Tuesday, 28 August 2012

"social" – schweppes giveaway, part 6: 1x Brunch voucher

Schweppes Mineral Water is sourced from pure Australian springs, giving it a clean and crisp taste. Schweppes Flavoured Mineral Waters have all natural colours and flavours and have 25% less sugar than leading full sugar Soft Drinks. Perfect to serve to your friends when they come around with healthy meals, or even in cocktails!         social breakfast
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It's Tuesday, it's giveaway time. This is the 6th of the 7th in this series of giveaways.

This week's prize: 1x Brunch with the girls vouchers each $100

This week's word: "social".

This week's question: what is your all time favourite thing to have for brunch?

You probably know what mine is: something with avocado!
Pictures from my Instagram. Find me @laneway_esme if you like.

Tell me in the comments (with an email address please!) below for your chance to win. Terms and conditions here.

Good luck!  

Schweppes Mineral Water is sourced from pure Australian springs, giving it a clean and crisp taste. Schweppes Flavoured Mineral Waters have all natural colours and flavours and have 25% less sugar than leading full sugar Soft Drinks. Perfect to serve to your friends when they come around with healthy meals, or even in cocktails!  

18 comments:

Rebeccak said...

At the moment I am really into these scrambled eggs from a local cafe - where they add truffle oil to the mix. Sooo sooo yummy!

Anonymous said...

My ideal brunch is fruit loaf with ricotta cheese. Best brunch of the week!

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hollysfrothandbubble.com said...

I'm with you on the avocado! Eggs, sourdough, avo and fetta are perfection ...

Esz said...

Now that is exceptionally difficult to answer! You see - I am probably an EXPERT at brunch. Brunch out that is - we head out almost every weekend to eat it at local cafes in my neighbourhood. I'm also completely spoilt for choice having Auction Rooms, Seven Seeds, Beatrix and Twenty&Six Espresso all within minutes from my house.
Now I'm not normally a person who likes fish - but this past couple of weeks I've been very tempted with offerings of house cured salmon at some of my favourite cafes. If it's cured in house, I find its often milder in flavour and much more delicate than something you can buy in a vacuum sealed package. So I've been very impressed by some recent brunches and I've discovered a new love for foods of the fishy variety :-D

St. Udio said...

I love a fresh, colourful mix of organic fruits- kiwi, grapefruit, mango, pomegranate, strawberries, blueberries, lady fingers and figs... topped with creamy natural yogurt, pepita seeds, walnuts and a quirky curl of honey!

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St. Udio said...

I love a mixture of fresh organic fruits- mango, pomegranate, kiwi, ladyfingers, strawberry, blueberry, grapefruit and fig... Topped with creamy natural yogurt, pepita seeds and a quirky curl of honey!

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sarayh said...

My ideal brunch... yum cha!!! Dumplings and other assorted goodness in small packages. Perhaps not the healthiest of choices but oh so good.

hownaïve said...

Brunch isn't so much a celebration of food as a lovely aligning of events for me: the M magazine (ah, Melbourne), Libbi Gorr and the spot on the couch that's usually in the sun. I look forward to it all week.

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Rachael said...

French toast and maple syrup and yogurt and fruit YUMMMMMM ............
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Katie Frank said...

mmmmmmmm yummmiiiii!
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theperfectnose said...

Thanks for setting this up. I would say anything with croissants and good quality bacon rashers in it XD

Miss Tallulah Porkchop said...

I have a mission to try the fruit toast with jam, and soy lattes and every cafe in Melbourne. Who knew such a simple brunch could vary so wildly.

Pickle McPickleheimer said...

At the moment, I'm obsessed with making fresh corn polenta (a la this recipe: http://www.alexandracooks.com/2010/10/18/fresh-corn-polenta-—-where-have-you-been-all-my-life/ ), topped with parmesan cheese, avocado and a gooey poached egg. Amazing!!

Peta said...

i'm really diggin' french toast with loads of maple syrup and cream and a big pot of tea. Also like to nick some of my hubby's meal too for a savoury kick xx

Rebecca said...

Dear Marianne,

Since I discovered your blog a fortnight ago, I have loved your beautiful words and photos. I too love to display my 30s frocks around my house, much to the chagrin of my two male housemates =) Babycat is such a darling: I lost my own beloved cat two days ago after fourteen years together, so seeing a kitty with so much love and mischief is wonderful.

Now, brunch: as a vege, I do love a good Eggs Florentine (the spinach makes it healthy, right?), but my all-time favourite brunch in memory was home-made scrambled eggs and microwaved sweetcorn with white pepper out of a paper sachet, eaten in a crappy motel in Busselton, WA, whilst on an opera tour last year. It may not sound like much, but the three women I shared it with were some of the craziest and best I know, and honestly, that makes anything taste like heaven!

Lauren said...

gotta say the classic bacon and eggs. nom nom!

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EmJean said...

My favorite brunch is from Coffee Club. It is 2 poached eggs on turkish bread with ham, avocado, melted cheese and grilled tomato. It's addictive and delicous and easy to replicate at home with my best girls

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look see said...

I can never go past Eggs Benedict, it's such a cute name after all!

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