French toast with maple syrup, sandwiches, eggs Benedict and spicy sausage links -- these foods are favorites all across the country for brunch, the meal that's a combination of breakfast and lunch. Brunch can be casual or formal, but unless you're a seasoned chef (and have lots of time to spare), you should avoid complicated recipes. Cook as many items as you can in advance, and don't forget the orange juice and Champagne to make mimosas!
Are you tired of serving the same casserole and donuts every time you host brunch? These fresh ideas will help you break out of a dull routine and host a weekend meal to remember.