Easter went fabulously! Much as I missed the family, it was nice to be able to celebrate with friends and then relax the rest of the day with a dollar show movie (Argo). (Side note: I’m behind the times on this but Argo was so very good, and also incredibly stressful. I laughed, I cried, I sweated a lot. Go see it at your local dollar show, or maybe Redbox.)
Brunch went off without a hitch, except for a lack of chairs. You know you’re at a classy party when your guests sit on ottomans and exercise balls. Most of the food was able to be prepared ahead of time, so the only things I had to make the day of were potatoes and bacon/facon. The menu, with links for those interested in recipes:
Asparagus, caramelized onion, and Gruyere quiche – I used this formula with 4 ounces of Gruyere and 2 ounces of ricotta
Sweet potato and Russet potato home fries with chives
Bacon and Morningstar fake bacon
I fully intended on taking a picture of actual humans, but I forgot and only took pictures of food instead. But don’t worry, photographing your food for the Internet is a thing now.