We usually try to have Sunday dinner sometime early afternoon. Bob and the girls head back to church mid-afternoon for youth group. Depending on what they're doing and how much they chat after youth, they get home at a different time each week so it doesn't really work to have a family dinner later. It's always a meal we sit down to together, sometimes "fancy," sometimes not. Supper on Sunday nights is get what you can - leftovers, cereal, sandwiches, anything I don't have to fix for you.
Today's dinner was easy, but nice. I was thinking of grilling but Rosie Jane didn't want her pork chops grilled plus she said it would take too long for the grill to be ready (true). I did make her eat outside on the deck since it's a lovely day. We had boneless pork chops (seasoned with salt, pepper, and sage, cooked in the cast iron skillet), red potatoes, and Brussels sprouts fresh from the farmer's market. For the Brussels sprouts, I cleaned them, cut them in half, and put them in a shallow roasting pan. Drizzled with olive oil, salt and pepper, and chopped/minced garlic; gave it all a toss and cooked at 425* for about 20 min. When they were done I put them in a serving dish, gave them another light drizzle of olive oil and some balsamic vinegar, another toss and served.