How to Have the Best Sunday Brunch

Food / 8 months ago

Brunch is my favorite meal. It’s celebratory, multifaceted, and tasty. I’ve always been the kind of person to eat leftover Chinese food at 9am, so having a meal where I basically get to eat whatever I want as my first meal of the day is great to me. I know that analogy doesn’t work too well but leave me alone, you know what I mean.

 

Whether you’re going out or eating home, you should definitely brunch it up today. I’ve taken all the aspects of brunch and broke them down into categories to make decision making easier for you. Pro tip: go with friends. That way you get to order more than you can handle and share it with the table. Have fun, y’all!

 

CARBS

 

Pancakes

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French toast

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Crêpe

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Toast

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Oats

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Biscuits

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Bagels

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PROTEINS

 

Eggs

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Salmon

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Tofu scramble

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Cured meats

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FRUITS AND VEGGIES

 

Avocado

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Berries

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Citrus

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Potatoes

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Mix of greens

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DRINKS

 

Fruit juices

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Coffee

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Tea

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Mimosas

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