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Brunch at Bistango is Worth Getting Out of Bed For

Brunch at Bistango is Worth Getting Out of Bed For


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Midtown Manhattan can be a kind of culinary minefield, filled with restaurants serving delicious meals and memorable dining experiences, and those that make you wish you could forget them all together immediately — and very little in between. Luckily, weekend brunch at Bistango in the Kimberly Hotel falls into the former category, and offers what many of its gastronomically proficient neighbors do not: fair prices.

Chef Blessing Schuman-Strange has invented a refreshingly restrained, Italian-leaning menu of creative dishes, all of which are available gluten-free upon request. Although he could easily import many of his ingredients from the Mediterranean, he instead sources many from his home continent, and clearly takes pride in doing so. “I get the ricotta in the beets marinato salad from this guy up in Montreal who’s doing some amazing things,” Schuman-Strange animatedly revealed last weekend. “The short rib comes from this farm in Northern California that really treats their animals in the right way.” This attitude is also reflected in the service found in the front of the house, as our server was knowledgeable and passionate about each of the dishes, but never imparted an air of pretension and related to us in a genuine and charming manner throughout the meal.

The chef’s care and close relationships with his vendors are on display within the menu, which comprises insalata ($10 to $14), pasta and flatbreads ($14 to $20), sandwiches ($13 to $16), weekend first-meal staples like French toast and blueberry pancakes ($13 each), and contorni like pancetta bacon ($5) and roasted Brussels sprouts ($6). Standout dishes include the uovos al forno with braised short rib, tomato sauce with a pleasant kick, and a riff on salsa verde; the funghi flatbread of wild mushrooms, caramelized shallots, thyme, and truffle oil; the beets marinato of both the red and golden varieties with sheep’s milk ricotta, spiced pistachios, and fine herbs; and the Bistango Burger: Pat LaFrieda short-rib patty, pepperonata, provolone, and garlic aioli.

Don’t be too shy to try a cocktail, as the Rye Not with Bulleit Rye and Calvados is seductively smooth and feels surprisingly brunch-appropriate, despite the somewhat early hour. You can go all-out, too, and order dessert; the tiramisù is made in-house and while it’s made the traditional (and correct) way with lady fingers, there is the lovely surprise of cocoa nibs worked in between two of the layers that amps up the chocolate component of the dish without overpowering the coffee the lady fingers were dipped in.

Brunch is served from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday and is the perfect meal either before or after shopping at the many retail options in the area, or to share with friends visiting the city and staying on the East Side.


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Pumpkin Pie Granola

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The warm, heady spices of pumpkin pie shine through in this crisp, golden granola. If you close your eyes, it's kind of like eating pie for breakfast!

Mini Spinach and Feta Frittatas

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Individual frittatas make a great grab-and-go breakfast. Reheat them in the microwave or, wrapped in foil, in the oven. To change it up during the week, sandwich a warmed frittata in a toasted English muffin.

Cornmeal Buttermilk Pancakes

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There's just enough cornmeal in these fluffy golden pancakes to give them a lovely, toothsome bite without being heavy and dense. Enjoy them with your favourite topping.

Blackberry Lemon Muffins

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Here's a simple flavour twist on a Canadian muffin favourite – blueberry lemon. These muffins will have you jumping out of bed all week long. The glazed muffins are best enjoyed within 24 hours.

Morning Glory Breakfast Bread

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This quick bread, chock-full of carrots, raisins, coconut, walnuts and banana, is great to have on the counter for a quick breakfast fix.

Fluffy Oatmeal Pancakes

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Sausage and Egg Breakfast Pockets

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Kids will love these breakfast pockets they might even love helping to make them. Pizza dough is stretchy and tacky, so be sure that your work surface and hands are well floured to make the rolling process easy. Serve with salsa, ketchup or hot sauce. For best results, reheat frozen pockets wrapped in foil in the oven or toaster oven.

The Perfect Dutch Baby Pancake

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You probably have all of the ingredients for these puffy pancakes in your fridge and pantry right now! And since they're both delicious and quite quick to make, they're an ideal last-minute brunch dish for any season.


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7 baked eggs recipes worth getting out of bed for

The hot popping cherry tomatoes give the creamy eggs a lovely hit of sweetness and acidity. Warning: despite being vegetarian, it’s a hearty meal, so feel free to decrease the recipe ingredients if you’re cooking for just two, or one. Polenta fries are the sauce-mopping side of choice here.

