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TLP’s guide to Mother’s Day brunch

By: The Local Palate

With Mother’s Day just around the corner, we’ve collected some of our favorite brunch recipes to brighten up your Sunday celebration.

Soul Hero x

Take a page out of Atlanta chef Todd Richards’ book (his 2018 release, Soul, to be specific) with a menu chock full of fresh produce and reimagined brunch classics. His fried chicken over sweet potato waffles hits the sweet-salty-crunchy trifecta.

Eggs x

If Mom’s love language is comfort food, opt for the baked eggs in tomato sauce.

Biscuits x

Sausage biscuits topped with ginger peach relish are perfect for feeding a crew.


For an easy-but-impressive tea party vibe, break out the nice linens and bake up a skillet of scottish scones with honey butter and a quick three-ingredient jam.

Millers Hero x

Tastes skew more lunch? The South’s jazzed-up answer to chicken salad, country captain is the way to go. Pile it on a sandwich, scoop onto melon slices, serve with toast points or lettuce cups—the options are endless.

Smoked Salmon with Wild Pepper featured x

Fire up the grill to smoke your own salmon (it’s easier than you think) for an impressive, low-carb luncheon.

Eggs Hussarde featured x

Veer decadent with the ultimate brunch classic straight from New Orleans: Brennan’s Eggs Hussarde. Nothing spells love like a duo of sauces and a perfectly poached egg.

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