Mother’s Day Brunch



I’ve always felt blessed to have a mother that was more than just a parent, she’s my best friend. 

This mother’s day I wanted more than ever to make her feel special, and what is a better way to do that then make my mother her own brunch!


The Menu:


Brunch for Mama


Fresh Pineapple or Orange Mimosas

Turkey Bacon, Breakfast Sausage, Fresh Fruit

Breakfast Potatoes

Lemon Ricotta Pancakes with Blueberry Compote

Leek, Asparagus, Mushroom Frittata with Boursin and Parmesan Cheese


All in all it was a delightful afternoon, surrounded by family and delicious food. 








Best Breakfast Potatoes (Homefries)

5# Red skin potatoes, washed and diced

1 large vidalia onion, thinly sliced

1 T spanish smoked paprika

1 t granulated garlic

1 t dried oregano

1/2 t cayenne powder

2 T olive oil

2 T butter


  • The easiest way to make these delish breakfast potatoes is to boil the onion and potatoes until almost tender. 
  • Drain the potatoes and onion. Get a very large skillet extremely hot, add the olive oil and let it get hot. 
  • When the oil starts to just smoke add the butter, and immediately follow with the potatoes. 
  • Make an even layer and let it sit to make a crust. Every few minutes toss the potatoes to evenly crisp all of them.
  • Add the seasoning and mix thoroughly.
  • Keep cooking until the potatoes are crispy and tender. 
  • Season generously with salt and pepper and serve. 


Happy Mother’s Day to all the amazing ladies out there!



Sean Patrick Gallagher






Dean and Deluca <3


So I have been working for Dean and Deluca for 6 months now. My work for the company has been primarily in the catering department, although I have worked in other departments. Recently I was asked to contribute to the Dean and Deluca Blog, and it was decided that I would be doing an Easter brunch article. I enlisted the help of my good friend Tom Trocola, who just happens to be an AMAZING photographer. We worked our magic together this past monday and I am very happy to say we have made a beautiful spread to showcase. The article will be going up on the website in a few weeks but I wanted to share a few pictures from the shoot! 🙂

These are lemon ricotta pancakes with a blueberry compote.

The shoot was a lot of fun and for me has made me decide the path I want to take in my career. I want to do more food writing, styling, and recipe development. I like the amount of time, focus, and detail that goes into producing these kind of productions. I hope that I can update this blog more and have higher quality photos like these to share as well.

Thank you for reading. Writing to you again soon.


Sean Gallagher