Eggs poached in spicy tomato sauce (shakshuka)

These Israeli-style eggs are a great way to feed a crew, fast. Don’t just limit it to breakfast – serve with chargrilled crusty bread any time of the day.

Baked taleggio eggs with preserved lemon and parsley

Inspired by the French dish "oeufs en cocotte", referring to the terracotta dish it's prepared in, the Taleggio cheese and preserved lemon lift these eggs to all new flavour heights. They're great for those who want to skip on a tomato-heavy brekky.

Tunisian baked eggs (shakshuka)

It’s origins might be disputed, but shakshuka is the most well-known of all baked eggs, thanks in part to Sir Ottolenghi. This Tunisian version is topped with tangy yoghurt and served with warm pita bread – perfect for a big old communal table.

Baked red capsicum with chorizo and egg

You can get a head start on this one: Make the sauce ahead and you can use keep it to use anytime you like within the next week or so.

Baked red capsicum with chorizo and egg

Flamenco eggs

Serrano ham, chorizo, pimentón, tomatoes, garlic and onion - these eggs epitomise everything we love about Spanish cooking. The garlicky griddled bread adds a very special cafe-style touch - good luck sharing!

Baked salmon and eggs with chives

This light salmon breakfast dish (pictured with crunchy zucchini bites, both from The Fast 800) provides a healthy omega-3 boost for your brain and circulation, and helps reduce inflammation.

Baked salmon and eggs with chives

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Shake up your first meal of the day with these tasty Mexican-inspired egg tacos. Filled with lashings of charred corn salsa and creamy avocado puree - they'll leave your regular toast for dead.

Bored with eggs and bacon for breakfast? We were, so we made bacon jam and put in on a pizza. And the bacon jam is spiked with coffee and maple syrup. Kicking eggs 'n' bacon on toast to the kerb, yo.

This supremely satisfying breakfast dish of poached eggs with a yoghurt sauce really is fit for a king – there are records of it being cooked in the palace kitchens of Ottoman sultans dating back to the 15th century. The addition of the herb butter and Turkish chilli flakes is a more recent inclusion, but it adds just the right amount of kick to put a pep in your step in the morning.


Breakfast in Bed Recipes

Pair this flavorful dish with a big glass of juice for a great morning surprise. Sprinkle with salt and pepper to taste.

Stuffed French Toast

Really put some heart into your homemade breakfast with this sweet, heart-shaped treat!

Eggs with Polenta & Pancetta

Serve this Italian-inspired brunch for someone who leans to the savory side.

Banana Nut Cakes

Take everyday pancakes to the next level. Brown the rich bananas in butter, then stir with honey.

Berries n Custard Parfaits

Serve up this super fast sweet and tart parfait. Pair it with a savory muffin and some juice for a wholesome breakfast.

Egg & Avocado Toast

Here&aposs one of the fastest breakfast recipes ever. Just top toast with scrambled eggs, mashed up avocado and some hot sauce. Delish.

Cinnamon Sweet Rolls with Apple Mash

Make enough for leftovers because these sweet rolls will leave you wishing every morning was bed-in-breakfast worthy. Sprinkle the rolls with chopped pecans after icing.

Eggs Benedict

We cut this buttery breakfast classic down to size so you&aposll feel guilt-free as you eat in bed.

How to Make Breakfast Tacos

Put a Mexican spin on eggs with the tried-and-true breakfast taco!

Elvis Short Stacks

This is a great breakfast for dinner recipes. Or turn it into dessert with a delectable whipped cream topping. Dollop each stack with the fluffy stuff.

Jalapeno-Cheddar Waffle Sticks

These bite-size waffles are easy to pick up and eat sans table. Plus, they pack a spicy punch.


Many Paleo pancake recipes use gluten-free flours, but in this very tasty variation we’re not going to include any flour at all. We’ll be relying on the emulsifying properties of the eggs combined with the rich, gloopy thickness of the nut butter to bind everything together, and I think you’ll be pleasantly surprised by how well these pancakes hold up.


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Smoked Salmon Avocado & Arugula Salad

Nutrition: 371 calories, 37 g fat, 6 g saturated fat, 434 mg sodium, 8.5 g carbs, 4.5 g fiber, 1.5 g sugar, 6 g protein

Lox lovers, this one's for you! Skip the bagel—and all of its empty carbs—and make this salad instead. It's a great way to get the smoked salmon flavor you crave without the blood sugar-spiking carbs that will leave your tummy begging for more.

