Posts tagged brunch

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Ramen

Ramen

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Brunching at Verde on Smith in Brooklyn for Anna’s Birthday! I love Smith Street and all the great restaurants in the area. Have to make it out to Brooklyn more often!

Verde on Smith, 216 Smith Street Cobble Hill, Brooklyn

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Homemade Corned Beef Hash
Making good use of leftover St. Patrick’s Day corned beef. Add a gooey fried egg and you got yourself an awesome meal. Taste better than the stuff from the can. Recipe is here. 

Homemade Corned Beef Hash

Making good use of leftover St. Patrick’s Day corned beef. Add a gooey fried egg and you got yourself an awesome meal. Taste better than the stuff from the can. Recipe is here

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Steak and Eggs for breakfast (brunch) and live music. Then a short walk to see the beautiful Manhattan Bridge. Can’t beat that!

Superfine, 126 Front St (between Adams St & Jay St) Dumbo, BrooklynNY

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I made and ate another “Whatever I had in my Fridge” Brunch this Sunday:
2 Fried Eggs
2 Slices of Low Sodium Spam
Roasted Red Pepper
Half an Avocado with Lemon and Sprinkle of Cumin
Wedges of Applewood Smoked Cheddar Cheese
Mug of Ipoh White Coffee

I made and ate another Whatever I had in my Fridge Brunch this Sunday:

  • 2 Fried Eggs
  • 2 Slices of Low Sodium Spam
  • Roasted Red Pepper
  • Half an Avocado with Lemon and Sprinkle of Cumin
  • Wedges of Applewood Smoked Cheddar Cheese
  • Mug of Ipoh White Coffee

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Today I made and ate a “Whatever I had in the Fridge" brunch which included scrambled eggs, bruschetta, sausage links, roasted red peppers, and cucumber kimchi! Tasty!
I put the baby bananas in the photo for decoration. =)

Today I made and ate a “Whatever I had in the Fridge" brunch which included scrambled eggs, bruschetta, sausage links, roasted red peppers, and cucumber kimchi! Tasty!

I put the baby bananas in the photo for decoration. =)

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I had a luxurious brunch at Prune this weekend which included oysters, grilled homemade lamb sausage, stewed tomatoes, and grilled peasant bread. I first heard about this place from watching my favorite TV show, Anthony Bourdain’s No Reservations: New York City episode where he listed this restaurant as one of his favorite spots. I can only guess that this is the reason why there was a 45 minute wait. 

Brunch was good, but Prune is famous for their roasted bone marrow; which unfortunately is not on their brunch menu. 

Prune, 54 East 1st Street (btw 1st and 2nd Ave.), East Village

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Chinese Breakfast: congee, rice crepes, wontons, and fried sweet dough!

Chinese Breakfast: congee, rice crepes, wontons, and fried sweet dough!

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Sunday Brunch
Homemade Green Tea (Matcha) & Chocolate Chip Pancakes
Two Fried Eggs
Corned Beef Hash

Sunday Brunch

  1. Homemade Green Tea (Matcha) & Chocolate Chip Pancakes
  2. Two Fried Eggs
  3. Corned Beef Hash

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Weekend Brunch
Homemade Pumpkin Walnut Pancakes
Sausage Links
Half Avocado sprinkled with Ground Cumin, Garlic Salt, and Lemon

Weekend Brunch

  1. Homemade Pumpkin Walnut Pancakes
  2. Sausage Links
  3. Half Avocado sprinkled with Ground Cumin, Garlic Salt, and Lemon

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Relaxing at home on Sunday with some homemade brunch and a glass of lemonade. YUM!
Hamburger Scrambled Eggs 
Banana Walnut Pancakes
Bacon 
Arugula Salad with Grape Tomatoes and Cucumbers

Relaxing at home on Sunday with some homemade brunch and a glass of lemonade. YUM!

  • Hamburger Scrambled Eggs 
  • Banana Walnut Pancakes
  • Bacon 
  • Arugula Salad with Grape Tomatoes and Cucumbers

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    Bubby’s Brooklyn in DUMBO for brunch. Great food and great view!  

