Breakfast: they call it the most important meal of the day. If you’re sleepy or associate with sleepy people, then you better make that brunch. Brunches are easy to pull and easy to impress people.
The magic secret of brunch– some of it is better if you’re lazy and distracted by guests. By letting parts of the prep go unattended you can cook out some great flavors. Look at bacon: you ever see those arrow straight slices of crispy bacon at the buffet table, then wonder why your slices are twisty little burn victims? It’s because the straight and narrow bacon is abandoned. If you set up a frying surface and lay out the bacon straight and flat; and you will have great crispy bacon. The same is true for home fries. If you set up your potatoes in a decent sealed pot, the steam that condenses will keep the home fries from welding themselves to the bottom of your pot. It’s all about careful abandonment of the cooking tasks.
This 36-page book covers how to cook, how to prepare and many recipes that will leave your guests raving for more!