Brunch: The Most Important Meal of the Day

I adore a good brunch– from the all-you-can-eat buffets I would partake in every Easter as a little girl, to cozy Sunday morning get-togethers. To me, it is the perfect meal, which is why I recently planned a special birthday brunch for a friend. We started off with a chilled version of this delicious blueberry soup, topped off with creamy vanilla yogurt and granola. This was paired with the delectable, fluffy, once-you-pop-you-can’t-stop French breakfast puffs rolled in the magical mixture that is cinnamon and sugar. And last but not least, the main course: baked Gruyere and sausage omelettes, served piping hot in individual Au Gratin dishes.

Okay, maybe this is more “breakfast” than “brunch,” but breakfast eaten after noon counts, right?

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