Some Sundays we have Sunday Lunch after church
And other Sundays we opt for brunch
A bigger first meal of the day
We fix special foods
And linger over coffee
Blue and white makes for a very pretty table!
Instead of fresh flowers a very old blue and white platter filled with cherries
Some of which
Went into the muffins
baked in my grandmother's cast iron gem pan
A basket full for the table
to go with
The potato and basil frittata
(from my favorite, The Barefoot Contessa)
Along with little sausages it made a great brunch.
We served ourselves,
had an extra muffin and another cup of coffee
And had a very enjoyable Sunday morning!
It's Thursday and I'm joining Cuisine Kathleen for Let's Dish and Susan at Between Naps On the Porch for Tablescape Thursday.
Such a lovely brunch. I am taking notes on the way you and your husband enjoy your home in your retirement (although I hesitate to use that term about you!!!! you are so busy!)
A feast for two...I'll check out the fritatta recipe. Ina Garten never fails to please. Thanks for inviting us for a peak. Cherry Kay
If I have a favorite meal, it has to be brunch so I'm very drawn to your table. The same is true of blue and white of which I have none, but I'm so liking it that may have to change.
I am SUCH a fan of the frittata!!! SO easy to make, and the possibilities are endless!!! I've never made a potato-basil one, but it sounds good!!! Hmmmm....think I know what's for breakfast this coming Sunday morning!
Have a great weekend, and try to stay cool. It's hotter than a firecracker on the 4th of July here in the Midwest!!!!!!!
Looks delicious here!
Lovely tablescape, dear friend!!!
I'm quite smitten with the blue & white coffee pot!!!
Sunday Brunch looks divine!!!
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