Tag Archives: Brunch
Avocado toast has been getting a bad rap right now and it shouldn’t, because it’s downright delicious and affordable when you make it at home. Also, a brunch dish cannot be blamed for an entire generation being unable to afford a house in an overpriced city centre.
Don’t even get me started.
I catered a Vegan Baby Shower with Jenni Bost (all photos in this post also by Jenni) last month for our friend Lindsay Ingalls. If you missed it – see my post on this Vegan Cheese Platter I created. Now you’re thinking, what do you serve at a vegan brunch that doesn’t require eggs or meat?
Avocado toast to the rescue! (more…)
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Mother’s Day is just under a month away!
Instead of dealing with the chaos of brunch out, why not give Mom a little bit of serenity at home with a super fancy breakfast in bed? Say it with homemade with my super easy Lemon Ricotta Pancakes with Cherry Preserves. (more…)
Brunch is serious business.
You can opt to fight through the crowds and line-up with the tourists for a killer weekend brunch OR you can opt-out and create your own stellar brunch menu at home.
Don’t get me wrong, I still love going out for brunch, but more often then not – I’ve been craving lazy Sundays at home where I’m cooking, cleaning, blogging and meal prepping.
Here are a few easy brunch recipes and ideas for your weekend menu: (more…)
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Brunch is one of my favorite meals and I love having the time to put in a little extra care and effort this time of year for a full-on holiday brunch for friends and family. I definitely want things to be special, but at the same time – I like to keep things easy, simple and relaxed.
If you’re hosting a holiday brunch for your own family, here are 5 easy holiday brunch ideas and recipes to get you inspired! (more…)
By: Natalia Dziubaniwsky
I love trying new brunch spots in the city, so when the opportunity came to try the newly launched Soul Brunch at Drake One Fifty, I knew I couldn’t resist. Having frequented the popular weekend brunch at the Drake Hotel a few times (whose famous blueberry scones have a following of their own), I had yet to visit their sister restaurant.
These warm cheddar scones are possibly the way to my heart.
I met Susan Holding of The Little French Bakery at Alt Summit. We were cooking chicken together with Kelsey Nixon and shared a stove! Susan posted this wonderful recipe recently for Cheddar Scones and I just had to share it with you. A serious upgrade from what I remember from my Red Lobster-loving days.
It’s perfect for pairing with a chowder, soup or stew and perfect comfort food for this cool fall weather. You can also whip ’em up for weekend brunch and serve with eggs. I’ve never tried making scones from scratch before – maybe once, but I probably used a mix. I’m most impressed with how easy it really is.
Thank you Susan for sharing your recipe with me!