National Sunday Supper Day
Gather your family around the table or a group of friends for a delicious meal. National Sunday Supper Day can be a casual dinner, or a formal dinner party. It’s all about getting out of the house and enjoying good food, conversation, and fun.
National Sunday Supper Day is celebrated on the second Sunday in January. It encourages friends and families to get together around the table for a meal. This is a wonderful time to get together and share a meal after the hectic winter holiday season.
Isabel Laessig and her colleagues created National Sunday Supper Day as part of the Sunday Supper Movement and Food and Wine Conference. Laessig created the day in 2012 and invited eight food bloggers to participate with their families in a virtual progressive dinner.
It became an annual event and is now celebrated worldwide to encourage family meals. You can celebrate National Sunday Supper Day by scheduling a meal with your family or friends on Sundays or every other Sunday throughout the year.
These fun family-building ideas will help you enjoy and celebrate National Sunday Supper Day.
It doesn’t matter if it is lunch or dinner, invite your family members to gather around for a tasty meal and just enjoy each other’s company. It might be fun to invite friends who have been feeling lonely or are alone. Even if they don’t technically know each other, it is possible to invite people who are close to you.
Sunday is a weekend day and people want to relax so it’s a good idea to make some easy recipes that can feed a large crowd, but don’t take too much time to prepare. Instant pop and slow cooker recipes are very popular as they can be quickly prepared and left to rest for a while. These meal ideas are great for feeding a crowd.