Braised Beef Country Ribs
Sunday dinners have always been special. “Dinner” time was anywhere between 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. after church and when my entire family would gather at the common table. Monday through Saturday we called it lunch, but Sunday we fancied up the meal and referred to it as Dinner.
I have tried for 42 years to keep this Sunday tradition. A big Sunday meal where we all would gather. The all now consists of my husband and I but according to him, I still cook as if there is an army that needs to be fed. He is right but hey, it takes as much work to cook for two as it does for four or five.
Here is a taste of Sunday dinner now.