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Saturday, Sunday – or playing hooky midweek – having an at-home brunch means no waiting in line, as many mimosas as your heart desires, and, best of all, eating in your pajamas. We pulled together some really cool recipes that will help you tackle a leisurely weekend brunch in style. Easy like Sunday morning, baby!


Quinoa Breakfast Bowls


Quinoa Breakfast Bowl

The brilliant blog site – Iamafoodblog.com – has a wealth of wonderful breakfast/brunch recipes.  The best & most creative of the lot are the quinoa breakfast bowls that are delicious and healthy.  We particularly liked the Asian-inspired version with miso mustard dressing.  READ MORE…

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Eggs Benedict


Courtesy Martha Stewart


Want to make perfect poached eggs?  Then raise the bar to eggs Benedict?  No doubt the queen of DIY is Martha Stewart, and her website gives us a beautiful collection of poached egg recipes, including the classic eggs Benedict.  READ MORE… 

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Duck Hash


Duck Hash from 39 Rue de Jean

We love hash – all sorts of hash – from the classic corned beef version to the more exotic.  Our own test kitchen replicated a duck hash from 39 Rue de Jean in Charleston, SC – which was the best we ever tasted.  This is also a dish you can make ahead in bulk, and then simply warm to serve, topped with a fresh poached egg.   READ MORE…


Breakfast Tacos


Courtesy of the Huffington Post

Tacos are easy – and they’re a blank slate, ready for inspired recipes.  We found recipes on Huffington Post titled, “These Breakfast Tacos Are Better Than Yours”  You’ll find it is the perfect title.  Check out the fried avocado tacos – they’re amazing!  READ MORE…


Multigrain Pancakes


Courtesy Food.com

We like the wholesome flavor and texture of multigrain breads, but it’s sometimes this doesn’t translate to pancakes.  We’ve tried a lot of recipes, hoping to find one that gives tasty results – not some sort of sacrifice.  Try this version found on Food.com – and just think that’s it’s almost healthy.  READ MORE…

Ultimate Sticky Buns


Courtesy Bon Appetit

Once you try these homemade versions, you’ll never go back to those shopping mall cinnamon buns – and you’re house will smell great for months.  These are indeed decant, sinful – and worth the splurge.  There are plenty of other recipes around for sticky buns, but Bon Appetit does a great job with their recipes – try this one out.  READ MORE…


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