Category Archives: Traditions

Fosters: On Every Durham Trip

Rachel and I both ventured down to Durham this past weekend — for separate reasons, but we drove together, which is way more fun than 4.5 hours alone each way. No trip to D-town is complete without a stop at … Continue reading

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Do’s and Don’ts of Brunch

Emily already shared with you the official Emily Post do’s and don’ts for foods that you might eat at brunch, but this list is less about etiquette and more about ways to get the most out of your brunch experience: … Continue reading

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A Valentine’s Break from Brunch

While some of you may opt for a lovely Valentine’s Day brunch with your best gal pals or your number one lady/gentleman, I imagine that more will opt for a dinner outing for the upcoming holiday. Personally, I’m more of … Continue reading

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Celebrating Peanut Butter

Jan. 24 was National Peanut Butter Day, and Ladies Who Brunch (ok, I) feel this is absolutely worth celebrating. Peanut butter is not only an integral part of an American kids’ diet and a pantry staple, but also a great … Continue reading

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Because Syrup Isn’t Always The Answer

I don’t like syrup. It doesn’t matter if it’s Aunt Jemima or the real maple kind. It’s too sugary and makes everything soggy. I’d rather eat my pancakes or waffles dry than top them with the stuff.

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Campsite Brunch

This past weekend, Dan and I took a surprisingly short drive to Shenandoah National Park for a night of camping. Growing up, we used to take a camping trip every year with my parents’ friends and their kids–but it had … Continue reading

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The Bread Basket: Banana Nut Muffins

My family just spent a week at the beach (without me, unfortunately), and one of our traditions for this annual excursion is to make a bunch of batches of muffins. We’ve been going to Hilton Head for 23 years, and … Continue reading

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From Venice With Love

Here at Ladies Who Brunch, we’re obviously big fans of the mimosa and the Bloody Mary. These standard brunch drinks are delicious and found on most menus, but what other cocktails go well with your eggs Benedict and Belgian waffles? … Continue reading

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Just A Late Breakfast

поздний завтрак. In Russian, brunch translates literally to “late breakfast.” Now, we’ve posted several times on the varied definitions of brunch (the time and place and menu, etc.), but in the most basic sense, brunch is merely a hybrid of … Continue reading

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Emily Post Says…

Manners may be a dying art. Parents probably still teach their kids not to chew with their mouths open or sit with their elbows on the table, but the subtleties of dining etiquette are lost on most people. Did you … Continue reading

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