What Would Bobby Do: Brunch
Rock your next brunch Bobby Flay-style, as Adam did, with Bobby’s rocket salad with fried eggs, lemon-blueberry pancakes and spiked coffee.
Bobby Flay’s longtime Food Network editor, Adam, gets inspired and makes Bobby’s Cajun-Brined Turkey for a holiday feast. Plus, he gets creative and “Bobbifies” recipes for Rum Punch and Austrian Country Stuffing.
Food Network Magazine shows you how to make the best short stack, plus some tasty toppings.
Using a batter-filled squeeze bottle, Smith drew the outline of each face and let the lines cook slightly, then filled in the gaps with more batter. The outlines cooked longer, so they were darker than the rest of the pancake.
When it comes to the grill, Bobby Flay is a pretty tough act to beat. Adam decides to take some inspiration from the master and tries Bobby’s grilled rib eyes, then tops them off with his own spicy margarita recipe.
It's no wonder Alex's next-level ham-and-cheese sandwich is this week's Most Popular Pin of the Week. It's layered with creamy bechamel sauce and finished with a golden egg.
Find recipes for Easter, Passover, mac and cheese, easy weeknight meals and 50 simple egg dishes from Food Network Magazine.
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Upgrade your Sunday brunch with a short stack from Food Network Magazine.