Martha Stewart Living when I was 15, and I loved every issue.
This was a cozy brunch for four, very impromptu. We served:
-- Apple Cider
-- Sliced Watermelon
-- Apple Muffins (recipe coming soon)
-- Buckwheat Pancakes (from a mix), with apple butter, maple syrup, and honey
-- French-style Scrambled Eggs with Mediterranean Herbs
-- Molasses Ginger Cookies (recipe coming soon)
-- Caramel Apples (store-bought)
I think that the biggest hit was actually the eggs, and I am sorry to say there was not much of a recipe involved. I make them the way the Barefoot Contessa does in Barefoot in Paris, and I've done so often enough that I don't use a recipe. It's scrambled eggs, after all -- just a bit of this and a bit of that. This is pretty much the technique ... low and slow, and I cook them until they resemble risotto. I tossed in a piece of Laughing Cow cheese in Garlic & Herb, but didn't tell my husband because he would not have loved the eggs so much if he knew there was creamy cheese in them! I also threw in some of one of my favorite products in the world: McCormick's Perfect Pinch. I love, love, love those herb and spice blends, and now am crushing on the Mediterranean blend.