Sunday dinner, served within the hour of returning from church, has been a tradition I have carried with me from early childhood. My mother and my grandmother made an affair out of sunday dinner. It was a big meal with all the extras. Often there were others who joined us for dinner and brought along other dishes to share. Those were long afternoons when have guests was exciting to us children and the days played out at the whims of us children - tree climbing, hopscotch, even the trampoline. Let's have a sunday dinner on the grounds. Everyone is invited. I am bringing - Roast chicken (baked in a clay baker) Fresh beets - both the roots and the tops prepared in 2 dishes Glazed fresh carrots Roasted potatoes with onions, garlic and rosemary Fresh baked rolls (from Katie's recipe I tweaked for dinner rolls) Iced Tea (and/or other beverages) I will reserve the beet juice (and any beet slices left over) and make pickled eggs from JoeBryant's Pink Pickled Egg recipe. The chicken carcass and any leftover carrots and potatoes will go into a stew pot for another meal. What will you add to the groaning table? I'll be adding a couple recipes later when I can type them out.