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14 May 2013

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New season brussels sprouts that were scrumptious pan fried with butter, garlic, oregano, cream and lemon juice mixed with gluten free pasta and topped with grilled pancetta and parmesan. My mother-in-law gave me this old copper pan and an electric copper kettle (they originally belonged to her parents!) and they are now happy on our shelves as a sign of food love and family history. And they’re not to be thrown out in any minimalist declutter sessions. :) +++ Sometimes I turn a weekend breakfast into a proper date at our outside table and then lure my husband out of bed with it! It’s a great way to treat him after a big week at work. Bacon oven baked in maple syrup, eggs, rocket and avocado with locally made onion relish, espresso for him, and water served in my much-loved teeny tiny French Duralex glasses. +++ A morning tea break for one with my homemade carrot & coconut muffin and Byron Bay Tea Company earl grey. The Fog Linen wood tea scoop is from Mr Kitly. Funny story, I originally transferred the tea to a nice jar that I had forgotten to sterilise so it now has a caramelised onion relish scent to it, oops!

10 Responses
  1. May 14, 2013

    Your outdoors feast looks very special – it’s nice to ring the changes with weekend breakfasts xo

  2. May 15, 2013

    Gorgeous! Can I come for brunch? So much love in your cooking. ox

  3. May 15, 2013

    i wish i had more hand-me-downs – family history + practicality, excellent.
    i truly adore everything about your tea for one.
    but does the caramelised onion flavour work? lol

  4. May 15, 2013

    Extra flavour to your earl grey tea now! I like that copper pan. Some things don’t deserve to get tossed out even when we’re hell-bent on decluttering :)

    And you know it’s true what they say about the way to a man’s heart.

  5. May 15, 2013

    Taste, colour, touch and smell and sizzle sounds- a breakfast for all the senses! Delicious!

  6. Megan permalink
    May 15, 2013

    Food love and family history – what a wonderful description of your copper utensils!
    Your outdoor breakfasts sound like a delightful treat for your husband.

  7. May 16, 2013

    You take the best photos of food my dear. It all looks and sounds delicious. I get food envy every time you have a food post.

    P xo

  8. May 18, 2013

    Your brunch looks amazing and a great thing to get out of bed for! Your cooper pan looks fantastic too and it must be great to use too.
    Sarah x

  9. May 19, 2013

    I love the colors on these pictures

  10. May 20, 2013

    Every time I find the time to browse through your blog again I’m amazed by your photography and your words. You seem to live your life so bravely & freely and I really admire you for that. Thanks for sharing it with us!

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