Rosemary Pork Tenderloin,Potatoes & Roasted Apples & Carrots #SundaySupper

by Isabel Laessig (Isabel Foodie) · 4 comments

in Family Foodie Recipes, Farmer's Market Recipes, Sunday Supper

“We can do no great things, just small things with great love.” – Mother Teresa

We had such a great but busy week at our house. It was definitely one of those whirlwind kind of weeks.

Four Football Games, Middle School Dance, Book Report Due, Volunteering getting ready for our School’s Annual Fall Festival, Howl-o-Scream, Birthday Party, Grand-Opening of a new restaurant in town….on top of everyday school, work,  football practice….made for an exhausting week!

While I don’t particularly care for these kind of weeks, they are inevitable when you have a large family with active children.

The best part of my week is always Sunday Evening when we regroup as a family and enjoy each others company Around the Family Table.  This week, we found out that Reis not only danced with almost everyone in his class, he danced with the 7th and 8th grade girls too! Riley was so excited he scored a touchdown at this weeks football game. Ronnie had finally found his wallet that he had been searching for all week….under his bed. Howl-o-Scream was a blast.  We were so excited that our four Football Teams had all won and replayed many plays while eating dinner.  We were all so disappointed in the Gators and the Eagles.  I never thought I would hear these words come out of my husbands mouth…”I think it may be time to become a Buccaneers Fan.” But we did hear them!

I am never sure if our Family Table is more about the food or the memories that are made…. This weeks dinner was amazing and so easy to make.  I was missing the Fall weather and since we had a rainy day in Florida, I was inspired to create a Fall Menu for this weeks Sunday Supper.

 

Kid Ratings: Ronnie 9.5, Reis 9, Riley 10

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diabeticFoodie October 10, 2011 at 3:56 pm

This is my husband’s kind of meal – he adores rosemary! I’ll bet you could even skip the sugar in the apples and carrots dish and it would still be delicious.

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Gina October 10, 2011 at 5:18 pm

Looks so, so good. Love the idea of cooking the apples and carrots…I think I can smell it from here!! I just know it was delcious!

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EA-The Spicy RD October 10, 2011 at 11:42 pm

Wow! Your families week sounds even busier than mine! I wouldn’t have thought that to be possible :-) Love this recipe, especially how simple it looks to pull together. Happy to connect on #Foodiemm !

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Helene Dsouza October 14, 2011 at 12:39 pm

My mother used to make this dish on sundays and we used to love it. The Idea to serve it with baked apples and carrots is awesome.

thx for sharing! =)

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