Tuesday, July 10, 2007



Finally, the round-up has been released!

When I created this event, I never thought that it would be so popular. There were so many entries (52 all in all) that I got overwhelmed be the amount of work it represented. In a sense, I was somehow a "victim" of my own success. Amazing!

I hope that you'll enjoy the round-up and that it will give you ideas for your future Sunday breakfasts and brunches...

I wish to thank you all for your interest in this event and for your enthusiasm. Without you nothing would have been possible!!!

American bloggers:

Butta Buns at "Butta Buns" has been neglecting her brunches (see link) lately, although in the past, it was something that could have been compared to a mad competition or a monster affair of scrambled eggs, crepes, waffles, deep fried French toast, homemade hash, and every class of bacon under the sun!

Thankfully, Butta Buns and Q have restarted the ritual. She will now stop by the store to buy smoked salmon and all the other ingredients needed in order to make a bagel & lox sandwich or she will buy some beer for her Welsh rarebit...

Gattina at "Kitchen Unplugged" is a Hongkong Chinese who remembers having surreal brunches at the Hilton hotel, every Sunday. There, with her husband, she used to have fresh brewed coffee, juicy scrambled eggs and toasts with fruit preserves. Now that they live in the US, they are very content to have a comforting range of fried doughs and fried cookies...

During their childhood, both of them had fried food for breakfast, so naturally that's what Gattina chose for their Sunday brunch. Her "Chocobanache Beignets" (see link) look wonderful and very scrumptious!

Jmom at "In Our Kitchen" always has either a Southern or an Filippino breakfast. She loves that kind of food so much that she even has breakfast in place of dinner!

With her husband, she has country ham, plenty of green tomatoes, fried green tomatoes along with liver pudding accompanied with buttery grits.

Lannae at "Lannae's Food And Travel" likes her Sunday brunch (see link) to be simple and enjoyable. She loves to slow down and enjoy her free time, therefore she wants no fuss at the table...

She enjoys to take time to look at something like Cook's Illustrated, the New York Times, or some other kind of magazine, to sip her coffee with a drop non-homogenized whole milk and eat some homemade healthy granola (recipe on her blog).

Ming The Merciless at "New York City Daily Photo" loves brunches and likes to eat a nice meal before visiting a museum or before a walk around the city on Sunday morning.

His ideal meal is composed of
eggs cooked sunnyside up, sausages, home fries, rye toasts with butter and a cup of good coffee.
Some weeks ago, he had scrambled egg burritos topped with salsa verde and Mexican queso blanco served with black beans and h
ome fries (potatoes), three cups of coffee with milk and no sugar.

Paz at "The Cooking Adventures Of Chef Paz" likes to get her Sunday brunch (see link) delivered from a little coffee shop near her place. She agrees on the fact that it's maybe not all that healthy, but, oh boy, it looks scrummilicious!

Sometimes, she goes out for brunch. She will then order something healthier like fruits and toast. But what she loves the most are pancakes. It is her treat...

This time, Paz ordered sausages, pancakes and eggs. A heavy brunch that she usually finishes off with a can of Coke!

Penglobe at "Penglobe", an expat living in the Big Apple, has kept a good souvenir of her brunches (see link) at the hotel "Le Palace" in Biarritz (France)...

The brunch buffet consisted of yoghurts, d fresh fruits, various cheeses, fruit salads, "Galette A La Frangipane" (frangipany tart), different kinds of cakes, dried fruits, baked items like "Croissants", "Pains Au Chocolat" (chocolate croissants) or "Pains Au Sucre" (little brioches topped with sugar), jams and freshly pressed fruit juices.

Sher at "What Did You Eat?" really loves brunches (see link) as it's her favorite meal, although she admits that she doesn't have them very often on the weekend (generally she'd have cold cereals). For her, it is a good occasion to eat a lot of fine stuff and invite her official tester, Nancy...

She decided upon making a marvelous "Sweet Cherry & Almond Coffee Cake" (recipe on her blog) after having seen a recipe that she wanted to try on another blog.

Susan at "Food Blogga" 's favorite brunch (see link) dish is very laid-back and is a popular Tex-Mex cuisine item, since she lives in Southern California: huevos rancheros (ranch-style eggs = eggs served over wheat or corn tortillas).

