• 7 Boozy Brunch Recipes

    2 monthes ago - By Williams Sonoma

    There are two types of people: Those who can plunge into icy-cold waters on New Year's Day, and those who need to ease into the shiny, bright new year. Consider hosting a January 1st brunch to suit both types of guests. Put “11 a.m. - 4 p.m: casual.” on the invite. Have a boozy punch, plus something lighter or virgin for teetotalers .
    As for food, consider carb-forward items that are easy to share and plunk on a plate without overthinking it, and be sure to have fresh fruit. Most of all, keep things easy for you, the host. Here's how to do it.
    1. Pink and White Punch
    The Aperol and white...
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