In my house, breakfast reigns supreme. When we have the time, brunch is an event, and during football season, we always make the time. I use this inclusive “we” word loosely as I am only responsible for potatoes and presentation. At dinnertime, I’m typically the queen of the kitchen, but in the AM, my king takes over. He does breakfast right. Below is a typical Sunday morning feast on 46th street.
Jared breaking eggs for french toast and to scramble. He mixes the egg with milk and cinnamon for the toast. There may be other steps involved. I'm generally asked to leave the kitchen.
Chop potato(es). Mix olive oil in a bowl with salt, pepper and whatever else you like. Coat potatoes in oil. Add sliced onions and chopped garlic and bake at 350 degrees for 40 minutes (stir halfway through).
He crusts the french toast in nuts, puts the heat on med-high, adds butter and frys those mothers up. BAM!
Lower the heat and grill up your bacon (turkey back in this case) until it's at your preferred level of crispiness.
Scrambled eggs are pretty self-explanatory and no brunch is complete without berries (or mimosas!)
Just another delicious day in Astoria… What are your favorite brunch items?
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Tagged as bacon, berries, breakfast, brunch, eggs, football, french toast, homefries, mimosas, potatoes, turkey bacon
3 responses to “Sunday Brunch”
leanut, where are the mimosas?!?!?!
Haha!! I’m glad you caught that 🙂 They were un-photographed, but they were there!
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