She loved EVERY huevos rancheros that she had and NEVER did she eat the same twice as it was prepared differently each time! She'll have her eggs either fried, scrambled or sunny side up. As toppings, she'll have black beans or pinto, veggies like peppers, potatoes, corn, and chayote squash, cheese from sharp cheddar to Jack to Cotija, sour cream, guacamole and even certain sauce like fiery moles and various salsas...

Swank Cateterers at "What's cooking In Carolina?" says that in the South, people don't really have brunch. It's not such a big thing, but they do have breakfast (see link)...

They love to have bacon, s
ausage (local sausage from southern pig farmers) and ham (country) with toasted breads (local seeded multi grain), grits (a combo of local white and yellow), hash browns. Muscadine jelly or raspberry or fig (homemade) is added for those with a sweet tooth. And in-season fruits! If they have many people at home, then they'll make blueberry pancakes or pecan waffles. When entertaining friends, They like to make eggs Benedict with bacon or crab with an English muffin, a crab cake, a poached egg with freshly made hollandaise and a mimosa. Lately, they've been having sour cherry juice and champagne.

However, lately, they've been trying to loose some weight and unless they have guests, mostly they've been rotating breakfast; one day, hard boiled egg with fat free cottage cheese and yogurt and the next, an egg white omelet stuffed with Gwatney low fat sausage, sautéd with bell pepper, onion, garlic and low fat provolone cheese and topped with homemade salsa. Another occasional treat is their version of "shit-on-a-shingle".

Tartelette at "Tartelette", very much like Sher, chose to blog about her wonderful "Cherry And Coconut Coffee Cake" (by Dorie Greenspan) which disapeared very rapidly after it was proposed to her guests...

Generally, on Sundays, she'll have brioche that she either toasts or transforms into French toast. A few months after moving to the US, she immediately fell in love with coffee cakes. That's exactly what she made in order to use her stash of fresh cherries!

Vanessa at "Confiture Maison" is a real brunch freak! Her family's table is just covered with gorgeous food!

They all love: buttermilk pancakes with fresh mango and slices of apple (being a Frenchie, she always gets the jams out, malthough maple syrup always takes over!), chocolate chip pancakes (for her children), linseed flour and cranberry muffins, asparagus and cheddar omelet, beet(root) greens omelet....

Canadian bloggers:

Burekaboy at "Is That My Buréka?" doesn't care much about breakfasts as food first thing in the morning is the last thing on his mind. Brunch (see link), on the other hand, is more his style on weekends as he likes to enjoy it with friends...

Generally he has brunch outside, either at the Ritz Carlton Hotel, the Queen Elizabeth Hotel (more upscale), at an eatery called "Beauty" or at a chain restaurant named "Eggspectations".

typical brunch consists of coffee, a fruit salad, either french toast or omelet or bagel with cream cheese & lox, a pastry of some sort and maybe some fruit juice. That definitely fills him until late afternoon...

Carja at "Chroniques Gourmandes" admits to have spent hours in her kitchen in order to prepare the Sunday brunch (see link) to which her father was invited! After their regenerative meal, they went out to take a walk around old Québec.

Here's the menu on that day: quiche with mushrooms and onions, banana cookies, croissants, fresh fruits (melon, strawberry, mandarin...), spreads (apple sauce with marple syrup, milk caramel) and condiments (fruit ketchup and vinegared beetroot).

Gato Azul at "Gato Azul - Chat Bleu" has the most well-decorated and raffined breakfast table (see link) I have ever seen! During the warmers days, she loves to eat while reading her books, on her magnificent verrandha with a view over her dreamlike garden and with the sound of birds chirping...

Firstly, she has a marple yoghurt, then she eats a few blueberry pancakes with sausages and marple syrup. Gato Azul also has to drink a "Café Au Lait" (coffee with hot milk), otherwise her meal would not be complete!

Greg & Josée at "Greg & Josée (Au Québec)" have eaten their breakfast (see link) outside on their terrace in order to appreciate the warmth of the spring sun.

A very enjoyable moment of peace shared around a cup of good hot chocolate and some fresh bread!

Miss Diane at "Les Carnets De Miss Diane" has a very kind partner who prepared a whole breakfast (see link) for her...

Here's his susprise table: mimosa (orange juice with sparkling wine, buckwheat crepes, marple syrup and marple flakes, strawberry and rhubarb puree and black coffee.

