Quiches are the ideal brunch food. One pan + eggs + cheese + whatever is in the meat or vegetable drawer of your fridge. It's great for a crowd and pairs wonderfully with a bubbly mimosa. This particular quiche features my favorite homemade pie crust recipe. It's the recipe I use for both sweet and… Continue reading broccoli cheddar quiche
It's a bit embarrassing how happy these biscuits make me. I love them so much and their outside cragginess, inside pillowy-softness. They are heavenly slathered in fresh, creamy butter and are simply ridiculous when topped with a bit of (Eddie Huber-made) jam. We usually make a full batch of these even though there's only two… Continue reading buttermilk biscuits
When I was a little girl, I loved baking blueberry muffins on Saturday mornings (see bottom of the post for photo proof). Granted they were the kind from a box mix with the little tin can of blueberries, but they were still a treat. I'm about to be 30 and apparently Saturday mornings haven't changed… Continue reading blueberry crumble muffins
Why does lemon get to have all the fun? You see lemon everywhere in baking, but poor ruby red grapefruit tends to be forgotten. Thank goodness Deb Perelman of "smitten kitchen" remembered it. She saw the sweetness and tartness of grapefruit and created a lovely pound cake to highlight its best assets. Confession: I once… Continue reading grapefruit pound cake
Brunch is my favorite meal of the day. I can easily skip breakfast (well, not the coffee part). But come 10 or 11am, I'll be starving. And when it comes to brunch, eggs benedict is my absolute favorite.