Saturday, March 28, 2009

Welcome To Foodie Friday

Spring brings the promise of something beautiful waiting to bloom..


Soon these tiny bubs on our Plum tree will blossom into.....


these pink and....


luscious flowers.


I wait with bated breath.


*NESTING*



This was my sweet inspiration for our SPRING BRUNCH.


I built a potato nest.



Filled it with, smoked ham, an egg and
a white sharp cheddar hollandaise sauce.
It's hard to snap photos with a ravenous husband trying to eat the foodscape while it's hot!
Folded dinner napkins turned into bunnies, forming napkin rings. I like mine with (candy) faces, which is optional.
*I will be posting instruction for the bunnies.*



A spring /summer delight....*THE PARFAIT*
This is no ordinary yogurt parfait.
Using (only)the following ingredients to achieve maximum deliciousness..
(Dannon) La Creme' vanilla yogurt, Trader Joes vanilla almond granola, fresh fruit.
Layer each ingredient generously and enjoy.
This has become a popular request from my guests during their stay.



When their petals drop....I play amongst the pink snow flakes.


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17 comments:

Kristina P. said...

That food looks AMAZING!!!

Martha said...

Love your "nests" -- what a great idea and the bunny napkins -- how cute with faces. I did come back -- and will come back again and again -- you have a great blog!

Joyce said...

Nests are adorable..Im so hungry so what time are you serving these?
Joyce

The Quintessential Magpie said...

What an adorable post! Love everything from the inspiration (gorgeous!) to the cute bunny napkins to the amazing food! Great job!

XO,

Sheila :-)

bj said...

Oh, this looks just fabulous! I want to find out how to do the napkins in such a cute way...

Foley said...

Oh, I really envy you hving tht eautiful plumree..I bt you can't wait for it to bloom!

Love those potato nests..how do you make them? The parfait looks yummy!!

What cute bunny napkins - Great blog!

BTW - the faux grilled cheese on my blog..there is a link to the recipe site on the word. :)

Vintage Kitten said...

Good God your potato nest looks amazing!!! I love potatoes in any shape or form (as my hips will testify) LOL! Your blog always makes me hungry X

Green Girl in Wisconsin said...

Parfait and potatoes--sounds delish!

Shelia said...

Hi Sara! Oh, I didn't know I went to the wrong place! Well, I love that precious little bird's nest! I wanna make one too! I love the dessert too! Yum!
Yes, the water fountain was amazing! That was my very first time to Washington, so we just saw a little bit of it. It's gorgeous but man, it was cold!!
Take care, Dear One!
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

Chandy said...

Your nest looks amazing and delicious! And yes, that parfait, worth repeating- in my house! LOL

Thanks!

Justine/Justiney/Tiney said...

Okay girl, when did you actually post this? Because it's saying 5 days ago, but this is the first I'm seeing it. I'm guessing you had it in draft and then published without changing the date?

OmG, that potato thing looks soooooooooooooo good! so does the parfait!!!!

Justine :o )

Kristen said...

What a great idea for 'nests' - the dish looks wonderful. And the parfaits! And the bunny napkins! It's all wonderful.

Gollum said...

I'm wild about the potato nests! What a super post!

Kathleen said...

That looks delicious! I'll have some of both!

A Bite of Country Cupcakes said...

Oh I want a seat at your table...
Yum!

Leigh of Bloggeritaville said...

Wow! What an feast for the eyes! Looks fabulous!

Beth at Aunties said...

Sara,
The nests look scrumptious and so does the fruit! No wonder your foodscape wants is about to be eaten before you finish!

Easter Greetings!
Beth