Favorite Brunches
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I thought this might be fun. Everyone post your favorite or more. This is mine.
24 oz frozen, uncooked, shredded hash browns, thawed--or make your own.
5 Tbs unsalted butter, melted
2 large eggs beaten
1/2 cup half & half
1/2 tsp seasoned salt
4 oz jalapeno jack cheese,shredded (1 cup)
4 oz Swiss cheese, shredded (1 cup)
1 cup diced, cooked ham
Fresh parsley

Preheat oven to 425. Press hash browns into quiche pan. Blot to remove all moisture and brush with melted butter. Bake 25 min and remove from oven. Reduce oven temp to 350.

Combine eggs, half & half,and salt--beat until blended. Place cheeses and ham in hash brown shell. Pour egg mixture over the top. Bake 40-50 min Garnish wth parsley.

This from "Stop and Smell the Rosemary", published by the Jr. League of Houston. This will be a hit when you serve it.
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  Re: Favorite Brunches by Old Bay (I thought this might...)
Potatoes, eggs and cheese!!!!! Love it. Thanks.
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  Re: Favorite Brunches by Old Bay (I thought this might...)
Here'one that my customers just loved for Buffet Brunches - it became a family favorite also -


Serving Size : 8

2 c milk
1/4 c EVO
8 c 1" cubes sourdough bread, crusts removed
1 1/2 c heavy cream
5 lg eggs
1 Tbsp chopped garlic
1 1/2 tsps salt
3/4 tsp blk. pepper
1/2 tsp grd. nutmeg
12 ozs soft fresh goat cheese, crumbled (~3 cups)
2 Tbsps chopped fresh sage
1 Tbsp chopped fresh thyme
1 tsp herbes de Provence
12 ozs smoked ham, chopped
3 6 1/2-oz. jars marinated artichoke hearts, drained, halved lengthwise (~ 2 1/2 c)
1 c packed grated Fontina cheese
1 1/2 c packed grated Parmesan, 6 oz.

I apologize - I made this so many times for so many different numbers of people, I just entered the ingredients to be able to change the amount to make. But, it's just such a straight-forward breakfast dish, I don't think anyone will have any trouble putting it together.

(After our big bash this evening, I come back and add directions if anyone wants me to.)

P.S. "published by the Jr. League of Houston." Don't you just love those books?? When Roy was traveling so much, he would seek out the Jr. League cookbooks at all the cities he visited. Love them!
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  Re: Re: Favorite Brunches by cjs (Here'one that my cus...)
Sounds wonderful--a must try. We have several of those Jr. League books--will post more recipes from them.
"He who sups with the devil should have a. long spoon".
  Re: Re: Favorite Brunches by Old Bay (Sounds wonderful--a ...)
Grillades and Grits!

  Re: Re: Favorite Brunches by Calliope (Grillades and Grits!...)
Any type of a quiche and Salmon Pie with cucumber sauce.
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  Re: Re: Favorite Brunches by Roxanne 21 (Any type of a quiche...)
Muffaletta (sp)? I have never made one, but find the idea intensely appealing.
  Re: Re: Favorite Brunches by vannin (Muffaletta (sp)? I ...)
Muffalettas (sp) are yummy! I love to make them!
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  Re: Re: Favorite Brunches by Bizymomma (Muffalettas (sp) are...)
Good old bacon and egg pie is good too. I always put peas in mine, and some cooked onion.
  Re: Re: Favorite Brunches by vannin (Good old bacon and e...)
Avocado just thickly smooshed on toast is jolly good too. With a squeeze of lemon.

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