Win 10 Australian Women’s Weekly Sunday Roast And Baking Collection Cookbooks Worth $450 (CLOSED)

by | May 14, 2013 | 130 comments

Win 10 Australian Women's Weekly Cookbooks Worth $450

 

Almost 18 years ago I bought my first two cookbooks off the streets of Mumbai. One was a mini cookbook by Family Circle and the other was a pre-loved dog eared copy of the Australian Women’s Weekly Chinese Cookbook. I cherished them like the prized treasure they were. Little was I to know that the simple act of buying a cookbook would spur a madness, an addiction that would last a lifetime. Almost 800 cookbooks later and counting, I still have my first ones sitting proudly on my shelf.

 
And I haven’t stopped buying the Australian Women’s Weekly series which is iconic and stands the test of time here in Australia. They have it all covered, from breakfasts to dinners and everything in between triple tested. A few weeks ago I was sent two new expansive compendiums from the Australian Women’s Weekly coffers – The Sunday Roast and The Baking Collection. Because I have been through my collection of AWW’s cookbooks on countless ocassions, I could see that the new books contained some recipes from older cookbooks. But what a treat these new cookbooks were.
 
 
AWW - The Sunday Roast Cookbook Review
 
 
The AWW Sunday Roast is a great cookbook to have if you have a large family and/or entertain a lot. Having said that, there are some pretty nifty recipes that you could make for two as well. In a bid to bring back the Sunday Roast tradition, this new offering from AWW is full of inspiration and features traditional roasts of duck, lamb, pork, quail, beef and chicken while also exploring Asian and Middle Eastern roasts. A chapter dedicated to vegetables explores vegetarian tarts, dressings, soups, sides and salads while a chapter dedicated to the sweet tooth has all your dessert needs sorted with recipes for crumbles, pies, trifles and dainty after dinner treats.
 
 
AWW - The Baking Collection Cookbook review
 
 
The AWW Baking Collection is a feast for the eyes with cakes, biscuits, pies, puddings and heaps more. A commemorative book to celebrate 80 years, it has standout recipes like Spices Of The Orient teacake, Fig And Walnut Tart, Caramel Apple Whoopie Pies and a whole section on savoury pastries and breads. The pictures are delectable and there is plenty to try out from simple to mid-level. I couldn’t really find a recipe that looked too hard, maybe time consuming, but not too hard.
 
So now that these two books have your next gathering sorted, who wants to win a set consisting of both books?? Thanks to the wonderful guys at Australian Women’s Weekly, I have 5 sets of two books (each worth $90) worth 450 up for grabs.
 
 

TO WIN

 
1. You MUST HAVE AN AUSTRALIAN POSTAL ADDRESS.
2. You MUST ENTER VIA RAFFLECOPTER BOX below.
3. You MUST LEAVE A COMMENT AND TELL ME WHAT YOU LOVE TO EAT ON A SUNDAY?
4. You MAY do the extra options for additional entries.
5. Giveway commences now and ends on 21st MAY 2013. FIVE WINNERS will be picked randomly on 21st MAY 2013
 
GOOD LUCK ALL!
 
 

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130 Comments
  1. Julia

    Oh my, yes please! I ? AWW 😀 xx

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  2. Kate Warner

    I must admit I really love eating a big fry up on sunday morning with a good strong latte …..
    but if I’m not so hungry I love pistachio and orange zested ricotta, generously slathered on turkish bread and dusted with cinnamon..heaven on a plate!

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  3. Katie

    Sunday? Definitely eggs Benedict. Unfortunately due to transporting the kids to their sports on a Sunday it rarely happens.

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  4. Lianne

    Love brunch on a Sunday! One of my ultimate favourites is corn fritters with bacon, sour cream and sweet chilli! NOMS!

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  5. Lisa the Gourmet Wog

    Hi Sneh, it’s lovely to ‘meet’ you. I have just discovered your blog and have been instantly hooked! I love to eat a big bowl of Ful Medames on a Sunday morning. It’s my breakfast treat for the one day I’m not rushing out of the house in the mornings to get to work

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  6. Sarah

    Not so traditional, but do the roast on the Saturday night, and then massive doorstop sandwiches on the Sunday with the leftovers. Bring me a roast chicken, stuffing, sweet potato, tomato and mayo sandwich on a Sunday lunchtime and I’m yours.

