Project: Easter Brunch 2018

Easter Brunch 2018:

It’s Easter tomorrow and that means it’s time for Easter brunch 2018. Last year we also celebrated with a brunch and I even used the same placemats. They’ve become a small tradition. I love when we start our own little family traditions, it’s so fun. Okay, let’s get started on what we’ve got here.

The Recipes

Mexican Shakshouka
Avocado Corn Salsa
Homemade Tortilla Chips

First, set your table nicely. I like to do this early, before the guests arrive. That way it’s nice and pretty and I get to enjoy it for a bit, too.

Easter Brunch 2018:

We’ve got only two settings since it’s just us.

Place Setting:

Lay out the food and then let everyone dig in! The avocado salsa is a new favourite. So good. Time to eat up for Easter brunch 2018.

When making brunch, if you can’t decide between more breakfast or lunch items, then just go with a bit of both. Who says that eggs can’t go with roasted chicken? I mean, then you’ll start the topic of which came first, the chicken or the egg, but I’m sure it’ll be fun and the food delicious.

Easter Brunch 2018:

Easter Brunch 2018:

Easter Brunch 2018:

Fill your plate and enjoy the time with family.

For me, spending time with family is the best part of a holiday or celebration. Connecting, learning what’s new in each other’s lives, and knowing the love you share is stronger than you ever knew possible. Why? Because, well, you’re family. The older I get the more I start to understand the word family is flexible to include friends and dear loved ones, but what becomes more difficult is trying to explain why family is so important. It just is.

Easter Brunch 2018:

Happy Easter and I hope you have a wonderful weekend.

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