All-Time Best Brunch by Cook's Illustrated Magazine

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  • Leek and goat cheese quiche

    • mharriman on October 30, 2019

      My husband made five of these for his men’s group last month, and because it was so popular, there weren’t any leftovers for me to sample. So, tonight I made one for dinner, and I can see why it was eaten up. It’s on the lighter side, not heavy as some with meat can be, with satisfying but not overpowering flavors. Lessons learned: I followed the instructions for ingredients and used two leeks weighing a bit over a pound before being chopped up. My extra filling made a mini pie. Also followed directions for pre- baking a store- bought pie crust ( used roll out dough type) and used foil and pennies to weight down the crust. There was no time given for how long to pre-bake, so I chose 15 minutes and that worked well ( husband couldn’t remember timing he used). My only problem was that my crust tops slipped down with the weights. Other than that, the crust was flaky and easy to cut at the end of the quiche baking time. Next time I’ll be more careful about crimping my crust.

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  • ISBN 10 1945256605
  • ISBN 13 9781945256608
  • Published Sep 04 2018
  • Format Hardcover
  • Page Count 192
  • Language English
  • Countries United States
  • Publisher America's Test Kitchen

Publishers Text

Everything that makes brunch great is also what makes it tricky to prepare at home. From just-set eggs to high-flying popovers to rich (not soggy) strata, it's challenging to get every element just right. Enter this fresh collection of 75 foolproof recipes that guarantee a perfectly executed brunch every time.

This scrupulously tested recipe collection features inventive takes on brunch classics (our Huevos Rancheros delivers a whole meal from one sheet pan), helpful make-ahead options (you can freeze our Quick Coffee Cake unbaked for up to a month), and easy approaches to finicky favorites (our Eggs Benedict offers a hollandaise that holds without breaking and a streamlined egg poaching technique). A smart chapter organization makes it easy to assemble a menu to create your perfect brunch, whether casual or fancy, large or small.


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