Nothing cures a hangover like a bacon and egg sandwich! This is my current favorite recipe: it's a mixture of bacon, onion, and eggs piled high on bread. It's simple but absolutely delicious. The fluffy eggs complement the sweet caramelized onions and salty crispy bacon that's surrounded by warm bread with a soft exterior and crunchy interior. For a little kick, add Tapatío or your preferred hot sauce. The original recipe calls for a loaf of ciabatta, however, you can use whatever bread you have on hand. Also, feel free to adapt the method to suit your needs. Vegetarian? Omit the bacon. Don't have aged cheddar on hand? Substitute parmesan or monterey jack. Ready to fill up on this finger-licking good brunch dish? Read more.
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- Trend backlash: dining concepts that never did take off. — Eater NY
- The FDA's finally tracking antibiotics in meat. — The Atlantic
- Blue Ribbon Sushi's Bromberg brothers take on Vegas. — Fork in the Road
- The fight over the Chairman Bao name continues. — The Feast
- What Jamie Oliver doesn't understand about American eating behavior. — Esquire
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- What to drink with that holiday prime rib roast. — Serious Eats
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If you've ever dined at one of New York's many Blue Ribbon restaurants, then you'll know why Bruce and Eric Bromberg's new Blue Ribbon Cookbook is an undeniable must-have. The Brombergs made a splash eighteen years ago when they opened Blue Ribbon Brasserie, which serves up classic dishes with a twist in a casual, elegant setting. Today, the siblings oversee nine restaurants, including the massively popular Blue Ribbon Sushi and Blue Ribbon Bakery.
I sat down with Eric Bromberg and his younger brother Bruce while they were in town for a demo and book signing, and the duo, who were surprisingly laid-back for New Yorkers, weighed in on their success, the restaurant industry, and the future of Blue Ribbon. Hear what they had to say when you read more.