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Let's Brunch - 100 Recipes for the Best Meal of the Week - cover

Let's Brunch - 100 Recipes for the Best Meal of the Week

Belinda Smith-Sullivan

Publisher: Gibbs Smith

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“Puts a Southern twist on brunch . . . [An] enticing lineup of both sophisticated and down-home fare.” —Publishers Weekly   Let Chef Belinda spice up your brunch menu with her warm hospitality, cooking tips, and flavor-packed recipes for breakfast and brunch.   A meal designed for leisure and good times spent with family and friends, brunch is the perfect setting for Belinda Smith-Sullivan’s curated flavors and hospitality. Smith-Sullivan grew up at her grandmother’s elbow, learning how to cook from scratch long before she had any professional training. This down-home connection to food is the base for her more sophisticated ingredient and spice combinations.   Now Chef Belinda offers up some of her tastiest dishes yet with brunch menu ideas like Red Velvet Pecan Waffles and Fried Chicken, or Collard Green and Rice Casserole served with Honey and Pepper Bacon, a side of Ramp Biscuits smeared with Meyer Lemon Marmalade, and a Pomegranate Mimosa to toast a great start to the day.   With more than one hundred satisfying recipes, this cookbook covers starters, soups, and salads; eggs dishes; pastas and casseroles; main courses and breakfast meats; grits; sandwiches; breads; jams and syrups; desserts; and brunch cocktails.   “Stellar recipes . . . Savory or sweet mild or spicy, vegetarian or omnivore, there’s a great dish awaiting every palate and pleasure.” —James Beard Award winner Cynthia Graubart

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