ENTERTAINING, EVERYDAY entertaining | January 31, 2010

Stylish Sunday Brunch with Baked Eggs Florentine

stylish sunday brunch tabletop on canadian house and home January 2010

I love these pictures of a Sunday brunch that was featured on Canadian House and Home. You will not have to wake up at 5 in the morning to set up this stylish tabletop. Whether you have a brunch with friends or family and kids, everyone will feel welcome with a navy and white tabletop.

food for a stylish sunday brunch- canadian house and home January 2010

The egg recipe is perfect since it enables the host to cook them in one shot. I typically make eggs in ramekins but the baked eggs florentine are as easy to make. Plus who can resist a sunny and tasty citrus fruit salad.

+ photos by Michael Graydon for Canadian House and Home – January 2010 edition

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4 Responses to “Stylish Sunday Brunch with Baked Eggs Florentine”

  1. Great post. Always looking for ideas for breakfast/brunch for house guests.

    Does anyone know where I can get the bouquet/stems that are pictured on the table? Perhaps they’re capiz shells?

  2. A perfect Sunday brunch! Checking H&H, I noticed the sausages are chicken. Nice alternative to beef or pork.

    However, since it’s Monday, I’ll be good and go for the fruit salad, but with blueberries.

  3. Oh this looks wonderful. But I am new here and cannot find the recipe! (help)

  4. The recipe is only available in the January issue of the magazine. Canadian House and Home may add it later to their online recipes. But I did not find it yet.