Right now I'm working Monday through Wednesday, and staying at home with Charlotte the rest of the time. Sundays are always fun, but exhausting. I always try to spend as much time with her as possible, get us all ready for the week, and watch the Redskins game (luckily I don't have to waste my time with them anymore!). My Sunday dinners aren't as complex as they used to be, but I still try to make something nice. This week I made the Spinach Salad with Dates and Almonds from Jerusalem, sliced tomatoes, and the pudding. Paul grilled corn and okra and made a chicken on his rotisserie. We were hoping to have a nice quiet dinner, but we ended up taking turns eating with one hand while holding Charlotte with the other (a frequent occurrence). I liked everything about this dinner (except for the okra which Paul turned into charcoal), but the pudding was my favorite part. As I've mentioned before custards and puddings are probably my favorite dessert, and this was no exception. I find the simple, clean flavors of rice pudding very comforting, but really loved the addition of apples and caramel. We were both skeptical when I read Paul the description, but both pleasantly surprised at how well the flavors worked together. I also loved how easy the caramel apples were. This is definitely one I'll be making again.