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  7. Lidya Y

    Sunday is our too-lazy-to-cook day so we normally have hot pot on the table, we cook and eat together. It’s more fun that way and with the cooler weather, it’s a hit in the family.

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  8. Rachel K

    I love a Sunday roast lamb with all the trimmings! I guess it is a family tradition that I have kept alive! There is never anyone asking what’s for dinner on Sunday as it is a given!!!

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  9. Jenny

    Sunday morning is a big bowl of home made muesli, stewed plums and yoghurt. And coffee of course!

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  10. Kellie C

    Sunday for us is one of the best days of the week, we experiment with food from brekky, brunch, lunch all depends on the time we get it ready, but one thing that hasn’t changed is Sunday Roast, always happens. Even the kids are excited on Sunday. My eldest helps with the dinner but all kids have fun in the kitchen on Sunday… And the Womens Weekly Chinese cookbook was my first book that my grandmother gave to me when I was 14…

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  11. Kimberley H

    My favorite is Sunday roast pork, tasty crackle, roast potatoes, pumpkin, onion, home made apple sauce and beans.

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  12. Jennifer B.

    My two must-have for Sunday are Lebanese eggs with hummus and mushrooms on sourdough for brunch from our local cafe and then easy baked beans for dinner! They both signify an easy winding down before the week starts up again!

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  13. Tracy Boulter

    Sunday is the traditional family roast with all the trimmings, lamb is our favourite. For desert a pie or pudding in winter, summer a cheesecake, fruit salad or a pavlova.

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  14. Tracy Andreatta

    We don’t do this every Sunday , but enough that the kids think I’m special . We start the day off with pancakes & fruit & usually have silverside or a roast with all the trimmings for dinner . Its great especially in the winter , great comfort foods .

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  15. Ally

    I love brunch as well- pancakes with caramelised banana or french toast, and scones with jam for afternoon tea.

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  16. brett

    I love to pork belly on a sunday with caramelised onions and served with bok choy

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    • Katie

      Oh Yum –

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  17. sussi mallon

    Eggs Benedict for a late brekkie with toasted sourdough, wilted baby spinach, crispy bacon or smoked salmon is a favourite, or sweetcorn fritters with mango chutney & sour cream.
    Something roasted, slow cooked or saucy for a long, lazy lunch or a fresh fish winter bbq, roasted vegies simple, tasty. Rugged up at the beach, I love doing this…

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  18. Colette @ JFF!

    Aussie Women’s Weekly has gorgeous recipes. That’s one of the things I love about Oz!

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  19. ami@naivecookcooks

    Wow Sneh I personally love having a a big batch of skillet red potatoes with fried eggs! I wish I had an Australian address…!

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  20. sirtgirl

    lOVE TOO EAT SOMETHING EASY (LEFTOVERS) SO THAT WE CAN SPEND ALL DAY OUT TAKING BEACH WALKS, VISITING GARDENS, PARKS ETC

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  21. Jennifer Woodcroft

    Sunday night we have a family dinner with my children and their partners. Although we don’t always have the same menu, their favourite is a baked lamb dinner with roast veggies. My husband is usually in charge of dessert and he never disappoints. Love you blog and recipes. Thanks.

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  22. Katie

    Treats – Sundays for me are all about letting go and relaxing so I love to eat the naughty things I might say no to during the week like icecream and cakes!

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  23. Emily H

    I love to cook and eat things we don’t have time for during the week. Like slow cooked lamb shanks, or home baked bread with pumpkin soup.

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  24. Kate H

    I will be honest here… although I would love to eat many of the things that people have commented on above, we often have a toasted sandwich on a Sunday as it is just too darn easy!!

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  25. Mishka

    We love Yorkshire pudding, ideally with a standing rib beef roast.

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  26. Stacey Shailer

    Either something as elaborate as a roast pork with crackling and all the trimmings, or as simple as homemade pizza or a spanish tortilla – depends on how busy the weekend as been!

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  27. Linda Hynson

    I follow in the tradition my mum set-roast for lunch with all the trimmings:-)

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  28. Sharon Fawcett

    Sunday night in the winter I love a steaming hot bowl of pumpkin soup with homemade cheese puffs and I always make enough so that I can take it to work for my lunch for a couple of days too.