English blogger:

Paul and Freya at "Writing At The Kitchen Table" have prepared a extra special post as it was bank holiday in England. So, since Paul is in charge of the Sunday cooking, he decided to get up early in order to get two quails out of the freezer and some leftover food that he cooked and processed until it formed a kind of frappe. You are getting afraid by now, thinking "who's this mad guy?"! Well, let me tell you, it was for the dogs, hehe!

On this day, their brunch (see link) consisted of: homemade (English) chips liberally sprinkled with sea salt and vinegar from the jar of pickled onions with two fried organic eggs, fried organic streaky bacon, hashbrowns and toasted bread...

Filippino blogger:

ChichaJo at "80 Breakfasts" loves European-style breakfasts, but for this game, she decided to prepare a traditional Filippino breakfast (see link) instead. In the Filippines, people love breakfasts and know how to fill up their stomachs!

Here's her typical breakfast called "tapsilog": cured meat (wild boar tapa) doused with her homemade vinegar mix that has pieces if bird’s eye chilies as well as ginger, garlic and pepper and accompanied by fried rice and eggs.

French bloggers:

2Boubous at "Un P'tit Creux?" loves breakfasts, but for her, brunches (see link) are really the quintessence of Sundays, because one can take time to prepare everything and start the day perfectly!

Her brunch goes as follows: straw
berry and apricot salad with balsamic vinegar and vanilla sugar and fresh blueberry pancakes with chocolate sauce...

Anne at "Papilles Et Pupilles" wanted to speak about a magical place where she has brunched (see link) lately: on a barge named "La Dame De Shanghai".

There, the choice of food is vast and ranges from savory stuff to sweet things. You can even have warm dishes as well as cold dishes...

Carpe Diem at "Repaire Et Repère" gets up around dawn, so she usually has breakfast (see link) instead of preparing brunch...

This time though, she made a brunch that consisted of: coffee, tea, seeded bread rolls, small brioches with or without chocolate chips, fig and vine peach jams, a cream cake, seasonal fresh fruits, lavender honney and fresh goat's cheese marinaded in olive oil with herbs.

Céline-Marine at "Comme Une Bulle" has got out her Japanese plates and pots especially for us! Generally she keeps her brunches quite simple and most of the time she's alone to eat.

On her table, you'll always find tea (orange tea), proteins (chicken, tofu, graved lax, scrambled eggs...), cereals (healthy cereal muffins, scones, granola or slices of bread), a milk product (biological goat's yoghurt mixed with honey) and fresh fruits (strawberries dipped in sugar). For this very blog event, she has decided to treat us with some luxurious food. Her protein count was brought by smoked eel, dill shrimps and a deliciously tender biological smoked salmon!

Chris at "Coups 2 Coeurs" has problems organizing a real brunch (see link) because her little girl of five is always here to remind her that the dinner can't wait till 1pm and that she wants to eat pasta and meat! So, with her husband, she has to find a compromise: a big breakfast-brunch.

On their table you'll more likely find the following items: coffee, tea, hot chocolate, freshly pressed orange juice, fresh fruits (kiwis, bananas, cherries, strawberries, apricots, pears...), yoghurts or cream/fresh cheese, bread to eat with homemade jam (pear, strawberry, fig...), cereals with milk or spice bread, fresh and warm croissants, cake and even some cheese.

Dorian at "Mais Pourquoi Est-Ce Que Je Vous Raconte Ca..." starts being nostalgic at the mere thought of brunches. In the past, he and his wife used to sleep until the middle of the afternoon and brunch (see link) only then. Now that they have three children things have drastically changed. There is no time to stay in bed anymore!

Here's the great food Dorian prepared for his family's gourmet brunch: a rolled omelet with herbs and spices, a shrimp salad with 2 kinds of pomelos, chocolate bread (cake) with orange marmelade, orange rind butter, pistachio praline butter and a sp
arkling pomelo drink.

Eglantine at "Le Placard d'Elle" considers her breakfast time (see link) as privileged. She enjoys the silence and calm that surrounds her and likes to either read the newspaper or play crosswords...

If she doesn't have anything to eat, then she can quite easily become irrascible! And although, it is an important meal to her eyes, it doesn't have to be big.

She'll always have a bowl of milk coffee without sugar, a bit of bread (sometimes toasted), crackers with butter (never any jam). Exceptionally she'll eat some leftover fruity dessert or during the holidays, the breakfasts will be quite big with bread and jam. When there are guests, she'll treat them well and she'll then have with them (after having firstly eaten breakfast earlier on in order to be in good spirits)...

