Brunch

Bridgehampton Town Fry Recipe

Make a classic fried oyster scramble for brunch
Oct 18, 2014 10:00 am

Head to The Topping Rose House in Bridgehampton, NY for an evening of salt water pools, a farm-to-table restaurant by renowned chef Tom Colicchio and a big, comfortable room stocked full of awesome local snacks. Itchin for a fishing excursion or baking lesson? They'll hook you up. In the morning, head down for one of the best breakfasts in town, and don't miss the Bridgehampton Town Fry, their play on the classic fried oyster scramble.

10 Breakfast Sandwiches To Rock Your Sunday Morning

Open-faced, bagels, croissants, baguettes and more!
Oct 12, 2014 10:00 am

Picture the moment you bite into that perfect egg sandwich. The yolk and cheese mingle, the accoutrements sing out in praise and your weekend morning has officially been kicked off properly. Whether open-faced, or on whole wheat, a bagel, a bialy or a croissant, there's a world of breakfast breads just itching for the magical harmony of morningtime sandwich ingredients, and we've rounded up 10 of the very best ones right here. 

Waffled Hash Browns With Rosemary Recipe

Crispy potato waffles with nooks and crannies!
Oct 11, 2014 10:00 am
waffle hash brown recipe

And now, a book that needs no introduction: Will It Waffle? Chefs, Food Republic editors, home cooks and general food enthusiasts are pretty much obsessed with the waffle. And rightly so. If you have a waffle maker, and you should, there are 53 recipes waiting to be made in that magical machine. Answer the age-old question — will it waffle? — with a resounding "yes." Now, let's revolutionize breakfast potatoes.

You Can Do This: It's A Pimento Cheese Waffles Recipe!

Crispy, cheesy waffles with bacon and peppery syrup
Oct 7, 2014 2:00 pm

Let's hear it for pimento cheese, that quintessential Southern appetizer of delicious cheddar made tastier and spreadable via mayo and cream cheese and flavored with pimentos and...well, anything else. It's also incredibly versatile — check out Pimento Cheese, the new cookbook from Perre Coleman Magness, author of blog The Runaway Spoon. Welcome to the marriage of two beautiful things: waffles and pimento cheese.

Feature Attraction: The Bialy Breakfast Sandwich Recipe

Collards, bacon, pimento cheese, fried egg co-star
Oct 4, 2014 10:00 am
Photo: Katie Chudy

The bialy, in all of its onion-y glory, might be the most underrated treat from a bakery out there. Not quite a bagel and not exactly a roll, the bialy is the perfect foil for a Southern-inspired breakfast sandwich that we think could be part of your regular morning routine.

Sweet And Savory Waffled Sausage Patties Recipe

Savory pork sausage infused with maple syrup
Sep 27, 2014 11:30 am

And now, a book that needs no introduction: Will It Waffle? Chefs, Food Republic editors, home cooks and general food enthusiasts are pretty much obsessed with the waffle. And rightly so. If you have a waffle maker, and you should, there are 53 recipes waiting to be made in that magical machine. Answer the age-old question — will it waffle? — with a resounding "yes." Bet your sausage never had syrup nooks before. Or are they crannies? 

White Wine And Absinthe Share A Bed With Maison Premiere's Evergreen Cocktail

What a killer brunch drink recipe this is
Sep 18, 2014 3:30 pm

Though it was likely never intended as a brunch drink, the balance of a crisp, dry Muscadet with absinthe in Maison Premiere's Evergreen cocktail struck me as a great example of why it’s time for a new crop of sophisticated, eye-opening drinks to fill this tired genre. Sure, some people swear by their Bloody Marys, but perhaps it’s time we ventured outside of the box a little.

Lemon-Chia Seed Waffles Recipe

Add a little chia crunch to sweet lemon waffles
Sep 13, 2014 10:00 am

Jessica Merchant, author of the blog How Sweet Eats, just released her first cookbook, Seriously Delish. This is good news for several reasons: she's hilarious, her food is excellent and there's nothing she makes that you can't. This comes in particularly handy around brunch time.

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