Post Profile

The 16 Best Underrated Brunch Spots In NYC

I never thought I liked Eggs Benedict. Poached eggs, to me, look like small wiggly aliens, and Hollandaise sauce is not my cup of tea. I learned, writing this list over the last month or so, that this is not a theory, I truly dislike it. But I sacrificed my stomach for the sake of journalism, and though the experiment didn’t help me understand why people love this dish so much much, I did manage to dig up some of the city's most low-key brunch gems.
read more


Related Posts

Easter Brunch: Springtime Eggs Benedict with Asparagus, Ham, and Quick Lemony Hollandaise Sauce

Lifestyle / Food & Drink : Bay Area Bites

Roasted asparagus pairs beautifully with both eggs and Hollandaise sauce, so it’s a natural in this updated version of Eggs Benedict.

The Food Lab: How to Make Foolproof Eggs Benedict

Food & Drink / Cooking : Serious Eats

Combine our recipes for foolproof Hollandaise sauce and foolproof poached eggs—along with a toasted, buttered English muffin and ham crisped in butter—and you've got yourself a plate of eggs Benedict, the unrivaled King of brunch di...

Shaun Hergatt’s Lesson on the Perfectly Poached Egg

United States / New York : Grub Street

Nicely seasoned. Last week over at the New York Culinary Experience, hungry students (who weren't busy with Torres or Jean-Georges) learned how to make the perfectly poached egg with Hollandaise sauce by Shaun Hergatt of SHO Shaun H...

Dunkin' Donuts Offering 'Brunch Classic' Eggs Benedict

United States / New York : Gothamist

Hollandaise sauce is an emulsion of egg yolk and liquid butter, seasoned with lemon juice, salt, white pepper and sometimes even some cayenne. It is delicately whisked together, and the slightest wrong move could turn the entire sau...

Sunday Brunch: Eggs Sardou (New Orleans-Style Poached Eggs With Creamed Spinach, Artichokes, and Hollandaise)

Food & Drink / Cooking : Serious Eats

Creamed spinach topped with artichoke hearts, poached eggs, and Hollandaise sauce is a hearty alternative to eggs Benedict, and a New Orleans classic.


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC