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SAVORY OR SWEET? That's the question that usually defines our morning choices. Do you go for eggs or do you go for pancakes? But here's a better question: Why limit yourself? As someone (OK, everyone) famously says, breakfast is the most important meal of the day. So go for both. And while you're at it, try something different. Here's a nice batch of great day-starters for every taste, from gooey caramel rolls and really good coffee to bacon-laden plates and eye-popping bloody marys. Now all you have to do is gather your friends and family and decide which place you'll choose for breaking the fast.
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Not many people order Adam and Eve on a Raft these days when they want eggs and toast, but there are still pockets of greasy griddle-top cooking that bring you back to simpler days and simpler eggs.
Morning cocktail anyone? From bloody marys to coffees, these drinks will give you a mighty wake-up call. Sip on these ten critics' picks.
A complete dish in your hands, the egg is the perfect food, especially when joined by some melty cheese, perhaps a little salty breakfast meat, and a bit of cheffy bravado.
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