I can't think of a menu for sunday dinner that'll please both adults and kids. please help!
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a roast chicken or pork roast with mac and cheese! add a salad and bread
Lisanne is a trusted home cook.
Roasted chicken, roasted potatoes. Many vegetable choices: roasted cauliflower, broccoli, or cole slaw. Kids will eat whatever is good and flavorful!
Is it for a special occasion or an ordinary Sunday dinner? Casseroles can be pleasing to both adults and children, especially if it's something fun like Tater Tot casserole. A traditional roast beef with potatoes and carrots can also be a hit with grown ups and little ones. For something a little fancier a small turkey roasted in the oven with mashed potatoes or roasted potatoes, side dish of asparagus.
just an ordinary sunday dinner.
HalfPint is a trusted home cook.
I would make Spaghetti & Meatballs which most kids and adults love.
Nancy is a trusted home cook.
I recently heard of a wedding where the whole party was served the food that would normally be served at the kids' table (like sliders and chicken fingers), on the grounds that everyone gravitated there and nibbled away anyway. Mostly a big hit (except for a few old timers who thought it wasn't somehow dignified enough.)
If your family is up for this sort of thing, you could serve the same dishes for all, just have a couple more complicated or stronger tasting sauces for the adults, and different drinks.
End with an easy, fun dessert...ice cream bar, waffles, brownies or the like.
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Sunday Pot Roast Supper, the most requested dinner of family and friends. I created this for my husband, however Sunday supper growing up was pot roast too. Recipe is posted under my profile.
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