Brunch @ Bobby's: 140 Recipes for the Best Part of the Weekend by Bobby Flay and Stephanie Banyas and Sally Jackson

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  • Asparagus and cheese popover with Fontina and spicy herb oil

    • Yildiz100 on November 05, 2017

      This was delicious! Loved the texture of asparagus in this pancake. Subbed emmantaler for the fontina. This was good and would use the same again. The only change I would make is with the herb oil. You can get away with a lot less oil for three tablespoons of herbs and you certainly dont need a half a cup of oil to garnish this pancake....maybe two tablespoons of oil? Next time I will just chop the herbs and hot pepper then top with oil to cover.

  • Orange French yogurt cake with marmalade glaze

    • HerBoudoir on December 14, 2015

      Very tasty and easy. Served with orange segments and fresh pineapple.

  • Tarte flambé with softly scrambled eggs and goat cheese

    • HerBoudoir on December 14, 2015

      Pizza dough base ends up soggy if you follow the directions - the oven isn't hot enough to get it anything but doughy. The creme fraiche gets overwhelmed and lost in all the other ingredients (given that creme fraiche is expensive, this is a no-no) plus combined with the melted cheddar, the bread base ended up unpleasantly soggy by the time it was out of the oven. *If* I made this again (but probably won't), I'd have the oven much higher and bake the dough base on a Baking Steel so it gets crisp, change the cheese to something that melts better than cheddar (the fat separates hence soggy bread), and skip the creme fraiche (because I am not interested in paying $6 for an ingredient I can't taste in the final product).

  • Rosemary home fries with pancetta, Parmesan, and parsley

    • tmitra on May 13, 2019

      Such a disappointment. My potatoes didn't crisp at all in seven minutes, and while the Internet suggests I may have been crowding my cast-iron skillet, that doesn't explain their blandness. With rosemary, garlic, pancetta, red pepper flakes, Parmesan, and parsley, I expected much more flavor. Needless to say, making the rosemary oil was a waste of time. Between this and the Frittata with Peppers, Onions, and Roasted Cherry Tomato Sauce, I'm growing skeptical of this book.

  • Frittata with peppers, onions, and roasted cherry tomato sauce

    • tmitra on January 29, 2019

      As pretty as the picture in the book but not very flavorful.

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  • ISBN 10 0385345895
  • ISBN 13 9780385345897
  • Published Sep 29 2015
  • Format Hardcover
  • Page Count 256
  • Language English
  • Countries United States
  • Publisher Crown Publishing Group
  • Imprint Clarkson Potter

Publishers Text

At long last, Bobby shares his simplest, most sought-after recipes—while still delivering his signature intense flavors.

Bobby Flay is best known for his skills at the grill, but since 2010 he has also been sharing his other passion with television viewers: brunch. In Brunch @ Bobby’s he includes 140 recipes for his favorite meal. Starting with the lip-smacking cocktails we have come to expect from Bobby—both spiked and virgin, along with hot and iced coffees and teas—he then works his way through eggs; pancakes, waffles, and French toast (along with flavored syrups and spreads); pastries (a first) and breads; salads and sandwiches; and side dishes. Pull up a seat and enjoy a Sangria Sunrise, Carrot Cake Pancakes with Maple-Cream Cheese Drizzle, Sautéed Collard Green Omelettes, and Wild Mushroom-Yukon Gold Hash. This is how Bobby does brunch.



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