Saturday, May 16, 2009

Sunday Supper :: Brunch

Omy gosh, Brunch. 
Our Sunday Supper Brunch Class last week was sooo amazing. Between the flowers, the food and the lovely people -it all came together so fantastically - we couldn't be more pleased. 
Scroll down the page recipes and more photos. We're breaking things down a bit for ya...in case you want to try this at home - we hope you do ! Happy Cooking. 

We served biscuits & butters, a souffle with wild mushrooms, heirloom tomato salad and wild salmon on the side.  For dessert- poached stone fruit with marscapone.  deeelish.  For the decor, we wanted to do a very clean white (kinda-girly) feast. A very long chef's table, adorned with jessie's wildflower arrangements, mismatched silverware and....voila ! the best brunch ever ! 

All Photography by karen mordechai











27 comments:

  1. so lovely! I just discovered your blog- it's beautiful, the photos are so gorgeous!

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  2. these pictures are gorgeous! They're giving me great inspiration ideas!

    lisa @ craftmybride.blogspot

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  3. Now that is a brunch I would LOVE to go too! Beautiful images!

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  4. Do you have any more photos of your centerpieces from Sunday supper No. 1 (the roses in ball jars and the apple blossoms)? I can't stop thinking about how gorgeous they are and I would love more pictures. Thanks!

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  5. Hi Michele - thank you we are blog blushing...i added one more photo of the flowers in there (5th one down from the top)

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  6. Wow! What a beautiful aesthic and a lovely, delicious sounding brunch! Wish I could've had a taste of that souffle! Any recipes to share? Awesome blog :-)

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  7. Have featured your blog in mine as "You're the Top!" Blog of the week :-)

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  8. hi Annabelle! Thanks for the blog love!! all the recipes are on the blog under the photo of the dish. Hope you try some out.

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  9. It's painful looking at how beautiful & awesome this thing that you are doing is. I want to move into your blog. Bravo!

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  10. I just found your blog via Decor8, I want you to know that I really, really love it! Your posts are gorgeous!

    Greetings from Italy,
    Federica.

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  11. I also found you through Decor8...congrats for the feature! Wow, your photos, food & parties are gorgeous! I hope to participate in the near future. Keep up the awesome work!

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  12. This is a BEAUTIFUL blog! Everything looks fabulous! I'm add you to my google reader and blog! Can't wait to see more.

    http://itsheavenly.blogspot.com

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  13. what a beautiful blog! i'm coming to new york in december - would be great to meet ya for a class! have a nice weekend!

    annina

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  14. Thanks for all the love & support ! We'll be posting more recipes & food tips soon so stay tuned ! annina...please do look us up when you're in town, we'd love to have you !

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  15. Thanks for the beautiful blog! Question: I would like to use this menu for a bridal shower I am hosting in a few weeks. Unfortunately the bride doesn't like fish. What other protein do you think would work well with the souffle and tomato salad?

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  16. What a lovely post!! I would love to join you if I am ever in New York. I appreciate your committment to local and organic in your menus. Your photography is stunning. Now, I am off to see what is in the pantry for a little supper...might not be quite as spectacular as your brunch!

    I will be back.

    Regards,
    Debbykay at Rose Cottage Gardens and Farm

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  17. A D O R A B L E blog!!! OMG where were you before !

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  18. wow..I love what you're doing here! this is so beautiful and wonderful for sure..I will be back often fo sho and maybe I'll take oneof your classes?! Go Brooklyn!

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  19. Hi Anonymous. Sorry to be just getting back to you now. For the shower you are hosting- some prosciutto di parma, maybe? That would be yummy. Let me know if you need more ideas.

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  20. I am absolutely drooling over your blog and the lovely photos of all the gorgeous food and flowers! You guys have just amazing talent...you can see it's just the way you live, so charming, thank you!

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  21. I had written about using the menu for a bridal shower brunch, and I just did a "test run" of the entire menu for a few friends. Everything turned out so awesome!!! I did the proscuitto instead of the salmon, and it provided a nice salty-ness that paired really well with the souffle. On the day of the shower, I need to make the menu for 15-20 people. Do you think I can make the souffles early in the morning, pour the batter in the ramekins, put it all in the fridge and then bake them a couple of hours later when the guests arrive? Also, do you think I could make the biscuit batter ahead of time too, keep it in the fridge and then bake those when the guests arrive?
    Thanks, this really is so easy and delicious!!

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  22. Yay!!! We are so glad!! So- make and bake the souffles for the full cooking time the day before then reheat them the next day for 10 min 350 degrees. Pour 2 tbl of cream on top before you bake. It will give them a nice topping.
    You can also make the biscuits the night before and reheat them at 350 degrees for 5-7 minutes. You can even do this in the toaster. They will taste like you made them that day. I promise! Good luck!! Can't wait to hear how it turns out.

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  23. The bridal shower brunch was a complete success!!! Everyone was so amazed that I was able to make such elegant, delicious food and pull it off with such ease. I took your advice and made most everything the night before and reheated the day of. I just "whipped up" the tomato salad and mushrooms while my guests were enjoying the warm, homemade biscuits. It was the largest party I have ever hosted and it couldn't have gone better...everything tasted absolutely divine! Thanks so much for your help and for your part in making my friend's bridal shower so special!! Biba, Boston MA

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  25. Oh, Yay!! Thanks for letting us know!! I could eat biscuits and strawberry butter right now! Got any left overs??

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