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Saturday, September 29, 2012

Sunday Brunch at the Cheesecake Factory

    The Cheesecake Factory may not be the first place you think of for a Sunday brunch but it does have some interesting brunch choices.  Last Sunday I tasted a few of the interesting offerings.
   The best by far was the bruleed french toast.  Unfortunately when we were there at 11 am they only had one order left and our group wanted three orders.  Apparently this dish has to be made up ahead of time and they didn't have time to make up more orders.  We decided to do some group sharing that gave me the opportunity to try more than one of the choices.
   The french toast napoleon gave us more opportunity to taste the bruleed french toast with strawberries and pecans.
    The lemon ricotta pancakes, as big as the plate, were good but too light on the lemon flavor.
    The Baja chicken hash consisted of two  tortillas topped with chicken chorizo, poblano chiles, potatoes, corn, peppers, onions and cheese topped with eggs and hollandaise sauce.
The Monti Cristo sandwich was made of bacon, grilled ham, scrambled eggs and melted Swiss cheese, powdered sugar and served with strawberry preserves.

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