I want dishes that are easily assemble-able the day (or two or three) in advance.. have got a little bit of a wow factor...and wait till you hear the dietary restrictions...this is great.
One won't eat pork.
One won't eat garlic.
One won't eat meat at all, is constantly on a diet, and pretty much only eats broccoli and turkey.
One won't eat onions.
One side of the family only eats white bread, the other, only wheat.
One has salt/butter restrictions.
One will generally eat anything, but is picky about calories/does not want to over eat.
So obviously, I'll do three or four casserole type dishes, some fruit, a sweet bread, some regular bread, some wheat, (easy enough), Maybe some homemade bagels...
I'm wondering what you do for Christmas brunch at your house? Anything tried and true?
Answer by noel1978 at 12:25 AM on Nov. 28, 2010
Answer by Soniam301 at 12:28 AM on Nov. 28, 2010
South Beach egg cups (sometimes they're called mini-quiche). You can make them in advance and even freeze them to reheat if you want. Make a batch now so you can play with different combos of fridge/frozen and reheating to see what works best. This one looks closest to how I make them, but the ingredients aren't set in stone, and I make them with whatever meats/veggies we have on hand. In that way they're just like omelets. You should be able to do them with just veggies (or just broccoli and turkey) - or do a few different combos so the no garlic person can still have onion, the no onion one gets pork sausage, etc.
Answer by NotPanicking at 12:33 AM on Nov. 28, 2010
Answer by DMac08 at 1:07 AM on Nov. 28, 2010
Answer by rkoloms at 5:15 PM on Nov. 28, 2010
Answer by balagan_imma at 6:59 PM on Nov. 28, 2010