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Old 03-13-2005, 01:58 PM   #351
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Thanks Thier! Why YES..... I HAVE been working out! :)

I have to goto my cousins wake today so I wont be around. Infact I have get going now. So we need lots of help in the Cafe today! ;)
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Old 03-13-2005, 02:31 PM   #352
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Hi DS. Went down the street to our competitor for coffee. Feel more civalized now. Wondering if patrons had ideas for Sunday brunch menues. What da ya say?
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Old 03-13-2005, 02:44 PM   #353
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Here are some ideas for brunch:

All you can eat of Dungeness crab, peel-it-yourself shrimp, hand-carved roasts, pasta bar, oyster bar, waffles, flapjacks, omelet stations churning out eggs with every filler under the sun, scores of pastries, breads, and fruits, and more bacon and sausage than you can shake a stick at.

More - Muffins and Scones. Italian sausage and smoked bacon. Hand-carved ham and roast beef. Eggs Benedict. Peel-and-eat prawns. Fresh local Dungeness Crab. Salmon and fresh seafood dishes. Sweet seasonal fruits. Unique, flavorful salads. Made-to-order pastas, crepes and omelettes. Fresh oysters shucked just for you. Apple dumplings, Homemade mousse, cakes and pies galore. You can reload your plate as many times as you like. Please call the restaurant for pricing and reservations.
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Old 03-13-2005, 03:03 PM   #354
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Morning handsome! What do you want me to handle? I can pour coffee all around (Kona anyone?) while you do the kitchen stuff.
I will have the Kona, Alix...:p
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Old 03-13-2005, 03:11 PM   #355
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I can fill in for about 45 minutes. Anyone need anything?
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Old 03-13-2005, 03:18 PM   #356
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I rock with baking. I'll get a few loaves of bread rising for the lunch rush, and get going on the cookies, cakes and other nummies. There are croissants made fresh from yesterday on the back counter, I'm having one of those with some raspberry jam and some cream cheese. Mmmmmmm.


Refills on the coffee crewsk? GB, middie?
I will, alix, and also one of the croissants and the raspberry jam and cream cheese. May I have mine toasted, please?????
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Here ya go norgeskog! 1 toasted croissant with raspberry jam & cream cheese. Can I get you anything else?
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I've got a wedding rehearsal, but I'll be back for the dinner rush. :)
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Here ya go norgeskog! 1 toasted croissant with raspberry jam & cream cheese. Can I get you anything else?
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Which is best here, mimosa or bloody mary?
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They're both great! How about 1 of each?
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