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Question: What are you cooking on Sundays?
Sunday, March 19, 2017 at 04:17
Sundays are special days when most families together. Then every housewife tries to make a good meal for your household. Everyone gathers around Sunday lunch. What do you like to cook? I most like to cook chicken soup, boiled or baked potatoes with the meat, a salad and drinks. It is usually the case.
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Sunday, March 19, 2017 at 08:06
In my family, when I was a kid, Sunday lunch was always special, different than other days. Now I'm doing the same in his little family. Supa is required, boiled meat with tomato sauce and chicken fingers. This is my present to me. Dainty muffins for today, according to a new recipe!
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Something different every Sunday
Saturday, April 01, 2017 at 09:36
Actually I make something different every Sunday. The reason is that I'd like to experiment with something that I never try before if I have extra time. But if I have a limited time, I do something that I've done before based on what I have that day.
I normally hate to go to grocery on Sunday because it's too crowded. So, I shop on Friday and Saturday and whatever I have on Sunday morning, I improvise it.
This Sunday, I probably will make some Japanese food like Tempura. Duh!
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What are you cooking on Sunday?
Monday, March 20, 2017 at 06:26
This is a nice food question to answer.
Although I do not cook, but my wife love cooking rice and stew every Sunday, but for me I prefer cooking and eating of Eba every Sunday, because that is my favorite meal.
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Monday, March 20, 2017 at 18:48
Growing up my mum will always prepare rice and stew every Sunday, she calls it Sunday rice and that's how all our neighbours will cook rice for their family, I then thought rice must be cooked on Sundays, not until as I grow older I understood anything can be cooked on Sunday.
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Roasted meat and salad
Monday, March 20, 2017 at 14:04
I usually go for Sunday dinner a soup baked or fried meat, potatoes, salad, desserts and socializing with his family.
When the weather is nice we go on a picnic to a nearby lake and prepare the grill with the grill going and salad, and of course music.
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I cook Fried Rice
Monday, March 20, 2017 at 09:50
I cook fried rice on Sundays. The food is specially reserved for that day at my home. I like to prepare it every Sundays together with my siblings. The food is very popular in my country and known among the Southerners to be a special cuisine served mainly in wedding reception.
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Sunday, March 19, 2017 at 17:03
In my family Sundays are very important and my whole family love this day. This day is on the and of the week. On Sundays I am preparing many different meals for my most loved ones. On this day we are all at home and we eat together.
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Always the same
Sunday, March 19, 2017 at 12:14
Every week is the same ugly on my desk. I am Vojvodjanka. Here at home, on Sundays, lunch at 12 am, all together. It is always to the table cooked homemade chicken soup, meat that is roasted or boiled, boiled or baked potatoes, sauce as a side dish and salad. After lunch, the homemade cakes that are sweetened. That's already 20 years since I live with my husband. I always look forward to the same this Sunday lunch. It's like a ritual, indescribable.
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