Sunday, April 13, 2008

Sunday Breakfast - New Traditions!



Hi Everyone...

Our tradition is to have special Pancakes every Sunday...

Over the last few weeks we have been getting together with friends to enjoy a nice late breakfast...Well today I hosted a Special Breakfast with all of our friends....we had 20 people and it was the greatest time...I had a blast cooking....from 5 pounds of bacon, a 12 pound ham, 40 eggs...and 50 pancakes....it was a lot of fun and this new tradition keeps going....we decided to have it hosted by a special group each time...what fun...so I am back to working on some projects and will have some new fun artwork all week...so pop by and say HI!

Cheers,

Diana

19 comments:

Ces said...

Oh that is a wonderful way to start the week. Breakfast with friends! What a treat. The drawing looks good to eat.

BBC said...

For two years I cooked the Friday evening Friendship Dinner for a hundred people when it was our groups turn, that was fun until the program director started telling me how I had to do everything.

I don't need someone telling me how to do something, I've cooked in cafes and had a food handlers card and don't like idiot directors that don't know what they are talking about fussing at me so I told him to take a flying f*** at a rolling donut.

Breakfast is my favorite meal to cook, did them a lot of Sundays when I was raising a family.

BBC said...

In the future I will tell others to take a flying f*** at a rolling cupcake. LOL

Candace Trew Camling said...

You cooked up a storm! Speaking of "fail" for IF, I would totally fail at cooking for 20 people. It's rough with just me and Ken!
You're like a superhero. seriously.

Teri C said...

Oh gosh, my invitation must have gotten lost :) Such a wonderful tradition!

Honor Bowden said...

That sounds like so much fun and a whole lot of eggs! I was quite proud of myself for making french toast for my husband and I on Sunday morning, but I don't know how well it would turn out if I had to multiply it by 20! Well done! x

CupcakeLady said...

Wow, Diana. That's one big breakfast you served. I wish I was invited. :-)

Diana Evans said...

Hi Everyone...thanks so much for popping by....

Ces...it is so much fun! and I love to cook...

Billy...wow...you sure can cook! perhaps that is why your name is "Cook"...and so cute with the cupcake ....you are the best!

Candace...I was so organized everyone was amazed that I got everything all geared up and ready...

Teri...I would love to have you over anytimeeeeee!!!

Honor...so cool that you cooked up some yummy French Toast...love French Toast!!!

Hugs and thanks again for the great visit!!!!!!!!!

Diana

Diana Evans said...

Hi Cupcake Lady...you would most certainly be invited with all those yummy treats you cook up!

Thanks for popping by!

Mark said...

wait a minute I never got that invite either. I could really go for a nice breaky like that. you can cook too. impressive

Roxie said...

THAT is alot of pancakes and eggs! LOL
Sounds like a great tradition. We are moving into a new neighborhood end of this month, maybe you have inspired me to start a cooking tradition with new friends.
Roxie

Sherry/Cherie said...

Wonderful way to spend time with friends...I can even imagine cooking that much food!!

Melissa & Emmitt said...

Hi Diana!
You are amazing! Not only did you hostess and prepare an incredible meal, but you illustrated it too!
What a special person you are!
You made my day!
I had a great weekend retreat in the mountains. It was beautiful. Thank you so much for saying hello while I was away.
:) Melissa

andi butler said...

wow, what a lovely event!! i love big social breakfasts, i don't know why so much more than dinners, maybe because they're more casual, i dunno, but they sure are fun! good for you!! have a great day, doll!

a : )

Alicia said...

great work on breakfast. i can barely cook for 4.lol

Chickengirl said...

how awesome! Breakfast food is the perfect food.

jim said...

Mmmm- I lke the look of that bacon.
Thanks for swinging by the blog, and for your kind comments!

Kate said...

Oh, I have so missed your cooking! Nice to see a new menu item here. I could use a late breakfast myself. :) Love the "Yummy" sketches. I am just going to pull up a chair and help myself.

Lisa M Griffin said...

What a lovely setting this sounds like... although cooking all of that food may not have been as relaxing as sitting down to eat it.
Nice work on your new series piece too, I love the details in the ribbons that you added.
Thanks for sharing,
Lisa

 
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