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I don’t know about you, but we’ve got a pretty busy calendar for the next few weeks. One of the biggest things is a huge family get together the week-end before Christmas. One of the events at the get together is a family brunch for about 50 people. I think the biggest key to reducing stress around the holidays is having a plan. Right now we have a list of about twenty things that need to get done around the house before family arrives and that is separate from the brunch list.
We have to take a few things into consideration for the brunch including the various ages of the guests, allergies, diets (although I don’t know who really diets in December!) limited seating space. I turned to Bing to help with various brunch ideas including recipes. The first recipe that caught my eye was for a leek and swiss chard tart by A Thousand Threads.
I put my own twist on this recipe, but I loved that Bing gave me a place to start. For my version, I made individual tartelettes, and used some different ingredients. The best part about this inspiration was that it got me making food two weeks early! Now, I can freeze the tartelettes until the day of the brunch, and have one less thing to make and a lot fewer dishes to clean!