Sunday Dinners

A Sunday Dinner is more than just a meal shared. It’s generations coming together to share stories, time-honored traditions, and love with those who matter most. We speak with three families, each making Sunday Dinner special in their own way and honoring the importance of this cherished tradition. These are their Sunday Dinner stories.

Meet the McNeil Family

In this video, we’re at home with the McNeil family in Atlanta. The tradition of Sunday Dinner has special meaning for them—combining Jamaican and Southern influences in their cuisine.

Inspired recipes.

Feed your Sunday Dinner inspiration with these Caribbean-style recipes.

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Trinbagonian-Style Salt Cod with Tomatoes

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More Caribbean cuisine with the McNeil family.

Meet the Roger-Givens Family

Join the Rogers-Givens family in their home in Atlanta as they prepare their Sunday Dinner together. For them, it’s a time to focus on family while making food that their kids love.

Inspired recipes.

Enjoy these Publix Aprons® recipes inspired by the Rogers-Givens family story.

More Roger-Givens family recipes.

Meet the Reid Family

Join the Reid family as they come together over Sunday Dinner, sharing the tradition of love and togetherness with their children. Pull up a chair at their table as the parents introduce their kids to new vegetarian dishes so they can grow together as a family.

Inspired recipes.

Enjoy these new meatless Publix Aprons® recipes inspired by the Reid family story.

Enjoy more recipes from the Reid family.

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