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Sunday Sunday

Sunday, September 27, 2009

Every Friday is a cause for the majority of us to celebrate but I find that everyday is or should be a cause to celebrate! I enjoy Sunday because I get to cook healthy food & the food choices of my family & combine them to make them all happy! Today, I cooked ribeye steak, chicken breast, chicken thighs, broccoli, twice baked potatoes & spaghetti & meatballs.

I know what you're sayin, "Why on earth are you cooking all that food for?" Well, I found that I now I cook enough so that we have food Sunday, Monday & Tuesday & maybe stretch it to Wednesday. I only desire to turn the stove on twice a week & Sunday & maybe Wednesday are all I got. I some times make them tacos or fries or bring home take out. Even before the recession started I cut back on McDonalds & Burger King & became Queen of the Kitchen!

Now my kids call me at work & ask what am I cooking & can I cook them this or that. That is so amazing to me because my mom did cook all the time & I didn't have a happy meal until I was a teenager. I know this is shocking but most of my weight came after the birth of my 2 youngest sons. Men, they want it all & they get it! LOL I find that Sunday dinners are such a great time for us to come together after a day of worship service & hang out & have fun. I hope you all have a tradition or you should start one?! In any event, Happy Sunday, go forth & embrace the upcoming week!
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SHININGTHRU126 9/28/2009 10:22PM

    we always have sunday dinners - i don't cook for the week but i do clean and season my chicken (or whatever the meat that week is) so that all i have to do is take it out and cook it.

mcdonalds was a treat when i was growing up. we had it maybe a few times in the summer on the way back from some road trip. my parents were more into something like a real dinner so more often we'd have kfc.

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CCFIRECRACKER 9/28/2009 6:14PM

    i have always loved the idea of sunday dinners & am jealous of families that have those big sunday dinners after church. my grandma used to do that but by the time i came along she didn't live nearby.

nowadays, my family still isn't too nearby but i'd like to start some sort of tradition...even if it's just something *i* do on my own...a little "cc tradition"

great blog, dee!!! mwah emoticon

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STEPHANIE0904 9/28/2009 1:14PM

    Sunday is our one day we are almost always together - yesterday that was not the case emoticon I did cook three different things. One of those meals we will be having this evening when we will all be together emoticon You never know around our house. I usually do alot of cooking in a few hours on Sunday so all I have to do is put in on to warm up during the week - a great time saver!!!

Have a wonderful week!!!! emoticon

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GODZDESIGN95 9/28/2009 5:58AM

    Sounds like you had a busy weekend. It is hot in my neck of the woods. So I cook a Sunday meal and tell them eat up cause the kitchen is closed after dinner. emoticon emoticon emoticon

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GODZDESIGN95 9/28/2009 5:58AM

    Sounds like you had a busy weekend. It is hot in my neck of the woods. So I cook a Sunday meal and tell them eat up cause the kitchen is closed after dinner. emoticon emoticon emoticon

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IAMLOVINGIT 9/28/2009 12:50AM

    Hay Dee You sound like me when I had little one's Sunday and Wednesday was my days to cook. Fridays was eat out or take out Sat. was the Children day to cook and them back to Sunday. Now of course any time I cook They all are here looking to eat, or putting in request like my grandson. emoticon I do enjoy watching them eat. Thanks for sharing.


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DIVALICIOUS7 9/27/2009 10:28PM

    Great blog - It's only me & the cat, but I cook ALOT on Sunday myself. Then I can have lunches & dinner for the rest of the week!! It's my way to really relax & I'm a great cook.
Today I made grilled chicken, pork w/cabbage & peaches, & veal piccata, & saltimbocca.
Got my blueberries, strawberries & pineapple all frozen. I'm good to go.
Now it's time for a little TV - Miss Honey loves the animal channel & off to bed. Need to be up at 3:30am workout time is 4:30 Hugs!! emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon

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VERITY50 9/27/2009 8:31PM

    Great blog! I like to cook and eat a family dinner on Sunday after church also. It is the one day we are all at home at the same time for a sit down meal. I cooked baked chicken, cauliflower and reheated an African fried rice we had from yesterday. Made some ice tea for drinks. No dessert today. But I made some wheat and dairy free muffins - high fiber and little sugar - kids won't eat them but I froze them for me. I enjoyed your page. Thanks for the comment on my blog. See ya later!

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