Sunday Night Dinner

A little over a year ago, my family started having Sunday Night Dinner.

Why, hello there, cedar-plank salmon...

I have a pretty big, active family. There are a lot of schedules to coordinate and people to wrangle to make these dinners happen, but they do happen with a pretty decent consistency.

I enjoy these opportunities to see my brothers, catch up with my parents, and enjoy a little quality bonding as we try to savor the last hours of our weekends. With good weather on its way and the summer vacation for my younger brothers, I’m really looking forward to the next few  months of barbecue, sitting on the deck and a nice cold beer with family.

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