My grandmother was a Russian Jew. She was wild, eclectic and knew how to make a jam up meal. Every Passover it was brisket, at Chanukah is was matzoh ball soup and latkes, on Saturdays we had pirogies...and while she cooked, I was underfoot and sipping orange pekoe tea out of one of her china cups. We didn't have many Sunday dinners (we were Jewish), but Saturday dinners for families just didn't sound right for this share.
Food is so much more than physical nourishment. It brings people together, it provides shared enjoyment, it lifts the spirit, and it opens hearts. Our family loves to gather around our table. We enjoy inviting friends, but even more, we enjoy cooking together! I would be remiss not to invite you to our GIFT365 challenge if you aren't already participating. It is a life-changing way of doing meals as a family and intentionally creating a culture of togetherness.
1. Sunday Roast
You can call this Sunday Roast, but it is much more - it's a one pot meal done the old school way, slow and savory. This roast melts in your mouth and you will be so happy that you made it!
2. Shepherd's Pie
This only can be called Shepherd's Pie if you use lamb, okay? Otherwise you made Cottage Pie. Cottage Pie is fine and dandy. Just please use the right name or my British college professor will come after me for leading you astray!
3. Lemon Pepper Chicken & Rice
This one is a SarahRuth original. No one led me here, I just found this amazing mix of flavors all on my own. I hope you love it as much as our family does.Recipe Cards - One Pot Sunday Dinners