Sunday, 5 July 2009

Hello there beautiful girls!!
How are you all doing tonight? I think that we need a little giveaway just to brighten a cold winters night!! I have another boy/girl pack to post out!!!
Question is:
What do I normally cook for a family meal on Sunday nights???
It ain't rocket science....I'm sure that you can guess this one as you put your Sunday night roast into the oven!! I will look forward to reading your answers!!
Kathie
xoxo

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

LOL, sounds like a Sunday roast to me....It was family tradition when I was growing up, but I'm too slack to keep up the tradition. We have roast occasionally! Love them esp. lamb and pork, but I love them more when someone else cooks them for me!!! Pauly xx

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

Hehehehehe....Sunday Roast maybe???????? I always loveeeeeeeeee reading your stories! :):):):):):):):):):):)

vikkithescrapjunkie said...

Hi Kathie, Might it be a Sunday Roast?.. I have to agree with Pauly, it was always the sunday meal when i was growing up but i just dont seem to have the time to spend cooking a roast these days, we probably have it 3 or 4 times a year and i must say it always tastes better when mum cooks it ;).
Love n hugs
Vikki xx

Lita said...

I'm not putting my hat in the ring this time - I have been blessed enoguh in recent weeks! I simply wanted to say thank you for being such a generous soul!

Tiff Sawyer said...

Hi Kathie, thanks so much for your ongoing support, it means the world to me and guess what we actually had for dinner last night?? You guessed it but it tasted sooooo much better because hubby cooked it xx.

Anonymous said...

that would be your lamb with your vegies, including the onion. Been there for 1 of them, yum.
Rosemary.

Tracey said...

Geez....tough question Kathie....ummmm....I'm gonna go with Sunday Roast though!.....LOL
I used to do Sunday Roast every week too but now I like to NOT cook on the weekends. I think I deserve 2 nights off a week. If it comes in a tin or it can go from freezer to oven. Perfect!!!.....xxx

Heddie said...

Hi Kathie
No real challenge here, your Sunday roast dinner is a tasty treat for anyone lucky enough to be invited to share your table.
We had home made chicken soup with pasta- had a dose of the couldn't be bothered's...

Sue said...

Sunday roast...yum! (Any day roast, actually!) Unfortunately, roast lamb is off the menu in our house at the moment due to budget contraints, but I still do the yummy roast veges that normally go with it!

Rbarakat said...

Ok - so confession time!I am so crazy busy on Sundays that we go out to eat or order pizza! I am usually exhausted!LOL!

Cassie's Creations said...

UMMMMMMMMMM KATHIE,
AT A GUESS IT MAY BE A ROAST THAT YOU WOULD COOK ON A SUNDAY NIGHT,
I AM WITH A FEW OF THE OTHER GIRLS,ROAST WAS ALWAYS A SUNDAY TRADITION WHEN MY KIDS WERE YOUNGER,WELL ITS A DIFFERENT STORY NOW,LUCKY TO HAVE A ROAST ONCE A MONTH.PUTTING A ROAST IN THE CROCKPOT IS AWESOME THOUGH,UMMMMMM MELTS IN YOUR MOUTH...PERHAPS IM GOING TO SPOIL MY FAMILY & COOK US A ROAST ON SUNDAY NOW...
Cass xxx