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The Food Lab: How to Make Foolproof Eggs Benedict

The Food Lab J. Kenji López-Alt 26 comments

Combine our recipes for foolproof Hollandaise sauce and foolproof poached eggs—along with a toasted, buttered English muffin and ham crisped in butter—and you've got yourself a plate of eggs Benedict, the unrivaled King of brunch dishes. More

Foolproof Eggs Benedict

Serious Eats J. Kenji López-Alt 2 comments

Combine our recipes for foolproof Hollandaise sauce and foolproof poached eggs—along with a toasted, buttered English muffin and ham crisped in butter—and you've got yourself a plate of eggs Benedict, the unrivaled King of brunch dishes. More

Deviled Eggs Benedict (Ham and Brown Butter English Muffin Crumbs)

Serious Eats J. Kenji López-Alt 1 comment

The flavors of classic eggs hollandaise—lemon, ham, butter, and toasted bread—all compressed into a bite-sized hors d'oeuvre. More

Pastrami Benedict from 'The Artisan Jewish Deli at Home'

Cook the Book Kate Williams 1 comment

Eggs Benedict is not something I would normally make at home. I usually prefer to let the experts whisk hollandaise and poach eggs for me. But Nick Zukin and Michael C. Zusman's latke-based, pastrami-topped rendition in The Artisan Jewish Deli at Home was too tempting to pass up. More

Pastrami Benedict from 'The Artisan Jewish Deli at Home'

Serious Eats Kate Williams 4 comments

Eggs Benedict is not something I would normally make at home. I usually prefer to let the experts whisk hollandaise and poach eggs for me. But Nick Zukin and Michael C. Zusman's latke-based, pastrami-topped rendition in The Artisan Jewish Deli at Home was too tempting to pass up. More

Sunday Brunch: Thanksgiving Leftovers Eggs Benedict

Sunday Brunch Sydney Oland Post a comment

A morning-friendly alternative to the leftovers sandwich. Enter the Thanksbenedict. More

Thanksgiving Leftovers Eggs Benedict

Serious Eats Sydney Oland 2 comments

A morning-friendly alternative to the leftovers sandwich. Enter the Thanksbenedict. More

Road Trip: Breakfast at Stanley in New Orleans

TODOAustinFood 7 comments

Stanley was the first restaurant to serve fresh-made food after Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans in 2005. Chef Scott Boswell, who'd been running the highly acclaimed, upscale Stella, had been planning the unveil of its causal counterpart Stanley (and the "Stanley Burger"). But when the storm left Stella in shambles and the dining market in disarray, it became his only option—and Stella's saving grace. More

The Brunch Dish: Scones Benedict at Alice's Tea Cup

New York Nikki Goldstein Post a comment

[Photo: Nikki Goldstein] Go to Alice's Tea Cup for their namesake meal and you'll get a 15-page selection of tea, adequate sandwiches, and excellent scones. Go for brunch, and the experience isn't too different. Sub the tea sammies, add... More

Mixed Review: Knorr's Hollandaise Mix

Lucy Baker 20 comments

Making hollandaise from scratch is tricky business, especially when you haven't had your morning coffee yet. So for this week's Mixed Review, I tried Knorr's hollandaise mix. How did it taste? Not half bad, but not exactly like real hollandaise, either. More

Cakespy: Cadbury Creme Eggs Benedict

Serious Eats cakespy 43 comments

Can Eggs Benedict be recreated in a totally sweet form? You bet your bottom silver dollar pancake: say hello to Cadbury Creme Eggs Benedict. It's made of stacks of doughnut, brownie, melty Creme Eggs (complete with oozing yolk!), and a topping of rich frosting, all accompanied by a mound of fried pound cake to give the effect of side potatoes. More

The Brunch Dish: Benedict Colombiano at Macondo

New York Nikki Goldstein 1 comment

[Photograph: Nikki Goldstein] Growing up in a Hispanic family, Sunday breakfast often consisted of homemade arepas with scrambled eggs. The smell of sizzling diced tomatoes and scallions (my favorite additions) would waft from the kitchen into my bedroom, waking... More

AGTV: Eggs Benedict Arnold

The Serious Eats Team 29 comments

Will the heat of the kitchen drive the Amateur Gourmet to seek professional help? Find out as Adam Roberts is forced into making eggs Benedict in the debut episode of AGTV. More

Eggs Benedict: Who Really Fathered Brunch?

Ed Levine Post a comment

After reading the story in the New York Times about the two branches of the Benedict family who both claim to have invented eggs Benedict, all I can say is, who knew? Apparently, at least according to a 1942 New Yorker article, in 1894 a hungover ladies' man, Lemuel Benedict, created the first version of the brunch standard when he ordered two poached eggs, bacon, buttered toast, and a pitcher of hollandaise sauce at the old Waldorf Hotel (now the Waldorf-Astoria. Lemuel Benedict would not tolerate substitutions, so the English muffin and the Canadian bacon must have come later. Not so, according to Bon Appétit magazine, which in 1978 published an article crediting Mr. and Mrs. LeGrand Benedict with... More

Eggs Benny

Lia Bulaong 3 comments

Southern Fried Eggs Benny is kind of like Eggs Benedict, only with a fried egg instead of poached, sausage instead of Canadian bacon, and cream gravy instead of Hollandaise. If your mouth isn't watering by now, I'm not sure we can be friends.... More

Eggs Benedict Arnold

Adam Roberts 22 comments

Eggs Benedict is made with Canadian bacon; Martin Short is hammy and Canadian. The comparisons end there, except for the fact that they were obstacles in my relationship with my boyfriend of nine months. More

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