Emilie at "Le Blog D'une Jeune Maman" gets up very early on weekends, so she'll always have a classic breakfast (see link)...

It goes in that way: a few expressos (while reading a magazine or a book), lightly toasted and warm fresh bread with butter (that melts thaks to the heat of the toasted bread) and homemade jam (fig jam made by her parents or her own mirabelle jam)...

Gracianne at "Un Dimanche A La Campagne" generally feels lazy on Sundays and although all her little family prefers to either have a light breakfast and a big dinner around 2pm, this time, they exceptionally had a gargantuesque and delicious brunch (see link).

It all started with a typical English breakfast (eggs, bacon, baked tomatoes, sausages, fried mushrooms and beans), then it was followed by pancakes with tons of maple syrup, a fruit salad (strawberries, mangoes, apples and oranges soaked in a fragrant ginger and pepper syrup) and finally their brunch ended with a "Bourdaloue Tart" (a French pear and almond tart) that one of Gracianne's friends brought with her.

Hélène at "Chez Becky Et Liz" seems to love brunching (see link).

On her table you'll find: orange juice, a pallet of different fruits, ham, eggs, sardines, croissants, jam yoghurts, herbed fresh cheese spread....

Hélène at "Dans L'assiette De Mademoiselle Charlotte & Cie" never has breakfast, so she didn't know how to take part in this game. Fortunately, she met other foodbloggers in Paris with whom she had brunch (see link) at a nice place called "Les Editeurs"!

There were 20 of them at the same table and it was delicious! The menu was as follows: hot drinks, a basket full of baked goods (viennoiseries, bread, toast, jam, butter...), fresh fruit juices, scrambled eggs and a salad with marinaded salmon, fresh cheese with honey and sesame seeds and a fruit salad.

Iris at "Le Potager D'Iris" has a simple, but really enjoyable breakfast...

She eats croissants, pains au chocolat and drinks milk coffee (café au lait). Her girls prefer to have some muffins and orange juice....

Jess at "Salmorejo, Paella, Turròn and Co" likes to be lazy on Sunday s, to spend time with her partner and have a good breakfat/brunch (see link)...

That's what they like to have: hot drinks (cappuccino, coffee, hot chocolate and green tea with mint), cold drinks (orange juice, vitamin juice and milk), sweet treats (peaches in syrup, homemade bread, chocolate cake with pecans and salty butter, vanilla brioche, little brioches and biscotti), spreads (butter, honey, apricot jam and berry jam), savory delicacies (plancha fried quail eggs, plancha fried bacon, plancha fried speck, gouda and hard-boiled quail eggs).

Katie at "Thyme For Cooking" speaks about her past brunches (see link), before they gave any thought to calories, cholesterol or any form of healthy eating...

Generally they in
cluded a huge Prime Rib Roast, a freshly baked ham, eggs Florentine, Benedict, poached, scrambled or fried, potatoes (scalloped, au gratin, fried) and Cheesy Hash Browns, some sort of fish (poached or pan-fried), peel'em-yourself shrimp, toast, bacon, sausage, waffles and pancakes, fruit crepes, cheese blintzes, chocolate cake, donuts and pastries and Irish Coffee.

Then, they joined health clubs, went to fancy health spas on vacation, cut back on one or two things in their diet and eliminated the brunches. They had fresh fruit and yogurt for breakfast, the only acknowledgment of Sunday was a pot of gourmet coffee to sip whilst reading the Sunday Funnies!

Now, they tend to ea
t light meals in the morning. Other than the once-a-year early Sunday morning deliver of fresh croissant and pain au chocolat, they'll have cereals (usually Bran Flakes). In winter, sometimes, they'll have hot porridge and rarely, they'll have omelets or poached eggs. The closest they come to any decadence at all is 'Fitness avec Chocolat Noir', rice and oat flakes with a few 'petals' coated in a lovely dark chocolate.

Times have changed...

Lavande at "Ligne Et Papilles" rarely has brunches, because she has young children and never has time for anything else than a light breakfast (wholemeal bread or cake with a cold chocolate) at 7am.

Since she was in Aurillac at a food festival, she has taken the opportunity to blog about brunches (see link) and the buffet at the hotel...

Lucile Poppins at "Si J'y Arrive..." had the following stuff for breakfast (see link): German pumpernickel bread with butter, soft-boiled egg and bread fingers to dip in, some grapefruit and a cup of tea...

