Eggs Benedict are the perfect brunch food, requiring both skill in their preparation and a touch of decadence in their enjoyment.
The dish has two competing creation myths, but both agree that eggs Benedict originated in New York City just over a century ago. Today, eggs Benedict can be found across the world, with a number of universal and regional variations.
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