Rich, savory custard, flecked with delicious things like bacon, cheese, and fresh vegetables and baked in a buttery crust: What’s not to love? Quiche is the perfect make-ahead dish for company’s-coming brunches, lunches, and dinners.
The dough can be made through step 1 the night before baking and left to rise in the refrigerator for up to 12 hours. The chilled dough will need about two hours in the baking dish to come to room temperature and double in bulk before baking.
A baked ham is the Easter cook's greatest ally. There's no real baking or roasting involved; simply heat the ham through in the oven. A glaze adds a sweetened crust, but unadorned works too, as the savory meat doesn't need much.
A baked ham slathered with a sweet-tart glaze is the cook's greatest ally. There's no real cooking involved; you simply heat it through. But to the uninitiated, buying a ham can be a bit intimidating, so it helps to know what you're looking for.
Anyone who shouldn't be measuring things before they've had their morning coffee will appreciate these packets. Filled with the dry ingredients for muffins, the packets are simple to prepare whenever you have a moment.
The perfect holiday brunch-themed favor: homemade
preserves, a kitchen towel, and a hand-carved breadboard. To wrap the jars, fold each towel diagonally and roll like a bandanna; wrap, then
tuck in the end.