I have long been a fan of Taste of Home. I was a contributor in the past. I was also on woman's day for my budget cooking. I find that the Taste of Home recipes aren't trying to sell a particular product, they are family tested and sometimes are that recipe grandma used to make that was sooo yummy.
I bought The Complete Brunch Cookbook. It is soft bound and I bought it discounted Winco. We have long been a fan of Breakfast 4 Dinner. It's a good way to s t r e t c h a dollar .
Some of the recipes are definitely for a company brunch, I say that because they are fancy and take a fair amount of work. I am all about easy and quick. It goes back to sounding more time planning and shopping, and less time cooking, assuming you have a life and it's not being a master cook,
Some recipes that did intrigue me are :
Sausage quiche squares
Bacon and egg pizza
Tater tot bake
Veggie packed strada
Sausage from scratch - ( no garbage)
Denver scramble tostada
turkey sage sausage patties
Broccoli brunch skillet
black bean frittata
Chocolate pecan waffles
Banana oat pancakes
Bacon potato waffles ( leftover mashed potatoes? )
Chocolate chip coffee cake
Chocolate banana muffins
Pumpkin pecan loaves
Ham and green onion biscuits
Orange cranberry bread
Total 108 recipes.
Some Taste of home recipes can be found on line.
Making a new recipe mixes things up and makes a meal less boring,