Sharing Sunday dinner

We’ve got a friend who lives on his own and has recently had surgery on his hand. How could we not invite him over for Sunday dinner, even if it means my other half will have to drive out to fetch him? The food will have to be easy to eat one-handed, so fork tender. As he’s got traditional tastes, I’m fixing Oven Pot Roast. Since it’s rather earlier in the season than when I posted that recipe, today’s version doesn’t have celeriac or leeks, but I’m adding chopped up patty pan squash and a bit of celery for extra flavour. And there will be seasonal fruit crisp fresh out of the oven for dessert.

Can’t wait!

Picture of meat and veg in open casserole

Here’s one I made earlier….

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I'm an American living in the UK, combining rural Mid-west ideas about food with a suburban coastal British reality. It's fun!

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12 comments on “Sharing Sunday dinner
  1. Your Mom says:

    This would be a great treat for most any nice meal!

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  2. Almost worth having an operation for!

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  3. Edith says:

    Hi Julie & Jonathan, Looks like you arrived back home. It was good to see both of you, and hope your trip back home went well. Sounds like you are back to cooking. I have made an apple crisp, which tasted good. Otherwise, I have been working outdoors trying to get ready for winter. Again, it was good to see you. Love, Edith

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  4. Looks great – so hearty!

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  5. Laura says:

    Looks yummy! What flavor crisp are you making? I’m getting ready to harvest some apples for apple crisp and a batch of apple butter.

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