I am always on the look out for brunch food. Brunch in Dallas and Texas in general is kind of a big deal, and although most of my friends prefer to while the day away on a patio somewhere (which don't get me wrong is pretty fantastic), I tend to spend my Sundays on my front patio because that requires neither makeup nor shoes.
This brunch recipe from The Food Lab's post on perfect poached eggs is pretty much perfect. It includes crunchy brioche croutons, crispy Spanish chorizo (and for those of you in Texas, it's different from Mexican chorizo), slightly blackened corn, and a delicious butter sauce. Add that perfect poached egg and it's one delectable meal.
Truth be told, it's an involved meal. And this is coming from someone who barely blinks an eye at involved meals and instinctually distrusts recipes that are overly simple. That said, it's not difficult, just don't expect to get it on the table lightning fast.
But make sure it gets to your table because it is damn good and so worth the time.
Kenji gives a lot of details on creating the perfect poached egg, both with a sous vide and without so scoot on over there and read it. Your brunch menus will thank you.