If you're anything like us, you love brunch. Brunch is the perfect meal to celebrate the weekend, chat with friends, and eat the most perfect of all foods: the poached egg. Personally, I've been known to order entire meals simply because they contain poached eggs, and don't even get me started on eggs Benedict (video below).
Unfortunately, brunch can also get expensive. Restaurants regularly charge upwards of 20 dollars an entree for their most decadent offerings, and that’s not including drinks, tip, or tax. One of the best ways to save money while still enjoying the best meal of the week is to host brunch at home—inviting your friends and family for a low- (or high-) key gathering of good food and good company.
While many brunch foods are easy to make, however, from pancakes to quiche, poached eggs present a unique challenge. Why do homemade poached eggs always look less polished than their professional counterparts, and how can you make these glorious packets of perfectly cooked white and runny, golden yolk for a crowd?
Luckily, we’ve found the perfect video to answer all your poached-egg questions. Watch the clip below for genius tips, and be sure to invite all of your your friends and family to a decadent Memorial Day brunch immediately afterwards!