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  29. Lauren

    Sunday = FUNday so I love to eat all those yummy things I restrict during the week, in particular, chocolate!

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  30. Kara

    We love to start the day with a big fry-up breaky complete with mushrooms, bacon, eggs, grilled tomato and of course hollandaise sauce!

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  31. Narelle Rock

    Sunday is our big cookup breakfast day, bacon, eggs, hash browns, sausages, baked beans, mushrooms and tomatoes!!

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  32. Effie Bakkalis

    We always cook something in the oven on a Sunday. Our favourites are roast lamb, roast beef, lasagne, and moussaka. And they’re always accompanied by a glass or two of vino!!

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  33. Elizabeth A

    Unfortunately our Sundays are often nourished by leftovers but that could all change with a Women’s Weekly Roast cookbook!

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  34. alison briggs

    Sunday is home made pancakes for breakfast with a range of toppings and we have ‘baked something’ for Sunday dinner depending on the mood . I am a little old fashioned, Sunday’s are family days.

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  35. Jenny

    Way too busy on a Sunday to cook – that’s the one day of the week we always get takeaway, usually steak sandwiches and potato wedges with sweet chilli and sour cream. Monday is our cooking night, then we can take leftovers to work on Tuesday (the start of our working week!)

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  36. Kellie

    Breakfast. All day long. I can make breakfast last until the afternoon if I’m feeling particularly indulgent!

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  37. Sona

    Love to eat a full fledged South Indian meal on a Sunday.

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  38. Stacey

    My Partner and I love eggs benedict with steamed spinach on toast on a sunday morning. He has his with a coffee while I have mine with a chai latte 🙂

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  39. Antonietta

    Breakfast in bed is my favourite Sunday meal, with an espresso to complement whatever dish hubby brings in for me 🙂

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  40. Suzie L

    On Sundays I like to eat pizza, we have a pizza oven in our backyard and we try to use it every Sunday. Sometimes our neighbours will join us as they can smell the pizza from across the road.

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  41. Ashley

    There always seems to be a bunch of people at our house on a Sunday, so a massive bowl of pasta to share always hits the spot and keeps everyone happy 🙂

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  42. Elizabeth Guenter

    As farmers. Sunday is a busy market day so we like to finish it off with a roast.

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  43. Melissa

    Has to be slow roasted Pork Belly with crispy roast potatoes….BEST Sunday meal EVER!

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  44. Kate

    I love to go down to my favourite cafe and have a big bowl of warm porridge with fresh fruit and honey. I can never make my porridge the same way they do and it makes my Sunday! In the afternoon I like to do my grocery shop and with bake something sweet when I get home. Sundays are great baking days!

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  45. Kerryanne B

    A nice hearty roast!

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  46. Sonya Nicole

    I love eating bacon and eggs on toast with tomato sauce.

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  47. Lani Kennedy

    I like to cycle into town, purchase a few croissants at the bakery, then eat them leisurely with home-made jam and a home-made latte. It’s not Paris, but close !! ;-0

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  48. Sandra

    Favourite Sunday breakfast would be Poached eggs and Bacon on Pancakes with Hollandaise Sauce.

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  49. Kim Clark

    Sundays are lazy days….must have a really long lunch, preferably outside, and then have leftovers for tea. Favourites are roast chicken, or in winter a slow cooked stew.

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  50. Fiona

    I looooove a nice lamb roast on a Sunday for dinner, and pancakes for brekkie 🙂

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  51. Kerri

    Nothing can beat a Roast for lunch on a Sunday

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  52. Reannon

    My mum always cooked a roast on Sunday & I do too- even in the hot, hot Perth summer!

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  53. wendy _c

    I like to have left overs on a Sunday! I figure I deserve a day off once a week!!!!!

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  54. Karen Edwards

    We love a good bake dinner on Sunday yum. Then leftover roast meat on sandwiches.

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  55. ROBYN LITTLE

    I taught myself to cook by cutting out recipes from Women’s Weekly magazines when it was a weekly magazine and cooking them for my flatmates back in my Uni days in the mid 70s. When the cookbooks first came out, I was obsessed with buying every single one and cooked many fabulous dinner parties from them over the years. They rank amongst some of my favourite cookbooks ever in a collection of maybe a thousand or more books. I still buy WW cookbooks , although not every one.