Lulu et Ninie at "Les Gourmandises Des Petites Bloggeuses" had a brunch (see link) after waking up late because they went to a school party...

That's what they had: strawberries, melon, te, kamut bread, cake leftovers (cannelés, meringues, "moelleux" cake with strawberries and "merveilles/French doughnuts"), sliced and fried blood sausages, tomatoes, bread, charcuteries...

Mamina at "Et Si C'était Bon" is a real gourmet with golden hands. She usually doesn't like to get up late, but if she finds that it's not breakfast time anymore, then she'll decide upon having brunch (see link).

In the morning, she's not a savory person, so a hard boiled egg with bread and salty butter is p
retty much the only thing that she can swallow. Mamina is a real sweet tooth... She'll have an expresso or two accompanied by a viennoiserie or a slice of cake, orange juice, fresh fruit mixed with cream/fresh cheese and a few apricots.

Marie Flo at "Ma Nature 2" believes that when you eat well for breakfast (see link), you start your day in a healthy way...

With her husband, she'll
have a cup of tea or coffee, orange juice, Budwig cream (see infos), seasonal fresh fruits (vitamins) and homemade brioche with jam and butter.

Marion at "Il En Faut Peu Pour Etre Heureux" prepared a post that compiled a complete week worth of brunches (see link). She loves that kind of meal as you can do what you want, have fun and prepare astronomical quantities of food!!!

Here are the wonderful recipes (see posts entitled "What's For Brunch" I-IV) she's decided to sh
are with us: carrot cake, chorizo and camembert muffins, English spices and fig scones, banana bread, olive oil cakes, dulce leche, lemon curd and strawberry and balsamic vinegar jam.

Mercotte at "La Cuisine De Mercotte" knows what a good brunch (see link) is. Being an admirable baker and cook, she is also a real specialist when it comes to organizing a brunch, because she has a guest house!

If you are one of her guests, here's what you'll be likely to enjoy at her place: brioches, chocolate cakes with almonds and raspberries, homemade bread, pumpkin cake, praline cake, cardamom cookies, "Nonnettes" (round little spice cakes), muffins, fresh fruit salad with "Faisselle" (fresh cheese), farmer's butter, homemade jams, the neighbor's honey, leftovers like macaroons or fruit candy, argan oil brioche, serrano ham, cheeses, farm eggs and the list is long... All that good stuff is, of course, accompanied by various kinds of teas, coffees (black or latte macchiato), hot chocolates made with Varloha chocolate.

Mingoumango at "La Bouche Pleine" also likes to have brunch (see link) which is very classical, but ever so enjoyable and well-balanced. As it takes a certain time to prepare, Mingoumango's boyfriend nibbles on something like a cookie while waiting for the brunch to be ready...

Mingoumango also tells us that she has seduced her lover thanks to her gorgeous brunches. So girls, there's no excuse now, you know how to win the heart of your darling!!!

Here's how it goes: soft-boiled eggs, a "Baguette Monge" (for dipping in the egg yolk and making "tartines"), a yoghurt sweetened with raspberry jam, freshly pressed fruit juice ("Bloody Smoothie"), a hot chocolate (by C. Felder), a croissant, Nutella paste, Isigny butter.

Mounet at "Cerises Et Clafoutis" and her husband are always the first in the house to wake up on Sunday mornings. Their daughters (with their boyfriends) generally get out of bed a little later and join them for brunch (see link)...

This Sunday they had home
made jams (Spanish melon, strawberry, rose, cherry...), honey (all kinds of flowers and a Haute-Savoie honey another blogger sent), homemade spelt bread, salty butter from Guérande, coffee, praline brioche and fruit juice (blood orange and orange).

Mutante at "Cuisine Mutante" who still lives at home either eats alone (because her mother doesn't eat in the morning) or eats with her boyfriend when he's at her place or if they are on holiday.

Here's an example of what she will have: milk coffee (or coffee milk) without sugar, anything sweet that she finds (leftovers of cakes, cookies waffles, crepes), a soft-boiled egg (very rarely though), brioche if her mother makes jam, cereals (if she goes to school), viennoiseries (when her boyfriend is there), a verrine with cream cheese or yoghurt (during the holidays) and sugar buns.

Mylena at "Autour De M" loves to have breakfast on a sunny terrace during her holidays. In her post, she shows us the delicious food that was served when she was at the hotel "Le Columbo" in Porto.

