Nothing says Easter like a delicious brunch. (Except maybe "He has risen" - that certainly says Easter) Nonetheless, my folks came down on Easter Sunday to enjoy brunch, featuring The Egg Titanic. What is this, you may ask? It's basically a cheesey, bacony, oniony, eggy concoction that is poured into a long, hollowed out baguette. Then you throw it in the oven and watch the magic happen.
The moment you pull it out of the oven, you feel like The King of the World. Then you take a bite and you think to yourself, "I'll never let go, egg bake." It's that good. The only tragedy with this Titanic was that I forgot to take photos of the finished product.
A big shout out to Stephanie who reminded me about the delectable Baked Egg Boat recipe from her blog. As you can see, she used individual baguettes - hence "boats" - but we could only find an ultra long baguette - hence "The Titanic." The new name also seemed fitting since Jack and Rose were recently introduced to a whole new generation of tweens. Kids, I have a vintage poster of Jack Dawson that I'll sell to the highest bidder.*
*Ok, not really. It's actually of this guy.