In typical fashion, I over-committed by helping open another business, launching not one but two blogs (and neither well, I might add), and attempting to keep my head above water with grad school, which I fall more and more out of love with all the time, but that’s neither here nor there. What is here – despite days on end of the most unseasonably hot weather in recent memory – is FALL! Don’t confuse my exclamation for excitement, I’m a summer girl through and through, however I’ve made the transition to jeans and I’m not turning back, so the weather is welcome to change starting yesterday. Thankyouverymuch, Mother Nature. Along with fall come some unique brunch dishes and drinks. Apple Cider Mimosas are among my favorite autumn apertifs. What are yours?
Mimosas Are Nice, But These Brunch Cocktails Make Day Drinking Feel Far More Upscale
The Fresh Squeezed and Basque Mule are calling to me! I’m not sure I’ll ever be able to drink an egg…
Nine dishes to help you build the perfect fall brunch menu
My distaste (no pun intended) for sweet potatoes is palpable, in fact it’s almost vulgar, so imagine my reaction to seeing the vegetable featured prominently atop the list of fall brunch foods. Yuck. 😣 Don’t get me wrong – every Thanksgiving my sweet mother has tried – valiantly – to disguise their mushy, weird sweetness among marshmallows, brown sugar, and a host of other things that would make a dentist’s jaw drop. And yes, every single dish tastes delicious! How could they not?! That texture though…😖 I digress. Here’s what looks amazing to me: Apple Bread (classic), Eggs in a Hole (rewind back to middle school Home Ec class), and Cranberry Delight (because my kidneys need it). 💗
The Local Yelp – Cincinnati: Brunch Spots You Don’t Want To Miss
If you find yourself traveling north next weekend for Rhinegeist’s Rare Beer Fest, first of all: Take me with you! Secondly, don’t go without consulting this list! Three of the five featured restaurants are situated nearby in the OTR – that’s Over-the-Rhine for you newbs. 😉
A Tale of 2 Georgia’s
Election 2018: Hall and some cities to vote on ‘brunch bill’ for early Sunday alcohol sales There are still places, such as Hall, in the United States where you cannot enjoy a brunch beverage at 11 a.m. Stop the madness! Anything after noon is just lunch. Election 2018: Hall and some cities to vote on ‘brunch bill’ for early Sunday alcohol sales
A Tale of 2 Georgia’s
Election 2018: Hall and some cities to vote on ‘brunch bill’ for early Sunday alcohol sales
There are still places, such as Hall, in the United States where you cannot enjoy a brunch beverage at 11 a.m. Stop the madness! Anything after noon is just lunch.
Savannah hosts second annual Brunch Festival
Why isn’t this already a thing in Lexington? We have Restaurant Week, Burger Week, Pizza Week, Crave, and probably other things I don’t even know about!