Sunday, June 09, 2019

Sunday Cooking

We decided to cook big today, so Belle set the menu.  Pork chops ad rice, purple hull peas cooked withh tasso, Cole slaw, okra and tomatoes, and cornbread.  We figured we'd be feeding a dozen people, ad wound up feeding thirteen, so there was plenty.

Belle working her magic on the pork chops.
Around here, we feed from youngest to oldest, and the grandkids are first in line. 

That's grandson, Lucas, building his plate with assistance from Dad.

Now, early in the afternoon, all the dishes are washed and the leftovers are put away.  We're getting ready for Moday.  It's going to be a big week, with lots to do.  Wed best get at it.


Judy said...

Amen on feeding the youngest first. We also send the elderly through the line at the same time as the mamas-n-little ones so if they need help with holding plates, cups of coffee and such, someone is available for them.

Old Grafton said...

Church Potluck Dinner today, same here--little ones and their Mommas, the elderly all first thru the line while we old geezers assist any of those who need it. It's a joy to help and there's plenty for all, and the takeouts for the home-bound are prepared before the rest of us. The Lord Provides!