Throw a Farm Fresh Brunch

7.23.2012

Inspired by a trip to Terrain this weekend with the boyfriend (I am kicking myself for not bringing a camera), I dreamt up a little easy-to-throw Sunday brunch perfect for any time of year. One of my favorite things about Terrain, aside from the rustic-chic atmosphere, is their in-store café that serves the freshest of foods. To bring their covetable style and delicious dishes into your own farm fresh brunch, keep food and décor simple and keep the ingredients fresh.



The Rule: Keep it simple. You don't want to spend the entire morning in the kitchen and most of these dishes take only a few minutes to prepare. Delicious food does not have to be complicated, and when you serve seasonal/locally grown food, it will do the talking for you. 

The Menu:  Served family style, Can be adjusted according to season
+ Freshly Squeezed Orange-Grapefruit Mimosas
+ Assorted Crusted Breads
+ Strawberry & Basil Honey Soaked Salad
+ Baked Free Range Eggs with Melty Gruyère and Chives

The Place Setting:  Stick with a muted color palette to let the natural beauty of the food shine through. For a rustic table setting, kraft and slate look amazing together.

+ Ball Mason Jars (used as glasses)
+ Terrain Chalkboard Labels
+ Striped Paper Straws
+ Ikea Napkins
+ West Elm Plates
+ Paper Source Hang Tags
+ West Elm Flatware 
+ Terrain Slate Coasters (on sale)


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3 comments

  1. Love the Mason Jar idea!

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  2. Love this rustic, natural feel—and especially that golden flatware!

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    1. Thanks! I've had my eye on that flatware for some time, too :)

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