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A Cozy Brunch to Share

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Receiving family for brunch at a cozy and lazy Sunday is one of our favorite things to do. With the newest trends of grazing tables, it’s so much easier than ever. No need for a set menu or an elaborate type breakfast/ lunch. Everything is placed at the center of the table, haphazardly like a pro did.


We created this one using the season’s fruits and making a scrumptious tart with said fruits.
It’s such a simple yet pretty idea when you place the platters of food at the center of the table.


Not only can you use fruits, but you can use cold cuts, cheese, nuts and quiches. Why not go the extra mile and make some waffles to go with the fruits. Drizzles some syrup and chocolate to top it all off!


Using a great tablecloth can spice up the look of the grazing table. Create height and depth with different serving dishes, making some of the dishes stand out more. Use wood platters for that rustic look and even add in some marble for a touch of sophistication.


In the end, when choosing your food, go for texture, colour and keeping them bite size for everyone to enjoy! Have fun with it! It’s a lazy, laid back type of Sunday brunch.




About May Houri

May is a self-taught baker and entrepreneur. Being the creative stylist and baker for Chocolata for the last 7 years, it has allowed her to stretch her creativity and imagination when it comes to desserts.

May is active in writing for her blog on chocolata.ca and has been featured in several party blogs like Pretty my Party, Hostess with the Mostess, Pizzazerie and so many more.

When she’s not baking, she can be found spending time with her children and continuously learning to grow her spiritual practice. Find out more about May at www.chocolata.ca.


About Julie Lapointe

Stylist and multidisciplinary designer, Julie Lapointe knows how to share her creativity and present unique home interior concepts that will be easy to integrate into your daily life.

For over 15 years Julie has been present in the world of interior design. Magazines such as ‘Coup de Pouce’ and ‘Les Idées de ma maison’ where you can see some of Julie’s inspirations as she creates interior design projects as well as innovative table settings.

Always on the lookout for new styles, it is with great elegance that Julie keeps evolving as a multi-faceted stylist. Find out more about Julie at www.julielapointe.com.


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