Sunday, July 26, 2009

Sunday Supper

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     This morning during church I leaned over and whispered to my husband, “Can we stop at Bob Stark’s after church ,and will you cook this afternoon?”

Silence (except for the sermon).

     “Yes.”

I smiled and re-focused my thoughts on the message.

     Bob Stark’s is a local meat market that has wonderful cuts of meat. These Sunday evening meals always include my father, who is the perfect dinner guest.

     Although he arrives really early, he leaves the minute he puts his fork down- usually saying,

I better go get my shot.” (He is diabetic.)

     My husband is a great cook and our menu tonight included his beans. Oh my gosh. They are amazing.

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     He then barbecued sirloins and pork ribs.

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     I sliced some tomatoes, made a green salad with ranch dressing, prepared some corn and steak fries.

IMGP0298      I hope you all had a wonderful Sunday afternoon.  I am off to clean the kitchen and find some ice cream.

21 comments:

blushing rose said...

What the recipe for those beans! Dinner looks good, any leftovers? TTFN ~Marydon

Domestic Designer said...

Yummy! You are lucky to have a husband that cooks. Mine can boil water.....I think. :-) Have a great evening!

Lin said...

Looks like it was a wonderful Sunday supper! I'd love it if my husband could/would cook something! Hope you found that ice cream!

Elizabeth said...

Would it be rude of me to invite myself over for the next Sunday Supper?! I'll help clean the kitchen. ;) Man, that looks sooo yummy!!

Marguerite said...

omg, I love Texas BBQ! It all looks dee-lish, especially those beans. My Dad eats with us regularly, too. We both are so lucky to have them at our table. Have a great week!

Carole and Chewy said...

Looks delicious, and now I'm starving! And you know when I use to talk in church, I was NOT rewarded with great food.....

Cathy said...

That settles it...next Sunday I am at your house for dinner;)!!! Yummy!!! I made tacos and they were great but this WINS!!! I think I could eat corn on the cob and sliced tomatoes everyday!!!

I hope ya'll had a wonderful weekend!!!
XOXO
Cathy

Crystal Rose Cottage said...

Yum! Looks delicious! So nice that your dad comes over every week for Sunday dinner....treasure the time you spend with him!
~Hugs, Patti

trash talk said...

While you are off cleaning the kitchen, mind if I look around for leftovers? Those tomatoes, corn and beans are whupping this chubby girl!
I will agree with Marguerite, y'all are both blessed to have your Dads at Sunday dinner. I miss mine...he did the cooking at our Sunday get togethers!
Debbie

Amy@TheLemonCottage said...

What time did you say Sunday Dinner was.... :)
YUM
~Amy

Glenda/MidSouth said...

Oh My - that looks so good. I should be there at what time for dinner? :-)

Marsha's Mpressions said...

Looks good! Wish I'd known I'd been right over! :)

Blondie's Journal said...

Oh, you sweet thing!! I would have been downing the ice cream as an incentive to clean up the kitchen!!

So happy you had a fun filled family meal, Laura!

xoxo
Jane

Kelly said...

Those beans look so good. Is it a recipe you can share or is it an old family secret?

Stacey said...

That sounds like the perfect summer dinner. Might do something similar today. Have a great Monday. :)

The Fajdich Times said...

Looks like a great Sunday dinner. It's is always better when someone else cooks it:)

Joy said...

Oh those beans look wonderful. Everything does. That is so neat that your daddy gets to come and eat with you.
Those tomatoes..did you grow them. Or are your tomatoe plants like mine. Fried!


Joy

Debbie's Garden said...

Wellll, we were doing the same thing Sunday, cookin. It looks yum-o-licious! The cleaning at the end definitely stinks.

Mid-Atlantic Martha said...

Oh wow! Did you save some for me?

Barbara said...

Laura, I am always on the lookoout for other Texas bloggers, so it is very nice to find you.

Your Sunday supper looks and sounds wonderful, my husband is the cook in our house except for the cajun dishes like gumbo, dirty rice, etc.

I am compiling a list of Texas bloggers and the list is growing in leaps and bounds.

Please come and see me and add your name as a follower.

Purple hugs,
Barbara

Vickie said...

Fabulous supper, Laura - We do our family thing on Saturday night usually. Looks like we have the same tastes in food, too!

Is that bean recipe one you can share? If not, that's fine. They just look so yummy! I've got some beans at home I need to cook. Have a good week!

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