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September 11, 2012



My mother would have been horrified at the idea of going out to eat after church. I, on the other hand, love the idea! Times sure have changed!


My mom always made a big brunch after church - eggs, sausage, some kind of potatoes and muffins. funny, I don't have any memories of what we'd have for dinner on sundays...just brunch.

I think going out after church is a big thing in the south. I remember we'd always go out for "meat and three" when we visited my grandparents in southern Alabama. where "dinner" is always the noontime meal.


Mmm- I love the birthday dinner. Can I come to your house for my birthday???


meat and tatters-yum, and i love kabobs, great way to get veggies and protein without heating up the kitchen.


Those sounds good, especially the roast. I remember my parents had a photo of me with roast beef, mashed potatoes, a bowl of gravy, and green beans when I was 3 or 4. When I had my tonsils out, my last real meal in the hospital was roast beef, mashed potatoes and gravy and green beans, LOL

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