A typical sunday meal

Saint Lucia
June 25, 2009 2:12pm CST
Now dont get me wrong.This is when most people feel incline to take time to cook a delicious meal for their family.Most of us work and therefore we have little time to do all our chores but family day is sunday.After church we sit around and have fun with each other.Now this is a typical sunday meal(thats just one of them)we have as a family. stewed pork baked chicken mashed potatoes sweet potato pie fig salad coleslaw beans lasagna creole rice wine juice tossed salad Now most of these are prepared our way.We have traditional ways of preparing our foods.And the foods are prepared in abundance so that sometimes you get sunday foods on monday.Here in st lucia eating is a way of life.With all those creole dishes we have and adding french,italian,american and english dishes makes it more fun.
3 responses
@carolscash (9500)
• United States
25 Jun 09
Having a traditional big meal cooked on Sunday doesn't usually happen here. We like to go to the local flea market and spend our Sundays outside so I usually don't cook a big meal. I think that we usually just eat a late brunch and then eat dinner but I am usually cooking it outside.
@flydanman (114)
25 Jun 09
Being from the UK our traditional meal on a Sunday is the Sunday Roast. Typical meats include roasted chicken, beef, pork, turkey or lamb. If you're feeling a little more extravagant, roast patridge or guneau fowl. With that I tend to serve yorkshire puddings, roast potatoes, sage and onion stuffing (with chicken, pork and turkey only), carrots and green beans (occassionally peas and broccli) and a gravy. That kind of cooking is my favourite to cook and also my favourite to eat.
@whywiki (6070)
• Canada
25 Jun 09
Sunday nights are great for cooking. I like roast beef and yorkshire pudding or baked chicken and stuffing.