If you are from the Midwest, you understand that breakfast is serious business. By nature, it is a hearty endeavor — designed to be satisfyingly filling and prepare its consumer, forkful by loaded forkful, for an array of seasonal servitudes. There are gardens to be planted in the spring, sprawling lawns to tend to in the summer, leaves to rake in the fall, and, of course, snow to be shoveled from driveways, sidewalks, and front porches in the winter. Washed down with a good strong cup of coffee, the first meal of the day, at least in the Midwest, is... More >>>