Hi… our family celebrated Valentine's Day yesterday with a simple brunch. It was so much fun, maybe we'll do it again tonight for dinner!
Heart shaped French toast courtesy of a cookie cutter.
Cutting a "v" in the tops of strawberries…
transforms them into hearts.
Strawberries and blueberries for a first course.
A little rosemary pIant is thriving in an old flower pot with a fresh coat of red chalkboard paint, creating a Valentine's Day centerpiece.
Back in the kitchen… combining milk, eggs, cinnamon, vanilla extract and almond extract to dip the bread into.
A panini grill is great for making french toast too.
This thrift store china mixed with some old Williams-Sonoma dishes (the checkerboard with hearts) make a good red and blue background.
My littlest Valentine.
We ate our way through an entire loaf of bread hearts.
And used a mug from our regular dishes for syrup. You can never have too much syrup.
Handmade valentines are the best.
But a trip to Watson Kennedy by my hubby and Max was pretty wonderful too.
Happiest of Valentine's Days to Everyone!