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Friday, 21 May 2010

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Carol

The breakfast plates look good but the chocolate/caramel/nut/Oreo™/Reeses™/M&M™ covered apples are what has my attention!

ed (from Yuma)

Wow! What a find. I love the idea of the almond slices on the french toast. And that eggs benedict florentine looks perfect. Ymmm Hollandaise.

But when I first looked at that second pic, I wondered why the odd colored hot dogs in the cooler case (I will get these eyes checked).

Cathy

I've had one of the apples, with fudge and nuts during Oktoberfest, Carol It was wonderfully decadent.
I was so happy to have stopped here for breakfast, ed. Completely unexpected. Now, go make an appointment for those eyes...

Linda

You always remind me why I need to get out in the east county more :) Especially for some almond crusted french toast and oreo apples!

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