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Value of a Long Sunday Brunch

Wed, Sep. 27, 2017 Posted: 12:19 AM


Today, value can be a difficult thing to find these days. The costs of heading out for a family meal are becoming quite taxing on the average budget. Families today have to be a bit more savvy about how they spend their money. Going to a restaurant for dinner is becoming extraordinarily expensive, but there is a better and more wise way to spend your money. Enjoying a long Sunday brunch can be a true value for any family. Here are just some of the valuable aspects of just such an occasion.

Thoughts on Nutrition
Going out to a restaurant and ordering for a family is tricky. The value is largely based upon portion size and whether or not the children will actually eat the food. Parents today try hard to entice their children to choose more healthy options, but more often than not, we simply give in and give them an unhealthy food, just so they will eat something. The beauty of a long Sunday Brunch is that it can contain all types of foods. One of the most traditional offerings is the quiche which combines the savory nature of spices with the comfort of eggs in a pie shell. There are an endless number of varieties and sneaking in some vegetables or fruits into the meal is quite simple. The kids will not even know that they are eating rather healthy for such a large spread of food.

Have a Drink
It is a common misconception that all brunch drinks must contain alcohol. Where alcohol can play some part in the experience, brunch is about sipping perfectly prepared drinks along with the delicious food. Many Sunday brunch style drinks merely utilize fruits and juices without alcohol at all such as a Sweet Sunrise which is a play on the Tequila Sunrise without the alcohol. It is about making beautiful drinks for friends and family that add value to the party.

Time with Family
The average family simply sees meal times as a way to refuel and head back out to their scheduled activities. There is very little focus on the need for quality time with one another. Sunday brunch is at a time during the day that is not plagued with other activities. It can be had after church when everyone is relaxing and gives your family the chance to reconnect with one another over a spectacular spread of foods of various kinds. There is enough time through the week for running around. Take a long Sunday brunch to connect with family and find the quality time you have been missing.

Sunday brunch should be given far more priority that it has been. It adds a lot of value to the experience of eating rather than just refueling the body. The time spent preparing the food and watching your family enjoy it is something that you cannot find anywhere else. Take back Sundays for the family rather than allowing the day to be busy. Relax and enjoy a long Sunday brunch with those you love.

Lara Sen