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Monday, October 6, 2014

How to Host a Birthday Brunch...all week!

Happy Monday everyone! Hope you had a wonderful weekend. Z and I hosted a brunch in celebration of him turning 25. We invited 30 of his closest friends over for brunch on our new rooftop deck. All this week, I am sharing my tricks, tips, and recipes, so you can pull off a great brunch for friends and family!

Below is the menu--be on the lookout for recipes today and all this week!

How to Host a Birthday BrunchHow to Host a Birthday Brunch

DRINKS

Mimosas (Prosecco and orange juice)
Water

MAINS

Mushroom & Parmesan Frittatas
Green Herbs & Parmesan Frittatas
Caramelized Onions & Goat Cheese Frittatas
Toast Bar (Tartine bread with avocados, cream cheese, strawberry jam, butter, Nutella, and flaky sea salt)
Turkey Bacon
Fruit & Yogurt Bar (Fresh berries, Greek yogurt, and granola)

SWEETS

Sweet Cream Cake
Sour Cream Chocolate Chip Coffee Cake
Brownies

How to Host a Birthday Brunch

1 comment:

  1. Joyous to know about this birthday brunch party. Few weeks ago, I arranged my best friend’s birthday dinner party at a graceful LA venue. Hired one of best party caterers in the city and they prepared excellent food for this event.

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