    Bubby’s Brooklyn, 1 Main Street- Dumbo, Brooklyn  

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    Buttermilk Pancakes with Valhrona Chocolate Chips from tbsp
I admit, sometimes my eyes are bigger than my stomach.  When I’m out at brunch I want something savory like eggs and bacon, but I also crave pancakes.  I often can’t decide on just one thing.  I convinced my friend Matt to share an order of pancakes with me, but in usual cases, we’re often stuffed before we even tackle them. However, tbsp’s chocolate pancakes are too good to pass up. The pancakes are light an fluffy and the chocolate chips melt while on the warm pancakes, creating a gooey chocolate sauce.  In my opinion, there is no need for syrup. Mmm, so good!
tbsp, 17 W 20th Street (btw 5th and 6th Aveunues)

    Buttermilk Pancakes with Valhrona Chocolate Chips from tbsp

    I admit, sometimes my eyes are bigger than my stomach. When I’m out at brunch I want something savory like eggs and bacon, but I also crave pancakes. I often can’t decide on just one thing. I convinced my friend Matt to share an order of pancakes with me, but in usual cases, we’re often stuffed before we even tackle them. However, tbsp’s chocolate pancakes are too good to pass up. The pancakes are light an fluffy and the chocolate chips melt while on the warm pancakes, creating a gooey chocolate sauce. In my opinion, there is no need for syrup. Mmm, so good!

    tbsp, 17 W 20th Street (btw 5th and 6th Aveunues)

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    Homemade dim sum and Sriracha hot sauce

    Homemade dim sum and Sriracha hot sauce

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    Clinton Street Baking Co. & Restaurant
At 10:30AM, there was already a 1.5 hour wait. I should have taken a photo of the line outside the door.  The people waiting to get a table took up most of the sidewalk. And yes, I think the wait was totally worth it.  The food was great and the portions were generous.  They are known to have the best pancakes in New York. I think that’s why people flock here in droves to come try them.  Also, it’s “Pancake Month" but these special pancakes are only served on weekdays.  Anyways, I think weekend brunch is usually this crazy for them. Clinton Street Baking Co. has made it to one of my top brunch places in NYC.
Photos from top left corner: Tomato Fennel Bisque with Grilled Goat Cheese Sandwich (special), Japanese Pumpkin Waffle (special), Blueberry Pancakes with Warm Maple Butter, Crab Cake Sandwich, Southern Breakfast-(2 eggs, cheese grits, sugar-cured bacon, fried green tomato), Country Breakfast (not really pictured- 3 eggs, grilled ‘cured 81’ ham steak, hashbrowns, and buttermilk buscuit)
Clinton Street Baking Co. & Restaurant, 4 Clinton Street (btw E. Houston & Stanton St.) Lower East Side

    Clinton Street Baking Co. & Restaurant

    At 10:30AM, there was already a 1.5 hour wait. I should have taken a photo of the line outside the door.  The people waiting to get a table took up most of the sidewalk. And yes, I think the wait was totally worth it.  The food was great and the portions were generous.  They are known to have the best pancakes in New York. I think that’s why people flock here in droves to come try them.  Also, it’s “Pancake Month" but these special pancakes are only served on weekdays.  Anyways, I think weekend brunch is usually this crazy for them. Clinton Street Baking Co. has made it to one of my top brunch places in NYC.

    Photos from top left corner: Tomato Fennel Bisque with Grilled Goat Cheese Sandwich (special), Japanese Pumpkin Waffle (special), Blueberry Pancakes with Warm Maple Butter, Crab Cake Sandwich, Southern Breakfast-(2 eggs, cheese grits, sugar-cured bacon, fried green tomato), Country Breakfast (not really pictured- 3 eggs, grilled ‘cured 81’ ham steak, hashbrowns, and buttermilk buscuit)

    Clinton Street Baking Co. & Restaurant, 4 Clinton Street (btw E. Houston & Stanton St.) Lower East Side