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23 Delicious Microwaveable Meal-in-a-Mug Recipes

We’re not entirely sure who came up with the microwaveable mug recipe concept, but he or she is pretty much a hero in our book. Who knew you could throw a bunch of ingredients in a mug, zap it and get food that would actually be good?

You’ve probably given mug brownies a try by now, but there’s actually a whole world of meal possibilities out there, too. From breakfast to dinner and everything in between, these mug recipes have you covered. The next time you’re starving but just can’t with the oven, give one of them a try.

Breakfast

1. Gluten-free bread in a mug recipe

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Who has time for making homemade bread? Thanks to your microwave and mug, now you do!

2. 2-minute French toast in a cup recipe

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Forget oatmeal &mdash this French toast is just as quick and easy to make, but your morning will feel way more decadent.

3. Cinnamon roll in a mug recipe

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Dense and gooey and pretty darn addicting, this cinnamon roll in a mug is exactly what you would expect from a breakfast confection fresh out of the oven microwave.

4. German pancakes in a mug recipe

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Treat yourself to this light, fluffy blueberry pancake, and you’ll be starting your morning right.

5. Vegan tofu scramble recipe

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Mug breakfasts don’t have to center on eggs. This vegan tofu scramble is a hearty morning meal for those abstaining from meat and dairy.

6. Coffee cup chilaquiles recipe

Image: The Daily Meal

There’s no need to drag yourself out of bed in search of the perfect hangover brunch. These chilaquiles will make it all better, and you won’t even have to put on pants.

7. 5-minute spinach & cheddar microwave quiche in a mug recipe

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For those times when you want to look real fancy without even trying, this super-easy microwaveable quiche for one will do the trick.

8. “Baked” oatmeal in a mug recipe

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When the weather outside is frightful (or when the air conditioner is on too high), this hearty, healthy baked oatmeal in a mug will give you something worth waking up to.

Lunch or dinner

9. Bacon plus kale plus mushroom risotto recipe

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Make it in a ramekin, make it in a mug &mdash either way, this microwaved risotto will seriously satisfy.

10. Egg fried rice in a mug recipe

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On afternoons when you have basically no time at all to prepare lunch, make egg fried rice in a mug.

11. Brown rice with edamame & pineapple recipe

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Hola, vegetarians: This easy meal in a mug is just for you.

12. Microwave lasagna in a mug recipe

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Lasagna doesn’t have to be a laborious gut-bomb of a meal. Just a few minutes in a mug, and this version is yours.

Next: Spicy pumpkin meatloaf in a mug recipe

A version of this article was originally published in March 2015.


Beyond the Basics: Omelettes, Frittatas, Shakshuka, and More

Diner-Style Ham and Cheese Omelette for Two

Unlike their pale, dainty French cousins, American diner-style omelettes are thick and hearty, with big, fluffy curds and a lightly browned exterior. This style of omelette is sturdy enough to stand up to all sorts of fillings here, we heap in diced ham and grated cheddar for a breakfast big enough to share. When asparagus is in season, you'll want to try our variation filled with asparagus, Gruyère, and bacon, too.

Home-Style Tamagoyaki (Japanese Rolled Omelette)

Japanese tamagoyaki, or rolled omelette, is a common sight in bento boxes, but it's just as tasty for breakfast—if not the easiest egg dish to make. We sought out the advice of an expert, Chef Daisuke Nakazawa of Sushi Nakazawa, to arrive at this recipe. Beginners should start with a very small tamagoyaki pan—about five by seven inches—which is just big enough to make a single serving. Dashi, rice wine, and light (usukuchi) soy sauce lend flavor without making the eggs so watery that they're difficult to work with.

Soufflé Omelette With Cheese

Soufflés, like poached eggs, are unjustly feared by many a home cook, though it's true that they require some work and time. A soufflé omelette, on the other hand, will get you the same fluffy, cloudlike texture we associate with a soufflé in just 10 minutes, with a lot less effort. All it takes is separating the eggs, beating the whites to glossy peaks, and folding them back in with the beaten yolks. After that, simply add grated cheese and scrape it all into a skillet over medium heat, where it'll cook until puffy and browned.

Chinese-Style Layered Omelette

Though it makes an excellent weeknight dinner, we see no reason why this layered omelette couldn't be served for brunch, too. It helps that it takes just 15 minutes to put together: You'll beat half a dozen eggs, pour a little bit of the mixture into a hot skillet, and cook that thin layer until it's set. Repeat, stack the rounds with thinly sliced scallions and soy sauce in between, and you've got a sort of omelette/layered crepe cake mash-up that's delicious served with a bowl of rice and kimchi on the side.

