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Brunch | Eat Our Feelings

Brunch | Eat Our Feelings

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Sasha and Emma eat brunch with Robin and Sid, who are way more excited about the brunch scene than they are. After an attempt to go to a trendy brunch club goes horribly wrong, the ladies decide to take matters into their own hands.

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- So, we were all wasted, on the rooftop, of the White Hotel, singing the Lizzie McGuire theme song, at the top of lungs! And even that one bartender joined in, who I over-tipped, because he seemed sad on the inside! - And because you wanna finger him. - I do. - Guys, these eggs... You wouldn't think that cactus went well with eggs, but, baby! But, it's really... - Good? - [Sid] No, I wouldn't say good, like yum. I'd probably say good, like, interesting. You wanna try? - Oh, no thanks! All I can eat here, is this orange, with a flower on top, which is not edible, by the way! - Is that sand? - A source head, from the Mojave. - [Robin] So, what have you two do last night? - Oh... We just hung out with some fashion people, you know. At a cool bar, drinking 14 dollar cocktails, like it was nothing! - Eating Marcona almonds! - Calling a car service! - Playing bocce, with Yoko Ono's son! - She blew our cover with that one, right? - We've known you long enough, to know that you would never by an almond at a bar. - [Emma] Oh, my gosh! Pack them in your bag! It's called Tupperware! - Don't show them your Tupperware! - [Robin] So guys, where should we go next week? There are a ton of brunch places we haven't tried yet. - You know, they're all kinda the same, though! Give, or take, a spicy Bloody Mary. - Oh, there's that new Mexican/French fusion place, that does huevos benedict. - [Robin] Or, there's that Andy Warhol themed place, that's just tomato soup! - Oh, or the place that serves brunch for babies, but it's always filled with babies, which is kind of a downer. - Or, there's that Swedish place! You know, the food is normal, the massages are Swedish. - Or, Harvest, where all the waitresses are pregnant. Really good eggs. - Yeah. Or, there's that McDonald's, that's in Tribeca. It's just a McDonald's, but it's in Tribeca. - [Emma] Why don't we just pick up sandwiches, and have a picnic in the park? - Oh, my God! - Oh, my God! You are so dumb! It's hard to listen to you breathe! - [Sid] That's so dumb! - I can't tell if you like us! - [Robin] We should go to that brunch club, in Bushwick! It's in an old warehouse, and it's supposed to be really dimly lit, you know, for hangovers. - But guys, it's super exclusive. So, you need to look really good. - You're saying we don't look good? - I've never not seen you in those pajama pants. - [Sasha] Well, you only ever see me at brunch. These are my brunch pants. - Okay. Alright, if we each put in about 47.50, we should be fine. - Dollars? - Plus, tip. - Plus, tip. Aw, baby, you're good with numbers. - I love you! - I love you! - I wish we were alone! - Me, too. - [Robin] You're so great. - [Sid] You're so great. Someday, you'll have this. ♫ Two small people have a whole lot of feelings ♫ We have more feelings than an onion has peelings ♫ We are always ♫ We are always hungry ♫ - [Emma] Eat our feelings! - [Sasha] Eat our feelings, please! Why do we continue this charade? New York brunch is the worst! And Sid and Robin are too cool for us! - Because, we like them! And maybe someday, they'll pay us, to be surrogates. - I'm just sick of paying a million dollars, to choose between starches! I want potatoes and pancakes! Side salads? - Not on my plate. - That is some lunch shit. - Maybe, I don't want mimosas to be endless, you know? Maybe, the thought, of endless mimosas, makes me feel like I'm looking at the ocean, overwhelmed by my own insignificance! Hey, guys! - [Sid] Oh, my God. We said look good, not like off-brand Jem dolls. - Yeah, we told you it's a brunch club! Not a brunch club! - Are you kidding me, with this line? - [Sid] Just act like you don't care. - This is gonna take forever! - Oh, God. - Four, for brunch, please! - Not today. Maybe try next week. - Excuse me? Did we just get bounced? - Sorry. Prom princess. - [Sid] It's fine. We're just gonna eat somewhere else, okay? - What, are we not good enough, for your eggs benedict? - Are we, are we too edgy, for your bodega-quality cantaloupe? For your overdressed mixed greens, with too many red onions? - [Robin] Okay, you have made your opinions known. Now, let's leave as gracefully as possible, given the fact that you are wearing sequins before noon! - We're takin' this party to our place! - And what bridge is that under? - [Sasha] We'll show you the true meaning of brunch! - Yeah, that's a portmanteau, motherfucker! - Oh, don't swear at him. - Sorry. - [Sasha] Everybody loves brunch! - [Emma] Except for those of us, that hate it! - But, going out to brunch is stressful, and expensive, and rarely as good as it should be! - Restaurant brunch is built on a foundation of eggs. And some people don't eat those. - We know. - So, I just order dry granola, and stew in my own bitterness! - If you could be a little bit less of a nightmare right now. - Which, is why we're not showing you how to make dry granola. We're showing you how to make a delicious, mostly