The Boston Brunchers have become an institution in the Boston Blogging scene. A little over a year ago Renee started this group and it has grown in size and popularity every month since. I went to my first brunch last St. Paddy's Day in Somerville and I have been dying to attend another ever since.
I was lucky enough to randomly get picked for this particular brunch hosted by Temple Bar in Cambridge!
|Best Banana bread I have had in years! So delicious!|
Brunch started with lots of hot coffee and a blogger punch compliments of the staff. This drink was very yummy with hints of spice notes (I think it was a champagne based beverage) but I was too busy chatting with Sean to hear the ingredients.The Brunch menu was AMAZING and I really had such a hard time deciding on a main dish. I finally decided on the “Croque” Eggs Benedict : Artisanal Sour Dough, Black Forest Ham, Swiss Cheese, Smoked Paprika Hollandaise, Home Fries.
I chose wisely friends! The eggs were poached to perfection and just runny enough to cover everything on the plate in yoke goodness! The sourdough was fresh and crunchy and the homefries were amazing (crunchy on the outside and perfectly fluffy on the inside).
They served us an assortment of Creme Brule, Pumpkin Gingerbread Mouse, Cranberry Orange Cake and a Chocolate Bread Pudding.
"@sailingfoodie: Found my true love Pumpkin Mouse/gingerbread from @TempleBar02138"
|What? You don't normally see 16 people taking photos of their food?!|
Temple Bar did provide Brunch for all the attendees of this event, but all opinions are my own.