11/18/11


Lately Mike and I have been going to a church on Sunday evenings, which means that Sunday mornings are now the perfect opportunity for brunch.

My friend Sarah has not only an amazing sunroom, but also a charming, cozy apartment. My friends and I gathered for a simple Sunday morning feast of pancakes, bacon, raspberry buttermilk cake, and christmas oranges. We chatted, looked at beautiful cookbooks, and I, unsurprisingly, took many photos.

25 comments:

  1. we always have brunch on saturday morning + it's my favorite. this looks so wonderful too. so cozy + relaxed!

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  2. this looks positively lovely. the paper flowers in the door are beautiful. also, my grandma has dishes *Very* similar to those. how cool is that? also, i really love your blog. it's like a journal with untitled entries and the pictures to all the talking. just beautiful. :))
    -jocee <3

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  3. it sounds just lovely! I love the cozy feel to the images. We have church on Sunday evenings as well, so Sunday mornings are casual, lazy, and relaxed, with big breakfasts and pajamas. xo

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  4. i spy the time traveler's wife on that bookshelf- it's my fave! love your friend's place. plants + books+ good food= heaven!

    xo
    sami

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  5. Sounds perfect. As always love your photographs ... they are always so calming. Bisous.

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  6. Sunday morning brunch is the best. This one looks so cozy and perfect.

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  7. that cookbook IS a gorgeous one.
    are some of these film?

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  8. looks wonderful. i love looking through cookbooks, especially beautifully photographed ones :)

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  9. @mackenzie: none are film, all are shot with the mkii. but i see what you mean. it was kind of dark, so the ISO was quite high - which i guess gave some of the photos a grainy, film-esque look :)

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  10. These photos basically sum up the one reason I wish our church met in the evening. So I can make omelettes and hum, "Sunday mornin', praise the dawnin'"...

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  11. Hi again!

    To thank you for the picture tip...

    Enjoy this from Coeur de Pirate;) An artist from Montreal

    she is really talented.

    coeurdepirate

    -alex-

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  12. i swear i fall more & more in love with your photos every time i visit your blog.

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  13. i lovelovelovelove every single shot. i want to be inside them. gorgeous!

    xo Alison

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  14. the place looks cozy! perfect to spend a sunday morning for sure! Also that cake in the last picture just made me hungry haha!

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  15. brunches are so fun. how nice to spend your sunday mornings.

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  16. What a beautiful teapot and china!

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  17. This looks so perfect!

    Maria xx
    http://www.cheekypinktulip.blogspot.com

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  18. oh my - can you let me know here that teapot is from?? it has my heart!

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  19. @saer: I asked her and Sarah said it's really old. I think someone gave it to her!

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  20. My old green pillow is in this post :) I love this apartment so much. I also love the raspberry buttermilk cake! I made it after I saw this post and then chatted with Sarah about how delicious it is!

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xo