    Roast lamb and roast pork with a super crunchy crackling would be my favourite Sunday roasts. Thanks for another great giveaway Sneh.

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  56. Nicola James

    I still love a beautifully home cooked roast on a Sunday, it’s a wonderful way to get the family together with much laughter and talking!

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  57. Lesleigh

    Roast chicken with crunchy potatoes and gravy

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  58. Nancy

    Sunday has to start with bacon and scrambled eggs on soft white bread with ketchup, and it has to finish with roast chicken and a big ‘everything but the kitchen sink’ salad in the summer or roasties in the winter. And a chilled riesling to wash it down with (the roast not the bacon!)

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  59. Glenda McDonnell

    Pancakes with lemon and sugar, it’s tradition in our family, it just wouldn’t be Sunday without them, even better when they’re shared for brunch with friends

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  60. Poornima

    Sundays are for sailing through breakfast with something simple, or for skipping it altogether in favour of a good brunch. My favourite brunch, as well as comfort food, is South Indian fare – nothing elaborate, but a few dishes that stand out from the weekday regulars. Mom’s recipe of Puli kozhumbu (curry with tamarind juice as a base), potato poriyal (potato fry), and tomato rasam (tangy gravy) with rice.

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  61. janie

    Sunday lunch consists usually of Moroccon roast leg of lamb..a beautiful succulent dish where the lamb is marinated in cumin, coriander, garlic, yoghurt, tomato paste, lemon zest overnight before being slowly roasted. Followed by my aunties upside down pear and fig cake with cardamon ice-cream. Absolutely divine.

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  62. Han E

    Nothing beats a lamb roast on a Sunday afternoon with top notch veggies and to end a delicious lunch … Sticky Date Pudding!

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  63. Margaret

    On a chilly Sunday I love roast pork with apple sauce, baked vegetables, cauliflower gratin and peas. Smothered in gravy. Followed by a small slice of homemade pecan pie and fresh cream.

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  64. Michelle V

    I love to eat meals not cooked by myself! 🙂 Usually hubby cooks as I get one day off

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  65. Tory Huth

    Sunday is our day to cook muffins and roast vegies for the rest of the weeks lunches and snacks. So while we generally snack on roasted veges and cold cuts for our meals eaten on the deck, I also try to make a loaf of fresh bread. To me nothing says weekend more than a loaf of home made speciality bread.

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  66. Lisa

    My partner and I love to have a lazy Sunday morning, sitting in the sofa watching Seinfeld, playing cards and eating crumpets lathered in butter and honey …..and if we are feeling really wicked we put hundreds and thousands or chocolate sprinkles on our crumpets. I love dipping the crumpet into my espresso too!

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  67. amy

    A massive bowl of cheesy pasta bake! soooooooooooo goooooooooooooood

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  68. Merryn

    This is a lovely post, I have enjoyed reading your words. Sunday breakfasts are for Eggs Benedict, poached eggs with baby spinach, smoked salmon and a decadent hollandaise sauce served on top of toasted wholemeal muffins. Lunch is antipasto fare with crunchy just baked bread. Dinner is whatever I feel like cooking as you have time to prepare and cook enjoyably with huge enthusiasm from stir fries to fresh ravioli or roasted pork belly:D

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  69. Amy G

    Sunday is for Brunch! Whether it be a fresh croissant dipped in a looooong black coffee, or a BLAT (Bacon, lettuce, avocado, tomato) on toasted Rye or buttermilk pancakes with fresh berries & yoghurt. Followed by a nice long walk of course to work it of in preparation for a light antipasto dinner! YUM

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  70. Natalie Stoute

    I love a Sunday roast! Whether it’s pork, lamb, beef or chicken I enjoy the whole cooking process. We always cook enough meat for dinner the next night and sandwiches. Would love to experiment a bit more, this book sounds great thank you!