Slices of fresh fruits, yoghurts and chestnut flour cake, raspberry sabayon and chocolate cake, crème brûlée and cake with chocolate chips, mango-coconut-pineapple tiramisù and almond biscotti...

Oum Koulthoum at "1001 Saveurs" generally wakes up quite late on Sunday mornings and has a consistant breakfast which is in fact a brunch (see link). As she has problems wih savory food at this time of the day, she subsequantly eats sweet food...

Here is the brunch she had: chrik (Constantinean brioches) filled with milk chocolate or not, mint tea, orange juice and cherry honey (to eat with the non-filled brioches).

Sometimes, Oum Koulthoum will make her bread on Saturday evening, other times she will get up early in order to make waffles, crepes, beignets... She always drinks tea (Lipton, mint, etc...) and at certain times, she'll eat a yoghurt

Pauline at "La Fée Maison", who temporarely lives in Turkey (till September) with her boyfriend RV, loves to brunch. As a matter of fact, back in Nantes it is their favorite activity! After having run and bought food at the Talensac market, they brunch (around 1-2 pm).

Here's an example of what they like to eat and drink: guacamole, raisin crepes, viennoiseries, melon, fried bananas, some tarama or tzatziki, shrimps, bread and butter...

$ha at "P'tit Miam Tout En Couleur" had another foodblogger (Claude-Oliver from Switzerland) at home, so they both had an exceptionally festive and non-traditional breakfast!

They had: sweet and savory muffins, almond and goji berry cookies, a fresh fruit salad (kiwi, pineappla and ginger), one leftover candied mango and ginger madeleine, homemade yoghurts, maple syrup, peach and coconut juice as well as coffee...

Véro at "Cuisine Métisse" loves to have breakfast and for her, brunches (see link) are the best of all breakfasts. Generally, they vary depending on what's in her cupboards or depending on her mood...

Here is the kind of classic brunch that Véro and her family will have when they wake up late: a big tea for her, a cappuccino for her "Doudou" (hubby) and hot chocolates for the girls, cro
que-monsieurs, toasted bio-bread, fruits (grapefruits, passionfruits, kiwis...), free trade fruit juice (guava), jams (her favorites are blackberry and fig/violet) and buttermilk scones.

Zutmarie at "Crème Laurette" can't sleep till late on Sunday mornings, therefore she'll have breakfast (see link) rather than brunch. Anyhow, she likes this special moment as she can take her time to enjoy things...

She usually alway
s eats some cereals, a fruit, has a milk product and a hot beverage. This very Sunday, she had: cereal bread, some fruits, milk, Nutella, hibiscus and pineapple tea, coconut jam, blackberry jam, banana and raspberry pancakes with maple syrup and macha and raspberry muffins.

Israeli blogger:

Baroness Trapizina at "Baroness Trapuzina" never has brunch on Sundays for the simple reason that, in Israel, the working week starts on that very day! Anyhow she still decided to take part in the event, because, with her husband, Baroness Trapuzina loves to brunch on Saturdays.

They'll always have a herbed omelet, fresh squeezed orange juice from oranges that grow three minutes walk from their home, fresh brewed coffee, various Israeli soft and semi-soft cheeses, jam and homemade bread or scones. This time, she made wholewheat scones with cottage cheese, labane and Bulgarian cheese spread, and served a leftover fruit salad.

Portuguese blogger:

Elvira at "Tasca Da Elvira" never really brunches...

Occasionally, during the winter, she'll have an
American-style brunch with fried eggs, bacon, French toasts with fig jam, coffee, fruit juices...

It is only when she is out of home that she'll have a late Portuguese- style breakfast or brunch (see link): pâo-de-lò (see recipe), seasonal fruits, cheese, charcuteries (see infos), homemade pumpkin and cherry jam, mountain honey, salted butter, fresh bread, fruit juices and milk coffee...

Swiss blogger:

Claude-Olivier at "1001 Recettes" went to a foodies picnic in France and then visited $ha with whom he had breakfast (see link).

The complete report was posted on her blog "P'tit Miam Tout En Couleur" (see link)...

Scroll up for more infos, under "French Bloggers".


  1. ah nonnnnnnnnnnnnn je l'ai raté !!!

