"I come from a long line of brunch-o-thropes, or to put a more positive spin on it, from a family who likes to be outdoors in the middle of a beautiful spring Sunday instead of trapped in a windowless room eating an omelet stuffed with whatever the chef had left over from the real meal the night before. My ideal Mother's Day brunch item is something that I can take with me … away from the brunch table. Like this perfect little handheld Egg and Cheese on a Biscuit. In my house, we don't bother making the biscuits from scratch—these are Trader Joe's. Why would we when we can be outside playing soccer or tennis or hopscotch or tetherball instead?"
Jenny Rosenstrach, Dinner: A Love Story
|4 eggs||Refrigerated biscuits, prepared per instructions, warm|
|1 to 2 tablespoons cream cheese, room temperature||8 slices sharp cheddar cheese|
|Small pat butter||Salt and pepper to taste|
Whisk together eggs and cream cheese. Season with salt and pepper.
Preheat a medium-size frying pan over medium heat. Coat pan with butter. Add eggs and cook gently.
Split warm biscuits and top each half with a slice of cheese. If needed, place in oven or toaster oven to lightly melt cheese. Top one half of each biscuit with scrambled egg. Top with second half of biscuit and serve.
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