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Brunch @ Bobby

Saturdays at 2:00 pm et/pt on Cooking Channel
7 Seasons, 96 Episodes - Currently Airing
October 16, 2010
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  • An after-holiday brunch is put together using leftovers. Featuring: a gingerbread Dutch baby with poached maple pears and crème fraîche; a sweet potato green onion pancake with holiday ham and pepper jam; and a grapefruit sparkle cocktail.

  • Preakness party eats inspired by Maryland staples. Featuring: tempura-fried soft shell crab sandwiches with tartar sauce slaw and a side of crispy Old Bay chips; savory roasted peaches with city ham; a wild arugula salad with burrata and sorghum vinaigrette; black-eyed Susan spritzers; and banana pudding.

  • After-Thanksgiving brunch is fixed. On the menu: chocolate-pumpkin swirl bread with marmalade; waffle-cornbread-stuffing sandwiches with turkey, cheddar, bacon and cranberry-Dijon-gravy dipping sauce. In addition: a bourbon-apple hot toddy.

  • Bobby Flay and guest Sunny Anderson take on the sweet version of brunch with crème brûlée French toast with drunken strawberries; Sunny's sambal-and-pineapple-glazed bacon; blueberry pancake bites; and sparkling iced espresso.

  • Bobby Flay puts his brunch spin on classic NY staples with his pal, chef Scott Conant. They toast the town with a Manhattan and stack up an Everything Bagel Strata with Cream Cheese Custard and Smoked Salmon Relish.

  • Sports fan Bobby fixes a brunch great for tailgating. Featuring: apple crisp French toast casserole; a simple frittata sandwich; a berries Romanoff parfait; and a figgy bourbon fizz.

  • Sweet and savory crepes are prepared for brunch. Recipes consist of smoked salmon with ricotta; caper crepes with herb sauce; ham and cheesy egg crepes with mustard sauce; and a pomegranate-ginger spritzer.

  • Bobby's suggestions for leftover biscuit dough and day-old biscuits. Included: French toast with cinnamon-orange-cane syrup; a chilled bourbon-vanilla latte; ham, tomato and cheddar sandwiches; and donuts with lemon-cream filling and blueberry sauce.

  • Bobby is coming out with his very own Bobby Flay Fit Book and he shares a few of his favorite quick, light and healthy recipes like Spicy Turkey Merguez Scramble and Peanut Butter and Jelly Cream of Wheat.

  • A beloved falafel place and Bobby's daughter inspire two breakfast sandwiches made by the chef, who also fixes something called a crunchified chilaquiles burger sided with a tipsy Palmer cocktail.

  • Bobby grabs some food at a favorite barbecue place in NYC. With the leftovers, he fixes a brunch including BBQ pulled pork corn chip pie; Texas toast brisket cheesy egg sandwich; and smoky home fries with burnt ends. In addition: a spiked banana cream pie milkshake.

  • Season 7 opens with Katie Lee helping prep dishes that are inspired by Bobby's childhood summers spent at the Jersey Shore. Featuring: a cooling ginger-beer margarita; deviled eggs with fried oysters; crisp BLTs with fried tomatoes; roasted shrimp remoulade; corn cakes with crab and smoky avocado yogurt.

  • Chef Bobby Flay has a new twist on comfort food, including Curro French Toast with White Chocolate Orange dipping sauce, Cinnamon Bun Pancakes with Maple-Cream Cheese Glaze, and Bacon-Cheddar Twists with Soft-Cooked Eggs.

  • Bobby is putting together brunch for a crowd including sweet dishes with added savor, such as Stuffed French Toast with Gruyere, Mustard Greens and Double-Smoked Bacon, Ham and Cheese Scones with Roasted Tomatoes, and a Yogurt Bowl with toppings like beets, cucumbers and chickpeas. He tops it all off with his Verde Mary.

  • It's a chocolate lovers brunch feast with Bobby Flay. Including: Chocolate-Drizzled Scones, Stuffed Mexican Hot Chocolate French Toast with Cinnamon Whipped Cream, a Chocolate Peanut Butter Swirl Smoothie and a fast and simple recipe for Chocolate-Hazelnut Turnovers.

  • Chef Bobby Flay puts on a special big brunch for the big game. On the menu: Salsa Verde Chicken Burritos; Chicken Cracklings: Scrambled Eggs and Cheese; Green Onion-Spiced Mustard Hash Browns; Brown Butter Bourbon Maple-Glazed Baked Donuts; and a Citrus Infused Beer-Gin Cocktail.

  • Chef Bobby Flay is fixing brunch with buttermilk. Including: Golden Raisin-Fennel Soda Bread with Orange-Buttermilk Butter; soft Buttermilk Waffles with golden Buttermilk Fried Chicken; and a Mango-Cardamom Buttermilk Smoothie.

  • Chef Bobby Flay features bread for brunch. Including: a Southwest Cornbread Strata with smooth and Spicy Tomato Sauce; a fresh Crushed Grape Sangria; and Banana Bread Waffles with Bananas Foster Sauce.

  • A healthy brunch from Bobby Flay includes a Blueberry-Pomegranate Power Bowl with Crunchy Quinoa Crumbles, smooth and full-of-flavor Avocado Toast, a homemade vegetable juice Bloody Mary, and treat-like Black Forest Iced Tea.

  • Bobby Flay is getting in the holiday spirit with comforting dishes.

  • Bobby Flay and his Food Network friends wake up bright and early to cook their favorite Christmas dishes. The menu includes Prime Rib Roast, Sweet Potato and Turnip Gratin, Stuffed Poblano Peppers and Black Forest Trifle.

  • Holiday dinner transforms into a jaw-dropping brunch at Bobby Flay's house.

  • Vanilla-cardamom French toast with roasted apples; an herbaceous Persian baked omelet; spiced home fries with cilantro and red chiles.

  • Bobby's Thanksgiving continues as he prepares a brunch packed with holiday flavors, including Pumpkin Lattes and Pumpkin-Spiced Granola Parfaits with Orange-Cranberry Jam and Maple Yogurt. He also converts Thanksgiving leftovers into Roast Turkey Hash with Brussels Sprouts and Sweet Potatoes sprinkled with Bacon-Herb Oil.

  • Bobby Flay and Katie Lee host an all-star Thanksgiving feast of friends.

  • Bobby Flay is getting creative with pancake house dishes. Including: Mini Denver Omelet Frittatas with Crispy Hammy Croutons and Silver Dollar Tropical Pancakes with Mascarpone Whipped Cream. Bobby also shares iced and steaming types of Hazelnut-Chocolate-Toffee Coffee.

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