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Sunday Eggs Benedict

Hosted by the Consul of the Luxembourg Drinks, Food & More Group
Dining & Nightlife
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Took place 2 months ago
Sun 04 Mar 12:00 - 13:00

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Eggs Benedict (also called by the slang term "Eggs Benny") is a traditional American breakfast or brunch dish that consists of two halves of an English muffin each of which is topped with Canadian bacon, ham or sometimes bacon, a poached egg, and hollandaise sauce. The dish was first popularized in New York City.

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Many variations on the basic recipe are served:
- Eggs Blackstone substitutes streaky bacon for the ham and adds a tomato slice.
- Eggs Blanchard substitutes Béchamel sauce for Hollandaise.
- Eggs Florentine substitutes spinach for the ham or adds it underneath.Older versions of eggs Florentine add spinach to poached or shirred eggs.
- Eggs Chesapeake substitutes a Maryland blue crab cake in place of the ham.
- Eggs Mornay substitutes Mornay (cheese) sauce for the Hollandaise.
- Eggs Trivette adds Creole mustard to the Hollandaise and adds a topping of Crayfish.
- Eggs Omar (also known as a steak benedict) substitutes a small steak in place of the ham, and sometimes replaces the hollandaise with béarnaise.
- Eggs Atlantic, Eggs Hemingway or Eggs Copenhagen (also known as Eggs Royale and Eggs Montreal in New Zealand) substitutes salmon or smoked salmon for the ham. This is a common variation found in Australia, New Zealand, Canada and the United Kingdom. This is also known as "Eggs Benjamin" in some restaurants in Canada.
- Huevos Benedictos substitutes sliced avocado and/or Mexican chorizo for the ham, and is topped with both a salsa (such as salsa roja or salsa brava) and hollandaise sauce.
- Eggs Hussarde substitutes Holland rusks for the English muffin and adds Bordelaise sauce.
- Irish Benedict replaces the ham with corned beef or Irish bacon.[18]
- Eggs Cochon, a variation from New Orleans restaurants which replaces the ham with pork "debris" (slow roasted pork shredded in its own juices) and the English muffin with a large buttermilk biscuit.

Enjoy! (and you pay for what you've ordered).