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  71. Rebecca Thyer

    With 3 kids to entertain, a sunday picnic lunch at the park is always nice or a nice big pot of soup with fresh crusty bread is perfect for a rainy Sunday. It’s also nice to bake some muffins or a cake with the kids to enjoy and also have some left over for school lunches on monday

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  72. Louise

    Nothing beats a good Roast Lamb and all the trimmings with all the family on a Sunday lunch at our place

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  73. Cara

    Mum’s Apple Crumble with icecream and cream

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  74. Heather

    Love a one pot wonder for Sunday dinner, sitting on the couch with a glass of wine. Risotto is a particular favourite of mine.

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  75. Lisa Jene

    Sundays is bake day at my friend Bec’s house. Muffins, quiche and cookies, maybe a rich and moist lumberjack cake if it’s someone’s birthday that week. Her whole kitchen smells amazing, you could eat the scents. I prefer to eat any stray shortbread or muffin crumbs. We share my chicken quinoa salad for lunch. I take home a baggie of goodies. 🙂

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  76. Kat

    I’m vegetarian so rather than a Sunday roast, I most enjoy a slow-cooked hearty vegetarian dish like a tasty tagine.

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  77. Kim

    Lamb roast and pavlova is our Sunday favourite!

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  78. LOUISE-ANNE PILSBURY

    I love to eat crisp roast potatoes, a medley of other vegetables and gravy on Sundays.

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  79. Sarah Morrison

    Sundays we love to have pancakes for dinner! So delicious and barely any effort 🙂

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  80. Kate

    A big Sunday BBQ with salads. Yum!

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  81. Kiely McGregor

    Sunday for my family is about sharing, we usually cook up a selection of goodies and share them around the table with a different theme each week.

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  82. jas

    ummm…. so it’s probably really lazy, but normally it’s breakfast for lunch after a lazy sleepin and then with this wintery weather coming around dinner is usually slow cooked pot of something – beef massaman curry, lamb shanks, or a ragu over gnocchi… delicious comfort foods right now!

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  83. Melissa Jones

    Honey Roast Pork with Spices, yummy!

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  84. Samantha Degenaar

    I love a lamb or beef roast on a Sunday, and during summer that’s on the BBQ. Roast spuds are a must have accompaniment, and a self saucing chocolate pudding afterwards is my specialty 🙂

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  85. kerry santillo

    Sunday roast for me. Traditional just like mums 🙂

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  86. Billyjean

    Poached eggs with wilted spinach on sourdough!

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  87. stephanie

    BBQ’d lobster with butter sauce – as it brings back happy childhood memories!

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  88. sharron smith

    I enjoy my weekly roast on Monday has to be something good about that day so it leaves sundays free pig out day munchies take away my one day NOT to be healthy

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  89. Lynn Westhead

    I am new to this site looks great! What I like is tradition on Sundays and the tradtion in my family for Snday is roast pork with all the trimmings yummy!

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  90. Roberto Colombi

    We have a sunday brunch instead – a nice smorgasbord of fresh fruit, cereal, and bacon and eggs on the balcony – great way to start a sunday!

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  91. Angie Boylan

    Nothing beats a roast on Sunday – some traditions you just have to uphold! My favourite is a lamb leg covered in fresh rosemary and rubbed with garlic with roasted vegetables.

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  92. kirsty

    i love going to mums on a sunday and having a roast. We have all the trimmings…vegies and yorkshire pudding. Best part of the week.Family time 🙂

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  93. Deb Anderson

    Lasagna is my favourite, but anything that involves the oven and making the house smell wonderful.

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  94. Sue Bou

    While I love a roast I often find the kids have been so busy with sports & such over the weekend, especially Sunday that the time & effort is unappreciated, so I cook up vegies & mash them altogether & they have them on toast. It’s a comfort food with heaps of goodness.

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  95. Alicia L

    Sunday is the day of all days to eat! Breakfast becomes dessert with Chocolate Chip Pancakes. Lunch is fresh salads and roast chicken. Leaves little room for dinner, but we squeeze in yet another roast. Leftovers for lunches all week!

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  96. Toni Kitching

    Sunday night is easy night in my home…toasted sanga’s, eggs on toast, that sort of thing 🙂

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  97. Judith Senese

    Im trying to get my family into have the traditional Sunday Roast. A time where we come together and enjoy a delicious meal together.

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  98. Judi Gibson

    It would not be Sunday if our family did not have a traditional roast. Whether it be pork, lamb, beef or chicken, there is nothing like the smell of a roast in the kitchen.

