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How to Plan and Host a Memorable Brunch — 24 Comments

  1. To celebrate Easter I always have a brunch. They can be so much work and if you do hot breakfast items although simple to cook everything needs to be ready at the same time. Your advice about not having to have everything perfect really hit the mark with me. If I can remember this advice it will certainly make hosting more fun than work. Thanks for sharing.
  2. Hi Helene, Shrimp and grits would be great on a brunch menu! Go for it! Thanks for your kind comments and for stopping by! Blessings, Janet
  3. Hi Leanna, How nice to have a brunch on Easter! I can just taste the Hot Cross Buns now! My husband is always reminding me that our family and friends are coming to see us, not the house. I agree with you that one of the most difficult things about hosting a meal is having everything ready at the same time. On Thanksgiving I actually write down a timetable telling myself what time to put the turkey in the oven, what time to start the Crock Pot Green Bean Casserole, etc. Thanks for your nice comments and visit and I wish you the best results with your Easter brunch this year! Blessings, Janet
  4. Hi Rhonda, Hope you're having a great week! Thanks for the nice comments and I'm sure you can host a great brunch! Thanks so much for hosting Sunday's Best, too! Blessings, Janet
  5. It the part about not trying to have everything perfect! What great advice. Every year I stress myself out and forget to enjoy the event and the guests because I am to busy worrying about the food, the house and everything else.
  6. Hi Melissa, Thanks for stopping by and I hope you'll be easier on yourself this year! Try to relax and enjoy your guests. Perhaps you're trying to do too much and need to make things simpler? Blessings, Janet
  7. That sounds like a great idea plus not having to host it every year yourself! Thanks for stopping by! Blessings, Janet
  8. Such a wonderful and helpful post. I love brunch, too. My friends always tell me that they're coming for breakfast which in fact, they arrive just before noon. Thanks for sharing such lovely post. Happy Fiesta Friday!
  9. Hi Jhuls, Thanks for your kind and positive comments! Sounds like you get to have "brunch" often with your friends! Thanks for hosting Fiesta Friday! Have a great week! Blessings, Janet
  10. Some great tips Janet, thank you very much. I've always been a little scared of hosting a brunch, mostly because I was worried there wouldn't be enough time to prepare everything, but I might just reconsider after reading your post
  11. I love having brunch usually during the weekend when we don't have to be up so early. And the nice thing is you can make all these delicious eats that take a bit longer than the quick breakfast. Also you can linger over your brunch and enjoy it.
  12. Hi Michelle, I hope you will try hosting a brunch! It doesn't have to be as fancy as those in hotels, etc. Just keep the menu simple and I'm sure you and your guests will have a ball! Blessings, Janet
  13. Hi Mary, How true! One of the best parts of a week-end brunch is being able to take your time, linger and enjoy! Thanks for your visit and kind comments! Blessings, Janet
  14. Hi Lynda, Thanks for your kind comments and visit! Thanks for hosting Awesome Life Friday, too! Blessings, Janet

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