Showing posts with label brunch. Show all posts
Showing posts with label brunch. Show all posts

Perfect Corn on the Cob

Sweet corn waits for no one. This holds especially true on June 11, otherwise known as National Corn on the Cob Day.

Rabbit, Rabbit, Rabbit

Make the Golden Buck, a delicious variation of Welsh rabbit (cheese sauce over toast).
Ready or not, here comes the foreteller who lives within the hedgerow.

Real Men Eat Corn Quiche

fresh corn quiche with chives
Surplus fresh corn and frozen pie shells. Oh, happy day!

Splitting the Rarest of Hares

Piping hot Welsh Rabbit, a very British dish of hot cheese sauce over toast.
"Well, many's the long night I've dreamed of cheese — toasted, mostly — and woke up again, and here I were."
– Robert Louis Stevenson, Treasure Island (1883)

Ding, Dong, Dyngus Day

Polish pysanky eggs decorated with symbols of nature's renewal. Happy Wet Monday! Roll out that barrel of Zyviec, set out plates of leftover Easter fare, put some polkas on the turntable, and let the drenching begin!

An Egg and the Green Goddess

Baked eggs with butter lettuce dressed with Basil-pea Green Goddess Dressing. The mystical powers held by the vernal equinox are upon us. Let us gather some of the usual springtime myths and put them in the limelight.

Poor Knights, for one.

What do you do with stale bread and apples? Make Poor Knights! This is the story of a New York kind of toast.

A New York State of Brunch

Brunching in NewYork City is a drag.
Late Saturday morning, a craving for an unspecified something sweet and fabulous, but too lazy to deal with the NYC brunch crowd. What’s a girl to do?