Monday, December 17, 2012

Third Sunday Dinner

Chocolate Caramel Cheese Fondue
Third Sunday Dinner

Potato White Quinoa Soup
Third Sunday Dinner

More Food
Third Sunday Dinner
Third Sunday Pot of Soup
Cream of Pumpkin Cashew
      The Third Sunday Blog is all about Family, Friends, and Food.  It just happens that Third Sunday is an important day of the month for me to share food with family and friends.  Third Sunday is a four year old tradition that I have loved and enjoyed for the joy it has brought me, my family, and all who have come to our home over the years. Third Sunday Dinner came to be kinda by accident.  I love entertaining and love having people over to enjoy good food and friendship.
       So I started having people over on Sundays.  It started out getting to be to much of a time commitment for us and people started asking if dinner was this Sunday or next Sunday.  So I decided to make it easier on my family and our schedule by picking one Sunday of the month and sticking with it. 

        So for the past 4 years we have had Third Sunday Dinner every third Sunday for 11 months of the year.  We take a break in August, only because I am on the road and cannot be home.  But the rest of the year we have Third Sunday Dinner every third Sunday.  It is not the only time I open my doors to feed family and friends, but that is the consistent one.  We have any where from 30 to 100 people each month. 

      This blog will be about past, present, and future Third Sunday Dinners, and every other fun food activity that I get involved with.  You will learn that I have a deep love  and understanding of what food can do to build friendships, strengthen family bonds,  remove ethnic barriers, and unite people in a common cause, enjoying life through the foods we eat and building relationships with those we break bread with.

      After all life is all about food.   
Overflow to the  back yard on one Third Sunday Dinner


1 comment:

  1. How do you work the third Sunday dinners? Are they potluck or do you supply all of the food? Do you usually eat ourdoors?