Transcript for Christmas Breakfast with Celebrity Chef Daniel Humm
And we have Daniel home. Our friend. Special Christmas breakfast. So excited about this. You are the co-owner of know mad. And everything here is part of nomad's brunch. What makes the perfect brunch? You want to get -- especially on Christmas, you want to get the family together, have comfort food, happiness, deliciousness. Here in my house I only have girls. Same thing. Same thing with you. So we're making this. I couldn't make it -- they need a croque. It's a fancy word for a ham and cheese sandwich. You don't need to be a chef to make a great brunch. Doesn't hurt, though. Doesn't hurt. And as a chef, we work late. It's hard to get up for breakfa breakfast. So at nomad we decided to do a brunch all day. All right. Perfect for Christmas. So here we have a beautiful ham roll. But you can use any bread, use an English muffin. And then you just want to toast it. And then a -- a tip to make your perfect eggs at home. You put the eggs into a cookie cutter. Anyone has a cookie cutter at home. So when you cook them. -- Great idea. The shape of the bread. Or Canadian bacon. We have Canadian bacon. Then when we melt the cheese, we just put the eggs on top. Look how perfect that is. That's a lot better than my ham and cheese sandwich. And for the cheese, because I'm Swiss, I like to use gruyere cheese. What do you top it with? A sauce, more cheese. So beautiful. Look at the presentation. But it's really about getting the family together. So you can see we have with all the family style. Yeah, it's our chicken and waffles. It's chicken and French toast. And apples. We have some baked eggs. Yum. We have some smoked fish. We have some potatoes. Short ribs. Now these all look beautiful. But are they family-friendly in terms of making them? Absolutely. All these things you can make ahead of time. You can prepare the night before and then just put it in the obvious the next morning. And it's really about that for me too. You know, I don't want to be in the kitchen to cook brunch all day long. Right. You know, you want to do something that's delicious and simple. I like to put it just in the middle of the table so it's family-style. You have a special Swiss Christmas tradition? I think the rushdi there is pretty much as Swiss as it gets. But honestly, like in Switzerland, we didn't really cook brunch that much. It's not that common. So when I got to the U.S., I definitely had to study a little bit. Well, you studied well. You have mastered this. This is incredible. What I love about this, it's the perfect mixture. Because I can never decide, so I want to have breakfast or lunch. This is kind of both. You know what robin's feeling now? Granola. And the granola. Called that earlier. When you were here last time -- Yes. What's it about you? How do you make it? Well, we use maple syrup. It's almonds, pistachio. It is delicious. Dried cherries. Yeah. I can't believe you haven't been to our brunch at nomad. I can't believe that, George. I've been to the dinner a few times. You were saying that's one of your favorites. One of my favorites, absolutely. All this is great. See the dishes and get them at nomad. And get the recipes on our website, goodmorningamerica.com on Yahoo!. Now the local weather.
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