Sunday, July 26, 2009


I've always tried to make Sunday dinner easy at our house. With busy church schedules and a desire to eliminate as much kitchen work and mess as possible, I've found a few tried and true ideas that I tend to go back to often. So if you're looking for a quick and eay Sunday supper, try one of these:

Stouffer's frozen Vegetable Lasagna, green salad, Rhode's rolls.

OUR FAMILY'S FAVORITE PASTA SALAD with a loaf of sliced Italian bread and butter. I make the pasta salad up on Saturday.

CROCK POT TACOS - just cook up the taco meat, add seasoning mix and water, and put in the crock pot on low. It will be well seasoned, hot and tasty when you come in from church. Chop / grate the toppings on Saturday so it's ready to serve.

PERDUE OVEN READY ROASTER with Potato Pearls, pan gravy, frozen nuke-in-bag baby peas. - This is a new addition to my Sunday-dinner repertoire. I bought one last week to see what it was like, and we all loved how it tasted! Best of all, it was a snap to cook and clean up, and there was enough meat for two dinners (we had chicken quesadillas the following night.)
Here is what it looks like (before and after) -

TUNA SALAD SANDWICHES AND TOMATO SOUP. Make up the tuna salad on Sat and simply heat up some soup to go with it. It never hurts to have a pan of brownies for dessert. :-)

CROCK POT PULLED PORK SANDWICHES I use McCormick pulled pork seasoning mix, a 3 lb. pork loin and a crock pot, to make delicious pulled pork sandwiches for Sunday dinner. Serve with deli cole slaw and potato chips, or make a macaroni salad on Sat. evening so you have it ready for a quick after-church dinner. All you have to do is pull the pork - the rest is ready to go.

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