Friday, January 15, 2010

The Brunch Bunch


Who doesn't adore a fabulous brunch?
Ham biscuits, sweet cakes, homemade preserves, grits and gravy!


Mr. Green and I will be hosting brunch tomorrow.
Do you have any breakfast favorites that you like to serve?

I'm looking for a few more ideas to fill in the menu.
I'd like to hear what you'd serve.

I hope your weekend will be filled with hot coffee, warm conversation
and the dearest of friends!

(Photo credit: Brooke Slezak, Beth Dreiling Hontzas, & Southern Living)

18 comments:

  1. I love a good Brunch and the way the house smells. I have this breakfast casserole with maple sausage that is decadent and I make an American version of pain de chocolate using crescent rolls and chocolate chips (never have leftovers of these). Have a wonderful party!

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  2. I LOVE brunch! I love a savory quiche. I posted a recipe for a spinach, feta one on my log that is easy and delicious. Also, I always make a french toast casserole (often adding pecans). it is so easy and always the biggest hit. I made it recently for a brunch and ran upstairs to copy the recipe for everyone there:) let me know if you need/want the recipe..

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  3. Love brunch - that's what we did for family on Christmas Day. My MIL makes a wonderful sausage and egg casserole - yum!

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  4. Brunch is always so fun! I love breakfast food. I think quiche is always a good thing and maybe coffee cake or homemade cinnamon rolls. You'll have to let us know what you end up serving.:)

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  5. yummie... i dont think there is anything i dont like when it comes to brunch... and of course, sharing it with friends... hope you have a wonderful weekend... x pam

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  6. Quiche & tamales with salsa & fresh avocado. Bloody Mary's with a good kick of horseradish and worchesterhire sauce. Yuuuumy. It's a southwestern thing!
    Your title "The Bruch Bunch" alarmed me. My mother used to belong to a group of Jr. League gals that called themselves the Brunch Bunch! I think the libations were more popular than the quiche. Thought maybe they had re-grouped!!!
    Have a wonderful weekend & a fabulous brunch!
    xo Lisa

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  7. I love brunch ~ if only it were an option every day! They are fun to host and attend. I have a very fun and tasty french toast fondue that is always a hit!

    Have a wonderful weekend~
    Jo

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  8. along with all the yummy breakfast foods, i like to serve a big smokes salmon on a platter with capers and lemon.
    -it makes an impressive presentation.
    you can get it at cosco for about 20$.
    it is so beautiful, and the skinny people will love you for it.
    mimmosa's, cheese, french bread, and frech sliced melon and pears.
    ...how far are you from south florida.....?
    LOL xxxxx's to you

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  9. So much fun, I love doing proseco and pomergranite juice as an alternative to mimmosa's!

    What time should I be there ;) Have a blast!

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  10. i love brunch! i had a brunch once and it was a hit. i'm hoping to have a 'breakfast at tiffany's' get together for my girlfriends and i'll serve breakfast foods and afterward we will watch the movie. in addition to what was suggested my ideas are: muffins, almond poppy bread, hashbrown casserole, fruit, baked pears, country ham and biscuits, bagels with cream cheese, asparagus, tomatoes, breadsticks wrapped in bacon (seems weird but i had it at a b&b once and it was great), chick. salad with croissants, eclairs, lemon/raspberry cake, almond poppy bread. i know that is more than enough but i was on a roll! good luck with your party!

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  11. Love me some a good brunch! There is a recipe on my blog (http://pinkgreenandsouthern.blogspot.com/2008/12/southern-stuff.html) called Not Your Mother's Ham Biscuits--it is a brunch must have!

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  12. Oh my, everything looks so yummy. I do love a good brunch, I usually save up on calories the day before so I can splurge!
    xx
    Renae

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  13. I hope your brunch went well? Nothing is more fun & it seems everyone enjoys. Our family loves them. We too have mimosas, a brunch/egg dish, homemade orange rolls and fruit. Now I'm hungry....

    Cheers!

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  14. Oh, I know your brunch must have been a success, sorry, I am late to the party. For brunch, I love serving Quiche, Mimosas, Bloody Marys, fresh fruit, salads, greek yogurt, some sort of fish, like smoked salmon or trout.
    I also love to have biscuits, country ham and green veggies. I adore grits and black-eye gravy.
    Brunch is such a fun way to celebrate.
    pve

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  15. I'm a little late but wanted to know how was your brunch? I've been pondering doing a brunch myself but I'm worn out from my New Year's day open house!

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  16. Brunch is the best, I love yogurt sundaes and a french toast casserole. Yum!

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