We enjoy going to brunch and paying $14 for a plate of eggs as much as the next guy, but sometimes our local restaurant menus leave a lot to be desired.
More often than not, we're choosing between scrambled, sunny side up or poached, and maybe some kind of egg sandwich or eggs benedict (if we're lucky). But wouldn't it be nice if more of the country's eateries took a cue from the rest of the world and started showcasing eggs in different, more exciting meals?
According to the following infographic put together by Expedia's Viewfinder travel blog, there's no shortage of worldly egg-based dishes to sample on lazy Sunday mornings. The problem is, you'll probably need to cook them yourself — at least until your local brunch spot starts offering tamagoyaki or curried eggs for the low, low price of $16 a plate.
Check out the following ways the world prepares eggs, then to learn how to make a mimosa that won't cost you $11 a sip.