Mother’s Day Brunch Menu

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I’m hosting a little Mother’s Day brunch this weekend in my garden. If you can call a sparse bit of dry grass and over grown trees in your back yard a “garden.” While the surrounds might not be perfect, my menu is battle tested and the company can not be beat. My mom, aunt, cousin and grandmother will be together and we always have so much fun. My party prep timeline is below in case you want to follow along too.

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Mother’s Day Garden Brunch MENU

Champagne

Freshly Squeezed Orange Juice

Iced Coffee with Coconut Milk

Potato & Basil Frittata

Arugula Salad with Dijon Vinaigrette

Farmer’s Market Berries, Basil, Aged Balsamic

Sweet Sriracha Baked Bacon

Assorted French Pastries

Mother’s Day Garden Brunch PREP TIMELINE

Thursday

gather table supplies-glassware, silverware, plates, napkins, table cloth

set up self serve bar- ice bucket, tray of champagne glasses, iced coffee glasses, straws, creamer pitcher, pitchers for orange juice and water

Farmer’s Market shop for groceries and flowers

Friday

arrange flowers in bud vases

make Dijon vinaigrette

grate cheeses and cut potatoes for frittata

chill champagne

Saturday

pick up pastries at local bakery

juice oranges

set the table in the garden

make and bake frittata

bake off bacon

wash berries, drizzle with balsamic and torn basil

fill ice bucket, set out chilled water, oj, champagne and iced coffee

toss arugula salad, cut frittata and plate up warm bacon

Hopefully, this party honoring my mom will make up for when my brothers and I gifted her a curly fry maker for Mother’s Day, twenty years ago. We thought it might gently encourage her to cook us fried food in the comfort of our home. Sadly it was neither well received or ever touched.

xo, Lydia

3 Comments on Mother’s Day Brunch Menu

  1. Anjali
    May 8, 2014 at 11:48 am (4 years ago)

    Sounds like it will be a beautiful brunch! All it needs is a side of curly fries to complete it. :)

  2. Cate
    May 9, 2014 at 9:50 am (4 years ago)

    I love this Lyd! And thanks for the timeline/prep. Looks beautiful
    Xo
    Cate

  3. jane
    May 17, 2014 at 9:58 pm (4 years ago)

    …don’t forget the grill cheese sandwich maker

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