I remember when living in the UK we had "Sunday Roast" quite often which is essentially a Sunday meal of meat and potatoes usually served a little earlier than supper. It is such a great custom of family and being at home and peace and togetherness. (Unless there are domestic issues and a carving knife...)
It is butt cold here in New York and Sean suggested we make stew. He got the recipe from Mark Bittman in the New York Times and we got dressed like scientists studying penguins in the Arctic and went shopping.
The meal turned out PERFECT and it was so much fun to cook together and dine together and hang at home with nary a place to go.
Sunday Grilled Cheese Sandwich