Hey, friends! Welcome, welcome! It’s time for another edition of Sunday Supper! Time to catch up and share some great recipes!
Jack’s been a little under the weather this week, so I’ve taken some time away to be with him. I’m so blessed to have a career that allows me the flexibility to work from home so that I’m close to him. He’s feeling much better and is excited about getting back to camp this week! With school starting back in a few weeks, I really enjoyed having some time with him – even if he wasn’t feeling the best.
On the house front, the framing of Chinaberry House has really taken off. I posted a big update over on the blog detailing our choices for things like brick, shingles, faucets, and more! It’s so fun to see it start coming together!
This week’s menu is all about comfort. For me, hamburger steaks are one of those comforting, stick-to-your-ribs kinds of food. And, in our house, we just can’t have hamburger steaks without mashed potatoes, so I’m sharing my Mom’s recipe with a secret (not-so-secret) ingredient. Roasted Broccoli is something we do often, so that will be on our plates, too. For dessert, I’m craving coconut cream pie. And be sure to check out the Cherry Limeade from my friend Holly over at Life in the Lofthouse! It looks so refreshing and just perfect for these sweltering summer days!
Hope y’all have an amazing week!
There's just something comforting about a hamburger steak. I grew up eating them and they're still one of our favorite meals. They're easy, hearty, and that gravy is perfect over mashed potatoes!
Speaking of mashed potatoes, my Mom's recipe for Mashed Potatoes is my absolute favorite and is the recipe we make most often. She uses a secret (or not so secret) ingredient that makes them light, fluffy, and filled with flavor!
We need some green on this plate, so I'm making my Roasted Broccoli. Roasting broccoli adds great flavor and is just about the only way I can get my family to eat it!
I'm craving pie. Coconut Cream Pie to be exact. So this Old Fashioned Coocnut Cream Pie is on the menu for this week. Pile the whipped cream high and eat up!
What caught my eye this week...
Maybe it's the crazy heat around these parts, but refreshing drinks have been on my brain all week. Jack and I even went to Sonic for a Cherry Limeade and I saw this super delicious recipe from Holly over at Life in the Lofthouse in my feed when we got home. I can't wait to make my own!
Susan W Hines
Stacey, Although I read your blog often and have enjoyed making several of your recipes. I think these new Sunday Supper posts are fantastic. What a great idea! Thank you so much for sharing with readers and good luck with the new house. It looks beautiful!
Thanks so much, Susan! I’m so glad that you’ve enjoyed Sunday Supper!
Your cracker salad THRILLED me when I saw it. I grew up eating saltines spread with Mayo and topped with a piece of tomato. I make the salad with the tiny little saltines and a bit of diced onion. My coworkers think I’m nuts but it is soooooo good. Thank you for your hard work
I made a whole new recipe called “Lisa’s Cracker Salad” with your changes! That sounds fantastic! Your coworkers don’t know what they’re missing!
It’s my pleasure, Lisa!