden veges too!

I think we'll have steak, roast red potatoes, cauliflower and I'm going to make some Yorkshire puds 'cos we haven't had those in the longest time.
I have been craving yorkshire pudding for about three weeks, DH is out of town so i haven't really been cooking, wish we had "British" resturant (sp) around here. I swear I can smell roast beef & pudding right now. I'm really thinking about making for dinner and bringing leftovers to son & future daughter in law.
post #6 of 28
Saugages, mashed potatoes, runner beans and gravy tonight........and possibly a glass or two of chilled chardonnay!!
post #7 of 28
I think I'll probably have a cobb salad tonight (then I'll finish it off with some Ben and Jerry's Cherry Garcia ). My husband is working a 12 hour shift today and won't be around for dinner, so nothing fancy.
post #8 of 28
my dinner was chips and sausages since i started work at 6:30 am I had dinner at 4 pm
post #9 of 28
We are grilling out Lake Michigan whitefish caught last week (and purchased as farmers market!!)
Then using my new grill saute pan and having snow peas,carrots, zucchini, green beans and portobello mushrooms tossed in a vinagrette dressing first.
I have new baby red potatoes and will cook some of those too.
post #10 of 28
steak, baked potato and fresh corn on the cob

post #11 of 28
Don't know we are still arguing about it. I'll keep you posted!!
post #12 of 28
Hubby is making kabobs with chicken, tomatos, squash, onions, mushrooms, and sweet peppers.
post #13 of 28
We are having sushi!
post #14 of 28
One of my frozen meals. Shrimp Creole with rice and whole green beans.
post #15 of 28
We had meatloaf (made with ground turkey), baked sweet potatoes and string beans. Mmmmmm
post #16 of 28
We had roast beef made on the rotisserie on the bbq, mini potatoes, corn on the cob, salad and buns. For dessert we had blueberry coffee cake and rolo ice cream. I am still eating the dessert.
post #17 of 28
The saute pan worked pretty well on the grill however one needs a silicone glove or welding gloves as the metal handle gets pretty warm!!
The fish took like 5 minutes!! Faster than I could cook inside-I'll have to get some more fish next time I'm at the farmers market!!
post #18 of 28
I cooked a Red Baron Pepperoni with Garlic crust pizza (and managed to burn the roof of my mouth ) It was quite tasty.
post #19 of 28
I made fritattas (sp?) for the first time. Egg, cheese, salt/pepper, diced tomato/onion/beans/peas/carrot and sausage. Ended up making 9 in the muffin tray


oooo yummy
post #20 of 28
We had honey bbq chicken with rice and creamed corn. MMMMMMMMMMMMM!!!!!!!
post #21 of 28
We just had cheeseburger and hotdogs on the grill, with potato salad (store bought, but their receipe is out of this world!) and corn on the cob. A nice summer meal. MIL and SIL came over (from down the road) so we had a little picnic inside.

Umm...what exactly is in yorkshire pudding? Doesn't one of the english puddings include ox blood or cow blood or something? Or, is it more like a bread pudding? Just curious.
post #22 of 28
Black pudding is fat and pigs blood cooked till congealed then cooled down (oh yum yum) lol

Yorkshire is made out of egg/flour milk.

Haggis is sheeps heart/liver/lungs & spices boiled in its stomach




I'm not hungry now *sighs*
post #23 of 28
I made baked ziti last night so we had that! With some good garlic bread too!
post #24 of 28
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Originally Posted by Dragoriana View Post
Black pudding is fat and pigs blood cooked till congealed then cooled down (oh yum yum) lol

Haggis is sheeps heart/liver/lungs & spices boiled in its stomach
*gags* That sounds disgusting!!!
post #25 of 28
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Originally Posted by Dragoriana View Post
Black pudding is fat and pigs blood cooked till congealed then cooled down (oh yum yum) lol

Yorkshire is made out of egg/flour milk.

Haggis is sheeps heart/liver/lungs & spices boiled in its stomach




I'm not hungry now *sighs*
Ok, I knew one of them had blood in it! Yorkshire pudding sounds pretty good though. May have to find a receipe for that one.
post #26 of 28
we had steak and fruit cups.
post #27 of 28
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Originally Posted by Dragoriana View Post
Black pudding is fat and pigs blood cooked till congealed then cooled down (oh yum yum) lol

Yorkshire is made out of egg/flour milk.

Haggis is sheeps heart/liver/lungs & spices boiled in its stomach
post #28 of 28
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Originally Posted by calico2222 View Post
Ok, I knew one of them had blood in it! Yorkshire pudding sounds pretty good though. May have to find a receipe for that one.
Yorkshire is kind of like a popover. My mom used to make individual in muffin pan, but it is so much better cooked around a roast, get's the flavor of the meat. I am making tomorrow for dinner as DH will finally be back.
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