This brunch recipe is deceptively easy and takes literally no time at all, making it perfect dish for last minute brunch-parties. I used a 4″ ramekin with four eggs for two people or two eggs for one. The smaller 2″ ramekins would work but as well but only if you plan to serve these as a first course or side dish.
Recipe: serves 1
2 tablespoons butter
4 tablespoons heavy cream
1/4 fresh goat cheese
1/4 cup grated parmesan cheese
4 tablespoons fresh thyme, rosemary, and parsley finely chopped
2 large eggs
Turn on oven to broiler setting on high.
Transfer heavy cream and butter to ramekin and place in oven for 2 minutes. Butter should have melted and mixed with cream. Drizzle half of the goat cheese and half of parmesan cheese on the butter-cream mix. Break the eggs with yokes intact on top of the cheeses. Sprinkle half of the herbs then drizzle remaining cheeses. Place in oven for about 8 minutes or until the yokes have cooked. Remove, carefully from oven and sprinkle remaining herbs. Let cool a little before serving. Ramekin will be very hot so best to serve on a wood board or plate.
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Give your Valentine’s Day flowers the TLC they deserve and display them in lovely arrangements. Here are four lovely and creative ideas to arrange your blooms.
1. Snip off the stems and create a colorful terrarium.
2. Spray thrifted vases in white and create a monochromatic cluster of vases. Create one main arrangement or single stems in each.
3. Play up form by introducing textures and greens.
4. Feeling more ambitious? Create a softer more romantic look by arranging your blooms in a vintage goblet.
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With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, we could all use some inspiration and ideas to create a memorable evening. Be it for your sweetheart or your best friends, here are a few ideas sure to leave their hearts filled with love.
LOVE this stunning mexican-themed tablescsape by Cassandra from CocoKelley. Get the look here.
This pink and white color scheme has single-girls dinner party written all over it! Love the sugar-rimmed flutes.
You might remember this look that I created for my column at Bright.Bazaar. Get the look and all the details here.
And this one that I created for Rue Magazine.
What’s not to LOVE about this glitsy and glittery pink party by sitting in a tree events! Super cute and how adorable is this the idea of decorating flatware with gold tread!
How are you planning to celebrate V-day? Do you love it or loathe it?