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bruncheon

January 25th, 2011

A few accouterments for hosting a bruncheon (a brunchtime luncheon) for a few or maybe just a little something nice for you as you revel in the peace and quite of a beautiful mid-morning before setting out to tackle the day:

Left: Silly spoons made of fine bone china like this colorful Miix Spoon Set from the MoMA Store, $24.

Center: Porcelain plates that look like doilies perhaps set upon an actual paper doily in a pretty color, from Pier 1, $6 each

Right: Mini Pots of Jellys, Jams, Honey and Preserves by Bonne Maman, about $1 each

Miix Spoon Set Doily Plate Bonne Maman Mini Pots of Preserves

And of course, something to nibble on – a place to put your mini Bonne Mamans – something to go with a cuppa tea – homemade croissants.

Croissants recipe from La Tartine Gourmande

recipe c/o: La Tartine Gourmande

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