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March 20, 2015

Weekend plan: Make this swoon-worthy gourmet brunch at home

Blogger Sherrie Castellano of With Food & Love shares her delectable recipes with readers

Weekend Recipes Brunch
Harvest Hash Breakfast Tacos Sherrie Castellano /With Food & Love

This Harvest Hash Breakfast Tacos recipe is everything you could want in a brunch.

Philadelphians love their food, but brunch gets put on a higher pedestal.

Be it the smell of bacon or the promise of a bloody mary, brunch is the only meal that can get many of us to get out of bed, put on pants and leave the house on a Saturday or Sunday morning, even when especially when we're ridiculously hungover. Now that’s dedication.

But what if I told you that you didn’t have to leave your house, or spend money at a restaurant, or even put on pants in order to enjoy a restaurant-worthy brunch?

Actually, that’s exactly what I’m telling you!

All you have to do is hop on over to Sherrie Castellano’s little corner of the Interweb - With Food and Love - and plan ahead by grabbing some ingredients a few days before, and you can make and enjoy the delectable meals featured below. (Castellano lived in Philadelphia for five years.) 

But what if I told you that you didn’t have to leave your house, or spend money at a restaurant, or even put on pants in order to enjoy a restaurant-worthy brunch?

Main Course: Harvest Hash Breakfast Tacos (see, and salivate over, picture above.) 

Now before you assume "No way I can make that," because I did, too, just read the recipe and you'll realize it's not all that difficult. 

All you need is a rainbow assortment of root veggies and a sharp knife to create the beautifully shredded "taco" fixings, below.

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Then, all you need is a fried egg, a tortilla and some extra optional toppings, and WHAM, in 20 minutes you will have yourself a meal worth bragging about to your friends.

But wait, make it even better by adding a side of Avocado Toast with Cilantro Lime Cashew Cream and some fresh-pressed Carrot Ginger Orange Juice.

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Oh, and invite the PhillyVoice team over, too! 

Know any local bloggers who would like to have their recipes featured at PhillyVoice.com? Shoot me an email at Elisa@PhillyVoice.com.

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