What’s for Dinner? Sunday Link up #183

Sunday Dinner – remember those? Today is National Sunday Supper day! You can thank Isabel Laessig of Family Foodie. In 2012, her and some other bloggers did a virtual Sunday supper, stressing the importance of families cooking and eating together. I like this idea.

I remember as a kid, no matter how busy the week was, we always had Sunday supper – a meal a little earlier than our week night dinner, where everyone sat around the table together. Sharing food and conversation was what it was all about.

So I challenge you to a Sunday Supper. Tell us what you’re planning – and let us know…

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So come on in and party with us!

Share as many RECIPES as you’d like!

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 Here are the some Sunday Supper ideas that were shared last week:

 Please stop by and visit our featured bloggers – next week might be you!

We’ll start our Sunday Supper off with the soup course. The kittchen shared this beautiful Roasted Tomato Soup with Cheesy Toast. This will start the meal off right!

Tomato Soup with Cheesy Toast | This recipe is a new way to serve a classic meal. Tomato soup and grilled cheese belong together. Instead of serving a sandwich with my tomato soup, I served my tomato soup with cheesy toast on top. #soup


That should warm us up and get us ready for the main course – Pork Loin Boneless Ribeye Roast from 2 Dishing Divas.

Pork Loin Boneless Ribeye Roast

Potatoes would go great with this roast. How about these Easy Oven-Roasted Red Skin Potatoes from Home Cooking Memories? Look good don’t they!

Easy Oven Roasted Red Skin Potatoes Recipe

And it’s just not Sunday Supper without dessert! Here’s a soul warming (and belly warming) recipe for Easy Cast Iron Skillet Fruit Cobbler from Comfort Spring. It looks delicious!

Fruit cobbler


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22 Responses to What’s for Dinner? Sunday Link up #183

  1. Shannon says:

    Family suppers are so important!
    We go to church on Sundays, so my favorite thing to do is put something in the slow cooker so it can start cooking while we are there. This means I can relax before the meal, too, instead of working hard to prepare it. :-)

  2. Carol says:

    Thanks for hosting each week and for featuring my fruit cobbler. A great way to start the week!

  3. Marilyn says:

    Thank you Helen for another delicious party! I finally am ahead of the game posting my Valentine’s Day selections. I hope your weather doesn’t get too bad. It really is winter in the states! Enjoy your week.

    • HelenFern says:

      I wish we had some snow – just lots of rain here in Oregon. Can’t wait to go check out your Valentine’s Day goodies! Have a wonderful week Marilyn and thanks for joining our party week after week!

  4. Miz Helen says:

    Hope you are having a good weekend, we are having a break in the rain, I am beginning to think we live up in your part of the country. Thanks so much for the party, I appreciate you!
    Miz Helen

    • HelenFern says:

      thanks for sharing your amazing food every week!! Our rain has tapered off for the time being – now it’s just cold! Have a wonderful week ahead!

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  6. So many great recipes! That Tomato Soup looks phenomenal!

  7. Emily says:

    Thank you SO much for featuring our Pork Loin Roast! We truly appreciate your support and enjoy your party each week.

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  11. Mareliz says:

    Thank you so much for hosting. I brought our favorite spring rolls back home. Have a lovely week.

  12. Teresa says:

    Thank you for hosting!

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