It’s Father’s Day! Run to the kitchen and make Dad some food — we’ve got all the recipes you need to make it a memorable morning. Shake up a Persimmon Fizz (it’s the new mimosa) and take your pick from our selection of Dad-friendly brunches that’ll make him proud you’re his kid.
Recipe: Eggy Bread Bacon And Cheese Sarnie
Eggy bread is something my mum used to make me as a kid when I was sick, so for me it conjures up memories of days off school watching kids’ TV. The power some food has to transport us back to our childhood never ceases to amaze me. Here, I’ve added bacon and cheese because, well, why not…
Recipe: Peanut Butter And Banana Pancakes
Peanut butter and bananas are a favorite combination and these pancakes are made with peanut butter and bananas twice. First, peanut butter and bananas are incorporated into the batter. Then, the finished fluffy hotcakes are topped with caramelized bananas and peanut butter-infused maple syrup. For those weekend mornings, brunches or days where you want to jazz up your usual pancakes, this recipe delivers.
Recipe: Lee Anne Wong’s Loco Moco
At her island-cool Honolulu restaurant, chef Lee Anne Wong is celebrating the cuisine of her adopted state with dishes that honor Hawaiian traditions — but with a twist. According to Wong, the first loco moco originated on the Big Island of Hawaii in 1949, gaining favor with locals as a rib-sticking, inexpensive staple. In Wong’s signature “Koko Moco,” a highly seasoned, grass-fed beef patty rests on a crunchy-crusted skillet of rice; her house-made, umami-rific mushroom gravy is a vegetarian wonder.
Recipe: Cornbread Omelet
Totally smitten with the cornbread omelets we sampled at the National Cornbread Festival in South Pittsburg, Tennessee, we returned home, omelet pans in hand, to put our own spicy chorizo spin on the festival favorite.