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Over Easy on new Food Paradise episode

Check us out on Food Paradise on the @cookingchannel! @chefaaronmay shared two of his most popular dishes on the Over East menu – Waffle Dogs and Banana Nut French Toast!


Begin your morning with breakfast and brunch dishes that double as dessert

By Alison Bailin Batz

Who says dessert needs wait until after dinner? Not us! Whether digging into a fluffy pancake or savoring a cinnamon roll, here are some of the sweetest ways to start off the day, thanks to these restaurants’ rich and decadent morning treats. Please note: Before deciding where to dine, visit each restaurant’s site or call to inquire about potential modificaitons to opening hours, offerings, and dine-in/takeout options amid COVID-19 modifications.

A perfect combo of sweet and savory, this dish – available daily from open to close – is so popular that it has been featured on The Best Thing I Ever Ate on the Food Network. It starts by taking sausage links and dipping them into homemade vanilla batter. Once coated several times, they are fried to a golden brown on a stick, making the end result appear much like a corn dog, yet with the sweetness of a pancake. They come three to an order with a side of maple syrup and are topped with powdered sugar and strawberries. $10.


Mouth-Watering French Toast

The List TV stopped by Over Easy for some tips on upping your French Toast game.


Eggs Benedict on Fox 10 Arizona

Over Easy celebrated National Eggs Benedict Day by sharing three special benedicts with Fox 10 Arizona. If you’re poaching eggs at home for eggs Benedict,add a little vinegar to the water, then stir before dropping the egg in. The vortex helps keep it together.


The List TV – 3 Egg Free Dishes

The List TV stopped by Over Easy for National Breakfast Month for tips on three dishes that are as great with or without the egg.


Diners, Drive-Ins, & Dives at Over Easy

Guy Fieri made a Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives stop at Over Easy where he cooked up some of our favorites with Chef Aaron May.


Waffle Dogs on The Food Network

The Food Network says Over Easy’s Waffle Dogs are the “Best Things I Ever Ate.” Host and Iron Chef winner Beau MacMillan is crazy about these delicious sausages dipped and fried in our secret waffle batter.