Breakfast in Bed: Giving Thanks
The sunlight is streaking through the partially tilted blinds. You can tell this even with your eyelids sealed shut chasing precious moments of sleep. There may be a cold spot in the space next to yours, but the sounds of a dripping coffee pot and a sizzling skillet put your mind at ease. If you linger a little longer wrapped up in the warmth of your pure linen sheets, maybe, just maybe, that dripping and sizzle may welcome smells of coffee… and breakfast in bed.
In our family, breakfast in bed was seldom, but special. We have memories of carrying the designated ‘breakfast in bed’ tray through the living room, up the stairs and down the white carpeted hallway to our parents' room, our little hands shaking to hold steady the ever-full and ever-essential orange juice and coffee. We were excited to make the special delivery to our mother.
We all have family traditions, and for us, the once-in-a-while tradition of preparing breakfast in bed for our mom is one that we were recently remembering with nostalgia. We decided we want to bring it back, and in that spirit we present the first of a series of 'Breakfast in Bed' blog posts to pay homage to our treasured family moments and recipes.
Our first post of this series features the warmth of our beautiful new cashmere throws created with a timeless cable knit design featured here in Sand Dune Brown. Our bed is tastefully draped with our pure linen duvet cover in calming cream paired with our Simply Natural pillowcases.
Now, close your eyes and imagine the smells of cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg and every nice spice that will make your Thanksgiving morning one to remember.
Ripening, carving, eating
Rich in flavor