Blue Maxx Breakfast Skillets

Chef Ben Ford's Blue Maxx Breakfast Skillets are a popular brunch item at Ford's Filling Station in Los Angeles. There, he serves simple rustic dishes with innovative twists, what he calls "elevated comfort food." In this recipe, wood-smoked bacon reflects Ford's appreciation for regional cooking.
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Review 1 for Blue Maxx Breakfast Skillets
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MarisaF
San Diego
May 8, 2011
Ability level:Intermediate
Cooks for:3 to 5 people
Cooks:Every day
Would You Recommend? Yes
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We love it
May 8, 2011
I am making this right now for the 4th time since I saw this recipe in the catalog. It is so delicious and looks impressive and is really pretty easy. I am not a breakfast person and I love this. You should make this. Now. For your loved one. They will thank you. :-)
Pros: Easy, Appearance, Impressive, Will Make Again
Review 2 for Blue Maxx Breakfast Skillets
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Vittoriana
Glendale, CA
May 4, 2010
Would You Recommend? Yes
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A Show Stopping Breakfast
May 4, 2010
Have you ever wanted to invite your friends over for a breakfast or brunch and really wow them with something different? Well, step right up and prepare Ben Ford's Blue Maxx Breakfast Skillets for them and then stand back and bask in their adulation. It is not a difficult task to make this dish, but it does take a bit of time to put it together. The flavors meld together beautifully and when you cut into the yolk and it runs out over the potatoes and spinach, it really is just sublime. The garlic and rosemary complement the vegetables and the hollandaise sauce has just the right amount of tang from the lemon juice and a bit of a kick from the curry powder and Tabasco sauce. And just to perfectly gild the lily, Gouda cheese is melted into the spinach. From the first sight of this dish, to the last bite, your guests will be singing your praises. But then again, why wait until you have guests; make it for yourself, sit back, and enjoy the fruits of your labor.
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madmaddy
Princeton, NJ
Posted December 17, 2010
Unbelievably good!
I tried this one year for Christmas breakfast - my friends insist on having it every single year since then. It's become a Christmas staple. The bacon in the potatoes, the poached eggs, everything slathered in Hollandaise - this dish is unbelievably good and will stick to your ribs and fill you up for the hard work of opening presents. Delicious!
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