Okay, I realize this is the second corn recipe in a row. But how could I resist posting these beauties as soon as possible? Say hello to these Corn Fritter Breakfast Stacks. You’re looking at freshly fried corn fritters slathered with lime pepper mayo and separated by juicy slices of tomato, paper-thin radish petals, and crisp pieces of bacon. And yes, of course, these stacks are finished with a fried egg with perfectly crisp, lacy edges. Sound good? Great! Let’s dive right in!
Today I bring you brunch. Now, if you’re reading this hot off the presses, you know it’s not exactly an acceptable brunch hour in my time zone. But the thing about Sunday brunch is it happens once a week. And it can happen almost daily when you’re on vacation. So really there’s never a bad time to start planning your next brunch. And I would like to put forward these Smoked Salmon Home Fries as a contender. It has all the hallmarks of a great brunch. Eggs, carbs, and premium protein with a side of cream cheese. What more could you ask for?
The day I posted a little teaser for this Spring Herb Quiche it snowed. I suppose I was trying to manifest spring through recipe development. But it’s about as effective as you would imagine it to be. But while I can’t control the late April flurries, I can put plenty of green on my table. Oh and buy armfuls of tulips. You have no idea what those blooms mean to Canadians with seasonal affective disorder. Today’s quiche is the perfect way to ease into the season. It’s loaded with fresh herbs and bright refreshing flavors but it also has enough richness to chase the early spring chill away. So let’s dig in.
I think brunch is the most difficult meal to pull off. I know that may sound surprising but I think any meal centered around eggs becomes a race against time. Cooking is a lot like comedy, it all comes down to timing. And this is especially true when it comes to brunch. Poached eggs, fried eggs, bacon, and pancakes. All of these classic brunch items have different cook times and are difficult to make in bulk on a four-burner stove. Perhaps this is why we have to wait in those ponderously long lines for brunch at our favorite spot. Pulling off a delicious brunch at home can be a delicate operation but it is certainly not impossible. So let me show you how to make Kedgeree Fish Cake Eggs Benny at home while maintaining your sanity.