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Tuesday Tastings :: What Katie Ate

September 14th, 2010

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Lately I’ve been wanting to start getting friends together for Sunday brunch more often…it’s such a relaxed time of the weekend for entertaining, and I’ve found that mimosas & blueberry waffles are a surefire antidote to the Sunday blues. How apropos that I stumbled across a new blog obsession yesterday that includes the most luscious feature on “Sunday Morning Baked Eggs.” Now’s probably a good time to warn you: Don’t even think about hopping over to What Katie Ate unless you’re prepared to spend the next hour browsing the site. Photographer Katie Quinn Davies’ gorgeous images of food are positively addictive, and you’ll want to read the accompanying recipe for each one. Now back to eggs: check out the three versions below…which one will you be trying first?

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  1. Claudia says:

    These look AMAZING, and so perfect for brunch! I will definitely be trying this! 🙂

  2. Sarah says:

    I’m totally making one of these delicious egg recipies this weekend. My bro better appreciate it! Thanks for the inspiration Chamillonaire!

  3. Chanel Dror says:

    I’m gonna have to go with the third one… yummmm!

  4. Gail Styles says:

    Amazing!I can’t wait to try some of these recipies.

  5. Rochelle says:

    You were sooo right! I must have spent at least an hour on that site – where did the time go??

  6. […] I have a lot of love for Autumn, though sadly it all too quickly turns to Winter. To embrace the start of the season I’m planning a little brunch next week with the family. Brunch is just an excuse to have a lie in and have breakfast a bit later in the morning, but I’m all for it! Image sources: Apples and Cutlery | Maple Pancakes | Granola in Champagne Flutes | Baked French Toast | Leaf with Heart | Autumn Tablescape | Eggs in Teacups […]

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