The humble Denver omelette isn't really the first thing that comes to mind these days at brunch. It's definitely not trendy, and it doesn't have any exotic ingredients in it (fiddlehead fern omelettes, anyone?). But even though it's practically been consigned to generic hotel breakfasts and airline tray table fare (albeit, in first class), like many underestimated and long-forgotten American classics, it too can be good eats if done right. Plus, it makes a pretty decent hangover cure.
I splurged and bought some applewood-smoked Virginia ham and Cabot clothbound Cheddar, but you can do this with regular old ham and Cheddar, too. Serve this with a side of greens to make yourself feel a bit better, as I did below, or just some good old buttered toast.
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These ham and cheese crescent roll-ups are an adaptation of a simple and popular French dish, widely used to recycle unsold or stale croissants. If desired, add spinach, tomato, or cream cheese inside the roll-ups.
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If you are planning a brunch for the holiday, this breakfast recipe it perfect to share with guests. These Ham and Cheese Beer Bread muffins require only five ingredients and make for a hearty start to the day.
Are you craving that All-American Club Hero? If fresh and delicious meat is your weakness, look no further, because in just five minutes that holy grail of a sandwich can be yours! Loaded with ham, turkey, and Bacon Bits, this sandwich is hard to beat!
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What I wanted to do with this recipe was make crepes, but what I did was get lazy and bought pancake batter instead. I'm pretty satisfied with the results, because I found that by making, thick, fluffly pancakes with savory ingredients instead of crepes, I was inevitablty making this doughy, cheesey, delicious pastry that's far better than a crepe, and something that I'll definitely be making for dinner (or breakfast) again.
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King’s Hawaiian is an essential part of Easter gatherings. Whether its served as a dinner roll, accompanies a left over ham, or substitutes for the Easter Eggs let's find our inner Aloha spirit and embrace the insatiable love of the sweet dinner rolls your friends and family enjoy.