She moved to the little town after I left. Jokingly, I refer to it as a "One Martha Town"!!!
Her table was exquisite, her meal terrific but the best part was the company. It was a lovely Friday afternoon and it was good to meet new friends and to get reacquainted with old ones.
Martha served her brunch in the dining room.
Her elegant dining room table was set with pretty bird placements and matching napkins tied with a green Gerbera daisy.
Lovely silver charges, pretty cutlery, lovely china (from her mother) and crystal.
And wee nests which held the placecards.
The menu posted in the kitchen were we started the brunch with Mimosas and fruit kabobs.
A great way to start a brunch -- champagne and orange juice!
The coffee service on the dining room buffet. The china had a blackberry pattern -- perfect for Spring.
And the brunch . . .
Spiral Omelete Supreme
Rosemary Roasted Red Potatoes
Orange Roasted Asparagus
Morning Glory Muffins
Freshly Brewed Coffee
and for dessert . . .
Individual Fondant Cakes with Fruit --
the blackberries on the plate echoed the blackberry plate!
Of course, I left with all the recipes and the menu would make a wonderful Easter brunch.
Martha was a gracious hostess and I so enjoyed starting April with such a wonderful brunch.
It's not my table, but I'm sharing Martha's table with Susan at Between Naps on the Porch for it's Tablescape Thursday and I can't think of a lovlier tablescape to share than Martha's!