Serve up these bagel sandwiches at your New Year's Day brunch.
Try this alternative for a traditional Scottish delicacy this Christmas.
Serve up these seasonal pancakes at your next brunch.
When the question is brunch, sometimes hot cereal is the answer.
This latke Thanksgiving sandwich could be the newest craze in holiday foods.
This cocktail is far from the expected brunch bunch.
Oatmeal is a healthy alternative to some of the more fattening brunch foods.
Bake these fall fruity muffins for your next brunch get together.
This brunch staple is as flexible as can be.
No brunch is complete without silver dollar pancakes.
This week's Sunday Brunch is all about the perfect pumpkin bread.
This week's Sunday Brunch recipe is a simple one that won't compromise taste.
Forget about the tired pumpkin recipes for fall and try this one for pumpkin oatmeal.
Make mayonnaise-less egg salad without compromising flavor.
Spice up your grilled cheese with brie, fruit, and caramelized onions.
Spice up your french toast with challah bread and extra eggs.
Serve refreshing gin mint lemonade at your Labor Day brunch.
Brunch doesn't have to mean heavy French toast and greasy bacon.
Complete Sunday Brunch this week with some whole wheat blueberry muffins.
By Dane Feldman Photo by Dane Feldman. Welcome, once again, to Sunday Brunch here on Dish + Drink. It's been a while since I posted a cocktail recipe for this segment (I know, I know, I've gotten a bit wrapped up in various egg dishes). In the spirit of summer being in full-swing, I thought it best to work on a perfectly summery brunch drink. What you'll need: 2 oz wine 2 oz seltzer/club soda 1/4 oz creme de cassis Ice 4 strawberries Directions: In a blender, combine the wine, seltzer, creme de cassis, and ice. Wash and add in 2 of the strawberries before blending. Serve in wine glasses or champagne flutes with the remaining 2 strawberries. This drink is a spin on a classic favorite: the kir royale, which is traditionally a champagne cocktail. Instead of using champagne, I used a combination of wine and seltzer because I wanted to keep the same volume of liquid without a higher alcohol content. If you plan to use champagne in this recipe, I would suggest cutting it with extra ice.
Cafeteria in Chelsea is a great spot for Sunday Brunch, but it may not be worth the price.
Use scraps from smoked salmon to make lox cream cheese at home.
Serve up these egg cups at brunch this Sunday.
Sunday Brunch serves eggs this week with a spicy southwest spin.
Try this recipe for a guilt-free bagel experience.
Put these lemonade cubes in your iced tea for a refreshing spin on the Arnold Palmer.
This Sunday try avocado and yogurt in your deviled eggs for a refreshing spin on a classic.
Watermelon salad in martini glasses adds zest to brunch.
Try these strawberries two ways at your next Sunday brunch.
Spice up your Memorial Day brunch with new recipes.