Frittata With Bacon, Corn, and Gruyère

Like an omelette, a frittata is a great way to whip up a meal just by combining eggs with whatever tasty scraps of vegetables, meat, and cheese you have lying around. Though this one was developed with a quick dinner in mind, it's also a bang-up way to start your Saturday morning. We reserve some of the fat rendered from crisping the bacon to cook the corn, scallions, and jalapeños, then add them to a combination of eggs, milk or half-and-half, and Gruyère cheese. Keep back half of the cheese, plus a little bacon and a few jalapeño slices, to broil on top of the frittata after the eggs have mostly cooked through. For a different approach to your frittata, try this stovetop-only version, which is flipped instead of being cooked in the oven, much like a Spanish tortilla.

Easy Mixed-Cheese Quiche

If you're like me, there's a good chance that at any given time, you have an embarrassing assortment of leftover cheese bits turning stale in your fridge. Rather than let them go to waste, you can easily combine them with eggs to fill a simple quiche that's great for brunch. This recipe requires just a handful of ingredients—a single pie crust, cream, milk, eggs, and your cheese scraps—and a couple of hours to make.

Scrambled Egg and Cheese Drop-Biscuit Breakfast Sandwiches

Ever since I learned how incredibly easy it is to make fluffy drop biscuits, I've been making them all the time. I usually serve my biscuits with sausage gravy, but these sandwiches, packed with dill-infused scrambled eggs and a ton of melted mozzarella and feta, might be an even better way to use them. Diced onion cooked in butter provides a background of savory depth for the eggs.

Menemen (Turkish-Style Scrambled Eggs With Tomatoes, Onions, and Chilies)

A classic Turkish breakfast dish, menemen is made by lightly scrambling eggs in a flavorful sauce made with olive oil, peppers, onions, and tomatoes. The dish is traditionally made with Aleppo or Urfa peppers, which may be tricky to find in the States, but shishito or Padrón peppers work well as substitutes. Serve this with plenty of crusty bread, salty cheese, and olives.

Tex-Mex Migas With Scrambled Eggs, Tortilla Chips, and Chilies

I wasn't exposed to migas until I befriended a Texan in college, and I quickly regretted the dish's late arrival in my life. These gut-busting breakfast tacos are stuffed with scrambled eggs cooked with onion, chilies, and fried tortilla strips. (You can use store-bought tortilla chips here if you like we find that frying our own tortillas offers better flavor and texture.) Migas are known as great hangover food, which they certainly are, but our cheesy version made with Doritos might be even better on a rough Sunday morning.

Chilaquiles Verdes With Fried Eggs

The soggy tortilla chips in migas might bring to mind another dish: chilaquiles. This version is made by cooking tortilla chips—we definitely recommend frying your own here, as store-bought chips will get too mushy—in a sauce of diluted salsa verde, then topping it all off with a fried egg and garnishes like sliced onion, chopped cilantro, and crumbled Cotija cheese. For something a little meatier and more complex, try our variation made with chorizo and served with radishes and quick-pickled red onion.

Shakshuka (North African–Style Poached Eggs in Spicy Tomato Sauce)

Ubiquitous throughout the Middle East, this North African breakfast has also become a hip menu item in the US in recent years. It's somewhat similar to menemen, but instead of being scrambled, the eggs are poached directly in a pan of chili-spiked tomato sauce. The sauce is infinitely customizable—our version uses lightly caramelized hot and mild peppers and onion, spiced with paprika and cumin.

Foolproof Eggs Benedict

Once you've gotten over your fear of poached eggs, eggs Benedict—the classic combination of poached eggs, Hollandaise sauce, an English muffin, and Canadian bacon—is transformed from a restaurant-only brunch treat to something you can easily make at home. Intimidated by the Hollandaise, too? Don't worry: Our immersion blender–based recipe makes it absolutely foolproof. I like the most traditional version of eggs Benedict, but if you're after something a little different, try our recipe with smoked salmon and dill. Whatever your style, any Benedict is improved when it's served with homemade English muffins.

