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Diner Eggs Benedict

Since I discovered a decent canned version of Hollandaise sauce, I have been making Eggs Benedict at least once a week. As I was posting my latest variation of this famous dish I wanted to link to my posting of the recipe, I discovered that I had never posted the recipe. I cannot really call it “Karl’s” recipe, because this is what you will get from many restaurants for about $10.

Diner Eggs Benedict

Diner Eggs Benedict

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Karl’s Eggs Benjamin

Since I discovered a decent canned version of Hollandaise sauce, I have been making Eggs Benedict at least once a week. To keep myself interested, I have also make several variations—1, 2 and 3. This morning my wife had picked up some bagels for breakfast. While normally this would result in lox, cream cheese, and a bagel, I wondered if I could add an egg and Hollandaise? While the thicker half bagel was a bit harder to cut up—than an English muffin—it worked quite well.

Karl’s Eggs Benjamin

Karl’s Eggs Benjamin

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