Sunday Suppers cookbook Simple, Delicious Menus for Family Gatherings

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Disclosure: I received this book for review; post contains affiliate links that may generate commission when used. Opinions shared are mine.

It’s the time of year when we all take a deep breath…and some of us don’t release the breath until after Christmas.  Do you know the feeling?  One situation that tends to get me in a tizzy is menu planning – especially when I have to take meals and finger foods to all the places.  Sunday Suppers is my new go-to book for delicious Southern recipes that don’t take the entire day to prepare. This cookbook is perfect for the foodie on your Christmas wishlist.  It contains beautiful food photography.  If eating with your eyes isn’t enough, check out the recipe variety.  Most of the recipes contain “regular” ingredients that you can easily find at your local grocery store.  Use specialty ingredients to make the meal a stand-out, or choose traditional products for a more basic approach.  I appreciated the suggestions that are found in the margins and captions.  Believe it or not, I read cookbooks like this cover-to-cover.  My kids usually read over my shoulder and make their requests!

The recipes in Sunday Suppers can be easily doubled to serve a crowd.  Also, suggested side dishes are mentioned to create helpful pairings.  That’s so relevant during the holiday season, when we could be feeding 5 or 25 people at any given meal.  You might also want to make some of these recipes as gifts.  Who wouldn’t love a pretty pan of Caramel Mocha Sea Salt Cupcakes, or a basket filled with Hearty Italian Soup ingredients?   You’ll soon have sticky notes and dogeared pages decorating this cookbook.  Gather your loved ones around for Sunday Suppers.

Many thanks to the publisher for sending me this book.

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  1. Lisa Williams says:

    I would love to win Sunday Suppers because I have family gatherings and dinners almost every week and I would love to get some new and/or improved recipes other that my same dishes.

  2. Wendy Caddy says:

    I would like this cookbook because it has 50 “easy -to-make” main dishes and because it has dishes very different from what I usually make. I’d like to try making some new types of dinners.

  3. I would love to win this because many of the recipes remind me of our Sunday Suppers when I was young.

  4. Karley Moore says:

    I would like to win because I am always looking for new recipes. Thanks for the giveaway!

  5. My adult son is new to cooking for us around here and I think we could use it. He is a good cook he just is wanting suggestions,

  6. Now that I’m back in the South I want to get a handle on this good old-fashioned Southern cooking. These recipes make me miss my Mom!

  7. I’d like this because I’d love to have more recipes for simple and delicious suppers.

  8. Deborah W. says:

    I love the down-to-earth sound of the recipes. It’s published by Southern Living so it must have great recipes.

  9. I want to win so I can make some yummy dinners for my family!

  10. We could use some new ideas for family dinners!

  11. I would love to win this because I need all the help I can get in the kitchen, and we never know what we want to eat.

  12. Cheryl Chervitz says:

    I want to win this because I need new and good recipes. I’m getting bored with what I have.

  13. Jeanna Massman says:

    I love finding new recipes. Sunday Suppers sounds like it has a lot of great recipes.

  14. I love trying new recipes.

  15. Heather Amos says:

    I love to try new recipes. This looks like a great cookbook.

  16. I like that the recipes say easy to make lol And that there are tips and ideas also included.

  17. I want to win because I need new recipes. I always have the same old meals.

  18. Claudia Davis says:

    I love that there are photos for the recipes and that the ingredients are easy to find or that you might already have them!

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