From Kathleen Purvis’ blog I’ll Bite, at obsbite.blogspot.com:
I’ll confess: I gave up the Sunday dinner tradition long ago. I don’t know how my mother managed it every Sunday afternoon. By the time I get home from church, I’ve still got half the weekend’s chores left. Sunday supper is the best I can do.
The Good Housekeeping editors have a new book that maintains the tradition, though: “The Good Housekeeping Cookbook: Sunday Dinner Collector’s Edition” has more than 1,200 recipes that are basic but good, things that would be worth piling onto a platter and sitting down for dinner.
I picked out a recipe that uses artichokes and arugula to get a jump on spring. Don’t save it for Sunday. It would be good any night of the week.