    Quel beau travail et belles réalisations. Mes félicitations à tout le monde et surtout à toi Rosa

  2. ah je rale toujours un peu quand je viens sur ton blog car j'ai trop envie de le lire mais 1/j'ai pas écouté mes cours d'anglais 2/la barre de traduction est introuvable... alors je lis les photos et là je me dis ... wouah dis donc jolis tripotés de brunchs...!!! je t'embrasse

  3. Plein de bonnes choses!
    Joli travail pour récapituler tout ça!

  4. Et voilà trop tard! J'aurais voulu y participer mais...
    Beau récapitulatif qui nous permet de découvrir encore de nouveaux blogs.
    Comme Hélène, j'ai du mal en anglais, je regarde les images et je clique sur les "link".
    Encore bravo!

  5. Bravo pour ce beau travail ! C'était une excellente idée de ta part ! (idéal pour moi qui ne participe pas beaucoup aux jeux de la culinosphère)

  6. quel travail et quelle belle participation je suis contente que tu ai eu autant de réponse : tu le mérites bien

  7. Wow, what a great turn out you have! It's neat to see the different brunches from so many places. Thanks again for putting this altogether.

  8. quel beau défilé! chapeau, Rosa, ça a dû te demander un temps fou!

  9. Quel récapitulatif! Un vrai plaisir, plein de gourmandises et de découvertes!! Merci!

  10. I am so sorry I could not take part to this Sunday brunch theme...It's great to see all the variety of food people eat for breakfast! Well done!

  11. tout d'abord, un grand merci et bravo pour tout cela, c'est un énorme travail !!!! Et bruncher avec $ha, ca vaut tout l'or du monde ^__^ Et seul swiss en plus ;-) biz

  12. Merci Rosa pour ce reportage extraordinaire. J'ai beaucoup aimé et c'est incroyable de voir la diversité des brunch et petit déj.
    Quel boulot c'est sûr pour faire ce billet.
    Merci encore et bonne soirée
    Bises amicales

  13. c'est super de voir tous ces petits-déjeuner!
    quel travail, bravo rosa!!

  14. Superbe récapitulatif, idée géniale pour rallier ton monde, participations exquises, un meme exemplaire! Bravo Rosa! Et le prochain?

  15. Mais, mais, je suis complètement passé à côté de cet évènement?!?
    Super de voir tous ces gens qui y ont participés.

  16. I had bookmarked this event because it was right up my alley and I so wanted to participate. But things got in the way and you know how it goes. Nevertheless, I'm enjoying everyone's entries. Great job with the event and round up! :)

  17. supercette rétroscepctive de brunch
    merci pour ton pasage chez moi

  18. MINOUSCHKA: Dommage... Merci!

    HÉLÈNE: Merci! Mince alors! Utilises-tu Firefox? Je ne sais pas pourquoi la barre est introuvable... Bises.

    CHRIS: Merci beaucoup!

    MENUS PROPOS: Merci! Dommage! J'ai un traducteur, en cas ou (dans la marge à droite après l'horloge et le compteur)...

    MINGOUMANGO: Merci beaucoup :-D!

    MOUNET: Merci, ça me fait plaisir d'entendre ça!...

    BUTTA BUNS: Thanks for your visit and kind comment :-D!

    ALYA: Merci! Oui, j'ai cru devenir folle!....

    $HA: Merci! Contente de te faire découvrir d'autres horizons!

    LOLOTTE: Thanks! That's no problem ;-P...

    CLAUDE-OLIVIER: Merci pour ton compliment et pour y avoir participé! Contente de savoir que ce brunch avec $ha était super... Bises.

    MARIE FLO: Merci! Je suis contente de savoir que tu as apprécié ce billet! Un travail fou... Bises.

    AUNTIE JO: Merci beaucoup! Bises...

    GATO AZUL: Merci pour tous ces gentils compliments! Le prochain? Quand je me serais remise de celui-ci qui m'a demandé beaucoup de concentration ;-P...

    CAMMU: Dommage! Une prochaine fois, peut-être...

    CHRISTINE: Thanks! Such stuff happens ;-P! Next time, maybe...

    NUAGE DE LAIT: Merci pour ta visite et ton gentil commentaire! Bises...

  19. Is it almost Sunday? Cause I can't wait to try some of these recipes! Thanks for the delicious round-up.

  20. Merci infiniment Rosa, pour ce diaporama commente! Tu fais les choses admirablement bien! Je reviendrai juste pour le plaisir de te lire parler de nos brunches.