Eggs Benedict is a well-known brunch dish believed to have originated from the Waldorf Hotel in New York City (although there are conflicting stories about the true origin). There are many variations*1 of the recipe but this is how we like it. Substituting a duck egg for your standard hen's egg gives an even richer tasting dish and a rasher or two of smoked bacon never goes amiss. Note: You don't have to make your own Hollandaise - there are some good quality ready-made sauces available.
To Serve: Place the toasted muffin on the plate. Top with the smoked bacon, black pudding, [tomato], then the poached egg. Spoon over the hollandaise and sprinkle with chives.
If you want to know more about the 'ideal' Eggs Benedict check out How to eat Eggs Benedict via The Guardian | Food.
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