Sunday Supper Information and How to Join


What does Sunday Supper mean to you?

Our Mission is to bring back Sunday Supper Around the Family Table in every home.

This Mission was founded by Isabel Laessig, but she is not alone.  The Sunday Supper Movement has grown in leaps and bounds and it’s weekly contributors are at the heart of this mission.  Here is what Isabel wrote as #SundaySupper turned one…

A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. ~Lao-Tzu 

I have always known that eating Supper Around the Family Table is the best nourishment we can give our families. It is about so much more than just the food that is served.  It is something that the entire family looks forward to. It is about commitment to each other, positive communication and time together. In my heart I know that this is the most important thing I have done for my family.

What I did not realize until recently is how powerful food can be. I have met, connected and shared recipes with an amazing group of people who were brought together by our love for food, family, friendship and mutual respect for each other.

When I wrote these words, one year ago, I had no idea the power they would have and the journey I would embark.  I have chills as I write this post.

…Our first Sunday Supper with bloggers Around the Family Table was the start of that journey.  The first step was a Progressive Dinner featuring fabulous Sunday Supper Recipes by seven talented bloggers; Jeff, Catholic Foodie  | Val, Val’s Food and or Art  | Eileen, Wine Everyday | Sunithi, Sue’s Nutrition Buzz |Renee, Magnolia Days | Donna, Cookistry |Erin, Big Fat Baker.

Beyond our wildest dreams, I don’t think any of us could ever have imagined how Sunday Supper would grow in 2012.  It has truly been one of the most memorable experiences of my life.  I am so thankful for the support from these seven individuals and ALL the contributors.   Week after week, they inspire families to spend time Around the Family Table with amazing  Sunday Supper Recipes.

Together, we have created a movement that has grown in leaps in bounds and is making a difference in the lives of families.  The Sunday Supper Movement took off and received so much recognition, that we have launched our #WeekdaySupper initiative.  It starts off as one day a week and soon becomes a way of life.  This year, we will feature easy Weekday Supper Recipes every day of the week!

It is so true that Food Brings People Together and I couldn’t imagine hand-picking a better group of individuals to break bread with every week!  The friendships, support and memories that have been made are unforgettable.  Thank you for a year of delicious memories.

Join us every Sunday at 7pm EST and get recipes, tips and inspiration from our talented Contributors.  This passionate group is grounded in our mission and understand the benefits of eating together as a family.

Sunday Supper starts off as one day a week but soon becomes a way of life.

There is always room for one more Around the Family Table, and we would love to have you join our Sunday Supper Movement every week.  Join below:

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I look forward to breaking bread with you this Sunday!

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DebK April 22, 2012 at 6:28 pm

Isabel, here’s the chorizo recipe I sent on twitter. I can’t shorten the dar link properly, so I am giving it to you here:


FamilyFoodie April 24, 2012 at 5:56 am

Thanks so much for sharing another fabulous recipe that I can’t wait to try!


Nancy Peace April 22, 2012 at 6:36 pm

I would love to participate in the #SundaySupper conversation


FamilyFoodie April 24, 2012 at 5:55 am

We would love to have you join the #SundaySupper fun Nancy. We have a Sunday Supper Facebook group and we would love to have you be a part of it!


Tammi May 6, 2012 at 9:07 pm

I’d love to take part!! :)


FamilyFoodie May 6, 2012 at 10:19 pm

Tammi, we would love to have you join our Sunday Supper on Facebook Just request an invite and we will be glad to approve.


Patti May 21, 2012 at 9:20 am

Hi Isabelle! I would love to join Sunday Supper!. My kitchen is almost done being renovated and I’ve been a bit unsettled without a kitchen. Hopefully within a week I’ll be back to my stove!


FamilyFoodie May 21, 2012 at 12:24 pm

We would love to have you join. Here is our Facebook Group link to Sunday Supper Movement Looking forward to having you join us!


Stephanie May 27, 2012 at 5:30 pm

Hi Isabelle! I would love to join Sunday Supper! It sounds really fun!


bettyannq July 1, 2012 at 11:17 am

Hi Isabelle! What a great name, so easy to remember for me ~ my sister has the same name. I’d love to join your Sunday Supper Movement. I always make something special for my family every Sunday, no matter what’s going on. Hope you can tell me how to sign up. Happy Sunday!


Jen July 15, 2012 at 11:41 pm

Hi there! I requested to join the #SundaySupper movement on Facebook :) Hope to join you ladies (and gentlemen!) next week! – Jen @ RealBestRecipe


mykitchenfixation August 12, 2012 at 2:12 pm

Hi Isabelle ~ I’d love to join Sunday Supper! Please let me know if and how I can sign up :) ~ MyKitchenFixation


FamilyFoodie August 12, 2012 at 5:04 pm

Hey there, Would you please email me at and use #SundaySupper in the title. Looking forward to connecting with you! Isabel


Howard H. Hurst November 19, 2012 at 11:13 pm

Looking back to my teenage years I began to see the relationship between the importance of eating toget on Sunday her as a family. When the Hurst family stopped eating together especially on Sunday we all went our seperate ways to early for our years. We still where in our teens and we got into things that we would have never thought of and the idea of showing up to dinner and have our parents ask about our lives seemed less and less important. So as a chef for a great portion of my life, looking back on how breaking bread together meant so much I now became very passionate about my family eating together. It is the best quality of life gathering there is and even better invite more family and friends and even needy folks or folks with disabilities. Sunday supper is everything!


FamilyFoodie November 20, 2012 at 4:42 am

Howard, Thank you for sharing. It is so true. It starts off as one day a week but soon becomes a way of life. The benefits of cooking, eating and conversing together are just amazing!


TiaMarie @LokaFreeThings2 March 3, 2013 at 3:27 pm

A marvelous idea! I love this! :)


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