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  99. Wendy Darcy

    I also love to cook a Sunday roast

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  100. Christine Gleeson

    Yum Yum Yum. I don’t know anybody that doesn’t love a roast, especially on a Sunday.

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  101. Karen Hall

    Sunday? Filling the kitchen with the smell of baking….

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  102. Megan

    I love to start a Sunday with some yoghurt (brand of choice at present: eat) and some toasted fruit sourdough. I love cheese and fresh bread with dips from my local markets for lunch, and leftovers for dinner.

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  103. Aleisha Davidson

    I love to eat food on a Sunday, hehe!!
    Hot bacon and eggs for breakfast, toasted sandwiches at lunch and a lamb roast in the webber for dinner – YUMMMM

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  104. Kylie B

    We always have a roast for Sunday lunch it’s our family tradition which I hope will be carried on with my five kids.

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  105. Kelly Ryan

    Love Eggs Benedict on a Sunday with a caramelatte!

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  106. judith fasshauer

    We love to have Mexican food on Sunday all the family together helping and enjoying and of course if is a sunny day in the yard enjoying

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  107. Kirsten W

    Eggs Benedict!

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  108. Stephanie young

    Crispy pork belly and slow roasted vegetables!! Makes me drool thinking about it

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  109. Eden

    We often have BBQ’s on a Sunday! If its hot we will have salad with it, if cold a potato bake!

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  110. Lea Anita Black

    Sundays are roast chicken days, mum always cooked a roast every Sunday whilst we were growing up Its a family tradition!

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  111. Belinda Fletcher

    Sunday is always pretty set. Poached eggs and ham or bacon on toast for breakfast. Casual lunch. Roast beef in the slow cooker and veggies with delicious thick gravy. Ice cream for dessert! Love Sundays!

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  112. Chloe

    Nothing beats weekend pancakes!

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  113. Benjamin T.

    I love gnocchi on a Sunday.

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  114. tanya edgerton

    Sundays I eat whatever my daughter cooks for me 🙂

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  115. Susan

    Old Fashioned Minted Lamb Roast Followed by Grandma”s Apple Pie (pastry to die for) then a big sit down with the family to relax & catch up 🙂

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  116. Pauline Stacey

    On Sundays we usually have a roast dinner ,sometimes lamb, Pork or Chicken with lots of vegies to have a great start to the working and school week

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  117. Sarah

    I love to start with a pastry and coffee (after a big sleep in). And then I love to go to the local grocer, grab some ingredients and make my own pasta. There’s nothing like home made silky pasta.

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  118. Michelle

    I love to have a BBQ roast and vegetables in the Weber … the lure of the smokey BBQ cooking away outside for hours must drive my neighbors crazy!

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  119. Marwa sayed

    We always have have a roast dinner chicken or beef with vegetables 🙂

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  120. Crystal

    Bacon and eggs for breakfast always hits the spot

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  121. Glenda McDonnell

    Sundays our lazy day…we live in the country, no fast food around… so it’s DIY take away !
    I cook a mean pizza, my chicken’s finger lickin and fresh caught fish and chips …simply amazing !

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  122. Vanessa

    A nice, slow cooked meal is great for Sundays.

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  123. Annelee

    I love to eat home made vegetarian pasties and curried sausage puffs that I lovingly make for my family. The pleasure and peacefulness of chopping all the vegies is something I love to do. And best of all they taste divine.

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  124. Courtney Brideson

    Toastie cheese sandwiches- that’s about as much effort as I’m willing to put in on a Sunday…

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  125. Justin Frick

    Bacon, Eggs and a Farmers Union Iced Coffee for brekkie, then Corned Beef with White Sauce, Mash and Veg for Dinner – and the leftover corned beef for sandwiches on Monday 🙂

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  126. natalie foster

    I love a traditional lamb roast with all the trimmings and I love to enjoy this with the family…

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  127. Elizabeth Davey

    marshmellows melted in a hot chocolate

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  128. Adrianna

    Sunday’s mean hot breakfasts. Poached/scrambled eggs on thick cut toast with fried ham and chives.

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  129. Rosie

    A roast is hard to beat. It reminds me so much of my mum and my grandmother. And I’ve finally mastered gravy!

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