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Culinate Newsletter November 5 08

(mailing, James Berry)

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 h1. Dear readers,
 
 Election jitters yesterday meant that I couldn't eat much. This morning, however, I was ready for breakfast — a meal I've never been wild about, but know I should eat regularly.

 In recent months, I've fiddled with breakfast and come up with a new favorite: sautéed greens, a grain (brown rice or oat groats, usually), a poached egg, and a bit of grated cheese. The combination is tasty, and will fuel me until noon or beyond. 

 Another breakfast favorite, although not one I indulge in very often, is pie. Never had pie for breakfast? It's a wondrous thing, so long as it's not too cloyingly sweet. Check out our [/articles/features/pumpkinpies?utmsource=NL110508&utmmedium=email&utmcontent=PumpkinPies&utmcampaign=PumpkinPiesNL "pumpkin-pie recipes,"] and then go to the kitchen and bake one — for tomorrow's breakfast.
 
 Kim Carlson
 Editorial Director

 
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