The perennial brunch favorite of the anti-pancake and anti-waffle crowdAlong with pancakes, waffles, and omelettes, French toast is a must for anybody who seeks to while away a lazy Sunday morning with a steaming cup of joe and a proper newspaper. Unlike french fries, this dish is actually French in origin, known as & 34;pain perdu& 34; or & 34;lost bread& 34; because of the dish’s usefulness in repurposing day-old bread.
Here& 39;s a classic recipe for Camarones al Ajillo, a.k.a. Serve with coconut rice for a full meal.Photography Credit:Elise BauerThroughout the coastal areas of Latin America, you’ll find local variations of “Camarones al Ajillo”, freshly caught shrimp, fried quickly in olive oil with garlic and chiles.
Looking for a giant brunch spread? There will definitely give you your money’s worthBrunch is a great time to visit one of New York& 39;s most legendary spaces, The Rainbow Room.For many, there’s no better way to spend a weekend afternoon than by partaking in a leisurely brunch. And while most brunches turn out to be pretty run of the mill — eggs Benedict or some French toast washed down with a couple mimosas, perhaps — there are some brunch buffets that are so lavish and opulent that they make you feel like royalty.
Radicchio and prawn salad recipe of 07-04-2016 Updated 07-04-2016 The radicchio and prawn salad is a perfect side dish to accompany fish dishes. Sophisticated, refined but very simple to make, it has become one of my favorite side dishes when I prepare a seafood lunch.
Lemon semifreddo recipe of 04-06-2018 Updated 04-06-2018 The lemon semifreddo is the spoon dessert that can never be missing in summer. Refreshing and tasty, this cold lemon dessert can be served at any stage of the day, therefore both as a snack and at the end of a meal. For the realization of this recipe I prepared a lemon cream lightened by the whipped cream, if you follow all the steps step by step, success is guaranteed!
South of the border spin on watermelon salad! With fresh watermelon, jicama, cilantro, and cotija cheese.Photography Credit:Elise BauerHot days are here! Today we are cooling off with a crisp watermelon salad with a southwestern flair. It’s sort of a spin off of a classic watermelon salad with feta and mint, but with cotija instead of feta, and cilantro in place of the mint.