First Day of Spring
It’s hard to believe, but yesterday was actually the first day of spring. It is said to be the one day a year when you can balance an egg on its end. So, during the buzzing brunch with so many eggs around we just couldn’t help ourselves. And look - we did it! - Katrine
St.Paddy's Day Cooking
the Irish flag as seen through food I got some street cred when it comes to Irish American culture. My father is a retired policeman. The St.Louis neighborhood I grew up in had every Irish surname in the Dublin phone book and all my friends were named either John, Brian, Billy, Danny or Patrick. I was taught by Irish nuns who made the girls do Irish dance and the boys do McNamara’s band....
Life is short, eat dessert first, or last!
The bobo kitchen is bringing you a selection of new tasty sweet treats. A new favorite could be the Four Brothers Farm Yogurt Panna Cotta with candied beets and pepita brittle - using the best of what our farms have to offer at this slow time of year. Also, be sure to try out our new ice cream sandwich flavors - all made in the bobo kitchen! -Emily
March 8th = Pancake Day
Crepes with Nutella and cranberry from bobo’s Brunch Menu If you check the Wikipedia entry for pancake day, a million different interpretations hit the screen, all to do with religious or class connotations. And while most are amusing (like the soccer match that happens every year), they are not how I remember it. As a child growing up in a very happy family, pancake day was always...
Mardi Gras inspired Brunch Cocktails
We’re not ones to skip a party, but the Hurricane-drenched and bead adorned Mardi Gras melee on Bourbon street shakes even our dedication to shenanigans. Fat Tuesday approaches regardless, and as we say, it would be rude not to celebrate. So rather than sickly sweet Hurricanes in mammoth plastic pastel goblets, we’ve created a Cajun Bloody Mary called The French Quarter. Bring...
We’re approaching Fat Tuesday and in honor of all things Mardi Gras, we will be serving some delicious King Cake at brunch this weekend. In case you’re not familiar with the tradition and the king of cakes, the purple, yellow and green cake has a hidden trinket inside - most likely a naked baby(?!?) Who ever finds the little trinket wins a privilege and/or obligation. At bobo that...