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List of brunch foods

Assorted brunch foods

This is a list of brunch foods and dishes. Brunch is a combination of breakfast and lunch eaten usually during the late morning but it can extend to as late as 3 pm.[1][2] The word is a portmanteau of breakfast and lunch.[3] Brunch originated in England in the late 1800s, served in a buffet style manner, and became popular in the United States in the 1930s.[4]

Contents

  • 1 Brunch foods and dishes
    • 1.1 Gallery
    • 1.2 Brunch beverages
      • 1.2.1 Alcoholic
      • 1.2.2 Non-alcoholic
  • 2 See also
  • 3 References
  • 4 Bibliography
  • 5 Further reading
  • 6 External links

Brunch foods and dishes[edit]

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The following foods are often served for brunch.

Blintzes
A Belgian waffle with strawberries and powdered sugar
Dim sum
Hash browns, bacon, eggs and coffee
Brunch quiche
Smoked salmon and egg salad on a toasted baguette

  • Avocado on toast [5]
  • Bacon [6][7]
  • Bagel – in New York City, the “bagel brunch” was popular circa 1900.[8] The bagel brunch consists of a bagel topped with lox, cream cheese, capers, tomato and red onion.[8]
  • Bagel and cream cheese [9]
  • Bizcocho
  • Biscuits and gravy [10]
  • Blintz [11]
  • Bread and toast with butter and jams
  • Breakfast sausage
  • Brunch casserole – a simple casserole prepared with bread, eggs and bacon[12]
  • Cereal
  • Cheese
  • Chilaquiles [13]
  • Cinnamon rolls [14]
  • Coffee cake [15][16]
  • Crêpe [17]
  • Croissant [18]
  • David Eyre’s pancake [19]
  • Dim sum [20][21]
  • Dutch baby pancake [10]
  • Egg dishes
    • Eggs Benedict [22]
    • Eggs bourguignon (Oeufs en meurette) [23]
    • Eggs Neptune
    • Eggs Sardou [23]
    • Fried egg
    • Huevos rancheros [8]
    • Omelette [10][23]
    • Poached egg [24]
    • Scrambled eggs [25]
  • English muffin (in a variety of configurations)
  • Facturas
  • French toast [7][11][22]
  • Frittata [10][26]
  • Fruit [27]
  • Grillades – a common brunch dish in the U.S. state of Louisiana[23][28]
  • Grits – a staple food for breakfast and brunch in the Southern United States[29][30]
  • Ham [31]
  • Hash – such as corned beef hash[32][33]
  • Hash browns [7]
  • Meeshay
  • Muesli [34]
  • Muffins [35]
  • Oysters Rockefeller [23]
  • Pancake [7][11]
  • Pastry
  • Pebete
  • Picada – a mix of cube chopped ham, salami, cheese, olives and peanuts that is eaten on Argentina and Uruguay.
  • Potato [6]
  • Potato pancake [36]
  • Potatoes O’Brien [37]
  • Quiche [38][39]
  • Quick bread [40][41]
  • Roasted meats [8]
  • Salads
    • Caesar salad [42]
    • Cobb salad [43]
  • Poached salmon – may be served cold[24]
  • Seafood [8][23]
  • Smoked fish
  • Smoked salmon [17][44]
  • Soufflé [45]
  • Soups [8]
  • Steak and eggs [46]
  • Strata [41]
  • Tartines [17]
  • Teacake [47]
  • Tea sandwich [48]
  • Terrine [24]
  • Touton [49][50]
  • Tunisian tajine [51]
  • Waffle [11][41]

Gallery[edit]

  • A plate of assorted brunch foods

  • Some brunch foods – a bagel with cream cheese topped with smoked salmon, and salad

  • Vegan brunch foods

  • A brunch of an omelette, toast, French toast, fruit and coffee

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Brunch beverages[edit]

A Bloody Mary
South Indian Coffee

The following beverages are often served for brunch.

Alcoholic[edit]

  • Bloody Mary [8][52]
  • Champagne [8][53][54]
  • Caesar, popular in Canada
  • Irish coffee [55]
  • Mimosa [8][56]
  • Spritzer [57]
  • Frühschoppen (German: “morning pint”) – can be various types of beverage

Non-alcoholic[edit]

  • Coffee [8]
  • Herbal tea [58]
  • Juices [8]
  • Orange juice
  • Tea [41]
  • Yum cha (Cantonese: “drink tea”) – a tea that is typically served along with dim sum[59][60]
  • Sparkling water [61]

See also[edit]

  • Index of breakfast-related articles
  • List of breakfast beverages
  • List of breakfast foods
  • List of culinary fruits
  • List of fruit dishes
  • Merienda – a light meal in various countries, usually taken in the afternoon or for brunch
  • Second breakfast – a meal eaten after breakfast, but before lunch, it is traditional in Bavaria, Poland, and Hungary
  • Food portal
  • Society portal
  • Lists portal

References[edit]

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  • Bibliography[edit]

    • Ternikar, F. (2014). Brunch: A History. The Meals Series. Rowman & Littlefield Publishers. ISBN 978-1-4422-2943-3. 164 pages.

    Further reading[edit]

    • “12 Quick & Easy Brunch Recipes”. Bon Appétit. March 7, 2014. Retrieved August 27, 2015.
    • Byrne, Christine (December 28, 2014). “21 Easy Brunch Dishes Even The Most Hungover Person Could Make”. BuzzFeed. Retrieved August 27, 2015.

    External links[edit]

    • Media related to Brunch at Wikimedia Commons

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