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Hi, I am a member of the BrewCrew@Coffee-MateUSA, and I am working on an activity for food items to add to a list for a Christms Brunch. Any suggestions for my list? 1redjellybean
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Re: Any ideas for a Christmas Brunch?

posted at 12/1/2010 11:49 AM EST
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I will have to virtually transport myself to the event as i never like to miss GOOD FOOD and GOOD COOKS that Bless all when they share!

Re: Any ideas for a Christmas Brunch?

posted at 12/2/2010 6:54 AM EST
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Sausage Casserole
from VBB

Ingredients

  • 1 pkg. (16 oz.) bulk pork sausage, cooked, drained and crumbled
  • 4 cups cubed day-old bread
  • 2 cups (8 oz.) shredded sharp cheddar cheese
  • 2 cans (12 fl. oz. each) NESTLÉ® CARNATION® Evaporated Milk
  • 10 large eggs, lightly beaten
  • 1 teaspoon dry mustard
  • 1/4 teaspoon onion powder

Directions

GREASE 13 x 9-inch baking dish. Place bread in prepared baking dish. Sprinkle with cheese.

COMBINE evaporated milk, eggs, dry mustard and onion powder in medium bowl. Pour evenly over bread and cheese. Sprinkle with sausage. Cover; refrigerate overnight.

PREHEAT oven to 325° F.

BAKE for 55 to 60 minutes or until cheese is golden brown. Cover with foil if top browns too quickly. Season with ground black pepper.

Re: Any ideas for a Christmas Brunch?

posted at 12/2/2010 7:19 AM EST
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More, more, please give us more.  I love to collect these!

Re: Any ideas for a Christmas Brunch?

posted at 12/2/2010 8:25 AM EST
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Puff pastry wrapped around a round of brie. You can add all different kinds of things inside as well.

Re: Any ideas for a Christmas Brunch?

posted at 12/2/2010 9:07 AM EST
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  An egg/sausage bake casserole (consisting of bread cubes,  browned ground sausage, grated cheese and milk) is put in the fridge over night to meld flavors and baked the next day, plus a fruit platter and miniature pastries might do.  Then coffee and tea can round out the menu.

Re: Any ideas for a Christmas Brunch?

posted at 12/3/2010 1:57 PM EST
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I want to use a crock pot for the scrambled eggs and sausage as I have a recipe I have wanted to try.  I will dig it out and post it tomorrow.

Re: Any ideas for a Christmas Brunch?

posted at 12/4/2010 6:01 AM EST
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I was just looking through an old magazine and although I haven't tried it, it sounded simple and delicious. To make a rich French Toast, use egg not and thick bread slices.

Re: Any ideas for a Christmas Brunch?

posted at 12/4/2010 6:09 AM EST
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Sorry about the spelling. Too quick on the keyboard. It is Egg Nog.  1 cup of egg nog, 8 thick ( 3/4 to 1 inch) slices of crusty bread, such as French or Italian, 3 TBS vegetable oil. Confectioners sugar, maple syrup, orange slices, cranberrier.

Pour egg nog into shallow glass dish.  Dip bread slices to coat.  Working in batches, heat oil in skillet.  Add bread, brown on both sides. 3 minutes per side. Dust with sugar. Serve with warm syrup, orange and cranberries.

Tip:  Make egg nog ice cubes with leftover; save for other recipes.

Re: Any ideas for a Christmas Brunch?

posted at 12/4/2010 7:05 AM EST
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I have made the turkey club sandywich for the christmas brunch and the men loved it .

Re: Any ideas for a Christmas Brunch?

posted at 12/5/2010 6:45 AM EST
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It is amazing! In looking through the new additions section of VBB what did I find, but the recipe I mentioned finding in an old magazine for Egg Nog French Toast.

Re: Any ideas for a Christmas Brunch?

posted at 12/5/2010 8:28 AM EST
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Do you have a WaringPro Belgian Waffle Maker?  Those are always so much fun for guests to make! Several different kinds of batters, all kinds of different toppings and syrups would be great! Just a thought.......

Re: Any ideas for a Christmas Brunch?

posted at 12/23/2010 6:24 PM EST
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Orange Juice should be included.

Re: Any ideas for a Christmas Brunch?

posted at 12/23/2010 7:00 PM EST
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I forgot to ask what time am I suppose to be at Brunch?  LOL  Best Wishes for a wonder time!

Re: Any ideas for a Christmas Brunch?

posted at 12/24/2010 3:58 PM EST
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How  surprised were the people at your Brunch ?

Re: Any ideas for a Christmas Brunch?

posted at 12/24/2010 4:40 PM EST
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Wishing you the best and greatest Christmas brunch. All of it sounds so good. Merry Christmas
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