Tag Archives: Brunch

Orange Blossom Waffles

Welcome to another repeat meal Wednesday!  I’ve made these waffles several times, sometimes for company, and they are always a big hit.  Orange blossom water is the secret ingredient, and it can be obtained at international grocers or online.  The … Continue reading

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Banana Bread French Toast

My mom’s recipe for banana bread is awesome and needs no tweaking whatsoever.  I ate it countless times growing up, and I still make it from time to time.  Occasionally, if I’m in the mood, I’ll add walnuts to the … Continue reading

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Apple Cider Pancakes

This is a great brunch dish in cold weather. I made it a couple months ago when I had some apple cider in the fridge and we were sick of drinking it, but also didn’t want to throw it out. … Continue reading

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Huevos Rancheros

This is one of my absolute favorite brunch dishes.  I think I could have it once a week and not tire of it.  So flavorful, so amazing.  I found this particular recipe for this deservedly popular dish in “ModMex”.  We … Continue reading

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Chicken and Waffles!

I made these last night and they were outstanding! This is a Harlem classic.  Legend has it, back when Harlem was a jazz club mecca, people would play or listen to jazz until the wee hours of the morning, and … Continue reading

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Biscuits with Sausage Gravy

These came from Katie Lee Joel’s “The Comfort Table” and they were delicious!  These are a Southern staple in America, and they are so good.  I thickened my gravy a little too much, so lesson learned, but they were still … Continue reading

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Bananas Foster Crepes

This was our brunch last Sunday, and it was outstanding.  It comes from one of my newest cookbooks, a wonderful birthday present; “The Bar Americain Cookbook” by Bobby Flay.  Bar Americain is a terrific restaurant owned and run by Flay. … Continue reading

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Mexican Chorizo Frittata

I made this up a few years ago, and it’s really, really good.  A tad rich, but just the right amount of spice, and leftovers reheat beautifully.  Enjoy! Ingredients: 1 lb. raw chorizo (also called Mexican chorizo), casings removed 1 … Continue reading

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Coconut Honeycomb Waffles

This was a good brunch I came up with a few weeks ago when I had some honeycomb to use up.  I bought some at a specialty Indian grocer awhile back, and thought it would be good in waffles.  I … Continue reading

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French Toast Bread Pudding

This was an awesome brunch last Sunday.  This one comes from Ina Garten’s “How Easy is That?” cookbook, and it was excellent.  I would highly recommend this one if you’re making brunch for a crowd and you want something low … Continue reading

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