Making Sunday Lunch

 

We almost always have a big Sunday lunch — And I try to plan ahead so that I don’t come up too much amiss at the last minute.

A few weeks ago, we stopped at our son’s home for a short visit after taking Rachel to Ohio.  Raph and Gina had been gone to a meeting, but insisted that they wanted to feed us supper.  We had the best enchilada dish and I knew it was something pretty speedy because they had made it after they came home from the meeting, and slipped it into the oven just as we got there.  Then it only took about 20 minutes to bake.  It was some kind of GOOD!

Daughter in Law Gina said that she had gotten it out of the Simple and Delicious magazine.  That pleased me right muchly, too, as I have given subscriptions to that magazine to my daughter and to my Sons’ wives, and I love it that they actually are useful to them.

So I came home and looked it up.

 

And made it once — now I’ve made it again for lunch tomorrow:

Almost done . . .

 

 

And finished!!!

What a good feeling!  Now to bake a few pies and throw together a salad, and the meal will be ready as soon as we get home from church!

THANKS, Reiman Publications, for your Simple and Delicious Magazine!!!

 

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5 responses to “Making Sunday Lunch

  1. looks yum!  I have been trying to decide what to make for us for lunch tomorrow………. still not sure!

  2. I’ll have to try that – I always need something simple and relatively quick!

  3. It does mean a lot when you find a gift is really appreciated.  That recipe is going in my file.  Although I am not doing much cooking these days.

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