Eggy Puds (Breakfast Yorkshire Puddings With Bacon and Fried Eggs)

Next time you make Yorkshire pudding (an airy, crisp pastry that's more or less equivalent to an American popover) for a prime rib dinner, save some batter for brunch the next morning. These "eggy puds" are essentially giant, bacon-studded Yorkshire puddings, topped off with fried eggs and Hollandaise sauce. Even if you're not baking Yorkshire pudding for dinner the night before, you'll still want to make the batter ahead of time: Letting it rest overnight produces taller puddings with a nuttier, more complex flavor.

Homemade Egg McMuffin

Kids today don't know how good they have it—when I was growing up, if you wanted an Egg McMuffin after 10:30 a.m., you had to take matters into your own hands. How to do that? Steam an egg in the lid and screw top from a Mason jar, which is just the right size to create that signature round. Then sandwich it in a toasted English muffin with Canadian bacon and American cheese. What you'll end up with is a startlingly accurate McMuffin clone, but with far superior flavor from better ingredients—definitely worth the effort, even with the McDonald's All Day Breakfast Menu at your disposal.

Eggs en Cocotte With Tomato and Goat Cheese

Eggs en cocotte is an elegant, delicate brunch dish made by baking eggs in individual ramekins, accompanied by your choice of flavorful ingredients. Here, we layer the eggs on rosemary-scented tomato jam and top them with goat cheese alternatively, try eggs en cocotte with mushrooms and Gruyère or crab imperial.

Crispy Potato, Chorizo, and Green Chili Hash With Avocado and Eggs

Hash with baked eggs is one of my favorite easy dishes for any meal—it's as satisfying at dinner as it is at breakfast. Though you can honestly make hash with whatever's in your fridge, this recipe, which uses diced chorizo, potatoes crisped up in chorizo fat, and seared green chilies, is great to either follow to the letter or use as inspiration. Once all of those ingredients have started to cook together, crack in a few eggs and move the whole skillet to the oven until they're barely set.

Baked Eggs With Creamy Greens, Mushrooms, and Cheese

Resembling baked eggs combined with creamed spinach, this hearty, vegetable-packed dish is made with mushrooms, leeks, and a trio of greens—lacinato kale, Swiss chard, and spinach—cooked in a creamy béchamel-style sauce. Using a variety of greens results in a nice diversity of flavors and textures. Forget your silverware and scoop this up with toasted bread instead.

French Crepes With Ham, Cheese, and Eggs

Learning how to make basic French crepes is a small investment of time and effort that yields endless rewards—they can be used for all sorts of sweet and savory preparations. Here, we fill the crepes with ham, Gruyère, and fried eggs, whose runny yolks provide a rich sauce. Minerally buckwheat crepes are delicious filled with eggs, too.

Rich and Creamy Croques Madames

Perhaps not every sandwich is improved with a fried egg, but I'll never pass up the opportunity to add one atop a croque monsieur (which turns it into a croque madame). Toasting bread in butter, sandwiching ham and cheese inside, and smothering it all in Mornay sauce is already a fairly over-the-top endeavor, so why not gild the lily? Do be careful not to overcook the egg you want the yolk to remain liquid, so it soaks into the bread.

Tamago Kake Gohan (Japanese-Style Rice With Egg)

This ultra-simple Japanese comfort breakfast doesn't even ask you to cook an egg. Instead, just crack the egg into a bowl of hot rice and season with soy sauce, plus additional flavorings like MSG powder, mirin, and/or furikake. The key is to vigorously whip the egg into the rice with a pair of chopsticks until the mixture takes on a light, airy texture. If our eggs are fresh and clean, we don't fret too much over the safety of consuming them raw if you're nervous about it, you can buy pasteurized ones.

Nested Egg-in-a-Hole for 1 1/2 Eaters

This is an egg breakfast for you and a partner—well, a very small partner. Egg-in-a-hole is a classic breakfast dish made by simply punching out a hole in a slice of bread, frying the bread in butter, and dropping in an egg to cook in the hole. But what happens to the circle of bread left over? Combine it with a petite quail egg, and you've got a breakfast that's just the right size for a toddler.

The Grilled Cheese Eggsplosion (Grilled Cheese With Fried Eggs Cooked Into the Bread)

Runny egg yolk soaking into your bread not messy enough for you? Why not add melted cheese? This recipe combines the relatively understated pleasures of egg-in-a-hole with grilled cheese to make a glorious (and not at all understated) mess of a sandwich. Simply double your standard egg-in-a-hole preparation and sandwich American, cheddar, or jack in between the two egged slices. It may technically qualify as a sandwich, but we recommend a knife and fork for tackling this one.


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