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November 2011 Issue

A Good Start at the Breakfast Counter

Breakfast is hailed as the most important meal of the day—it’s the first dose of energy your body gets after that long overnight fast. For the most part, it’s something that you can put together on the fly as you head out the door to work. But once in a while it’s nice to have a more relaxing and satisfying morning meal—perhaps pancakes or omelets on a lazy Saturday morning. And a relaxed breakfast experience means someone else makes and cleans up afterwards; that’s where the myriad breakfast-serving restaurants come in.

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