LGBTQ+ Pride Weekend brunch ideas

Chef Jason Goldstein shares some tips for planning a fabulous Pride brunch.
3:05 | 06/03/23

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- And we're back now at GMA. It's time to eat, serving up recipes practically perfect for Pride month. Chop Happy chef and cookbook author Jason Goldstein joins us from his kitchen at home. Jason, good morning to you. It's always great to have you. Sorry, Janai started actually eating before the segment began, so apologies for the look of the display here. But let's jump right into it because we're talking about this reverse pizza. And this is a little bit different. These are all the rage on social media. Tell us about it. - All right, first of all, thank you so much for having me on. I'm super grateful. And Happy Pride to everybody. So step 1, we're going to season our sheet pan with some honey and some red pepper flakes. And a good tip is any time you're cooking on a sheet pan, season both the food and the sheet pan, and you get the most flavor. And then the second part to this is I'm going to take some colors of the rainbow of veggies. And I actually salted the veggies 10 minutes before so the salt could get all the way through into the veggies. And then you just keep going until you make all the colors of the rainbow with any veggies you want. - So then after that, we've got to get the essentials in there, right-- the cheese, the sauce. And I understand there's honey mixed into this one? - Yes, yes. So we had the honey on top of the veggies there. So the next thing you need is cheese and your favorite sauce. You can use marinara, pesto, cream sauce. But why this is all the rage is because the crust cooks on top so it doesn't get soggy, and it gets nice and crispy. And the point of this is that it makes it so nice and good for you. And you can just take that pizza dough. You're going to leave it on the counter 30 minutes, so it's easy to work with. I also rolled it out on parchment paper, so it was easy to transfer. Then you're going to wait until your pizza-- 400 degrees for 20 minutes. You're going to wait for your pizza to cool. You flip it, and we're going to get this beautiful rainbow pizza just like that. INTERVIEWER: Love it. Love it. All right. So then beyond the pizza, of course, we got to get some dessert to go with it, right? And you have a rainbow icebox cake to go along. Walk us through that. - All right. So Tom, my husband, has a huge sweet tooth, so this is dedicated to him. So basically, this is no-bake, three ingredients. So you're going to take cookies, cake, whatever you want, and you're going to layer it right on top. And I've already done a layer, so it's going to be cookies, whipped cream, cookies, whipped cream, just like that. And then you're going to take food coloring and your whipped cream. And you are going to mix it together. And just smear it all over the top just like that. And then this goes in to the refrigerator four hours or overnight. And when it comes out, it is like the Pride Parade float of creamy happiness, just like that. INTERVIEWER: Love it. Jason, thank you so much. We are all ready for brunch. We appreciate it, as always. And, of course, these recipes, they are on GoodMorningAmerica.com. You can get them right there.

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