Before I jump in to what we ate for Easter Brunch I want to say that I’ve seen some pretty amazing breakfasts and Easter displays on Facebook today! I have some pretty talented and creative friends to be sure. Our family tradition is not quite so grand. So check out my favorite Easter display. It wins the award for best use of Peeps:
Pretty fantastic if you ask me. Just not the type of display that would get rave reviews at our family breakfast. We usually don’t go all out at our Easter but since it was MY turn and my friend Huy had recently turned me onto this breakfast dish I had never seen before I thought I would get daring and work with the idea ‘without a net’. Cooking for family is actually a pretty good time to take such a risk and prepare something new. I mean, even you flop they are still going to love you, right? This turned out pretty good and I only had to make few notes on what to adjust next time. Everyone else loved it as is. I think this would be quite good served nested on a mound of braised spinach or even on top of an English Muffin with a drizzle of hollandaise. The vermouth and sage give this a very sophisticated taste! I’ll do this one again!
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