Monthly Archives: March 2016

Recipe: Bananas Foster French Toast Kebabs — Tiny Brunch Recipes from The Kitchn

By Kaitlin Flannery

Bananas Foster French Toast Kebab for a Brunch Party

French toast is incredibly delicious, but it’s not exactly portable — especially when topped with bananas and caramel. Because of this, it’s never been an option for my brunch parties since I just don’t have enough chairs around my dining room table to accommodate my guests.

Thankfully, threading French toast cubes onto kebabs totally solves the problem while, at the same time, making the dish more fun. You get all the flavors and textures you love in French toast, and you still have a free hand to hold a mimosa!

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Your Food Through a Filter: Here’s a Look Back at March’s Brunch Bites Instagram Theme — Last Month on Instagram

By Kaitlin Flannery

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March’s Instagram theme was “Brunch Bites.” We wanted to see all of the ways you brunch with your friends and family — and you did not disappoint! We saw everything from sweet to savory, and each photo had us itching to get in the kitchen. Thank you for sharing!

Here’s a look back at some of our favorite photos you shared with us last month, plus a look at what’s in store for April. Be sure to follow The Kitchn on Instagram so you don’t miss out.

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5 Ways the Blender Can Help You Make Breakfast — Tips from the Kitchn

By Sheela Prakash

There aren’t many tools that get to make an appearance in the kitchen at breakfast. Apart from your basic pots and pans, most breakfast favorites don’t require all that much — and they rarely require appliances. But the blender is different.

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How To Make Scalloped Potatoes — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn

By Emma Christensen

You know you’ve got yourself a party when the scalloped potatoes show up at the table. With its layers of cream and potatoes, and then more cream and more potatoes, all baked until bubbly — well, I would be hard-pressed to think of another dish that pairs comfort and elegance quite so perfectly. Here’s how to make this classic dish for your next dinner party.

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Make This Vegetarian Polenta Bake for Dinner & Eat the Leftovers for Brunch — Delicious Links

By Lauren Kodiak

Ricotta Goat Cheese Polenta Bake

I love when dinner leftovers can seamlessly transform into brunch fare the next day. This polenta bake, with mushrooms, caramelized onions, and ricotta, is a perfect example. It’s a slightly labor-intensive dish, but if you play your cards right, you’ll get two meals out of it.

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Enjoy Hand-Crafted Cocktails at 35,000 Feet — Daily Find 03.31.16

By Kristin Appenbrink

Carry On Cocktail Kit

Carry On Cocktail Kit

• $24

One of the few remaining perks of air travel is the beverage service — specifically those mini airline bottles of booze. Yes, they are a bit on the pricey side, but there’s something that just makes a cocktail better when it’s enjoyed at cruising altitude.

But don’t get stuck drinking vodka soda or a Jack and Coke. Thanks to this carry-on cocktail kit, you can elevate your in-air libations.

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