Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Let's Do Brunch # 19 Introducing April

OK Gang,  Let's Do Brunch! Pull out those mixing bowls, get the eggs and milk and put up the coffee pot.  Set up a buffet of your favorite dishes and let's do brunch.

*** I am excited to announce that April of the 21st Century Housewife is becoming a partner in Let's Do Brunch.  Go over and welcome her and see what she has to offer.  You may sign on in either location from now on.

April will be featuring her own choices, each week, so make sure you look and see who both of us have chosen, next Wednesday.***


Now

Chop a little.

Mix a little.
Bake a little.
Wash the dishes.
Boil water.
Get out the skillet.
Where are the chocolate chips?
Wash the dishes.
Ina, I am calling you.  Are you in the Garden?
How many sticks of butter do we need?  Is Paula in Ina's Garden.
A little more salt.
Wash the dishes.
Lots of pepper.
Fresh fruit and vegetables.
Peel the potatoes.
Wash the dishes.

Eat from the delicious brunch buffet.

Look at these featured foods:

mexitalian pasta bake photo by alex clark 
Alex from A Moderate Life














US Masala brought these delicious crepes.











Kristi from Veggie Converter - Kristi has a brunch link also.

Please share what you are bringing to our brunch.  When you get here, sit down and try a little from each dish.




11 comments:

  1. We are working on more vegetables and fruit, less salt and less fat please. :-)

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  2. Happy Brunch day! Enjoy & have fun.
    Cheers, Kristy

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  3. Thank you so much for hosting again : ) This time I brought my Grilled Vegetable Ciabatta.

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  4. So many yummy recipes!
    Well,thanks for joining my blog hop! Following you on GFC. Please join The Blog Entourage on FB where you can share links to your blog posts. http://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Blog-Entourage/125418247524715

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  5. Oops. Of course my dish is ebelskiver, not clivia! Fun post. I'm enjoying all the dishes. BTW, about the NY crumb cake, it's very sweet, so be warned.

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  6. Ooh! Great recipes! Did you find Ina in the Garden? =D

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  7. Hello..I just linked mine. Thanks. Marelie www.cookiedropletsetcbymarelie.com

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  8. Hi Chaya! Welcoming April to the brunch family! thanks so much for featuring my Mexitalian pasta bake! It really was delicious! Linking up a great dandelion recipe that works well with any greens. It has tons of garlic and a nice kick! all the best, Alex

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  9. Hi Chaya - and welcome April! So glad to find that you leave this open through the week. Since I work full time the only time I make any kind of brunch is on the weekends. Thanks for hosting, enjoy the rest of the weekend :-)

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