vegan-friendly brunch, that will delight even your brunchiest friends! - Today, we'll be making a tomato and cheddar scramble, with avocado. - [Emma] Oatcakes, with a ginger/raspberry/pear compote. - [Sasha] And smoky tempeh sausages! For the compote, you'll need... One ten-ounce bag of frozen raspberries. One tablespoon of minced ginger. One teaspoon of vanilla. One pear, peeled and diced. And three tablespoons of maple syrup. Compotes are one of the easiest things, in the world, to make. Because, all you do, is mix a bunch of ingredients together, in a pot, simmer for about 20 minutes, and you're done! It doesn't matter what order you put these guys in, just as long as they all end up in the same place! - While that's simmering, let's get going on the sausages! For those, you'll need... One eight-ounce block of steamed tempeh. A half-cup mashed carrots. One tablespoon oat flour. Two tablespoons of oil. Two teaspoons of smoked paprika, one teaspoon caraway seeds, one teaspoon onion powder, one teaspoon of thyme. Two teaspoons tamari, or soy sauce. One teaspoon of salt! The oven's been preheated to 400. Now, to my steamed tempeh, I'm gonna add all of these ingredients, and then, just squish it with my hands, until it forms a dough. Okay, here, we've got the spices. To me, the key to the sausage flavor, is the smoked paprika. Add that. Alright, we've got smashed carrots, for moisture. Thank you! I've got oat flour, here. Any flour will do. Little bit of oil, because sausage wants to be kinda fatty. Thank you! And here, I have tamari, but if you have soy sauce, use that. Okay! So... Let's squish! The sound of this is a little gross, but if you think about it, it's way less gross than real sausage! Okay! This is ready, to go on the tray! So, I'll form nice, little patties! Give it a nice little... Nice little pat! This will make about nine, in a batch. - Can I do some? - Oh, please! Great! So now, let's clean up, and get 'em in the oven! - [Sasha] And now, I'm gonna go get our compote! Smells great! Yum, yum, yum, yum, yum, yum, yum, yum, yum! - [Emma] You know what goes great with compote? Oatcakes! For the oatcakes, you'll need... Two cups of oat flower. Two tablespoons baking powder. A fourth teaspoon salt. Two tablespoons flax meal. Six tablespoons of water. One and a fourth cup of almond milk. One tablespoon oil. One teaspoon almond extract. Two tablespoons maple syrup. One teaspoon of nutmeg, and one teaspoon of cinnamon. - [Sasha] So first, we're gonna whisk together the dry ingredients! - Okay! The flax meal, and water, have been thickening for a couple of minutes. They'll act as a binding agent, just like eggs. Now, let's add the wet ingredients. Here's the almond milk. Oops! And the maple syrup, the oil, and the almond extract. Mix 'em up! - [Sasha] And now, we're going to add the dry ingredients, to the wet ingredients, and mix! - [Emma] This makes for a thick batter. Just whisk, until the lumps are gone. Okay! - Alright, let's hit the griddle! - You know that the oatcake is ready to flip, when you see air bubbles forming. It's a thick batter, so I'll spread it out a little bit. You don't wanna press down on your pancakes, 'cause that'll smush out the air. But, these guys will spread, just to make 'em a little rounder, and not quite so chunky. These'll make about ten pancakes, per batch? - Oatcakes. - Oatcakes. Thank you. - You're welcome. - These look great! - They sure do! - [Both] Sausages! - Quick tip, for keeping pancakes warm, while you finish cooking! - Just turn your oven down, to 200, and stick 'em in, just like that! - Make sure the plate's not plastic. - Oh, yeah! So now, it's time for our final dish! For the scramble, you will need... Six eggs. Half of a red onion, chopped. One cup of grape tomatoes, cut in half. Three-fourths a cup of grated cheddar cheese. Two tablespoons Parmesan cheese. A fourth a teaspoon of garlic powder. A pinch of salt and pepper. Half of an avocado, sliced. And chopped parsley, for garnish. Scrambles are great, because they're really easy, and you can throw almost anything into them. I like to start, by sauteing my vegetables. And then, I add the eggs, and the cheese after that. Start by sauteing the onion, in olive oil, and salt. So, when the onions start to get translucent, and a little bit soft, that's when we add our tomatoes. - Now, I'll add the Parmesan, and the spices. - [Sasha] And when the tomatoes start to look a little raisin-y, then, we know it's time to add our eggs. - [Emma] Hey, look at me, Sasha! I'm whisking eggs, like a person who eats eggs! - And we're all so proud of you! - I'm hungry! - Are you guys done yet? - [Both] No! - [Sasha] There are a lot of different ways to make eggs, but I like scrambles, because you don't have to worry about flipping, or assembling. When the eggs start to come together, that's when I add my cheese. Alright! - Now, let's get the oatcakes out of the oven! They're cute! That's good! - It's so good! I guess that we should... We should probably serve the guys, right? - Oh. Yeah, I guess so. - Just in one hotcake. - Yeah, they'll be fine. - I like this place! - Yeah, it's homey. - It's 'cause we live here! - Look, I'm sure it'll be just a minute. - Maybe next week. - Is that bulgur wheat? - No, it's not bulgur wheat! - What's bulgur?

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