- Worcestershire sauce introduced (1937)
Lazy Sunday Brunch Recipes
Recipe of the day
One of the best parts of the holidays, and all vacations for that matter, is the ability to have a lazy Sunday brunch. Of course, the brunch can happen on a Saturday, but there's something to be said about loafing around in your pajamas, reading the Sunday paper, and eating some delicious brunch fare.
From Eggs in a Hole to Challah French Toast, we've created some of our favorites recipes for you to enjoy at home. Whether you decide to make these dishes over the weekend, for your family, or during a staycation, we hope that you have a wonderful and relaxing time!
(And feel free to share your favorite brunch recipes with us right here!)
Challah makes some of the best French toast because of its spongey texture and buttery flavor...
— Valaer Murray
Whether you're entertaining two or 10 around the holidays, it's hard to beat a frittata when it comes to serving up a hearty and healthy breakfast.
— Allison Beck
The best thing about this recipe (apart from how simple it is to make) is that a single batch can feed a crowd....
— Molly Aronica
The humble Denver omelette isn't really the first thing that comes to mind these days at brunch...
— Will Budiaman
A simple, hearty side that can be eaten at brunch alongside eggs Benedict or alone...
— Francesca Borgognone
Using potato bread makes this recipe — the bread gets that perfect golden-brown crispy, making it perfect for mopping up that nice, runny yolk...
— Maryse Chevriere
Why bake your bacon, you ask? Two reaons. First, it cooks more evenly than on the stovetop, and...
— Yasmin Fahr
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