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Sunday brunch dishes will include steak and eggs and a crab cake benedict topped with housemade herb hollandaise.
The Countess of Hamwich ($11.25) has eggs Benedict-like qualities without the lemony zing of hollandaise sauce.
The sunny Tandem makes some great dishes, like richly beefy oxtail hash with root vegetables, poached eggs and sage-brown butter hollandaise or a powerfully good kale salad with roasted veg and poached egg.
This is followed by Eleven Madison Park's fanciful eggs Benedict, which layers pork and bacon, silky asparagus bavarois and asparagus gelee, topped with caviar and hollandaise, and presented inside caviar tins bearing the EMP logo.
Just go easy on the hollandaise to keep things healthy.
Spoon hollandaise sauce over and sprinkle with chives, dill, flaky sea salt and black pepper.
There’s also an optional fourth course: split pea soup, a salmon cake with hollandaise or a mole beef enchilada.
Smith drizzles the ribs with a redeye gravy whisked into a housemade mayo to create a redeye gravy-hollandaise.
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Origin and Etymology of hollandaise
First Known Use: 1907See Words from the same year
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Definition of hollandaise for English Language Learners
: a rich sauce made of butter, egg yolks, and lemon juice or vinegar
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