I am hosting a brunch at my house for...a bunch? probably at least 30? people on Sunday. What are your favorite reliable recipes and tips for this situation? Assume above-average baking/cooking abilities and a desire to do as much 1-2 days ahead as possible. [more inside]
posted by charmedimsure
on Oct 31, 2013 -
It's strawberry season again, and I expect to be receiving a large haul of local berries this Friday. I'm also planning to have my mother-in-law over for brunch on Mother's Day, and would like to incorporate strawberries into the meal. I've got some good recipes for traditional desserts like cakes/pies/ice creams, but those aren't things I want to serve in the morning. I'm stumped for recipes that seem appropriately brunch-y.
What I'm hoping for are recipe suggestions for things that can be integrated into a larger meal featuring eggs, grits, etc. For example, if anyone has a tried and true recipe for strawberry scones or strawberry muffins, that could be good. Fruit salads featuring strawberries as a main ingredient with an interesting dressing? Some kind of strawberry butter to top French toast? Internet.com runneth over with recipes, but I am interested in your proven winners. Thanks!
posted by little mouth
on May 8, 2013 -
Foodie-filter: Help me think of food equivalents of, "Oh, this old thing?"! Looking for tapas-style food that can be thrown together at the last minute but is still impressive. [more inside]
posted by stellaluna
on Nov 10, 2010 -
Inspired by the Brunch Like a Viking Meta and the saffron buns therein, I'm looking for your best recipes containing saffron as a key ingredient. Also: where can I get saffron?
posted by misha
on Jan 28, 2009 -