• Recipes,  Uncategorized

    Brunch food ideas (that you can prep ahead)!

    I love brunch, but hosting a brunch for a large group can be difficult because most brunch foods need to be prepped right before cooking and served hot. I hosted a brunch a month ago and tried to pick foods that could be prepped the night before and served cold. This meant cutting all the vegetables, cooking the orzo, prepping the scone dough, hard boiling the eggs, etc so that the morning of the party was just about assembly and presentation.     Here is what I made: (recipes for some to follow soon!) 1. Feta, watermelon, mint skewers with balsamic glaze 2. Garlic deviled eggs 3. Orzo and goat cheese…

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    Feta Shakshuka

    I first ate Shakshuka when I visited Turkey in 1997. The dish is common in the middle east, with Tunisian origin and is basically comprised of poached eggs in a slightly spicy tomato sauce. I’m not even a huge fan of eggs (except for occasional runny eggs like sunny side up and poached at brunch), but for some reason this combination of eggs and tomatoes just works well for me. So much so, that I made this dish for Brinner (Breakfast for Dinner) this weekend. Shakshuka is traditionally made in a small cast iron skillet, but I didn’t have one so I used a nonstick instead. Ingredients: 3 eggs 1/2…

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