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Weekend Brunch - Pat and Val

When we thought about launching Weekend Brunch we imagined we would be living the high-life, the way we think that Edible Reading does when they walk in to a restaurant with clipboard, attitude and scorecard in tow. 496 more words

Weekend Brunch

A big fat English Breakfast !

So, this Friday, some very close friends came over for a sleep over :)

She reached my office at around 10 pm and then we headed back home picking some yummy Biryani on the way for dinner which was YUMMY ( Biryani is a mixed rice dish with chicken and Indian herbs and spices) 66 more words

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Weekend Brunch - lets get started

Welcome to a new series on RDGNOW that will look at what Reading has to offer when it comes to brunch.

But before we get stuck in to carrying out our all important research, lets just clarify the rules of brunch: 112 more words

Weekend Brunch

Overnight French Toast Casserole

Hey  you guys!  Hope December is still going well!

As you can see if you’ve been following along, I’m on a bit of an overnight kick; things that you can make ahead and then roll out of bed and enjoy.  385 more words

Comfort Food

Dimes Is Where To Brunch (And Everything Else)

Located in random part of Chinatown, Dimes has a seriously healthy menu that somehow retains style without all the typical tree hugger overtones. Carob, quinoa, açaí, bee pollen, lavender, goji-berry and cashew cream are just a few of the ingredients keeping this micro-restaurant packed with vegans and vegan-lovers. 11 more words

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Kale Salad

I know, I know everyone is getting tired of being bombarded by kale, but it is so good for you, filled with vitamins and minerals, inexpensive, and versatile that I just have to add my voice.  397 more words

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Brooklyn Bells Will Ring

If you manage to wake up early on Saturday, head over to the Brooklyn Museum where David Horvitz’s 47 bells will ring at 11:42 am. His bells were melted down from a single 18th century French church bell and when they ring throughout the museum, you’ll reflect not only on time and your hangover, but where to grab brunch ahead of the crowd.

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