Sunday was a day set apart in other ways. When we did not go to the grandparents' we usually had guests. Mother cooked a real "Sunday Dinner,"which, after the Depression, meant pot roast or chicken, gravy, potatoes,and a vegetable. We seldom had salad or rolls or extras of any kind, but there was dessert even if only canned fruit and store-bought cookies. Occasionally, we had the very special treat of a cake bought from the breadman who came every day with his horse and wagon and carried his basket to our door.
-Elisabeth Elliott, from The Shaping Of A Christian Family
So I'm curious, what did you have for "Sunday Dinner"?