Wind down your week over brunch in the company of friends. It's the perfect time to catch up on what's new and share the comfort of a home-cooked meal. Whether you're cooking for six or 16, these brunch recipes are easy to shop for and prepare — so you'll have plenty of time to enjoy your guests.
Chandon Blood Orange Mimosas.
Greet friends with a pitcher of sparkling wine and orange juice. We like to use fresh-squeezed Sicilian oranges for our Blood Orange Mimosa because they're packed with extra vitamins and antioxidants.
Suggested wine pairing: Chandon Brut
Oysters on the Half Shell.
What other dish requires such little work and makes such a big impression? Buy a variety of different oysters and serve them on the half shell with a garnish of lemon wedges. Or, try this easy recipe for Mustard Tarragon Mignonette and Roasted Grapes from our culinary team at etoile Restaurant. It brings out a smooth, mellow flavor in the oyster that's perfect for a brunch.
Suggested wine pairing: Chandon Reserve Chardonnay Brut
Classic Eggs Benedict.
James Bond fans will know that Eggs Benedict is one of 007's favorite breakfast dishes (the other is scrambled eggs). Bond orders them at a restaurant in Manhattan in Diamonds Are Forever, and on a train in Japan in You Only Live Twice. You need to go no further than your own kitchen to enjoy this recipe for Eggs Benedict from our chefs at etoile Restaurant.
Suggested wine pairing: Domaine Chandon etoile Brut
Orange Crème Brûlée.
Serving crème brûlée the morning after New Year's is a testament to your cooking ability, and a real treat for your guests. You don't have to tell them that you prepared it the afternoon before and popped it in the oven while you were all enjoying brunch. This easy orange crème brûlée recipe from the culinary team at etoile shows you how.
Suggested wine pairing: etoile Rosé
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