Sunday dinner for a cold snowy and rainy day.


Good morning ,afternoon or evening to you all.

Since as a child, I remember those Sunday dinners that my beloved Grandma made. After Church , I recall the house smelling like good food for the meal was done before we went to church and all we had to do was to heat it up some and eat.

Life was so easy as a child, I tell you. All I had to do was go to Church (I always enjoyed it) go to school, play with friends and cousins, be a good kid and stay out of trouble. And enjoy my Grandmas cooking with my loving family.

I understand that not all people had that kinds of life, and I will say mine was not perfect. There have been some sour kids at school that seemed like something from another planet…but knowing they don’t live with me I was happy about that,

What I loved most was Chicken and Fish. Still do as I think about it. Easy on the tummy more so than beef for me. LOL!

My baked chicken is very easy to do. It is easier than fried. If I can get a whole chicken on sale , I will cut it up like you see below.

Ingredients: Just in case you choose to make it are very simple. Seasoned salt and black pepper to taste. Just sprinkle the seasonings on lightly on your chicken. It can be a whole uncut or cut up like I did. Place your chicken on a buttered baking dish at 350 degrees for about 45 minutes. Or until it looks like mine where the skin is nice and brown and crispy.

My husband loves potatoes. Loves them mashed even better!

Ingredients: 6 – 3 inch fresh peeled potatoes in a pot just covered with water. Then boiled until tender. Drain water. Add 1 stick of butter, 1/2 cup of milk, salt to taste and 1/4 teaspoon of black pepper. Simple stuff. Just use your mixer to make it smooth and fluffy.

Now we like peas. I just heat up some frozen peas.

As for dessert, I might just make Jello. Depending on the timing and how many other thing I need to get done during the day.

Enjoy your Sunday dinner with your family, friends or only just with the LORD. The LORD is always with us no matter where we are.

Cool!

Peace!

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