Last Sunday we invited my brother and his wife for brunch. It was more like a breakfast and less like a lunch, but we were only 4 people so we couldn’t have a larger variety of food. We’ve been meaning to do this brunch for a long time now. You see, we bought a waffle maker about a year ago, and hadn’t tested it until now. It was the end of the summer, the temperatures had dropped enough, and my brother and sister-in-law weren’t going anywhere out of town for the weekend, so it was the perfect chance to finally arrange it. I woke up at 8am, something that rarely happens since I’m not working, and I hate waking up early, and headed to the kitchen to start the preparations. 3 hours later, we were ready, and waiting for them to come. Be ready for lots of food pics…Don’t say I didn’t warn you!
The menu consisted of: waffles (with a selection of ice cream, strawberries, honey, nutella, peanut butter, marmalade, whipped cream, and 2 kinds of cookie crumble to choose from, as toppings), scrambled eggs, cocktail sausages, warm tomatoes and mushrooms, toasted bread with cheese and turkey slices, and 2 danishes. The refreshments were fresh-squeezed lemonade, and orange juice.
And another danish, this time with strawberries instead of raspberries.
My favorite breakfast, scrambled eggs with mini sausages…. I could eat it every day, but it’s not that healthy…
And of course, if you’re going to be a piggy, do it the right way. This is my waffle for the day (and maybe for the next 2 days after that) *whistling*. This piggy is on an urgent need of a diet. And I’m not exaggerating…Someone stop feeding me… Oh who, am I kidding, I should stop eating like a crazy person, and I’ll probably be all right.
Anyway, this was our brunch! I’m sorry if I made you hungry again, but I had to share it with you! Hope you liked it! See you soon with another post.