Zoriana Zozulia, founder and creative director of RiE in her work is involved in organizing events and creating image campaigns. In his private life, he loves to travel to the farthest corners of the world, learn about the local culture, traditions…. and cuisine. She tells us what a simple, lazy winter brunch looks like in her rendition.

a simple, lazy, winter brunch

No question: I love brunches with friends. A late breakfast slowly turning into lunch – this is the perfect time to throw a house party on Sunday. We have plenty of time to talk with loved ones and thoughts of having to get up for work at any dawn on Monday are far away. We don’t have to spend a lot of time to prepare such a meal. Just put on the table what we eat for breakfast and add a few more “content” things. In short: we put everything we have in the fridge on the table and, taking our time, savor it.

A SIMPLE, LAZY, WINTER BRUNCH
Photo. Zoriana Zozulia

My last Sunday’s brunch was very simple. No exotic snacks or delectable and time-consuming dishes. I was inspired to prepare it by the simplicity, poise and warmth of winter landscape. Rustic bread served with creamy butter, soft-boiled eggs, distinctive cheeses and aromatic coffee greeted us after a brisk and brisk walk. The fresh air made the simple things taste better than an elaborate dinner at a restaurant.

A SIMPLE, LAZY, WINTER BRUNCH
Photo. Zoriana Zozulia

The table setting was kept in calm and balanced shades of white and beige. Textural accents added warmth and coziness: pressed patterns on plates, jute-wrapped glasses and fluffy cotton.

Next on the table was chicken baked in herbs and garlic with potatoes. The fresh air only whetted our appetite, so the dish spread in a flash. We were left with warm conversations, good company and a feeling of satisfaction from the time we spent together.

A SIMPLE, LAZY, WINTER BRUNCH
Photo. Zoriana Zozulia
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