A simple frittata is a great way to use up the bounty of summer produce.
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Ham and cheese might be best known as a quick sandwich staple, but the classic duo makes an equally crowd-pleasing filling for a simple quiche.
Small, sweet beets are plentiful in CSAs and farmers markets this time of year And while roasted beets are delicious, sometimes you just don't have time to heat up your oven. This hash is quick to prepare and makes a colorful, earthy brunch.
This simple cake is inspired by a classic brunch cocktail: the mimosa. Delicate angel food cake gets topped with an orange scented cream and a few orange suprêmes.
The licorice flavor of tarragon, combined with earthy sweet potato and the acidic creaminess of goat cheese, gives this omelet a perfect balance. Combine great flavor with ease of preparation and you've got a stand-out brunch you can be proud to serve.
If you really think about bacon, it's basically smoked and cured pork belly. And in my mind, pork belly makes for a really excellent braise. It may seem counterintuitive to braise bacon instead of slicing it and serving it crisp, but after trying it on some savory pancakes with a few sliced scallions and some chili sauce, you'll be looking at the brunch staple in a whole new way.
Herb-marinated steak makes a hearty brunch with eggs.
Spicy waffles, bacon, eggs, and avocado make a brunch dish that hits all your cravings at once.
Eggs wrapped in bacon, with optional additions of various vegetables—as good a concept as it sounds.
Strata is a great vehicle for turning leftover odds and ends into a filling meal for a crowd.
If Yorkshire pudding, cornbread, and soufflé could all get together and have a lovechild, that child's name would be spoonbread.
Filling potato turnovers that reheat easily.
Earthy lentils with the added richness of warm spices and a poached egg.
Even if you have a minimal amount of equipment in your kitchen, it's possible to make great breakfast sausage that will take a plain old egg sandwich to something really spectacular.
Full of olive oil, feta, and sliced scallions this brunch comes together in under 40 minutes and is perfect paired with a light salad and a crisp white wine.
These cakes take the brunch staple of smoked salmon and turns it into a filling dish best served on lemony greens.
Streusel-topped coffee cake in single servings.
A virtuous oatmeal porridge dressed up with port-poached prunes.
A sweet brunch item you can make the night before, then bake fresh the next morning.
Coddled eggs are a fantastic way to feed a group of people soft, runny eggs. This recipe adds multiple peppers for spice and acidity.