Saturday, December 9, 2006

Sunday Dinner, December 19, 2006

Time for my Sunday Dinner post again. As usual lately, this has been a busy week and time has gotten away from me. I have to go prepare part of my dinner for tomorrow as soon as I get this posted. I've been so busy with Jessica and Jason's wedding that I haven't had time to cook before now.

from the wedding are posted
below for those interested***

Now for my Sunday Dinner....I'm going to make a meatloaf, mashed potatoes, green beans, and whole kernal corn or another vegetable. I also have plenty of wedding
cake for dessert. If you saw the picture, I have the entire second layer! Jessica has the top layer, and about a third of the biggest, bottom layer was left. Jessica shared it with some of the family, but I still got the middle layer, so we'll have that for a sweet after our Sunday Dinner. And for snacks...and for Monday sweets...and snacks..and on and on. Better to have too much rather than not enough.

Now you....What are you cooking for Sunday Dinner? Going out to eat? Where? And
what do you plan to order? Just share your menu and/or plans in the comments.

Gotta cook still, and Diane is TARD tonight. I wish everyone the Joy of the Christmas season, and love to share.


Dawn said...

YOu have had a busy week! I think you should go out. We're taking the two girls and spouses out for dinner tomorrow for their birthday - they celebrated together and with a cousin and husband Friday night, but this will be immediate family. We're going to Outback.

Now on to see the wedding pix.

Barb said...

A big pot of beef stew and some homemade bread for us, Diane. But heck, who cares about that? I'm off to see the wedding!


Sue said...

Meatloaf is one of Bill's favorite dinners! But tonight we're having gnocchi, Chicken Parmesan, salad, fresh green beans and garlic bread.
For dessert: pecan pie with Cold Stone Ice Cream.
Enjoy that wedding cake! It looked so beautiful (and delicious too)

Rachel said...

Oh, I loved the slideshow from the wedding!! Your daughter is so pretty and she looks like her Mom!!

Sunday dinner was 2 Krystal cheeseburgers and Diet Coke. Yeah, not very good. Then snacking the rest of the afternoon!

PEA said...

I had a hamburger and onion rings from our local take-out Harvey's...I was too pooped to cook after wrapping presents all day!! hehe

Sandy said...

I just saw the wedding pics and everyone looked so happy and beautiful. It looks like a wonderful day. A Christmas wedding is always so magical with the dark red and green with the white. You must be so proud.

on the Rock said...

Mmmm... I need to learn how to make meatloaf.

And your daughter looks stunning on her wedding day! What a beautiful slideshow!

Anonymous said...

Hi Diane, the wedding photos look fabulous. Congratulations to the happy couple.
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Renny Bakke Amundsen said...
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Renny Bakke Amundsen said...

Too long since I've been visiting I can tell - sorry! The wedding post and pics where great - thanks for sharing!

Btw: Hope you'll find time to come over course I have a special Norwegian traditional dish ready for you:-)

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Linda said...

I tried to email you Diane, but it wouldn't come up. Thank you so much for your prayers. I knew you would pray for us. You're a wonderful friend.