Brunch by Louise Pickford

Brunch by Louise Pickford

Author: Louise Pickford
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Are you in search of a meal that combines the best of both breakfast and lunch? Look no further than brunch, a delightful and informal culinary experience. Louise Pickford’s cookbook offers a wide array of delectable recipes that will allow you to indulge in your favorite foods throughout the weekend. With five distinct chapters, including Late Breakfast, Classic Brunch, Early Lunch, Sweet Things, and Drinks, this book has it all.

From traditional dishes to innovative creations, this cookbook has something for everyone. Imagine savoring delicate and sweet treats like Walnut Cake with Coffee Syrup or satisfying your hunger with hearty Mushroom Burgers accompanied by Shallot Jam and Garlic Mayonnaise. Whether you have time to prepare in advance or prefer to whip up something quickly, these recipes are designed to cater to your needs.

With the flexibility of these dishes, you can spend more time enjoying the company of your guests and less time in the kitchen. So, why wait? It’s time to elevate your weekend dining experience with brunch.

B&B Nightmare: Louise’s Room Taken Over by Uninvited Guest

I’ve never been so happy to be at work. Yeah, you open early today, huh Bob?

Well, it was a line to get into the bathroom up in the apartment, so I came down here to do my morning routine in the slop sink.

Bob, do we have any toothpicks down here?

Yeah, over there. Pretty ones.

They mean “pretty ones,” Lin. The nice ones.

How’s the B&B going, Linda?

Oh, it’s great. Why, what’d you hear?

What? Nothing. I bet it’s magical up there.

I picture it like England.

It is, Teddy. It is. But do they appreciate it, holed up in their rooms like dirty little gophers? Why come to a B&B if you’re not gonna participate?

You know, I’m so ungrateful. I wish I was staying at your B&B.

Uh, I’d sit in a parlor and maybe I’d have a little wine, play some board games.

Yes, wine games, Teddy.

You should stay here. What you should. You’re the dream guest. You’re the one I’m looking for.

Do you have any vacancies?

Yes, Louise’s room.

Well, what, Linda? Louise’s room? Should murder us. She’s a big girl. She’ll get over it.

Linda, she won’t get over it when you vacuum in there. She wouldn’t talk to you for a week. Plus, it’s not even a room. It’s like a closet.

That sounds perfect for me. I don’t need a lot of room. I’ll just bring like one outfit. I’ll get my stuff. This is gonna be great.

Uh, have fun telling Louise you’re kicking her out of her room.

Lin, wear a helmet. What are you doing?

Oh, hi Louise.

Oh, hi Mom.

Hello. You’re holding my stuff.

Hello, my little lady. Hello, Mom.

What are you doing with my stuff?

I was just welcoming our newest bed and breakfast guest into your room.

Into my room? Say hello to Teddy.

Hi Louise. You’ve got wonderful stuff in here. I love, love, love it. Except for this little guy. He’s kind of giving me the creeps.

This isn’t happening, mother. This isn’t happening, right? Has the world gone crazy?

Come on, Louise. Let’s leave our guests alone.

You mean your guest, because I did not invite Teddy to come into my room and move my stuff around, right?

Come on, see you in a little bit at the wine and cheese mixer, Teddy.

Sounds good, Linda. And I’ll see you in hell, Teddy.

I’m sorry, Teddy. I will see you in hell.

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