Sunday Dinner at 3:00, won't you join us? Let tradition begin.

Chicken Baked with Peaches, Thyme and Dijon, Cilantro Brown Rice and Red Potatoes, a crisp vegetable tray with Parsley Buttermilk and Parmesan Cheese Salad Dressing, along with Three Ingredient Nutella Brownies for dessert! Our suggestions for your own Sunday Dinner at 3:00...

Who sits around your dinner table is more important than what sits upon it ready to be enjoyed, by all who gather. This was a given in my childhood family home. And truthfully we were no wealthy, so not every dinner was a roast or other special cut of meat, cooked to perfection. But Sunday dinner was always special. Food cooked with love and served with pride, no matter what was dished up into serving bowls and platters. 

In my family of origin home, we always enjoyed Sunday dinner, a Sunday drive, and once home again, dessert. To me, in the child's heart that has remained, is the perfect Sunday afternoon! The food changes, even the sights, places, and routes enjoyed on our drives changed through the year, but one thing remained the same. Sunday dinner was at 3:00, won't you please join us, in this tradition...

Our suggestions for your own Sunday Dinner at 3:00.


Chicken Baked with Peaches, Thyme and Dijon, our suggestion for Sunday Dinner at 3:00.

Chicken Baked with Peaches, Thyme, and Dijon. Who says delicious must be complicated? Not around here, I assure you. Sometimes the easiest dishes are the tastiest! Plus easy offers time to visit and enjoy yourself as well...

Cilantro Brown Rice and Red Potatoes, our suggestion for Sunday Dinner at 3:00.

Cilantro Brown Rice and Red Potatoes is the perfect earthy side dish to enjoy with chicken, especially Chicken Baked with Peaches, Thyme, and Dijon. Plus this is a pressure cooker/instant pot recipe leaving you free to attend to other tasks or you could simply visit with family and friends. 


Parsley Buttermilk and Parmesan Cheese Salad Dressing and a large tray of veggies for dipping, our suggestion for Sunday Dinner at 3:00.

Arrange a large platter with sliced tomatoes, carrot sticks, broccoli florets, and celery. Offer a bowl of this delicious Parsley Buttermilk and Parmesan Cheese Salad Dressing, for dunking and drizzling. Sometimes the secret to getting folks to eat more veggies is to offer, but not actually serve...

And for dessert after that Sunday drive...

Three Ingredient Nutella Brownies, our suggestion for Sunday Dinner at 3:00.


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  1. I love your Sunday dinner story! I always enjoy hearing/reading about people's food traditions and childhood food memories.

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  2. Beautiful Sunday dinner!! Thanks for sharing at the What's for Dinner party!! Hope your week is going great.

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  4. Your post is awesome and thanks so much for sharing it with us at Full Plate Thursday,510. Hope you are having a great week and come back soon!
    Miz Helen

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